Pronounced: VOE-tihv, adj
Notes: I’ve heard this word, but I didn’t know the meaning
The word satori is “sudden enlightenment or intuitive understanding”
Our word came into English in the mid-1700s
Background / Comments
When I first saw this word, I thought of the word sartorial, and thought it was related. It isn’t; our word came from the Japanese word satori (understanding), which came from satoru (to know or understand).