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chromesthesia, chromaesthesia (s) (noun); chromesthesias; chromaesthesias (pl)
An abnormal condition when a normal separation between the senses appears to have broken down and a non-visual perception of colors are produced by the sensation of hearing, such as hearing that causes a person to perceive or to experience color sensations: One example of color hearing that is a form of chromesthesia is when someone hears musical tones that seem to produce colors. For example, when Mary hears high musical octaves, they indicate lighter color values, while lower octaves evoke darker colors, and rapid major-tone sequences produce fast flashes of colors as if fireworks were exploding.