Definition of henid in English:

henid

Pronunciation /ˈhɛnɪd/

noun

Philosophy
  • In the philosophy of Otto Weininger (1880–1903): a vague perception or sensation which has not yet developed into a conscious thought; a barely formed idea.

Origin

Early 20th century. From German Henide from ancient Greek ἕν (neuter) one + German -ide.