The Fifth Spatial Dimension

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In some highly exotic circumstances, it may become possible to perceive a fifth spatial dimension beyond even the three normally known (length, width, and height) and the fourth (spissitude). The terms used for this dimension are as follows. The word used for its extent is "spassitude"; a five-dimensional object has length, width, height, spissitude, and spassitude. The adjective for an object's spassitude is "spass"; a five-dimensional metabox might be two dimins long, four dimins wide, one dimin high, two dimins spiss, and three dimins spass. The directional terms for spassitude corresponding to "north" and "south" in latitude, "east" and "west" in longitude and "ana" and "kata" in spissitude are "hodge" and "podge", which casts a certain degree of suspicion in the matter of divine interference in the history of inquiry into this topic.

The trait of ultraspatiality is generally required for one to perceive or interact with the fifth spatial dimension.

See also: hyperspatiality, the fourth spatial dimension

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