MEANING: noun: Sudden enlightenment or intuitive understanding.

ETYMOLOGY: From Japanese satori (understanding), from satoru (to know or understand). Earliest documented use: 1727.

LSATORI - that moment when you realize you really don't want to go to Law School

SARTORI - sudden acquisition of a sense of fashion

SAVORI - the fifth flavor, after sweet, sour, bitter, and salty (see UMAMI) (no, really!)