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Tag: Grapheme–color synesthesia

A neurological condition where someone will involuntarily experience or feel colours when thinking about letters, numbers, or words.  For example, someone might see or think of the colour green when they see the number four or the letter B.  It is a harmless condition present in around one percent of the population.