In English speaking cultures, we have the 5 traditional senses (sight, sound, taste, touch and smell), but I'm wondering if other cultures have only one word for two of those things, ie taste being considered the same as touch. Or if there are words in other languages describing senses we don't have words for in English.
The fivefold division seems to be old, widespread and established, but not universal. See Aulus Gellius, Attic Nights, 2nd century CE:
Ex quinque his sensibus quos animantibus natura tribuit, visu, auditu, gustu, tactu, odoratu.
Five senses Nature has given to living beings, sight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell
But then compare the pseudepigraphical book 2 Enoch 30:11 c. 1st Century CE (probably originally in Greek):
And I gave him seven natures: to the flesh hearing, the eyes for sight, to the soul smell, the veins for touch, the blood for taste, the bones for endurance, to the intelligence sweetness [enjoyment].
Which includes the traditional 5 plus a couple more.