Our sense of "touch" is multiple senses: pressure, friction, heat, cold. We also have a kinesthetic sense that allows you to accurately touch your knee in the dark--even touch your knee with your elbow in the dark. We have a sense of balance, using the fluid in our semicircular canals--this is also used to sense that we are falling. We have a sense of hunger, a sense of thirst and a sense of insufficient oxygen. Most of what we call "taste" is actually smell; the only "flavors" we sense with our taste buds are sweet, sour, salt, bitter and savory. This is why food tastes bland if your nose is stopped up. I'm pretty sure there are a couple more that I'm not remembering.