See also: Soma, SoMa, somă, søma, and somā

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EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From New Latin, from Ancient Greek σῶμα ‎(sôma, body).

NounEdit

soma ‎(plural somas or somata)

  1. (anatomy) The whole axial portion of an animal, including the head, neck, trunk, and tail.
  2. (cytology) The bulbous part of a neuron, containing the cell nucleus.
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Etymology 2Edit

From Sanskrit सोम ‎(sóma).

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NounEdit

soma ‎(uncountable)

  1. A ritual drink in ancient Vedic and continuing Hindu culture, obtained by pressing the Soma plant.
    • 2006, Karen Armstrong, The Great Transformation, Atlantic Books 2007, p. 82:
      Once he had drunk the intoxicating soma, he experienced an ascent to the gods without having to die a violent death, as in the old ritual.
  2. (by extension) any kind of intoxicating drug
SynonymsEdit
  • Soma (alternative capitalization)

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FinnishEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

soma ‎(comparative somempi, superlative somin)

  1. pretty
  2. cute, sweet

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of soma (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative soma somat
genitive soman somien
partitive somaa somia
illative somaan somiin
singular plural
nominative soma somat
accusative nom. soma somat
gen. soman
genitive soman somien
somainrare
partitive somaa somia
inessive somassa somissa
elative somasta somista
illative somaan somiin
adessive somalla somilla
ablative somalta somilta
allative somalle somille
essive somana somina
translative somaksi somiksi
instructive somin
abessive somatta somitta
comitative somine

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ItalianEdit

NounEdit

soma f ‎(plural some)

  1. the load borne by a pack animal
  2. the measure of the capacity of a given animal to bear a load
  3. (poetic) a weight

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NounEdit

soma m ‎(plural somi)

  1. (medicine) soma

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LatvianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Ceļasoma
Mugursoma

A borrowing from Old East Slavic сума ‎(suma) (compare Russian сума́ ‎(sumá)), itself borrowed (via Polish) from Old High German soum ‎(burden) (compare German Saum), from Ancient Greek σάγμα ‎(ságma) (whence also Latin sagma, sauma ‎(burden saddle, burden)). The borrowing happened in the 13th century, when Old East Slavic у was still pronounced as [oː]. The word soma is first attested in 17th-century dictionaries with meanings such as “bread sack”, “bag”, “travel bag”.[1]

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NounEdit

soma f (4th declension)

  1. bag, pack (fabric, leather, etc. object with straps or handles, used for carrying small objects, groceries, etc.)
    pasta soma — mail bag
    medību soma — (hunting) game bag
    skolas soma — satchel, school bag
    iepirkumu soma — shopping bag
    ceļa soma, ceļasoma — suitcase (lit. travelling bag)
    rokas soma, rokassoma — purse (lit. hand bag)
    mugursoma — backpack, knapsack, rucksack
  2. (biology, anatomy) pouch (skin fold in marsupials to keep a newborn baby)
    ķengura soma — kangaroo pouch
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Etymology 2Edit

See soms.

NounEdit

soma m

  1. genitive singular form of soms

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Karulis, Konstantīns (1992), “soma”, in Latviešu Etimoloģijas Vārdnīca (in Latvian), Rīga: AVOTS, ISBN 9984-700-12-7

PortugueseEdit

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soma (1)

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin summa.

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NounEdit

soma f (plural somas)

  1. (arithmetic) sum (quantity obtained by addition or aggregation)
  2. sum (quantity of money)

Etymology 2Edit

From New Latin, from Ancient Greek σῶμα ‎(sôma, body).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

soma m (plural somas)

  1. (anatomy, cytology) soma
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Etymology 3Edit

From Sanskrit सोम ‎(sóma), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *sauma, from Proto-Indo-European *sew(h)-.

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NounEdit

soma m (plural somas)

  1. (religion) soma

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VerbEdit

soma

  1. third-person singular (ele and ela, also used with você and others) present indicative of somar
  2. second-person singular (tu, sometimes used with você) affirmative imperative of somar

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French sommer.

VerbEdit

a soma ‎(third-person singular present somează, past participle somat1st conj.

  1. to summon

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Rwanda-RundiEdit

VerbEdit

soma

  1. to read

SwahiliEdit

EtymologyEdit

Of Bantu origin.

VerbEdit

-soma ‎(infinitive kusoma)

  1. to read

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soma
conditional someka
passive somwa
causative somasha
prepositional somea
passive causative someshwa

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NounEdit

soma

  1. dative singular of som
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