Soma

Soma (Sanskrit: सोम sóma), or Haoma (Avestan), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *sauma-, was a Vedic ritual drink of importance among the early Indo-Iranians, and the subsequent Vedic and greater Persian cultures. It is frequently mentioned in the Rigveda, whose Soma Mandala contains 114 hymns, many praising its energizing qualities. In the Avesta, ...
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Soma

• (n.) The whole axial portion of an animal, including the head, neck, trunk, and tail.
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soma

(so´mә) the body as distinguished from the mind. the body tissue as distinguished from the germ cells. the cell body. adj., so´mal, somat´ic., adj.
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soma

haoma noun leafless East Indian vine; its sour milky juice formerly used to make an intoxicating drink
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SOMA

[architects] SOMA is a New York based firm of architects founded in 2004, with a portfolio and expertise in refurbishment and sustainability. In 2009, SOMA opened another office all the way in Beirut, Lebanon, where the principal and founder Michel Abboud, originates from. SOMA’s work, mainly in New York, Dubai, Qatar, Erbil, and Lebanon,...
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Soma

[cannabis grower] Soma (Sanskrit सोम sóma, derives from the ancient Veda, born on 22 August 1949) is an American cannabis grower and breeder, medicinal cannabis patient, activist, Cannabis seed company owner and the writer of the book `Organic Marijuana Soma style` . Soma became internationally known as a `Ganja Guru` after developin...
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Soma

[studio] Soma Electronic Music Studios is a recording studio owned and operated by John McEntire in Chicago, Illinois. Artists who have recorded there include: Bundy K. Brown, Brokeback, Broken Social Scene, Chicago Underground, Bobby Conn, David Grubbs, Isotope 217, Rob Mazurek, Nobukazu Takemura, Jim O`Rourke, Pivot, Radian, Phil Ranelin,...
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Soma

So'ma (sō'mȧ) noun [ New Latin , from Greek sw^ma , sw`matos , the body.] (Anat.) The whole axial portion of an animal, including the head, neck, trunk, and tail. B. G. Wilder.
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Soma

Cell body/nucleus that houses our genetic code.
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soma

Greek = the body.
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soma

in ancient Indian cult worship, an unidentified plant, the juice of which was a fundamental offering of the Vedic sacrifices. The stalks of the ... [12 related articles]
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soma

in biology, all the living matter of an animal or a plant except the reproductive, or germ, cells. The distinction between the soma and the germ ... [4 related articles]
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soma

Intoxicating drink made from the fermented sap of the Asclepias acida plant, used in Indian religious ritual as a sacrifice to the gods. Its consumption also constituted the central rite in...
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soma

Intoxicating drink made from the fermented sap of the Asclepias acida plant, used in Indian religious ritual as a sacrifice to the gods. Its consumption also constituted the central rite in Zoroastrian ritual, where it was known as haoma. Some have argued that the plant was in fact a hallucogenic mushroom
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Soma

One of the three important gods of the Vedic religion, about whom the ninth book of the Rig-Veda centers. This god is associated with the plant growing in northern India which was made into an intoxicating liquor. The effects of this drink became associated with supernatural powers. -- V.F.
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soma

soma (sō'mu) , psychotropic plant, the juice of which was sometimes drunk as part of the Vedic sacrifice (see Veda). Many hymns in the Rig-Veda are in praise of soma. In the late Vedic period substitutes for soma came to be used, and the original plant was lost. It has recently been identi...
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Soma

SOMA is a unique development of the holographic body reading technique. Holographic body reading rec
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SOMA

Student Osteopathic Medical Association
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Soma

The cell body of a neuron, containing the nucleus and cytoplasm.
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Soma

The neuron cell body. Contains the nucleus.
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soma

Type: Term Pronunciation: sō′mă Definitions: 1. The axial part of the body, head, neck, trunk, and tail, excluding the limbs. 2. All of an organism with the exception of the germ cells. 3. The body of a nerve cell, from which axons and dendrites project.
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Soma

[n] - leafless East Indian vine 2. [n] - personification of a sacred intoxicating drink used in Vedic ritual
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