σῶμα

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σῶμα ‎(sôman ‎(genitive σώματος); third declension swma soma may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek σῶμα.

  1. body (both that of people and animals)
    1. (Epic and often in other early works) dead body
  2. One's life in the physical world
  3. That which is material (as opposed to spiritual)
  4. person
  5. An entire thing
  6. (mathematics) three-dimensional object

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