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The soma juice, capitalized usually when mentioned in personified, deified form
A female given name used in India
The whole axial portion of an animal, including the head, neck, trunk, and tail
A ritual drink in ancient Vedic and Persian cultures, dating to common Indo-Iranian period

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.

any kind of intoxicating drug
The bulbous part of a neuron, containing the cell nucleus
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A SOMA (simple orthogonal multi-array) with parameters (n,k) is a semi-Latin square with these parameters having the further property that the sets of entries in different cells of the array have at most one symbol in common
( from Sanskrit, su, 'to press') 1 Intoxicating or hallucinogenic juice or substance, offered in hunduism by the brahmans and other participants in sacrificial rituals Because of its power, it was regarded as 'the food of immortality', i e , of resisting death, amrita The power of soma is manifested in the *Vedas in the god Soma, who is associated with *Agni; all 114 hymns of Rig Veda 9 are addressed to Soma 2 Hindu Moon god who protects herbs and rides in a chariot drawn by white horses or antelopes the moon is the cup of soma
cell body; the part of the neuron that contains the cell's nucleus and cytoplasm
Body; the body of a neuron
The mortal cell lines in a body See germ plasm
In ancient Indian religion, an unidentified plant, the juice of which was an offering of the Vedic sacrifices. Its stalks were pressed, and its juice, filtered through wool, was mixed with water and milk. After being offered as a libation to the gods, the remainder of the soma was consumed by the priests and the sacrificer. It was highly valued for its exhilarating, probably hallucinogenic, effect. The plant was believed to have been delivered to the earth from heaven by an eagle. The personified deity Soma was the master of plants, healer of disease, and bestower of riches. See also Vedic religion
The cell body of a cell, where the nucleus is located
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The cell body of an axon
{i} (Biology) body of an organism (excluding reproductive cells)
See, Amrita
personification of a sacred intoxicating drink used in Vedic ritual
personification of a sacred intoxicating drink used in Vedic ritual leafless East Indian vine; its sour milky juice formerly used to make an intoxicating drink
leafless East Indian vine; its sour milky juice formerly used to make an intoxicating drink
alternative names for the body of a human being; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
A ritual drink in ancient Vedic and Persian cultures
A creeper whose juice was used in Vedic sacrifices; also (with capital s) an epithet of the moon
Another name for the neuron's main cellular space, containing the cytoplasm that surrounds the nucleus and extends into the dendrites and axons
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soma, the whole of any organism except its germ cells
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    /ˈsōmə/ /ˈsoʊmə/

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    [ 'sO-m& ] (noun.) 1827. From New Latin from Ancient Greek σῶμα (sōma, “body”).

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