Etymology
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somatic (adj.)

"pertaining to the body" (as distinct from the soul, spirit, or mind), 1775, from French somatique and directly from Latinized form of Greek sōmatikos "of the body," from sōma (genitive sōmatos) "the body" (see somato-).

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Definitions of somatic

somatic (adj.)
affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit;
a somatic symptom or somatic illness
Synonyms: bodily / corporal / corporeal
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