They have all kinds of somatic pains, body pains that come and go.
And 44 years down the line I still get that… I still get that very strange, bodily, somatic thing.
It is as physiological as any other somatic change in the puerperium.
An attempt was made to determine the somatic number of chromosomes.
In the appendage-bearing segments the somatic layer is continued up into the appendages.
The somatic or historical sense is in every case the first that must be ascertained.
Few of them bore the somatic signs of intimacy with Mr. Barleycorn.
Just as important as these phenomena are the somatic results of psychic irritation.
These are the products of the somatic cells; the disease lies deeper in their germinal constitution.
From the somatic layer are formed A considerable part of the voluntary muscular system of the body.
"pertaining to the body" (as distinct from the soul, spirit, or mind), 1775, from French somatique and directly from Greek somatikos "of the body," from soma (genitive somatos) "the body" (see somato-).
somatic so·mat·ic (sō-māt'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or affecting the body, especially as distinguished from a body part, the mind, or the environment; corporeal or physical.
Of or relating to the wall of the body cavity, especially as distinguished from the head, limbs, or viscera.
Relating to the vegetative, as distinguished from the generative, functions.
Of or relating to a somatic cell or the somatoplasm.
Relating to the body. ◇ The cells of the body with the exception of the reproductive cells (gametes) are known as somatic cells. See Note at mitosis.