Definition of Somatology

1. n. The doctrine or the science of the general properties of material substances; somatics.



2. n. The science which treats of anatomy and physiology, apart from psychology.

Definition of Somatology

1. Noun. The study of the physical nature of man. ¹

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Definition of Somatology

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Medical Definition of Somatology

1. 1. The dictrine or the science of the general properties of material substances; somatics. 2. A treatise on the human body; anatomy. Origin: Gr, body. (04 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Somatology

somatochrome
somatocrinin
somatocyst
somatocysts
somatodendritic
somatoform
somatoform disorder
somatoform disorders
somatoform pain
somatogamy
somatogenetic
somatogenic
somatoliberin
somatological
somatologies
somatology (current term)
somatomammotropin
somatome
somatomedin
somatomedins
somatometric
somatometry
somatomotor
somatopagus
somatopathic
somatopathy
somatophrenia
somatophylakes
somatophylax
somatoplasm

Literary usage of Somatology

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1. Elements of Logic: Together with an Introductory View of Philosophy in by Henry Philip Tappan (1856)
"somatology * holds a relation to Dynamics similar to that which the Morale, Esthetics, and Logic hold to Psychology ; it comprises the necessary laws which ..."

2. The American Indian: An Introduction to the Anthropology of the New World by Clark Wissler (1922)
"GENERAL RELATIONS OF CULTURE, LINGUISTICS, AND somatology If now we take a comprehensive view of anthropology as a whole, we see no reason for revising the ..."

3. Archeological Explorations in Northeastern Arizona by Alfred Vincent Kidder, Samuel James Guernsey (1919)
"somatology The question of whether the Basket Maker culture was or was not parent to that of the Cliff-dwellings would be simplified if we knew something of ..."

4. The American Indian: An Introduction to the Anthropology of the New World by Clark Wissler, Bella Weitzner (1922)
"GENERAL RELATIONS OF CULTURE, LINGUISTICS, AND somatology If now we take a comprehensive view of anthropology as a whole, we see no reason for revising the ..."

5. The Philosophical Grammar: Being a View of the Present State of Experimented by Benjamin Martin (1735)
"A. What is. implied in the Original of the Word somatology ? B. The very fame Thing ; for it is com- ..."

6. Elements of Natural Philosophy: Including Mechanics and Hydrostatics by John Leslie (1829)
"somatology * Comprehends our knowledge of Bodies, or External Substances. The properties of body are detected by the senses —either from immediate ..."

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