-so·​mus | \ ˈsōməs\
plural -somi\ -​ˌmī \ or -somuses

Definition of -somus

: one having (such) a body or (so many) bodies disomus nanosomus

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History and Etymology for -somus

New Latin, from Greek sōma body

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so much as

so much for

so much so (that)

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son

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sonable

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