Soma may refer to:
In pharmacology, biology and therapy
* A trade name for
carisoprodol, a muscle relaxant drug
Soma (biology), the cell body of a neuron
Somatherapy(also Soma or SOMA) a Brazilian anarchist therapy
Soma(Sanskrit), or Haoma(Avestan), is a plant, ritual, intoxicating drink and divinity among Vedic and Persian cultures
Sōma, Aomori, Japan
Sōma, Fukushima, a city in Japan
Sōma District, Fukushima, Japan
Soma, Gambia, a city in West Africa
Soma, Manisa, a city in Turkey
South of Market, San Francisco, California
South Main, a neighbourhood in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
South Omaha, Nebraska, in the USA
In music and popular culture
* Soma, a fictional hallucinogenic drug in Aldous Huxley's 1932 novel, "
Brave New World"
SomaFM, listener-supported, commercial-free Internet radio
Soma Quality Recordings, a record label co-founded by the duo "Slam"
Soma (Smashing Pumpkins song), song from the 1993 album "Siamese Dream"
Soma (The Strokes), a song from The Strokes' 2001 album "Is This It"
Soma (band), an instrumental, electronic/organic project featuring David Thrusselland Pieter Bourke
Soma (studio), a recording studio located in Chicago, USA
Soma (album), a 1992 album by Steve Roach and Robert Rich
Soma (producer), a Hip-Hop producer from Barcelona, Spain
Soma Holiday (album), an album "Greenwheel"
* Ryu Soma in "
Soma cube, a puzzle invented by Piet Hein
Soma playeror Soma project, an internet radio tool for DJs
Soma Cruz, a character in the Castlevania video-gameseries
Soma San Diego, a San Diego, California concert venue
Stephen O'Malley, an experimental musician and graphic designer also known by the pseudonym SOMA
Kukai Soma, a fictional character from the manga series " Shugo Chara!" by Peach-Pit
Soma Peries, a fictional character from the anime " Mobile Suit Gundam 00"
* Service-Oriented Modelling and Architecture, a term coined by IBM (see
Service-oriented analysis and design)
Service-Oriented ModelingFramework, a term coined by Michael Bell
* System Open Market Account. See
Federal Open Market Committee
* , charity in Anglican Communion world-wide
* "Soma" (σωμα) is also the Greek word for "body" (see
somatic), and may be used to describe a "corpus" (figure of the body of Jesus on the cross)
* Soma, the second strain of Stigma from
* Student Osteopathic Medical Association [http://www.studentdo.com/]
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