Somebody is an indefinite pronoun.

Used in a sentence: "I don't know who did it, but "somebody" ate my cheese sandwich."

It may refer to:

* "Somebody (Bryan Adams song)", a Bryan Adams song from his 1984 album "Reckless"
* "Somebody (Depeche Mode song)", a Depeche Mode song from their 1984 single "Blasphemous Rumours / Somebody"
* "Somebody (Reba McEntire song)", a Reba McEntire song from her 2003 album "Room to Breathe"
* ""Somebody" (album)", an album by Connie Dover

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  • somebody — (n.) c.1300, indeterminate person, from SOME (Cf. some) + BODY (Cf. body). Meaning important person is from 1560s. Somebody else is from 1640s; meaning romantic rival is from 1911 …   Etymology dictionary

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  • somebody — ► PRONOUN ▪ someone …   English terms dictionary

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