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The Latin word corpus , meaning “body,” and its form corporis give us the root corp or corpor . Words from the Latin corpus have something to do with the body. Corpor al is an adjective describing something that has to do with a person's or animal's body. A corpor al is a military officer who leads a body of soldiers. A corpor ation is a body, or group, of people who run a company. A corp se is a dead body.

A cadaver , also called corpse (singular) in medical, literary, and legal usage, or when intended for dissection, is a deceased body . [1] The obsolete British term lich for corpse , sometimes spelled lych , is no longer even listed in major British dictionaries such as Longman, Macmillan, Cambridge, or Oxford Online Dictionaries . However, the term lich has been revived in modern fantasy fiction for a type of "undead" creature.