social-, socia-, soci-, socio- +

(Latin: companion, partner, ally, comrade; interpersonal relationships, living with others, allied, associated; characterized by friendliness or geniality)

sociacusis, socioacusis (s) (noun); sociacuses, socioacuses (pl)
Hearing loss induced by exposure to loud noise encountered in everyday life, apart from occupational noise: "Sociacusis among rock concert devotees is often suspected of being the result of the prolonged exposure to the loud music and, sometimes, overly loud sounds in movie theaters is another form of sociacuses."
1. Relating to human society and how it is organized.
2. Relating to the way in which people in groups behave and interact.
3. Living or preferring to live as part of a community or colony rather than alone; such as, social insects including ants.
4. Allowing people to meet and to interact with others in a friendly way; for example, a social club.
5. Relating to human welfare and the organized welfare services that a community provides in its social services. 6. Relating to or considered appropriate to a rank in society, especially the upper classes.
7. Tending to seek out the company of others.
8. A description of plants that grow in clumps or masses.
social security
A system of legislative, or government, provisions aimed at giving assistance to individuals and families when confronted with certain contingencies or needs.

The provisions vary from country to country, but may include unemployment and sickness benefits, family allowances, maternity allowances, retirement income, etc.

Social Security check
Month-to-month resuscitation.
1. A political theory advocating state ownership of industry.
2. An economic system based on state ownership of capital.
3. A political movement based on principles of socialism, typically advocating an end to private property and to the "exploitation of workers".
1. Someone who believes in or supports socialism or a socialist party.
2. An advocate of socialism or someone who is a member of a socialist party.
1. Advocating or following socialist principles.
2. Relating to, promoting, or practicing socialism.
1. Characterized by being in accordance with socialism.
2. A reference to the advocation or support of socialism.
1. The process by which society integrates the individual, and the individual learns to behave in socially acceptable ways.
2. A continuing process whereby an individual acquires a personal identity and learns the norms, values, behavior, and social skills appropriate to his or her social position.
3. The act of establishing on a socialist basis; such as, the socialization of medical services or industry.
1. To take part in social activities, or behave in a friendly way to others.
2. To give someone the skills required for functioning successfully in society or in a particular society.
3. To place under public, or government, control according to the theories of socialism.
1. With respect to society; such as, socially accepted norms.
2. In a social manner; in friendly companionship with others.
1. The quality or state of being social.
2. Characterized by friendly companionship or relations.
1. The sum of social relationships among groups of humans or animals.
2. A structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality.
3. The customs of a community and the way it is organized; such as, its class structure.
4. A particular section of a community that is distinguished by particular qualities.
5. The prominent or fashionable people in a community, or their social life styles.
6. The status of being with other people; such as, co-workers or those who have common interests.
7. An organized group of people who share special interests, aims, or professions.
8. A group of organisms of the same species held together by mutual dependence and showing a division of labor.
A specialist in sociobiology or someone who studies the biological and genetic basis of social organization and social behavior and their evolution in animals.
The study of the biological and genetic basis of social organization and social behavior and their evolution in animals, a field of study that has caused controversy when applied to human social behavior and organization.