-morphous

-morphous
adjective combining form Etymology: Greek -morphos, from morphē having (such) a form <
isomorphous
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  • -morphous — mor phous [Gr. morfh form.] A combining form denoting form, shape; as, isomorphous. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -morphous — [môr′fəs] [Gr morphos < morphē, form] combining form MORPHIC …   English World dictionary

  • -morphous — a combining form with the meaning having the shape, form, or structure of the kind or number specified by the initial element, used in the formation of compound words: polymorphous. Also, morphic. Cf. morpho . [repr. Gk morphos, adj. deriv. of… …   Universalium

  • -morphous — suffix denoting form or structure (of a specified kind) …   Medical dictionary

  • -morphous — mor·phous …   English syllables

  • -morphous — combining form denoting form or structure (of a specified kind) …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • -morphous — or morphic aff. a combining form with the meaning “having the shape, form, or structure” of the kind or number specified by the initial element: polymorphous[/ex] • Etymology: < Gk morphos, adj. der. of morphḗ form …   From formal English to slang

  • -morphous — a word element forming an adjective termination corresponding to morph, as in amorphous. {Greek morphos, from morphē form} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • morphous —   a. having definite form …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • -morphous — |mȯrfəs, |mȯ(ə)f adjective combining form Etymology: Greek morphos, from morphē form more at form : having (such) a form isomorphous * * * a combining form with the meaning having the shape, form, or structure of the kind or number specified by …   Useful english dictionary

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