Definitions for morphmɔrf
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word morph
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a sequence of sounds or letters constituting the physical realization of a morpheme in a specific context.
Biol. an individual of one particular form, as a worker ant, in a species that occurs in two or more forms. a locally distinct population of a polymorphic species.
Category: Developmental Biology, Biology
(v.t.)to transform (an image) by computer.
(v.i.)to be transformed:
morphing from a tough negotiator to Mr. Friendly.
Category: Common Vocabulary
Origin of morph:
1945–50; back formation from morpheme , or independent use of -morph
Ref: var. of morpho- before a vowel:
a combining form meaning “form, structure,” of the kind specified by the initial element:
Origin of -morph:
< Gk -morphos; see -morphous
cause to change shape in a computer animation
"The computer programmer morphed the image"
change shape as via computer animation
"In the video, Michael Jackson morphed into a panther"
A physical form representing some morpheme in language. It is a recurrent distinctive sound or sequence sounds.
An allomorph: one of a set of realizations that a morpheme can have in different contexts.
Local variety of a species, distinguishable from other populations of the species by morphology or behaviour.
A computer-generated gradual change from one image to another.
To change shape, from one form to another, through computer animation.
To undergo dramatic change in a seamless and barely noticeable fashion.
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