Origin: The word MORPH originated from the Greek word MORPHE which means Form or Shape.
The words derived from this possess the above meaning.
Allomorph = Any of two or more actual representations of a morpheme.
Amorphous = Without a clearly defined shape or form.
Apomorphy = A specialized trait or character that is unique to a group or species.
Dimorphic = Occurring in or representing two distinct forms.
Dysmorphia = A condition in which someone falsely believes that there is something seriously wrong.
Ectomorph = A person with a lean and delicate build of body.
Endomorph = A person with a soft round build of body and a high proportion of fat tissue.
Geomorphology = The study of the physical features of the surface of the earth and their relation to its geological structures.
Isomorphic = Corresponding or similar in form and relations.
Mesomorph = A person whose build is compact and muscular.
Metamorphic = Denoting or relating to rock that has undergone transformation by heat, pressure, or other natural agencies.
Monomorphic = Having or existing in only one form.
Morpheme = A meaningful morphological unit of a language that cannot be further divided.
Morpheus = God of dreams.
Morphine = An analgesic and narcotic drug obtained from opium and used medicinally to relieve pain.
Morphology = The study of the forms of things, in particular.
Perimorph = A crystal of one mineral enclosing that of another mineral.
Polymorhism = The condition of occurring in several different forms.
Pseudomorph = A crystal consisting of one mineral but having the form of another.
Trimorphic = Occurring in or having three distinct forms.
Zoomorph = Of or relating to a deity or other being conceived of as having the form of an animal.