Meaning of MORPH in English

I. noun Etymology: back-formation from ~eme Date: 1947 1. allo~ , a distinctive collocation of phones (as a portmanteau form) that serves as the realization of more than one ~eme in a context (as the French du for the sequence of de and le ), 2. a local population of a species that consists of interbreeding organisms and is distinguishable from other populations by ~ology or behavior though capable of interbreeding with them, a phenotypic variant of a species, II. verb Etymology: short for meta~ose Date: 1985 intransitive verb to undergo transformation, transitive verb to change the form or character of ; transform , III. abbreviation ~ology

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