Meaning of MORPHO in English

ˈmȯr(ˌ)fō noun

Etymology: New Latin, from Greek Morphō (epithet of Aphrodite in Sparta)

1. capitalized : a genus (the type of the family Morphoidae) of large showy tropical American butterflies noted for the very brilliant bright blue metallic luster of the upper surface of the wings of some forms

2. -s : any butterfly of the genus Morpho

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