-form

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See also: form, Form, and form.

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin -fōrmis(having the form of), from fōrma(a form, contour, figure, shape, appearance, looks)

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-form

  1. Having the shape or form of; looking like.
    vermiform(shaped like a worm)
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Etymology 2[edit]

From formic, from Latin formica(ant)

Suffix[edit]

-form

  1. Related to formic acid in some way.
    chloroform
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