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multiform

adjective mul·ti·form \ˈməl-ti-ˌfrm\

Definition of MULTIFORM

:  having many forms or appearances
mul·ti·for·mi·ty \ˌməl-ti-ˈfr-mə-tē\ noun

Origin of MULTIFORM

French multiforme, from Latin multiformis, from multi- + -formis -form
First Known Use: 1603

multiform

adjective mul·ti·form \ˈməl-ti-ˌfrm\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MULTIFORM

:  having or occurring in many forms
mul·ti·for·mi·ty \ˌməl-ti-ˈfr-mət-ē\ noun, plural mul·ti·for·mi·ties

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