cordiform

adjective
cor·di·form | \ˈkȯr-də-ˌfȯrm \

Definition of cordiform 

: shaped like a heart a cordiform sea-urchin shell

First Known Use of cordiform

1828, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cordiform

borrowed from New Latin cordiformis, from Latin cord-, cor "heart" + -iformis -iform — more at heart entry 1

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cordiform

adjective
cor·di·form | \ˈkȯrd-ə-ˌfȯrm \

Medical Definition of cordiform 

: shaped like a heart a cordiform bothridium of a tapeworm

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