adjective equi·form \ˈēkwəˌfȯrm, ˈek-\
variants: or


Definition of equiform

  1. :  like in shape or function :  uniform equiform crystals equiform phonemes those plants that radiate from the same center have progressive equiformal areas of different size — S. A. Cain


noun, plural


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Origin and Etymology of equiform

equiform, from Late Latin aequiformis, from Latin aequi- equi- + -formis -form; equiformal from Late Latin aequiformis + English -al

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