vasiform

adjective vasi·form \ˈvāzəˌfȯrm, ˈvāsə-, ˈvasə-, ˈvazə-\

Definition of vasiform

  1. 1 :  having the form of a hollow tube :  resembling or consisting of a duct

  2. 2 :  having the form of a vase porcelain vasiform lamp, with shade — Parke-Bernet Galleries Catalog

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Origin and Etymology of vasiform

New Latin vasiformis, from Latin vas + -iformis -iform — more at vase


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