Etymology
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dimorphous (adj.)

"existing in two forms" (especially of crystals), 1801, from Greek dimorphos "of two forms," from di- (see di- (1)) + morphē "form, shape," a word of uncertain etymology.

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Definitions of dimorphous

dimorphous (adj.)
occurring or existing in two different forms;
dimorphous organisms
Synonyms: dimorphic
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Dictionary entries near dimorphous

diminutive

dimity

dimmer

dimmish

dimorphism

dimorphous

dimple

dimwit

din

Dinah

dinar