cordiform

[ kawr-duh-fawrm ]
/ ˈkɔr dəˌfɔrm /

adjective

being in the shape of a heart; heart-shaped.

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Origin of cordiform

1820–30; < Latin cordi- (stem of cor) heart + -form

OTHER WORDS FROM cordiform

sub·cor·di·form, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for cordiform

cordiform
/ (ˈkɔːdɪˌfɔːm) /

adjective

heart-shaped

Word Origin for cordiform

C19: from Latin cor heart
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Medical definitions for cordiform

cordiform
[ kôrdə-fôrm′ ]

adj.

Heart-shaped.
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