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dimorphous

or di·mor·phic

[ dahy-mawr-fuhs ]
/ daɪˈmɔr fəs /
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adjective

having two forms.

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Origin of dimorphous

From the Greek word dímorphos, dating back to 1825–35. See dimorph, -ous
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