noun, plural mor·phos.
Definition for morpho (2 of 2)
Origin of morpho-
Examples from the Web for morpho
In the broad alleys of the forest, several species of Morpho were common.
The largest specimens of Morpho Cisseis measure seven inches and a half in expanse.
Helicons came, and once a morpho, the latter a great rarity away from the interior of the woods.The Sea and the Jungle|H. M. Tomlinson
British Dictionary definitions for morpho
before a vowel morph-
Word Origin for morpho-
Word Origin and History for morpho
before vowels morph-, word-forming element meaning "form, shape," from comb. form of Greek morphe "form, shape; beauty, outward appearance" (see Morpheus).