having many different shapes, forms, or kinds.
Origin of multiform
Related formsmul·ti·for·mi·ty [muhl-tuh-fawr-mi-tee] /ˌmʌl təˈfɔr mɪ ti/, noun
From the Latin
dating back to 1595–1605.
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Derived Formsmultiformity (ˌmʌltɪˈfɔːmɪtɪ), noun
having many forms or kinds
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Word Origin and History for multiformity
1580s, from Late Latin multiformitas, from multiformis; see multi- + form (n.).
also multi-form, c.1600, from French multiforme or Latin multiformis "many-shaped, manifold," from multus "much, many" (see multi-) + forma "shape" (see form (n.)).
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Related formsmul′ti•for′mi•ty (-fôr′mĭ-tē) n.
Occurring in or having many forms or shapes; polymorphic.
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