perimorph

[per-uh-mawrf]

Origin of perimorph

First recorded in 1880–85; peri- + -morph
Related formsper·i·mor·phic, per·i·mor·phous, adjectiveper·i·mor·phism, noun
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perimorph

noun
  1. a mineral that encloses another mineral of a different type
Derived Formsperimorphic or perimorphous, adjectiveperimorphism, noun
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