Origin of theriomorphic
Related formsthe·ri·o·morph, noun
Examples from the Web for theriomorphic
The zoo-morphic or theriomorphic mythologies and creeds are nowhere more vivacious than in America.
It is not to be expected that many, if any, remains of a theriomorphic character should cling to a goddess so abstract as Aditi.
The Algonkins, however, thought otherwise, and the myth itself suggests a theriomorphic earth-maker.