Triform
Triform Tri"form, a. [L. triformis; tri- (see {Tri-}) + forma form.] Having a triple form or character. ``This triform antagonism.'' --I. Taylor. [1913 Webster]

Goddess Triform, I own thy triple spell. --Lowell. [1913 Webster]


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  • triform — TRIFÓRM, Ă adj. cu trei părţi, forme sau corpuri. (< engl. triform) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • triform — [trī′fôrm] adj. [L triformis: see TRI & FORM] having three parts, forms, etc.: also triformed …   English World dictionary

  • triform — adjective Etymology: Middle English triforme, from Latin triformis, from tri + forma form Date: 15th century having a triple form or nature …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • triform — /truy fawrm /, adj. 1. formed of three parts; in three divisions. 2. existing or appearing in three different forms. 3. combining three different forms. Also, triformed. [1400 50; < L triformis. See TRI , FORM] * * * …   Universalium

  • triform — adjective Having three different forms …   Wiktionary

  • triform — adjective technical composed of three parts …   English new terms dictionary

  • triform — tri·form …   English syllables

  • triform — tri•form [[t]ˈtraɪˌfɔrm[/t]] also tri′formed adj. formed of three parts; in three divisions • Etymology: 1400–50; < L triformis. See tri , form …   From formal English to slang

  • triform — /ˈtraɪfɔm/ (say truyfawm) adjective 1. formed of three parts, or in three divisions. 2. existing or appearing in three different forms. 3. combining three different forms. Also, triformed. {Latin triformis} …   Australian English dictionary

  • triform — adj. (also triformed) 1 formed of three parts. 2 having three forms or bodies …   Useful english dictionary

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