cordiform
adjective Etymology: French cordiforme, from Latin cord-, cor + French -iforme -iform Date: 1828 shaped like a heart <
a cordiform sea-urchin shell
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  • cordiform — CORDIFÓRM, Ă, cordiformi, e, adj. (Rar) Cordat. – Din fr. cordiforme. Trimis de IoanSoleriu, 17.05.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  cordifórm adj. m., pl. cordifórmi; f. sg. cordifórmă, pl. cordifórme …   Dicționar Român

  • Cordiform — Cor di*form (k[^o]r d[i^]*f[^o]rm), a. [L. cor, cordis, heart + form, cf. F. cordiforme.] Heart shaped. Gray. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cordiform — [kôr′də fôrm΄] adj. [< L cor (gen. cordis), HEART + FORM] heart shaped …   English World dictionary

  • cordiform — Heart shaped. [L. cor (cord ), heart, + forma, shape] * * * cor·di·form kȯrd ə .fȯrm adj shaped like a heart <a cordiform bothridium of a tapeworm> * * * cor·di·form (korґdĭ form) [cor + form] heart shaped …   Medical dictionary

  • cordiform — /kawr deuh fawrm /, adj. heart shaped. [1820 30; < L cordi (s. of cor) HEART + FORM] * * * …   Universalium

  • cordiform — adjective Shaped like a heart; cordate …   Wiktionary

  • cordiform — heart shaped Shapes and Resemblance …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • cordiform — adj. heart shaped …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cordiform — a. Cordate, heart shaped …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • cordiform — cor·di·form …   English syllables

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