Pronunciation: (môrf),[key] —n. 1. Ling.a sequence of phonemes constituting a minimal unit of grammar or syntax, and, as such, a representation, member, or contextual variant of a morpheme in a specific environment. Cf. allomorph (def. 2).
2. Biol.an individual of one particular form, as a worker ant, in a species that occurs in two or more forms.
—v.t. to transform (an image) by computer.
var. of morpho- before a vowel: morpheme.
a combining form meaning “form, structure,” of the kind specified by the initial element: isomorph.