morph definition

  • noun:
    • An allomorph.
    • among different distinct kinds of an organism or types.
    • A physical kind representing some morpheme in language. Its a recurrent distinctive noise or series sounds.
    • An allomorph: one of some realizations that a morpheme may have in numerous contexts.
    • regional number of a species, distinguishable from other communities for the species by morphology or behavior.
    • A computer-generated gradual vary from one image to some other.
    • A sequence of phonemes, often a word fragment, which comprises the minimum device of definition or syntax within a given term. A morph is one of the variations of a morpheme, depending for the individal form regarding context in which it happens. Therefore the morphs -s and -es are variants of the morpheme in which the plural form of an English noun is expressed.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To transform (a graphic) by computer: cinematic unique effects that morphed the villain into a snake.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To be changed: "Yesterday's filmstrip features morphed into today's school computer” ( Clifford Stoll).
  • verb:
    • to improve form, from a single form to some other, through computer animation.
    • to endure remarkable improvement in a seamless and hardly obvious fashion.
    • To transform effortlessly in imperceptible measures from one image to some other, on a computer display screen.
    • cause to change form in a pc cartoon
    • change shape as via computer animation
  • others:
    • An abbreviation of morphology, morphological, etc.

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