-Morph appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Tonya doth promise to veto rote votes I morph today… not.
- Won’t I move to morph to mate lots to let a moth promote vomit now?
- Eli frets as I dare to morph to madness: "Do gods send a moth promoter a disaster file?"
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Definition of -Morph
What does -Morph mean?
- shape, form, structure
- See morpheme.
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Yukaghir Texts (2001)
by Elena Maslova
L-morph is a cover term for RooTs and L- AFFixes. L-stem The L-stem of a woRd FoRm w is the maximal segment of w that contains all its L-moRphs. An L-stem as an iNdex uNiT is a string of morphs that constitutes the L- stem of at least one ...
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