form-, -form, forma-, format-

(Latin: shape, structure, figure, outer appearance, composition, to compose; visual appearance; spacial arrangement; to develop or to acquire; to produce)

A reference to or resembling lupus.
malform (verb), malforms; malformed; malforming
To shape or to configure in an unacceptable way: The artist malformed his sculptures so they would resemble nonexistent creatures.
malformation (s) (noun), malformations (pl)
Faulty structure of parts; especially, of a living body: Sam was born with a malformation that resulted in his right foot being twisted in such a way that it pointed inwardly.
malformed (adjective), more malformed, most malformed
1. Badly misshaped or distorted: In the children's section at the agricultural fair, prizes were given to the most malformed vegetables; for example, a carrot with two legs or roots.
2. Referring to a situation in which someone does not adhere to a proper procedure: Mack accidentally constructed more malformed web pages than he realized.
Having the form of a hammer.
mandibuliform (s) (noun), mandibuliforms (pl)
The shape or structure of a jaw; especially, the maxillae of insects when they are hard and adapted for biting.
A genus of mold fungi seen on dead and decaying matter.

Some species can cause infections of external ear, skin, and respiratory passageways.

1. Occurring in or having many forms or shapes or appearances.
2. Existing in many forms or kinds.
muriform (adjective) more muriform, most muriform
Mouse-like or resembling mice: A few muriform creatures include field mice, harvest mice, striped grass mice, house mice, hopping mice, etc.
Nemo tenetur informare qui nescit, sed quisquis scire quod informat.
No one is bound to give information about things he is ignorant of, but every one is bound to know that which he gives information about.

A legal term.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units dealing with "form, shape, appearance": eido-; figur-; icono-; ideo-; imag-; morpho-; -oid; typo-.