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 a plant part that takes the form of a hair; resembling hair; trichoid.
Shaped like or otherwise resembling a fish.
Having a flattened shape; specifically, in anatomy, said of a joint in which the surfaces of the bones are nearly or quite plane.
Pro forma. (Latin phrase)
Translation: "For [the sake of]."

Form; as a matter of form. In commercial use, it is an account drawn up to show the market value of certain products.Used for importing products, a pro forma invoice must sometimes be presented in advance to arrange for payment or permits.

It is understood that this preliminary estimate may not be as exact as the actual invoice to be presented later as the final bill to be paid.

1. A term that is applied to practices or documents that are done as a pure formality or which seek to satisfy the minimum requirements or to conform to a convention or doctrine.
2. According to form; such as, a matter of form; for the sake of form.
Having the shape of a dental pulp.
punctiform (s) (adjective), more punctiform, most punctiform
Shaped like a point or having a form like a point: The lighting that was used in the large hallway was provided by 5,000 punctorm halogen ceiling lamps.
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Branch-like, branch-shaped; branched; ramified.
Shaped like a frog.

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