form-, -form, forma-, format-

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

dentiform
difform
difformity
digitaliform
A reference to the form of the corolla of the fox-glove.
digitiform
Shaped or formed like a finger or fingers; fingerlike; such as, a digitiform root.
elytriform
Having the form, or structure, of an elytron.
emboliform (s) (noun), emboliforms (pl)
entocuneiform
1. Wedge-shaped.
2. An ancient wedge-shaped script formed by the arrangement of small wedge-shaped elements (letters) and used in ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, and Persian writing.
3. Anatomy, relating to, or being a wedge-shaped bone or cartilage or relating to the tarsal bones (or other wedge-shaped bones).
eruciform (s) (noun), eruciforms (pl)
Shaped like a caterpillar/
etheriform (adjective), more etheriform, most etheriform
feliform (noun), more feliform, most feliform
A reference to having the body or shape of a felid: For a costume party, Jean's sister dressed up in a feliform outfit, thus disguising herself as a cat.
fibriform
Having the form of a fiber or fibers; resembling a fiber.
filariform
In the form of, or resembling, filariae.
filiform
Threadlike or shaped like threads.
fistuliform
A fistular form; tubular; pipe-shaped.

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