[ an-thruh-puh-mawr-fik ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
Early 19th century; Latin from anthropomorphous + -ic. Originally in reference to regarding God or gods as having human form and human characteristics; of animals, plants, nature, etc.
  • humanlike
  • humanoid
ascribing human form or attributes to a being or thing not human
The abstract art exhibit was full of anthropomorphic plants and animals.
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