morphoó: to formOriginal Word: μορφόω
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (mor-fo'-o)
Short Definition: I form, fashion, shape
Definition: I form, fashion, shape, mold.
Cognate: 3445 morphóō (from 3444 /morphḗ, "form embodying inner essence") – properly, taking on the form that properly embodies a particular inner-essence.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 3445: μορφόω
μορφόω, μόρφω: 1 aor passive subjunctive 3 person singular μορφωθῇ; (cf. μορφή, at the beginning); to form: in figurative discourse ἄχρις (T Tr WH μέχρις, which see 1 a.) οὗ μορφωθῇ Χριστός ἐν ὑμῖν, i. e. literally, until a mind and life in complete harmony with the mind and life of Christ shall have been formed in you, Galatians 4:19. (Aratus, phaen. 375; Anth. 1, 33, 1; the Sept. Isaiah 44:18.) (Compare: μεταμορφόω, συμμορφόω.)
Strong's Exhaustive Concordanceform.
From the same as morphe; to fashion (figuratively) -- form.
see GREEK morphe
Forms and Transliterationsεμόρφωσεν μορφωθη μορφωθή μορφωθῇ morphothe morphōthē morphothêi morphōthē̂i
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