one's own, personal, distinct: idiomorphic
Origin of idio-Classical Greek idio- ; from idios, one's own ; from Indo-European an unverified form swedyos ; from base an unverified form swe-, possessive from source Classical Latin suus, his, her, one's, Old English swæs, beloved, own
- One's own; private; personal: idiolect.
- Distinct; separate: idioblast.
Origin of idio-Greek, from idios, personal, private; see s(w)e- in Indo-European roots.
Representing a combining form of Ancient Greek ἴδιος (idios, “own, personal, distinct”).