theriomorphic[t̸hir′ē ō môr′fik]
theriomorphic definition by Webster's New World
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conceived of as having the form of an animal: said of certain gods
Origin: ; from Classical Greek thēriomorphos (see therianthropic and amp; -morph) plush -ic
theriomorphic definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Thought of as having the form of a beast. Used of a deity.
Origin: Greek thērion, diminutive of thēr, wild beast; see theropod + -morphic.