Form·a [fôrma]

{Italian word, English translation: form}

<origin latin (fōrmis) “form, contour, figure, shape;

appearance, pattern, design; sort, kind condition”

NOUN

1.     to cause (something) to have a particular shape

synonyms: shape • formation • structure

2.     the body or shape of a person or thing

synonyms: shape • figure • stature • frame

3.     a mold, frame or on which something is shaped

synonyms: mold • cast • shape • marix

 

VERB

1.     bring together parts or combine to create (something)

synonyms: set up • establish • create

2.     to organize people or things into (a group or body)

synonyms: build · compose

3.     to begin to exist or to be seen

synonyms: materialize • develop • appear • show up