morphological etymology

English word morphological comes from English -ical, English morphology

Detailed word origin of morphological

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ical English (eng) Used to form adjectives from nouns with the meaning "of or pertaining to"; adjectival suffix appended to various words, often nouns, to make an adjective form. Often added to words of Latin origin, but used with other words also.
morphology English (eng) (biology) The study of the form and structure of animals and plants.. (countable) A description of the form and structure of something.. (countable) The form and structure of something.. (geology) The study of the structure of rocks and landforms.. (linguistics) The study of the internal structure of morphemes (words and their semantic building blocks).. (uncountable) A scientific study of [...]
morphological English (eng) Of, or pertaining to, morphology.

Words with the same origin as morphological

Descendants of -ical
alphabetical alphabetically archaeological archeological autobiographical biblical biological botanical ecological finicky geological ideological meteorological mythical neurological nonsensical pathological philosophical physiological psychological psychologically technological theological whimsical zoo
Descendants of morphology
cytomorphological ecomorphological extramorphological geomorphological histomorphological ichnomorphological immunomorphological lexicomorphological macromorphological mamarazzi metamorphological micromorphological monomorphological morphologic nonmorphological osteomorphological paparazzi phytomorphological snaparazzi stalkerazzi