One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Any of various skin diseases characterized by localized or generalized discoloration of the skin.
Late Middle English; earliest use found in Lanfranc's Science of Cirurgie. Partly from Anglo-Norman and Middle French morphé (1240 in Anglo-Norman; also in Old French as morfoies, plural, morphee, morfea; French morphée), partly from their probable immediate etymon Italian morfea, and partly from their ultimate etymon post-classical Latin morphea, of uncertain origin; perhaps shortened from ancient Greek ἀμορϕία unsightliness, ugliness from ἀ- + μορϕή + -ία.
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