Meaning of omniform in English:

omniform

Pronunciation /ˈɒmnɪfɔːm/

adjective

  • Of all forms; having, taking, or displaying any or every form; of all shapes, appearances, or manifestations.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry More (1614–1687), philosopher, poet, and theologian. From post-classical Latin omniformis from classical Latin omni- + -formis.