noun (plural anamorphoses /-fəˌsēz/)
1a distorted projection or drawing that appears normal when viewed from a particular point or with a suitable mirror or lens.
the process by which anamorphic images are produced.
2 Biology a gradual, ascending progression or change of form to a higher type.
development of the adult form through a series of small changes, especially in some arthropods, the acquisition of additional body segments after hatching.
early 18th century: from Greek anamorphōsis 'transformation', from ana- 'back, again' + morphosis 'a shaping' (from morphoun 'to shape', from morphē 'shape, form')
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Anna Moore Pho is the "sis" of Feefi Pho who married Chad Fumm. That probably does not matter in the distorted world of anamorphosis
but this topic is about words, and their sounds assail me, rattling within my brain. They do not cause pain...to me. I cannot speak for thee.
Words are a game. Sometimes I play alone, but you are welcome to play, too.