前缀a- 同ad-。-moe, 同词根mut, 变化，见mutable, 改变的。
- amoeba:  Amoebas got their name (around 1840) from their inherent shapelessness. With their infinitely mobile exterior and their fluid interior, their shape is constantly changing, and so they were christened with the Greek word amoibē, which means literally ‘change’.
- amoeba (n.)
- 1855, from Modern Latin Amoeba, genus name (1841), from Greek amoibe "change," related to ameibein "to change, exchange," from PIE *e-meigw-, extended form of root *mei- (1) "to change, go, move" (see mutable). So called for its constantly changing shape. Related: Amoebaean; amoebic.
- 1. The amoeba is a very simple organism.
- 2. Amoeba was a distributed operating system.
- 3. This paper is indroduction to Amoeba system followed by an implementation of RPC communication over WAN.
- 4. An amoeba forms a cyst when conditions are unfavourable.
- 5. The amoeba, a denizen of fresh water, is such a case.
- 变形虫, 一种淡水生物, 就是这种情况.
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