英 [træns'fɪgə; trɑːns-; -nz-]
- transfigure (v.)
- early 13c., from Old French transfigurer "change, transform" (12c.), and directly from Latin transfigurare "change the shape of," from trans- "across" (see trans-) + figurare "to form, fashion," from figura "to form, shape," from figura "a shape, form, figure" (see figure (n.)). Related: Transfigured; transfiguring.
- 1. At one time we could transfigure into any shape including any animal form.
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