This word is not found in the bible. It comes from two Greek words, ανθρωπος (anth’-ro-pos) and μορφη (mor-fay’). These two words when put together they mean a figure of speech that describes God as having human form with such things as feet, hands, mouth, and heart. It can also include such things as human attributes or emotions.
These anthropomorphisms help us to understand God in a broader sense by using such things in order to relate to the world in which we live and know. For example, when Scripture says “…so that all the peoples of the earth may know that the hand of the LORD is mighty, that you may fear the LORD God forever.” (Joshua 4:24, ESV)