- having eight angles.
Origin of octangular
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It is of an octangular shape, and the outside is adorned by tracery work.
Some huts also were entirely built of this material, of a rude circular or octangular form, and roofed with skins like the others.
The majority of the columns at Anarajapoora are of dressed stone, octangular and of extremely graceful proportions.
Its form is octangular, having a strong butment at each angle, surmounted with pinnacles.
A high, octangular wooden pulpit with a precentor's pew in front of it stood at the far end.The Northern Iron
George A. Birmingham
- having eight angles
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