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decahedron

[ dek-uh-hee-druhn ]
/ 藢d蓻k 蓹藞hi dr蓹n /
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noun, plural dec路a路he路drons, dec路a路he路dra [dek-uh-hee-druh]. /藢d蓻k 蓹藞hi dr蓹/. Geometry.
a solid figure having ten faces.
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Origin of decahedron

From New Latin, dating back to 1820鈥30; see origin at deca-, -hedron

OTHER WORDS FROM decahedron

dec路a路he路dral [dek-uh-hee-druhl], /藢d蓻k 蓹藞hi dr蓹l/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for decahedron

decahedron
/ (藢d蓻k蓹藞hi藧dr蓹n) /

noun
a solid figure having ten plane facesSee also polyhedron

Derived forms of decahedron

decahedral, adjective
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Scientific definitions for decahedron

decahedron
[ d臅k鈥采-h膿dr蓹n ]

Plural decahedrons decahedra
A polyhedron having ten faces.
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