noun, plural do·dec·a·he·drons, do·dec·a·he·dra [doh-dek-uh-hee-druh, doh-dek-] /doʊˌdɛk əˈhi drə, ˌdoʊ dɛk-/. Geometry, Crystallography.
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That for the tetrahedron has 12 for its order, for the cube (or octahedron) 24, and for the icosahedron (or dodecahedron) 60.
Round it describe a dodecahedron; the circle including this will be Mars.
The rhombic faces of the dodecahedron are often striated parallel to the longer diagonal.
Two of these generate the cube and the octahedron; five of these generate the dodecahedron and the icosahedron.Occult Chemistry|Annie Besant and Charles W. Leadbeater
You might as well call it a dodecahedron, or the cube root of minus nothing.''That Very Mab'|May Kendall and Andrew Lang