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flexagon

[ flek-suh-gon, -guhn ]
/ ˈflɛk səˌgɒn, -gən /
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noun
a three-dimensional figure having polygonal faces that is constructed from a folded sheet of paper in such a way that different faces are exposed when the figure is flexed along its folds.
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Origin of flexagon

flex1 + -agon (as in hexagon, pentagon, etc.)

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