hendecahedron

[ hen-dek-uh-hee-druhn, hen-dek- ]
/ hɛnˌdɛk əˈhi drən, ˌhɛn dɛk- /

noun, plural hen·dec·a·he·drons, hen·dec·a·he·dra [hen-dek-uh-hee-druh, hen-dek-]. /hɛnˌdɛk əˈhi drə, ˌhɛn dɛk-/.

a solid figure having 11 faces.

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Origin of hendecahedron

OTHER WORDS FROM hendecahedron

hen·dec·a·he·dral [hen-dek-uh-hee-druhl, hen-dek-], /hɛnˌdɛk əˈhi drəl, ˌhɛn dɛk-/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for hendecahedron

hendecahedron
/ (ˌhɛndɛkəˈhɛdrən, -ˈhiːdrən) /

noun plural -drons or -dra (-drə)

a solid figure having 11 plane facesSee also polyhedron
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