- heptadecanoic acid,
Origin of heptagon
Examples from the Web for heptagon
In the power room of the heptagon a hexan officer turned fiercely to another, who was offering advice.
There he and his fellows labored day after day learning every secret of every item of armament and equipment aboard the heptagon.
Any child can make a heptagon at once, notwithstanding Mr. Abbott calls it so difficult.
Heptagon, hep′ta-gon, n. a plane figure with seven angles and seven sides.
As that dazzling wall sprang into being, the sparkling green protection died from the walls of the heptagon.
1560s, from Middle French heptagon, from Greek heptagonon, from hepta "seven" (cognate with Latin septem, Gothic sibun, Old English seofon; see seven) + gonia "angle" (see knee (n.)). Related: Heptagonal.