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octagonal

[ ok-tag-uh-nl ]
/ ɒkˈtæg ə nl /
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adjective

having eight angles and eight sides.

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Origin of octagonal

1565–75; octagon + -al1, replacing earlier octogonal<New Latin octōgōnālis, equivalent to octō-octo- + Greek gōn(ía) angle + -ālis-al1

OTHER WORDS FROM octagonal

oc·tag·o·nal·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for octagonal

octagonal
/ (ɒkˈtæɡənəl) /

adjective

having eight sides and eight angles
of or relating to an octagon

Derived forms of octagonal

octagonally, adverb
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