octagon

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octagon

oc·ta·gon

(ŏk′tə-gŏn′)
n.
A polygon with eight sides and eight angles.

[Latin octagōnon, from Greek oktagōnon, from neuter of oktagōnos, octagonal : okta-, octo- + -gōnos, angled; see -gon.]

octagon

(ˈɒktəɡən) or less commonly

octangle

n
(Mathematics) a polygon having eight sides
[C17: via Latin from Greek oktagōnos, having eight angles]

oc•ta•gon

(ˈɒk təˌgɒn, -gən)

n.
a polygon having eight angles and eight sides.
[1650–60; < Latin < Greek oktágōnos having eight angles]
octagon

oc·ta·gon

(ŏk′tə-gŏn′)
A polygon having eight sides.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
 Noun 1 octagon - an eight-sided polygon    polygon, polygonal shape - a closed plane figure bounded by straight sides
Translations
مُثَمَّن الأضْلاع
oktagonottekant
nyolcszög
átthyrningur
aštuonkampis
astoņstūris
osemuholník
sekizgen

[ˈɒktəgən] N

[ˈɒktəgən] n

octagon

nAchteck nt, → Oktogon nt, → Oktagon nt

octagon

[ˈɒktəgən] nottagono

octagon

(ˈoktəgən) , ((American) -gon) noun
two-dimensional figure with eight sides.