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hex·ag·o·nal

 (hĕk-săg′ə-nəl)
adj.
1. Having six sides.
2. Containing a hexagon or shaped like one.
3. Mineralogy Having three equal axes intersecting at angles of 60° in one plane and one axis of variable length that is perpendicular to the others.

hex·ag′o·nal·ly adv.
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