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hexahedron
two types of hexahedrons

hex·a·he·dron

 (hĕk′sə-hē′drən)
n. pl. hex·a·he·drons or hex·a·he·dra (-drə)
A polyhedron, such as a cube, that has six faces.

[Greek hexaedron, from neuter of hexaedros, having six sides : hexa-, hexa- + -edros, sided; see -hedron.]

hex′a·he′dral (-drəl) adj.
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