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oc·tag·o·nal

 (ŏk-tăg′ə-nəl)
adj.
Having eight sides and eight angles.

oc·tag′o·nal·ly adv.

octagonal

(ɒkˈtæɡənəl)
adj
1. (Mathematics) having eight sides and eight angles
2. (Mathematics) of or relating to an octagon
ocˈtagonally adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.octagonal - of or relating to or shaped like an octagon
Translations
مُثَمَّن الشَّكْل
ottekantet
nyolcszögű
átthyrndur
osemuhlý
sekiz kenarlı

octagonal

[ɒkˈtægənl] ADJoctagonal

octagonal

[ɒkˈtægənəl] adjoctogonal(e)

octagonal

adjachteckig, oktogonal

octagonal

[ɒkˈtægənl] adjottagonale

octagon

(ˈoktəgən) , ((American) -gon) noun
two-dimensional figure with eight sides.
octagonal (okˈtӕgənl) adjective
having eight sides. an octagonal figure.
References in classic literature ?
From the middle of the building an ugly flat-topped octagonal tower ascended against the east horizon, and viewed from this spot, on its shady side and against the light, it seemed the one blot on the city's beauty.
All corners were shallow in this octagonal dwelling.
As for him, he would have been utterly ignorant of his situation had he not espied, in passing, at the turn of a street, the octagonal mass of the pillory of the fish markets, the open-work summit of which threw its black, fretted outlines clearly upon a window which was still lighted in the Rue Verdelet.
And his bloodshot eyes rolled with rich delight from the decanter and glasses on the octagonal table to another decanter in the quaintest and craftiest of revolving spirit tables.
The Count halted, putting down my bags, closed the door, and crossing the room, opened another door, which led into a small octagonal room lit by a single lamp, and seemingly without a window of any sort.
My inn had once been a part of an ancient ecclesiastical house, and I dined in a little octagonal common-room, like a font.
An octagonal table, formed altogether of the richest gold-threaded marble, is placed near one of the sofas.
Archer turned from the fascinated contemplation of a small painting representing two Cardinals carousing, in an octagonal ebony frame set with medallions of onyx.
He took one of the small octagonal tables that were scattered about the room, and set it in front of the fire, with two legs on the hearthrug.
He turned them out and, having thrown his hat and cape on the table, passed through the library towards the door of his bedroom, a large octagonal chamber on the ground floor that, in his new-born feeling for luxury, he had just had decorated for himself and hung with some curious Renaissance tapestries that had been discovered stored in a disused attic at Selby Royal.
In the theaters, therefore, at first generally square-built or octagonal, the stage projected from the rear wall well toward the center of an unroofed pit (the present-day 'orchestra'), where, still on three sides of the stage, the common people, admitted for sixpence or less, stood and jostled each other, either going home when it rained or staying and getting wet as the degree of their interest in the play might determine.
The decanters were of the old-fashioned octagonal kind still in use in the provinces, though they have disappeared elsewhere.