octangular


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octangular

(ɒkˈtæŋɡjʊlə)
adj
(Mathematics) having eight angles
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Adj.1.octangular - of or relating to or shaped like an octagon
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His white mantle was shaped with severe regularity, according to the rule of Saint Bernard himself, being composed of what was then called Burrel cloth, exactly fitted to the size of the wearer, and bearing on the left shoulder the octangular cross peculiar to the Order, formed of red cloth.
Scholars believe not only rectangular, but also six-sided and octangular bricks were made in those stoves.
It covers the porch of the mosque while aabove the main prayer hall it is an octangular tumbler with a blind cupola with a diameter of about 8 meters covered with a lead.