[ doh-dek-uh-hee-druhn ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
Late 16th century; Greek from Greek dōdekaedron, neuter (used as a noun) of dōdekaedros ‘twelve-faced’
a three-dimensional shape having twelve plane faces, in particular a regular solid figure with twelve equal pentagonal faces
The table centerpiece included a decorative dodecahedron used as a flower vase.
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