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octachoron

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octa- (eight) +‎ -choron (room), from Ancient Greek ὀκτά- (oktá-, eight) and χώρος (khṓros, room).

NounEdit

octachoron (plural octachorons or octachora)

  1. (mathematics) A four-dimensional object equivalent to a cube, constructed out of sixteen cubes.

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