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EtymologyEdit
poly + (d)omino, as if the d were for di, two, a domino being made up of two squares
NounEdit
polyomino (plural polyominoes)
 (geometry) A polyform made by joining one or more squares edge to edge in various arrangements.
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Related termsEdit
 monomino (1 square)
 domino (2 squares)
 triomino, tromino (3 squares)
 tetromino (4 squares)
 pentomino (5 squares)
 hexomino (6 squares)
 heptomino (7 squares)
 octomino (8 squares)
 nonomino (9 squares)
 decomino (10 squares)
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FinnishEdit
NounEdit
polyomino
DeclensionEdit
singular  plural  

nominative  polyomino  polyominot  
accusative  nom.^{?}  polyomino  polyominot 
gen.  polyominon  
genitive  polyominon  polyominojen polyominoiden polyominoitten 

partitive  polyominoa  polyominoja polyominoita 

inessive  polyominossa  polyominoissa  
elative  polyominosta  polyominoista  
illative  polyominoon  polyominoihin  
adessive  polyominolla  polyominoilla  
ablative  polyominolta  polyominoilta  
allative  polyominolle  polyominoille  
essive  polyominona  polyominoina  
translative  polyominoksi  polyominoiksi  
instructive  —  polyominoin  
abessive  polyominotta  polyominoitta  
comitative  —  polyominoineen 