See also: gon, gôn, goñ, gọn, goŋ, gon-, and gon'

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From Ancient Greek γωνία (gōnía, corner, angle), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵónu (knee).

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-gon

  1. (geometry) Forms the names of plane figures containing a given number of angles, and thus bounded by that number of line segments (polygons). If the number is large enough, it can take the hyphenated suffix directly.
    A pentagon has five sides.
    a 17-gon

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek γωνία (gōnía).

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-gon m

  1. (geometry) -gon

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OjibweEdit

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-gon

  1. day
    ingodwaasogonsix days