mutetrahedron
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editEtymology
editShort for multiple tetrahedron.
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editNoun
editmutetrahedron (plural mutetrahedra or mutetrahedrons)
 (geometry) A regular skew apeirohedron with six hexagons around each vertex, formed by an infinite number of truncated tetrahedronlike cells (specifically, truncated tetrahedra missing their triangle faces, with the resulting triangleshaped holes joined to form empty spaces in the shape of faceless tetrahedra) in Euclidean 3D space.
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editregular skew apeirohedron

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edit Regular skew apeirohedron on Wikipedia.Wikipedia