See also: Pentagon and pentàgon

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A regular pentagon

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From Middle French pentagone, from Late Latin pentagonum, from Ancient Greek πεντάγωνον(pentágōnon), noun use of the neuter of the adjective πεντάγωνος(pentágōnos, five-angled), from πέντε(pénte, five) + -γωνος(-gōnos, angled).

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pentagon ‎(plural pentagons)

  1. (geometry) A polygon with five sides and five angles.

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pentagon c (singular definite pentagonen, plural indefinite pentagoner)

  1. pentagon

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