See also: Polyeder

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EtymologyEdit

From the prefix poly-, appended with the Ancient Greek word ἕδρα(hédra, seat).

NounEdit

polyeder n (singular definite polyederet, plural indefinite polyedre)

  1. (geometry) polyhedron

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From poly- +‎ -eder

NounEdit

polyeder n ‎(definite singular polyederet or polyedret, indefinite plural polyeder or polyedre, definite plural polyedra or polyedrene)

  1. (geometry) a polyhedron

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From poly- +‎ -eder

NounEdit

polyeder n ‎(definite singular polyederet, indefinite plural polyeder, definite plural polyedera)

  1. (geometry) a polyhedron

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polyeder c

  1. (geometry) polyhedron

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