heptahedron

heptahedron
heptahedron [hep΄tə hē′drən]
n.
pl. heptahedrons or heptahedra [hep΄tə hē′drə] [ModL: see HEPTA- & -HEDRON]
a solid figure with seven plane surfaces
heptahedral
adj.

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