octagonal

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adjective
having eight angles and eight sides.

Origin:
1565–75; octagon + -al, replacing earlier octogonal < Neo-Latin octōgōnālis, equivalent to octō- octo- + Greek gōn(ía) angle + -ālis -al1

octagonally, adverb
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octagonal (ɒkˈtæɡənəl)
 
adj
1.  having eight sides and eight angles
2.  of or relating to an octagon
 
octagonally
 
adv

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octagonal
1570s, from octagon.
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octagon   (ŏk'tə-gŏn')  Pronunciation Key 
A polygon having eight sides.

octagonal adjective (ŏk-tāg'ə-nəl)
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Example sentences
He had returned to the comfort of this glamorous gym carpeted in a
  red-green-and-beige octagonal design.
These novel crayons aren't really round-they are more octagonal, so they don't
  roll away as easily.
It is not a large building but exquisitely beautiful, with a distinctive
  octagonal tower.
The octagonal central chamber contains the cenotaph with diagonal sides leading
  to the corner-chambers.
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