Penta-

• A combining form denoting five; as, pentacapsular; pentagon. • Denoting the degree of five, either as regards quality, property, or composition; as, pentasulphide; pentoxide, etc. Also used adjectively.
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penta-

1. <prefix> A combining form denoting five; as, pentacapsular; pentagon. ... 2. <chemistry> Denoting the degree of five, either as regards quality, property, or composition; as, pentasulphide; pentoxide, etc. Also used adjectively. ... Origin: Gr, a later combining form of five. See Five. ... (29 Oct 1998) ...
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Penta-

Pen'ta- [ Greek ..., a later combining form of ... five. See Five .] 1. A combining form denoting five ; as, penta capsular; penta gon. 2. (Chemistry) Denoting the degree of five , either as regards quality, property, or composition; as, penta sulphide; p...
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Penta-

prefix meaning five
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Penta-

prefix meaning five
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penta-

The Greek suffix meaning 'five.' A pentagon is a five-sided polygon and a pentahedron, such as the Great Pyramid of Gisa, is a five-sided polyhedron. A pentagram, or pentacle, is a five-pointed star formed by the pairwise extension of the sides of a regular polygon so that each side meets with the n...
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penta-

Type: Term Definitions: 1. Combining form denoting five.
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