nounpl. -·drons or -·dra
Origin of polyhedronModern Latin from Classical Greek polyedron, neuter of polyedros: see poly- and -hedron
nounpl. pol·y·he·drons, or pol·y·he·dra
(plural polyhedra or polyhedrons)
See also polyhedron
From New Latin, from Ancient Greek Ï€Î¿Î»ÏÎµÎ´ÏÎ¿Î½ (poluedron), from Ï€Î¿Î»ÏÏ‚ (polus, “many") + á¼•Î´ÏÎ± (hedra, “seat"); compare French polyÃ¨dre.
polyhedron - Computer Definition
A six- or more-sided object. A group of connected polygons.