Rhombohedral



[rom-buh-hee-druh n] /ˌrɒm bəˈhi drən/
noun, plural rhombohedrons, rhombohedra
[rom-buh-hee-druh] /ˌrɒm bəˈhi drə/ (Show IPA)
1.
a solid bounded by six rhombic planes.
rhombohedral
/ˌrɒmbəʊˈhiːdrəl/
adjective
1.
of or relating to a rhombohedron
2.
(crystallog) another term for trigonal (sense 2)
rhombohedron
/ˌrɒmbəʊˈhiːdrən/
noun
1.
a six-sided prism whose sides are parallelograms
rhombohedral
(rŏm’bō-hē’drəl)
See trigonal.
rhombohedron
(rŏm’bō-hē’drən)
Plural rhombohedrons or rhombohedra
A prism with six faces, each a rhombus.

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