Etymology: From Greek , from "thousand" + "angle".
- (geometry) (rare) A polygon with a thousand vertex, vertices and a thousand edges.
- 1995: If Kant's claim is just that it is impossible to have a sensory experience of the absence of space, then by contrast it is not impossible to have a sensory experience of a . " Lorne Falkenstein, Kant's Intuitionism (Toronto 2004, p. 198)
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