
Definition of Regular hexahedron
1. Noun. A hexahedron with six equal squares as faces.
Generic synonyms: Ideal Solid, Platonic Body, Platonic Solid, Regular Convex Polyhedron, Regular Convex Solid, Regular Polyhedron
Specialized synonyms: Tesseract, Quadrate
Derivative terms: Cube, Cubical, Cuboidal
Lexicographical Neighbors of Regular Hexahedron
Literary usage of Regular hexahedron
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Elements of Molecular Mechanics by Joseph Bayma (1866)
"9) having equal powers w are so arranged as to form a regular hexahedron around
an attractive centre 0 having a power v. Find the formula of the system. ..."
2. Plane and Solid Geometry by William James Milne (1899)
"The regular hexahedron. Upon AB construct the square ABCD, and upon its sides
construct the squares AF, ... Then, the polyhedron AG is a regular hexahedron. ..."
3. Plane and Solid Geometry by William James Milne (1899)
"The regular hexahedron. Upon AB construct the square ABCD, and upon its sides
construct the squares AF, ... Then, the polyhedron AG is a regular hexahedron. ..."
4. The Readable Dictionary: Or, Topical and Synonymic Lexicon: Containing by John Williams (1860)
"The regular hexahedron 1» the same with the cub«. A REGULAR OCTAHEDRON is a solid
bounded by eight equilateral and equal triangles. ..."
5. Elements of Plane and Solid Geometry by Alan Sanders (1903)
"Regular Tetrahedron regular hexahedron Regular Octahedron The regular tetrahedron
is bounded ... The regular hexahedron (or cube) is bounded by six squares. ..."
6. Elements of Plane and Solid Geometry by George Albert Wentworth (1885)
"To construct a regular hexahedron. Upon the given edge AB construct the square
ABC D, and upon the sides of this square con C struct the squares EB, FC, ..."
7. Solid Geometry by Sophia Foster Richardson (1914)
"What relation exists between the number of faces, vertices, and edges of the
regular hexahedron and the regular octahedron ? of the regular dodecahedron and ..."