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It would be great if a knowledgable person could add the Pronounciation to this and the other polyhedra...
- The names break into parts, related to the names of the Platonic solids (the five most basic uniform polyhedra, with the Kepler-Poinsots not far behind). For example, this is pronounced "great cube-i-cube-octahedron". In IPA, I'd suggest something like English pronunciation: /ɡreɪt kjuːbᵻkjuːˈbɒktəhiːdrən/. Double sharp (talk) 12:40, 28 December 2015 (UTC)