Talk:Great cubicuboctahedron

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Pronounciation[edit]

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)