Pentagram

Pen"ta*gram

(?), n. [Gr. , neut. of having five lines. See Penta-, and -gram.] A pentacle or a pentalpha. "Like a wizard pentagram." Tennyson.
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Pen`ta*graph"ic

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Pen`ta*graph"ic*al

(?), } a. [Corrupted fr. pantographic, -ical.] Pantographic. See Pantograph.
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Pen`ta*gyn"i*a

(?), n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. (see Penta-) + female.] (Bot.) A Linnan order of plants, having five styles or pistils.
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Pen`ta*gyn"i*an

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Pen*tag"y*nous

(?), } a. (Bot.) Of or pertaining to plants of the order Pentagyna; having five styles.
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