hendeca-, hendec-

(Greek: eleven)

hendecacolic (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to something consisting of eleven series: "A hendecacolic period or time took place before the project was completed."
hendecagon (s) (noun), hendecagons (pl)
A plane figure having eleven sides and eleven angles.
hendecagonal (adjective), more hendecagonal, most hendecagonal
In the form or in the shape of a multiple angles having eleven sides.
hendecagram (s) (noun), hendecagrams (pl)
A star polygon that has eleven points.
hendecagynous (adjective), more hendecagynous, most hendecagynous
A reference to plants that have eleven pistils or ovules that are capable of receiving pollen and producing fruit.
hendecahedral (adjective) (not compable)
A reference to a solid figure that has eleven plane faces.
hendecahedron (s) (noun), hendecahedrons (pl)
A solid figure with, or having, eleven faces.
hendecandrous (adjective), more hendecandrous, most hendecandrous
Pertaining to plants that have eleven stamens: "The hendecandrous parts of flower that produce pollen or a powder that is carried away by insects or the wind to the stigmas which produce fruit or other items that plants develop."
hendecaphyllous (adjective), more hendecaphyllous, most hendecaphyllous
Relating to a leaf or leaves that have eleven leaflets or small leaf parts.
hendecarchy (s) (noun), hendecarchies (pl)
A government that is ruled or administered by eleven people.
hendecasemic (adjective), more hendecasemic, most hendecasemic
Containing, or equivalent to, eleven signs or symbols.
hendecasyllabic (adjective), more hendecasyllabic, most hendecasyllabic
Descriptive of lines or verses containing eleven syllables.
hendecasyllable (s) (noun), hendecasyllables (pl)
A meter used in writing poetry in which there are eleven syllables for each line that is written: The hendecasyllable is a classical and quantitative meter which was used in Aeolic verse in Ancient Greece and, at a later time, by the Roman poets Catullus and Martial.