penta-, pent-, pente-, pento-

(Greek: five; a number used as a prefix)

pentandrous
pentandrous, pentandrious, pentandrian
In botany, having five free stamens.
pentane
pentangle (pen-TANG-uhl) (s) (noun), pentangles (pl)
An area in the shape of a five-sided construction that is surrounded on all sides by buildings: The five-acre central plaza of the Pentagon is equivalent to a pentangle.
pentangular (pen-TANG-you-luhr) (adjective) (usually not comparable)
Having five pronounced and visible curls or edges: Okra, also known as "lady fingers", is a green plant of the mallow family with pentangular cross-sections which, when they are fried, are a delicacy primarily in the southern states of the U.S.
pentapetalous
pentapolis
1. A confederacy or group of five towns; applied in ancient times to several such groups.
2. A Pentapolis is geographic and/or institutional grouping of five cities.
pentapopemptic
pentaprism
pentapterous
pentarch
1. The ruler of one of a group of five districts or kingdoms.
2. One of a governing body of five persons.
pentarchy
1. A government by five rulers; a group of five districts or kingdoms each under its own ruler.
2. The government of a country or district by a body of five persons; a governing body of five.
pentastich
A poem, stanza, or section of a poem, consisting of five lines or verses.
pentasyllable
Pentateuch