octagonal in Japanese
Before the door to the dwelling, on a flat stretch of tamped earth, stood a carrousel surrounded by a low, octagonal impalement; the stakes, decayed by the action of moisture and heat, still showed a vestige of their original blue paint.
Kat stared again at the square walls, the central raised hearth, and overhead, the octagonal chimneypiece.
My inn had once been a part of an ancient ecclesiastical house, and I dined in a little octagonal common-room, like a font.
The station features two rows of octagonal columns faced with russet marble.
A portrait has a non-standard shape - with round, oval or octagonal frame.
At the beginning of the 20th century the Czech firm Preciosa became the first chandelier producer in the world to cut and polish the octagonal chandelier parts (known as the "head") fully automatically, heralding a new era in chandelier production.
Take a seat around the octagonal table in the bay window area and warm yourself next to the tiled stove.
Norman civilization left in Puglia an important cultural heritage that includes, among many things, castles and fortresses built in defense of the territory, among which emerges the spectacular octagonal architecture of Castel del Monte.
The octagonal nave (for the Christians it symbolizes the resurrection), with a free opening of 36,00m, is completed on the octagon's diagonals with four semicircular apses inside and polygonal apses outside, with spaces in amphitheatre.
The star of the Order For Merit is made of silver and has the shape of an octagonal star with radiating rays.
of or relating to or shaped like an octagon: octangular