The name of a 10-sided polygon is a decagon. The term "decagon" comes from the modern Latin word "decagonum" and from the Greek "dekagonon," which is a combination of "deka," meaning "ten" and "gonia," meaning "corner" or "angle."
The accepted name of a 12-sided polygon is "dodecagon." A polygon is a two-dimensional shape consisting of angles and straight lines in a closed system. The word "polygon" comes from the Greek "poly," which means "many" and "gon," which means "sides."
An 11-sided polygon is called a hendecagon. In order for an 11-sided shape to be considered a hendecagon, its sides must all be straight and form a closed shape.
A five-sided polygon is called a pentagon. A pentagon also has five vertices and five interior angles, which add up to a total of 540 degrees.
A 10-sided polygon is referred to as a decagon. "Deca" is used as a prefix that means 10, and it is used to create compound words.
A polygon is a plane figure that has "at least three straight sides and angles," according to Oxford Dictionaries. However, polygons can have more than three sides; most have five or more.
The polygon with 1,000 sides, 1,000 vertices and 1,000 angles is called a chiliagon or a 1,000-gon. The term "chiliagon," with a Greek-derived prefix meaning “thousand,” is a proposed name for the 1,000-sided, two-dimensional shape, but it is seldom used.
A polygon with 10 sides is called a decagon. The word comes from the Greek words for "ten" ("deka") and for "angle" or "corner" ("gonia"). Decagons have 10 angles and 10 sides.
A polygon with seven sides is called a heptagon. A polygon is a closed geometric shape that has at least three sides and angles.
A 100-sided polygon is called a hectogon, centagon or 100-gon. In general, any n-sided polygon with over 12 sides is called an n-gon. While there are other conventions for naming polygons with any number of sides, it is most common to use the n-gon form.