What is a word that starts with the septa prefix but not septagon?
September. it uses the prefix 'Sept,' Latin for seven, as it was at one point the seventh month in the year.
And Septagon is not a word in the English language. The correct name for a 7-sided polygon is "heptagon." It is derived from "hepta," the Greek word for "seven."
Because is part of the word that can never change since 19th century ago, they use to call all that in their language and now our people use to call them as greek word. Heptagon and septagon are both acceptable names in English for a seven-sided polygon, though some may prefer one or the other. Hepta is the Greek prefix for seven and sept is the Latin. (See Related Links below) Heptagon and septagon are…