Yes, the word polydactyly does mean many fingers and toes in Greek.
Greek root 'hexa' is the combinant form of the Greek 'hex', meaning 'six'
Hexagon in greek means six
"Hex" comes from the Greek word for "six", so hexagonal means six-sided.
Hexapod is a Latin word. It does not translate to English therefore, those who speak English would just say hexapod. Hexapod means to have six feet. So the translation of to have six feet would translate to hexapod. To have six feet in Greek is Για να έχουν έξι πόδια This word is Greek in origin, not Latin
All pill bugs have six legs that are identical. This is how the name is appropriate for the Greek word "isopod".
Most polygons have numerical prefices which are derived from Greek. The exception are quadrilateral and nonagon which use Latin prefices. The Greek prefix for six is hexa.
The Latin word for a hexagon is "hexagnum." The Latin word is derived from the Greek word "hexagnos," and they all mean "something with six angles."
Hexagon is a root word for us, derived from the Greek hex, 'six'.
Gods from Greek Mythology:AphroditeApolloArtemisAthenaDionysusHeraHermesPoseidonZeus
Yes. Hexabrachial mean six arms in Greek and Latin