polyiamond

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polyiamond

[′päl·ē·ə‚mänd]
(mathematics)
A plane figure formed by joining a finite number of equilateral triangles along their sides.
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Here, true friendship between Campbell and Triamond is sealed by demonstrations of gratitude and munificence:
Discussing Faerie Queene, book 4, Krier sees the endless bloody fight between Cambello and the brothers Priamond, Diamond, and Triamond in relation to their desire for absorption into a chthonic mother identified with the underworld.
Canacee, his sister, a wise and beautiful lady who is won by Triamond.
Later, they come upon the knights Cambel and Triamond and their ladies, Cambina and Canace.
Find all the mathematically distinct polyiamonds up to six triangles at a time: moniamonds, diamonds, triamonds, tetriamonds, pentiamonds, and hexiamonds.