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Yes, it is called the "Nezer Point".

Q: Is there a name for the point where all three lines of the capital letter Y meet?

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the point of concurrency

Yes, in Euclidean geometry, an infinite number of lines can meet at one point.

It's possible, but for any three lines in the same plane, there could be ether one point of intersection (unlikely) or three (more probably).

yes

Three capital letters that have two lines of symmetry are "O", "H", and "I" since they can be reflected either horizontally or vertically and still look the same.

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There are three lines.

it is the point of a segment and three lines in it.

If all three lines are parallel, there are zero points of intersection. If all three lines go through a point, there is one point of intersection. If two lines are parallel and the third one crosses them, there are two. If the three lines make a triangle, there are three points.

No, only three lines can intersect at a single point.

If you draw a capital "Y" with say each angle = 120 degrees, then the three lines will represent where the edges of the planes meet each other and the centre point will be the vertex where the three planes intersect. You are basically looking at the corner of a cube at an angle. If you connect the ends of the three lines you will be looking down at a triangular pyramid (three faces with three edges and the vertex in the centre).

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the point of concurrency

Yes, in Euclidean geometry, an infinite number of lines can meet at one point.

concurrent lines

concurrent

It's possible, but for any three lines in the same plane, there could be ether one point of intersection (unlikely) or three (more probably).

yes