Geometric Group ACTIVE

Geometric concepts such as shapes and solids.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
aks* dis geom ess sta Axis. Line of reference regarding a linear dimension. Axis
astr* abs geom ess sta Starshape. Starshape
bak* ind geom ess sta dis tg Rod. Rod
blad* geom Blade, narrow leaf. Special Form in 2 Dimensions
bolb* geom ess sta dis tg Bulb. Solid object rounded at one end and tapering on the other, possibly attached to a larger object at the tapered end. Convexity
delt* geom ess sta dis tg Triangle.
disk* geom ess sta dis tg Disc. Solid with a circular primary surface and minor thickness. Disc
dwikmtedr* geom dis tg Icosahedron; 20-sided die. Solid
dwiqon* ord geom ess sta dis tg An open figure consisting of three sides connected at two angles.
-edr* dis geom A solid in which all surfaces are planar and that is characterized by the number of surfaces. Solid
gintidwedr* ord geom ess sta dis tg Dodecahedron; twelve-sided die. Solid
gintedr* ord geom Decahedron; ten-sided die.
haps* geom Arch, circle. Arch
helik* dis geom Spiral. One-dimensional form having length but no breadth or thickness and also curvature through two other dimensions. Spiral
isþm* geom dis tg Isthmus. Isthmus
kamin* geom dis tg Tube, pipe, chimney, smokestack, flue. Tube
keq* geom dis tg Hook. Hook
kon* dis geom Cone. Cone
kub* geom ess sta dis tg Cube, block. Rectangular hexahedron. Repose
kwetoredr* card geom ess sta dis tg Tetrahedron; four-sided die. Solid
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Name Gloss
Axis Line of reference regarding a linear dimension.
Canthus The corner where the upper and lower eyelids meet on each side of the eye.
Circle Perfect example of circularity.
Cube Polyhedron of 6 sides, each of which is a square, having equal length, breadth and thickness.
Cylinder Solid with circular cross-section.
Disc Solid with a circular primary surface and minor thickness.
Ellipsoid Imperfect example of circularity.
Furrow Narrow concavity in a surface.
Lozenge Quadrilateral with all sides equal in length.
Pimple Zoological convexity or blemish containing pus.
Plane Two-dimensional form having length and breadth but no thickness and no curvature through a third dimension.
Polygon
Polyhedron
Quadrilateral Polygon with four sides.
Ribbon Surface having relatively great length versus breadth.
Sphere Three-dimensional form of a circle rotated about its diameter.
Spike Convexity of great height and relatively small girth.
Starshape
Straightness Lack of curvature.
Triangle Polygon with three sides.
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