kojna
gismu rafsi: koj ko'a x_{1} is a corner/point/atleast3dimensional [solid] angle [shape/form] in/on x_{2}, of material x_{3}. Also apex; a corner exists on three dimensions but need not be limited to points; it suggests a discontinuity in slope in some direction; i.e. in some planar crosssection. See also jipno, konju, bliku, fanmo, jganu, krasi.


kurfa
gismu rafsi: kur x_{1} is a rightangled shape/form defined by set of vertices x_{2}, dimensions x_{3} (default 2). Also rectangle, square, rectilinear; square (= kubykurfa, pitkubykurfa), cube (= kurkubli), rectangle (= clakurfa), rhombus/diamond (= sa'orkurfa, sa'orpitkubli). See also bliku, kubli, tapla, salpo, tarmi.


lingote
fu'ivla x_{1} is an ingot of x_{2}; x_{1} is a a solid block of more or less pure x_{2} often but not necessarily bricklike in shape and trapezoidal in crosssection, often the result of pouring out and cooling molten metal, often immediately after smelting from raw ore or alloying from constituents. See also bliku, runme, jinme


tarmi
gismu rafsi: tam tai x_{1} [ideal] is the conceptual shape/form of object/abstraction/manifestation x_{2} (object/abstract). Also pattern; x_{1} is the mathematical or theoretical ideal form, while x_{2} is an object/event manifesting that form; e.g. circular/circleshaped (= cukseltai) vs. circle (=cuktai, while cukla alone is ambiguous); model (= ci'ersaptai, saptai, ci'ersmitai, smitai). See alse nejni, te marji for physical shape, tapla, bliku, kubli, kurfa, cukla, mapti, morna, sarlu.
