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kubli
gismu rafsi: kub x1 is a cube/regular polyhedron/polygon of dimensions x2 (def. 3), surfaces/sides x3 (def. 6). (cf. kurfa - needed for 'cube', bliku for a physical object; tanbo, tapla, tarmi)
mi pu punji lo bisli poi kubli lo te runta
I put ice cubes into the drink.
tanbo
gismu rafsi: ta'o x1 is a board/plank [3-dimensional long flat rectangle] of material x2. See also bliku, kubli.
blikubli
lujvo k1=b1 is a regular polyhedron [3 dimensional] with sides/surfaces k3=b3. k3=b3 sides/surfaces should include number, size, and shape. See also: kubybli, bliku, kubli.
caltaicmaci
lujvo cm1 is a geometry describing cm2=ca1=t1 geometric object. Cf. canlu, tarmi, cmaci, cukyxratci, cukla, kubli, cibjgatai, cibjgacmaci.
kubybli
lujvo b1=k1 is a regular polyhedron [3-dimensional] consisting of material b2 with surfaces/sides b3=k3. b3=k3 sides/surfaces should include number, size, and shape. See also: blikubli, bliku, kubli.
terkubli
lujvo x1 is an x4 (def. x2-1)-dimensional side of x2-dimensional polyhedron x3; x1 is an edge when x4=1; x1 is a vertex when x4=0. cf. te kubli, cimde
kurfa
gismu rafsi: kur x1 is a right-angled shape/form defined by set of vertices x2, dimensions x3 (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.
kelkubli
lujvo ku1 is a die/are dice for game x2 with surfaces/sides ku3 (default 6). Shortened from ke nu kelci ke'e kubli. Omitted ku2 (dice have always three dimensions). Cf. cu'arkubli.
bliku
gismu rafsi: bli x1 is a block [3-dimensional shape/form] of material x2, surfaces/sides x3. x3 sides/surfaces should include number, size, and shape; also polyhedron (= pitybli having flat/planar sides/surfaces). regular polyhedron (= kubybli, blikubli), brick (= kitybli); See also tapla, kubli, tanbo, canlu, kojna, sefta, bolci, kurfa, tarmi.
tapla
gismu x1 is a tile/cake [shape/form] of material x2, shape x3, thickness x4. A tile is a 3-dimensional object, relatively uniform and significant in the 3rd dimension, but thin enough that its shape in the the other two dimensions is a significant feature; 'city block' is conceptually a tile; polygon (= taplytai or kardytai - shaped like an approximately-2-dimensional block, lijyclupa - a loop composed of lines). (cf. bliku, kubli, matci; karda, for which the 3rd dimension is insignificant, bliku, kurfa, matci, plita, tarmi)
tarmi
gismu rafsi: tam tai x1 [ideal] is the conceptual shape/form of object/abstraction/manifestation x2 (object/abstract). Also pattern; x1 is the mathematical or theoretical ideal form, while x2 is an object/event manifesting that form; e.g. circular/circle-shaped (= 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.