tapla
gismu x_{1} is a tile/cake [shape/form] of material x_{2}, shape x_{3}, thickness x_{4}. A tile is a 3dimensional 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 approximately2dimensional block, lijyclupa  a loop composed of lines). (cf. bliku, kubli, matci; karda, for which the 3rd dimension is insignificant, bliku, kurfa, matci, plita, tarmi)


lo dargu sefta cu vasru lo tapla
The road pavement contains tiles.


lo tapla poi farlu fi le drudi cu porpi lo ve'i spisa
The tiles that fell from the roof broke into small pieces.


drutapla


karda


matci


kubli


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.


plita


bliku
gismu rafsi: bli x_{1} is a block [3dimensional shape/form] of material x_{2}, surfaces/sides x_{3}. x_{3} 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.


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.
