conoid definition

  • adjective:
    • Shaped like a cone.
    • formed like a cone; conical
    • A Catalan surface most of whose rulings intersect some fixed line.
    • Resembling a cone; conoidal.
  • noun:
    • something that has a questionnaire resembling that of a cone.
    • a great formed because of the revolution of a conic section about its axis; ; -- more commonly called paraboloid, ellipsoid, etc.
    • A surface which can be created by a straight line moving in these types of a manner as constantly to generally meet confirmed straight line and confirmed curve, and continue parallel to certain airplane.
    • In geometry: a great formed by the transformation of a conic part about its axis. A skew surface which might be generated by a straight line transferring such a way as to touch a straight range and bend, and continue parallel to a given plane. A surface created because of the change of an arc of a circle about its sine.
    • In anatomy, the conarium or pineal human body.
    • A gastropod for the household Conidæ.
    • a shape whoever base is a circle and whose sides taper up to a spot
  • others:
    • Having the kind of a cone; conoidal.
    • In conchology, resembling or having the characters of the Conidæ.

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