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# conoid

## Definitions

### from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

• adjective Shaped like a cone.

### from The Century Dictionary.

• In conchology, resembling or having the characters of the Conidæ.
• noun A gastropod of the family Conidæ.
• Having the form of a cone; conoidal.
• noun In geometry: A solid formed by the revolution of a conic section about its axis. A skew surface which may be generated by a straight line moving in such a manner as to touch a straight line and curve, and continue parallel to a given plane. A surface generated by the revolution of an arc of a circle about its sine.
• noun In anatomy, the conarium or pineal body.

### from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

• adjective Resembling a cone; conoidal.
• noun Anything that has a form resembling that of a cone.
• noun A solid formed by the revolution of a conic section about its axis; ; -- more commonly called paraboloid, ellipsoid, etc.
• noun A surface which may be generated by a straight line moving in such a manner as always to meet a given straight line and a given curve, and continue parallel to a given plane.

### from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

• adjective Shaped like a cone; conical
• adjective geometry A Catalan surface all of whose rulings intersect some fixed line.

• noun a shape whose base is a circle and whose sides taper up to a point

cone +‎ -oid

## Examples

• That the center of gravity of a segment of a right conoid which is cut off by a plane perpendicular to the axis, lies on the straight line which is the axis of the segment divided in such a way that the portion at the vertex is twice as great as the remainder, may be perceived by our method in the following way:

Geometrical Solutions Derived from Mechanics; a Treatise of Archimedes

• That the center of gravity of a segment of a right conoid which is cut off by a plane perpendicular to the axis, lies on the straight line which is the axis of the segment divided in such a way that the portion at the vertex is twice as great as the remainder, may be perceived by our method in the following way:

Geometrical Solutions Derived from Mechanics; a Treatise of Archimedes

• That the center of gravity of a segment of a right conoid which is cut off by a plane perpendicular to the axis, lies on the straight line which is the axis of the segment divided in such a way that the portion at the vertex is twice as great as the remainder, may be perceived by our method in the following way:

Geometrical Solutions Derived from Mechanics; a Treatise of Archimedes

• Dazedly he saw a crimson conoid cloud spinning up and over the mountain slopes.

The Bloody Crown of Conan

• Down the mountain-slopes, like a whorl of shining dust blown before the wind, a crimson, conoid cloud came dancing.

The Bloody Crown of Conan

• The Hindus I believe to have been the first who symbolised by an equilateral triangle their peculiar cult, the Yoni-Linga: in their temple architecture, it became either a conoid or a perfect pyramid.

Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

• The only large building is the Jami or Cathedral, a long barn of poverty-stricken appearance, with broken-down gates, and two white-washed minarets of truncated conoid shape.

First footsteps in East Africa

• Down the mountain-slopes, like a whorl of shining dust blown before the wind, a crimson, conoid cloud came dancing.

The Bloody Crown Of Conan

• On these heights, which are mostly conoid with rounded tops, joined by ridges and saddlebacks, various kinds of Acacia cast a pallid and sickly green, like the olive tree upon the hills of Provence.

First footsteps in East Africa

• Frequent ant-hills gave an appearance of habitation to a desert still covered with the mosques and tombs of old Adel; and the shape of the country had gradually changed, basins and broad slopes now replacing the thickly crowded conoid peaks of the lower regions.

First footsteps in East Africa