1 any cone-shaped artifact
4 visual receptor cell sensitive to color [syn: cone cell, retinal cone] v : make cone-shaped; "cone a tire"
- Rhymes: -əʊn
- A surface of revolution formed by rotating a segment of a line around another line that intersects the first line.
- A solid of revolution formed by rotating a triangle around one of its altitudes.
- A space formed by taking the direct product of a given space with a closed interval and identifying all of one end to a point.
- Anything shaped like a cone.
- The fruit of a conifer.
- An ice cream cone.
- A unit of volume, applied solely to marijuana and only while it is in a smokable state; roughly 1.5 cubic centimetres, depending on use.
- Any of the small cone-shaped structures in the retina.
surface of revolution
solid of revolution
anything shaped like a cone
See ice cream cone
fruit of conifers
- Czech: šiška
- French: cône
- German: Zapfen
- Russian: шишка
- Polish: szyszka
photosensitive cell in retina
- Czech: čípek
- Russian: колбочка
- In the context of "pottery": To fashion into the shape of a cone.
A cone (from the Greek κῶνος, Latin conu) is a basic geometrical shape; see cone (geometry).
Cone may also refer to:
- Conifer cone, a seed-bearing organ on conifer plants
- Cone cell, in anatomy, a type of light-sensitive cell found along with rods in the retina of the eye
- Cone snail, a carnivorous molluscs of the family Conidae
- Elizabethan collar, a cone-shaped collar worn by pets
- Ice cream cone, an edible container in which ice cream is served, shaped like an inverted cone open at its top
- Pyrometric cone, in ceramic manufacture, a contolled mixture of minerals used to gauge the extent of firing
- Traffic cone, a brightly colored cone-shaped plastic object commonly used as a temporary traffic barrier or warning sign
- Skid cone, a cone like object place before a log in forrestry
- Volcanic cone, a mountain formed by material ejected from a volcanic vent
- A type of optical fiber that tapers almost to a point
- The part of a loudspeaker that moves the air, creating sound waves constantly
- A colloquial Australian term for cannabis, most commonly a bong load or 'bowl' of cannabis
- In cartography, a type of projection; see map projection
As a proper name:
- Cone (geometry), a basic solid shape
- Cone (category theory), a family of morphisms resembling a geometric cone
- Cone (formal languages), an abstract family of languages that contains the languages with a regular grammar
- Cone (linear algebra), a subset of vector space closed under positive scaling
- Cone (topology) of a set X, namely the union of all line segments connecting a fixed point to points of X
- Cone graph, in graph theory, a graph with a universal vertex
- Conic section, any curve obtained by cutting a conical surface by an arbitrary plane
- Conical surface, generated by a moving line with one fixed point
- Convex cone, a special case of the above that is closed under convex combinations
- Mapping cone (homological algebra) of a map of chain complexes
- Projective cone, a similar (but more general) concept in projective geometry
- Conical projection, either a central projection or a perspective projection
cone in Catalan: Con (desambiguació)
cone in German: Kegel
cone in Spanish: Cono
cone in French: Cône
cone in Icelandic: Keila
cone in Italian: Cono
cone in Dutch: Kegel
cone in Polish: Stożek
cone in Portuguese: Cone (desambiguação)
cone in Ukrainian: konus
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