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**List of shapes name**

- Circle
- Triangle
- Square
- Rectangle
- Right triangle
- Parallelogram
- Rhombus
- Star
- Cube
- Cuboid
- Pyramid
- Prism
- Diamond
- Cylinder
- Sphere
- Hemisphere
- Cone
- Heart
- Pentagon
- Hexagon
- Heptagon
- Octagon
- Nonagon
- Decagon
- Trapezoid
- Trapezium
- Kite
- Crescent
- Arrow
- Cross
- Quadrilateral
- Semicircle
- Ring
- Oval
- Tetrahedron
- Octahedron
- Square pyramid
- Hexagonal pyramid
- Triangular prism
- Rectangular prism
- Pentagonal prism

**Shapes Name & detailed with Pictures**

**Circle:-**

A circle is formed by many points whose locus lies at an exact distance from its central point. The circumference is the outer diameter of a circle. It has an angle of 360°.

**Triangle:-**

A triangle is a closed structure with three sides and three angles that are less than 90 degrees.

**Square:-**

A square is a quadrilateral uniform with all sides equal and angles of 90 degrees.

**Rectangle:-**

A rectangle is a quadrilateral that has two opposite sides and all angles at the vertices equal to 90 degrees.

**Right triangle:-**

The right triangle is also known as the right-angled triangular, with one angle being 90 degrees and the sum of two angles being 90 degrees.

**Parallelogram:-**

Parallelograms are quadrilaterals whose sides and angles (not 90°) are equal in size.

**Rhombus:-**

A rhombus can also be called a square, but the only difference is that opposite angles are equal but not 90 degrees.

**Star:-**

A simple star polygon can be described as a combination of multiple polygons that form an equiangular star-like structure.

**Cube:-**

A cube is a 3-dimensional, solid square-like structure with six faces, twelve edges and eight vertices.

**Cuboid:-**

A cuboidal, a 3-dimensional rectangular solid structure, has six rectangular faces, twelve edges, and eight vertices.

**Pyramid:-**

A pyramid is a 3-dimensional structure with a square ground plan. The outside faces of a pyramid look like triangles and meet at the tip.

**Prism:-**

A prism, a 3-dimensional solid structure, is made up of parallel faces that are polygonal and lateral faces that are rectangular. They are named for their parallel faces.

**Diamond:-**

A diamond, a solid-crystalline carbon compounds, is the hardest mineral. It is also the brightest and most colorless.

**Cylinder:-**

A cylinder is a 3-dimensional solid construction whose curving cylindrical surface is perpendicularly connected to two circular bases. The axis of a cylinder is the center of the circular base.

**Sphere:-**

A sphere is a 3-dimensional solid celestial figure that is closed and spherical.

**Hemisphere:-**

The hemisphere, or half of the celestial body, is separated from the horizon.

**Cone:-**

A cone is a 3-dimensional form with a circular base and a curved upper surface. It is located at the center of the base.

**Heart:-**

A shape called the heart looks almost like a heart.

**Pentagon:-**

A pentagon is a five-sided polygon with five equal sides. The angle between the vertices at each vertice is 108 degrees.

**Hexagon:-**

A hexagon is a triangular polygon with six equal sides and a 120 degree angle between its vertices.

**Heptagon:-**

A heptagon, a polygon with seven equal sides and equal angles, is called a heptagon.

**Octagon:-**

The octagon, a polygon with eight equal sides and eight angles, measures 135 degrees.

**Nonagon:-**

Nonagons are polygons that have nine equal sides and nine angles measuring 140 degrees each.

**Decagon:-**

A decagon is a type of polygon with ten sides and ten angles measuring 144 degrees.

**Trapezoid:-**

A trapezoid can be described as a quadrilateral that has two parallel sides and two lateral sides.

**Kite:-**

A kite is a quadrilateral structure that has equal length on its adjacent sides and equal angles at its two ends.

**Crescent:-**

A crescent is a curving shape with two pointed ends. The crescent’s shape looks like a half moon.

**Arrow:-**

An arrow is a combination between a line and an arch mark at its tip. It can be used to point at something or to give directions.

**Cross:-**

A cross is formed by two lines that intersect at their midpoints, creating an angle of 90 degrees.

**Quadrilateral:-**

A quadrilateral can be described as a random, four-sided polygon with neither equal sides nor equal angles at the vertices.

**Semicircle:-**

Semicircles are half-circles with angles of 180 degrees or more are called semicircles.

**Ring:-**

A ring is a circular band with a long stripe that serves various purposes, such as holding connections or other purposes.

**Oval:-**

An oval is formed by a curve that is closed to a plane. It looks like an egg or a circle compressed into a single shape.

**Tetrahedron:-**

The shape of a tetrahedron is a triangular pyramid with no parallel faces, sides or edges. All vertices are at the same distance from one another.

**Octahedron:-**

An octahedron, a polyhedron that looks like two pyramids joined from the base sides, is a polyhedron. It has six edges, eight triangular faces and eight vertices.

**Square pyramid:-**

A square pyramid is any pyramid with a square base. An equilateral pyramid is one that has all edges equal.

**2D Shapes Name**

- Arrow
- Circle
- Crescent
- Cross
- Decagon
- Heart
- Heptagon
- Hexagon
- Kite
- Nonagon
- Octagon
- Oval
- Parallelogram
- Pentagon
- Quadrilateral
- Rectangle
- Rhombus
- Right triangle
- Ring
- Semicircle
- Square
- Star
- Trapezium
- Trapezoid
- Triangle

**3D Shapes Name**

- Cone
- Cube
- Cuboid
- Cylinder
- Diamond
- Hemisphere
- Hexagonal pyramid
- Octahedron
- Pentagonal prism
- Prism
- Pyramid
- Rectangular prism
- Sphere
- Square pyramid
- Tetrahedron
- Triangular prism