# Cone vs Cond - What's the difference?

cone | cond |

## As a noun

is cone.

## As an adjective

abbreviation of conditional.

## As a verb

(obsolete) to con (a ship).
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The fruit of a conifer.
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## As a noun **cone**

is cone. ## As an adjective **cond** is

abbreviation of conditional. ## As a verb **cond** is

(obsolete) to con (a ship). # cone

## English

(*wikipedia cone*)

### Noun

(*en noun*)

*label*) A surface of revolution formed by rotating a segment of a line around another line that intersects the first line.

*label*) A solid of revolution formed by rotating a triangle around one of its altitudes.

*label*) 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.

*The Illustrated Oxford Dictionary*, Oxford University Press, 1998

*label*) The bowl piece on a bong.

*label*) The process of smoking cannabis in a bong.

*label*) A cone-shaped cannabis joint.

*label*) A passenger on a cruise ship (so-called by employees after traffic cones, from the need to navigate around them)

*label*) Given a diagram

*F'' : ''J'' → ''C'', a ''cone'' consists of an object ''N'' of ''C'', together with a family of morphisms ψ*, ψ).

_{''X''}: ''N'' → ''F''(''X'') indexed by all of the objects of ''J'', such that for every morphism ''f'' : ''X'' → ''Y'' in ''J'', $F(f)\; \backslash circ\; \backslash psi\_X\; =\; \backslash psi\_Y$. Then ''N'' is the ''vertex'' of the ''cone'', whose ''sides'' are all the ψ_{''X''}indexed by Ob(''J'') and whose ''base'' is ''F''. The ''cone'' is said to be "from ''N'' to ''F''" and can be denoted as (''N- «Let
*J'' be an index category which has an initial object ''I''. Let ''F'' be a diagram of type ''J'' in ''C''. Then category ''C'' contains a cone from ''F''(''I'') to ''F*.»

- «If category
*C'' has a cone from ''N'' to ''F'' and a morphism from ''M'' to ''N'', then category ''C'' also has a cone from ''M'' to ''F*.»

*Conus*, having a conical form.

#### Synonyms

* (*geometry*) conical surface * (

*ice cream cone*) cornet, ice cream cone

#### Derived terms

{{der3, coneflower , conepiece , conic , conic section , ice cream cone , nose cone , traffic cone}}#### See also

* quean * queen### Verb

*label*) To fashion into the shape of a

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*label*) To segregate or delineate an area using traffic cones