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username5243 wrote:But all the other tessic truncates (rit, tat, thex, tah, sidpith, grit, prit) could, potentially, form uniform compounds of 3 of them similar to gico (3-tes) and stico (3-hex).
username5243 wrote:Hmm wonder if Bowers (or anyone else) has names thought up for these yet...
I've already played around with these as well as 2-tes and 2-ico versions. Here are the short names for them:
gico (3-tes)
gistic (6-tes)
haddet (2-hex)
dathah (2-tho)
chehah (2-tho in other orientation)
stico (3 hex)
sistic (6-hex)
tagi (3-tat)
tagistic (6-tat)
stic (2-ico)
tastic (2-tico)
brahdet (2-rit)
frahdet (2-firt)
dethnah (2-hinnit)
ragi (3-rit)
ragistic (6-rit)
quitagi (3-quitit)
quit gistic (6-quitit)
spagi (3-sidpith)
spagastic (6-sidpith)
giidi (3-gittith)
gicacdoc (6-gittith)
bithdit (2-tah)
bitagi (3-tah)
butgastic (6-tah)
gargi (3-grit)
gargastic (6-grit)
gaqragi (3-gaqrit)
gaqrigastic (6-gaqrit)
iditidi (3-thatoth)
cadoctadoc (6-thatoth)
idiquatidi (3-thaquitoth)
cadoc quitcadoc (6-thaquitoth)
pregi (3-prit)
pirgastic (6-prit)
gicdidi (3-gichado)
gicdacdoc (6-gichado)
serstic (2-srico)
wavatoc (2-wavaty)
garstic (2-grico)
gaqrestic (2-gaqri)
parstic (2-prico)
sutoc (2-suti)
doctadoc (2-ditdi)
giptic (2-gipti)
coquatidac (2-iquatoc)
coquatapdic (2-iquatpic)
I had these written in one of my spirals from several years ago.
These will be in categories C4 (tupens and threetesses) and C5 (tuicoes and sixtesses), C4 will also contain the 2-tesses. I'm making an attempt to list compound categories in 4-D, they'll be on my next website update. I also named all of the tupens and even done renders of them.
Jonathan B.
I missed a few on my list, I accidently skipped past the thex ones. I also noticed that I called 2-ico stic on that list, I'll need to check my notes to see where I called it stoc and where I called it stic:
thadet (2-thex)
tadthah (2-titho)
tachehah (2-titho b)
tasti (3-thex)
tasistic (6-thex)
Jonathan B.
Klitzing wrote:username5243 wrote:Hmm wonder if Bowers (or anyone else) has names thought up for these yet...
I contacted him privately and he answered me:I've already played around with these as well as 2-tes and 2-ico versions. Here are the short names for them:
gico (3-tes)
gistic (6-tes)
haddet (2-hex)
dathah (2-tho)
chehah (2-tho in other orientation)
stico (3 hex)
sistic (6-hex)
tagi (3-tat)
tagistic (6-tat)
stic (2-ico)
tastic (2-tico)
brahdet (2-rit)
frahdet (2-firt)
dethnah (2-hinnit)
ragi (3-rit)
ragistic (6-rit)
quitagi (3-quitit)
quit gistic (6-quitit)
spagi (3-sidpith)
spagastic (6-sidpith)
giidi (3-gittith)
gicacdoc (6-gittith)
bithdit (2-tah)
bitagi (3-tah)
butgastic (6-tah)
gargi (3-grit)
gargastic (6-grit)
gaqragi (3-gaqrit)
gaqrigastic (6-gaqrit)
iditidi (3-thatoth)
cadoctadoc (6-thatoth)
idiquatidi (3-thaquitoth)
cadoc quitcadoc (6-thaquitoth)
pregi (3-prit)
pirgastic (6-prit)
gicdidi (3-gichado)
gicdacdoc (6-gichado)
serstic (2-srico)
wavatoc (2-wavaty)
garstic (2-grico)
gaqrestic (2-gaqri)
parstic (2-prico)
sutoc (2-suti)
doctadoc (2-ditdi)
giptic (2-gipti)
coquatidac (2-iquatoc)
coquatapdic (2-iquatpic)
I had these written in one of my spirals from several years ago.
These will be in categories C4 (tupens and threetesses) and C5 (tuicoes and sixtesses), C4 will also contain the 2-tesses. I'm making an attempt to list compound categories in 4-D, they'll be on my next website update. I also named all of the tupens and even done renders of them.
Jonathan B.I missed a few on my list, I accidently skipped past the thex ones. I also noticed that I called 2-ico stic on that list, I'll need to check my notes to see where I called it stoc and where I called it stic:
thadet (2-thex)
tadthah (2-titho)
tachehah (2-titho b)
tasti (3-thex)
tasistic (6-thex)
Jonathan B.
--- rk
Mercurial, the Spectre wrote:Klitzing wrote:username5243 wrote:Hmm wonder if Bowers (or anyone else) has names thought up for these yet...
I contacted him privately and he answered me:I've already played around with these as well as 2-tes and 2-ico versions. Here are the short names for them:
gico (3-tes)
gistic (6-tes)
haddet (2-hex)
dathah (2-tho)
chehah (2-tho in other orientation)
stico (3 hex)
sistic (6-hex)
tagi (3-tat)
tagistic (6-tat)
stic (2-ico)
tastic (2-tico)
brahdet (2-rit)
frahdet (2-firt)
dethnah (2-hinnit)
ragi (3-rit)
ragistic (6-rit)
quitagi (3-quitit)
quit gistic (6-quitit)
spagi (3-sidpith)
spagastic (6-sidpith)
giidi (3-gittith)
gicacdoc (6-gittith)
bithdit (2-tah)
bitagi (3-tah)
butgastic (6-tah)
gargi (3-grit)
gargastic (6-grit)
gaqragi (3-gaqrit)
gaqrigastic (6-gaqrit)
iditidi (3-thatoth)
cadoctadoc (6-thatoth)
idiquatidi (3-thaquitoth)
cadoc quitcadoc (6-thaquitoth)
pregi (3-prit)
pirgastic (6-prit)
gicdidi (3-gichado)
gicdacdoc (6-gichado)
serstic (2-srico)
wavatoc (2-wavaty)
garstic (2-grico)
gaqrestic (2-gaqri)
parstic (2-prico)
sutoc (2-suti)
doctadoc (2-ditdi)
giptic (2-gipti)
coquatidac (2-iquatoc)
coquatapdic (2-iquatpic)
I had these written in one of my spirals from several years ago.
These will be in categories C4 (tupens and threetesses) and C5 (tuicoes and sixtesses), C4 will also contain the 2-tesses. I'm making an attempt to list compound categories in 4-D, they'll be on my next website update. I also named all of the tupens and even done renders of them.
Jonathan B.I missed a few on my list, I accidently skipped past the thex ones. I also noticed that I called 2-ico stic on that list, I'll need to check my notes to see where I called it stoc and where I called it stic:
thadet (2-thex)
tadthah (2-titho)
tachehah (2-titho b)
tasti (3-thex)
tasistic (6-thex)
Jonathan B.
--- rk
I would be interested in their convex hulls.
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