2. Vrsta crepa (ital.)
ETYM Old Eng. biker; akin to Icel. bikarr, Swed. bägare, Dan. baeger, German becher, Italian bicchiere; -- all from Late Lat. bicarium, prob. from Greek bikos wine jar, or perh. Latin bacar wine vessel. Related to Pitcher a jug.
1. Made of glass or plastic; flat bottomed; used for chemistry.
2. Usually without a handle.
ETYM AS. cuppe, Late Lat. cuppa cup; cf. Latin cupa tub, cask; cf. also Greek kyph hut, Skr. kűpa pit, hollow, Old Slav. kupa cup. Related to Coop, Cupola, Cowl a water vessel, and Cob, Coif, Cop.
1. A small open container usually used for drinking.
2. Any cup-shaped concavity.
3. The quantity a cup will hold; SYN. cupful.
4. A large metal vessel with two handles that is awarded to the winner of a competition; SYN. loving cup.
5. A liquid unit (used in the US) equal to 8 fluid ounces.
6. Punch served in a pitcher instead of a punch bowl.
7. The hole (or metal container in the hole) on a golf green.
8. Cup-shaped plant organ.
ETYM French gobelet, Late Lat. gobeletus, gobellus; cf. Latin cupa tub, cask. Related to Cupel.
A drinking glass with a base and stem.
ETYM Dutch roemer, romer, akin to German römer, Swed. remmare; perhaps properly, Roman.
A large drinking glass (ovoid bowl on a stem) for drinking toasts.
Geometrijsko telo, čunj (ital.)
In geometry, a solid or surface consisting of the set of all straight lines passing through a fixed point (the vertex) and the points of a circle or ellipse whose plane does not contain the vertex. A circular cone of perpendicular height, with its apex above the center of the circle, is known as a right circular cone; it is generated by rotating an isosceles triangle or framework about its line of symmetry. A right circular cone of perpendicular height h and base of radius r has a volume V = 1/3pr2h. The distance from the edge of the base of a cone to the vertex is called the slant height. In a right circular cone of slant height l, the curved surface area is prl, and the area of the base is pr2. Therefore the total surface area A = prl + pr2 = pr(l + r).