Polyhedrons such as pyramids and cuboids
An organic shape, is a shape that has no name. For instance; if you make a blob. That's organic. Then there's non-organic. Non-organic shapes has a name. Like a square or a prism.
A mobius strip has only two sides. As for the general name for such a class of shapes there is none.
square * * * * * "Pyramid" is the name given to a class of solid (3-dimensional) shapes whose base can be a polygon with any number of sides. All other faces are triangles which meet at the apex of the pyramid.
Because CUBOID it is a name given to a certain kind of solid shape.
A solid shape.
in 2d shapes a quadrilateral
A cloud? I don't think the shape has a name. Cloud-shaped, I guess? D:========================Clouds have irregular shapes and geometers do not have names for such shapes.However, cloud shapes do fall into families and the types of clouds have been studied and classified and given names.The related link below may be helpful.
i dont know a sploch
Vases come in all sorts of shapes.
N-gon for a closed plane figure bounded by straight line segments as sides, or otherwise try just "Shape"
It is simply a shape which has two bases which are regular polygons. There is no special name for such shapes.