Common Lexeme


Keywords: geometry

Pronunciation (IPA): ' 
Part of Speech: term noun verb 
Class: skurun 
Forms: piramit, piramitys 
Glosses: pyramid, triangle, heap, triangular, pyramidal 


The word 'piramit' comes from international vocabulary ultimately from ancient Greek, with unclear origins before that. It refers to the structure and loosely the shape, potentially either a solid or a flat triangle. Because of New World Order iconography, the word has vaguely patriotic Globalist overtones. It can also have the sense of a vaguely pyramidal heap of something.

In a verb context, pyramit is informally used as a skurun verb meaning to stack something into a vaguely pyramidal heap.

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