Geometric shapes are the very basic part of primary classes in Mathematics. Kids learn different geometric shapes in their 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. This post will cover the names, images, and definitions of these geometric shapes in English.

**Point**

A small dot-like shape to show the place of something is known as a point.

**Segment**

The part of a line b/w any two points on the line.

**Ray**

The half line is known as a ray.

**Line**

A line is a collection of continuous points in both directions.

**Angle**

An angle is formed when two rays share an endpoint.

**Circle**

The locus of equal distance point from the central point.

**Oval**

Any curve that looks like an egg.

**Polygon**

Any closed flat figure with three or more sides.

**Acute angle**

It is an angle whose measure is <90^{o}.

**Right Angle**

An angle whose measure = 90^{o}.

**Obtuse angle**

An angle whose measure is >90^{o}.

**Straight angle**

It is an angle whose measure =180^{o}.

**Acute triangle**

In this triangle, three interior angles are not greater than 90^{o} in measure.

**Scalene Triangle**

A triangle with 3 sides that are not equal to each other.

**Isosceles Triangle**

A triangle has 2 compatible sides.

**Right Triangle**

A triangle with a 90^{o} angle.

**Equilateral Triangle**

A triangle has 3 compatible sides & 3 compatible interior angles.

**Perpendicular**

2 co-planer lines that cross at right angles.

**Parallel**

Co-planer lines that do not cross each other at all.