What is shape of diamond? The diamond shape refers to the outline shape of the diamond as you look at it from the top down. Round, Oval, Princess, Emerald, Cushion, Heart, Marquise, Asscher, Pear, Trapeze and Baguette are all shapes, and are often referred to as ‘fancy shapes’.
Is a diamond a rhombus? While rhombus and trapezium are properly defined in mathematics, diamond (or diamond shape) is a layman’s term for rhombus. A quadrilateral with all sides equal are in length is known as a rhombus.
Is a diamond a parallelogram? A diamond is an example of a rhombus, as it has four sides of equal length, but they are slanted. Since a diamond is a rhombus, and a rhombus is a parallelogram, then a diamond is also a parallelogram. The illustration displays a shape with four sides of the same length, but no right angles at the corners.
What’s another name for a diamond shape?