These are the truncates of the regular compounds. The last one is a quasitruncate. All of these are orientable.

**C7. Tisso** - (TISS so) truncated stella octangula, or truncated stellated octahedron. Faces are 8 triangles and 8 hexagons. It is a compound of 2 tuts. It has 24 vertices and its verf is an isosceles triangle.

**C8. Taki** - (TAK ee) truncated chiricosahedron. Faces are 20 triangles and 20 hexagons. It is a compound of 5 tuts and it is chiral. It has 60 vertices and its verf is an isosceles triangle. Taki shows up as combocells in many of the idcossids and dircospids.

**C9. Te** - (TE) truncated icosicosahedron. Faces are 40 triangles which are paired up and 40 hexagons, also paired up. It is a compound of 10 tuts. It has 120 vertices. Its verf is an isosceles triangle (isot for short). Te shows up in many of the idcossids and dircospids as combocells.

**C10. Tar** - (TAR) truncated rhombihedron, previously called hyperhombicosicosahedron (harie). Faces are 30 octagons and 40 triangles (20 pairs). It is the compound of 5 tics. It has 60 vertices. Its verf is an isot.

**C11. Quitar** - (quit TAR) quasitruncated rhombihedron, previously called quasihyperhombicosicosahedron (quahri). Faces are 30 octagrams and 40 triangles (20 pairs). It is a compound of 5 quiths. It has 60 vertices and its verf is an isot.

Conjugate Pairs: tar-quitar.

Self Conjugates: tisso, taki, te.

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