Is a cigar that has straight sides and a rounded head. This specification would apply to the majority of cigars we see every day.
The cigar shpae "Chisel" has a head like a torpedo, but is pressed in a way that resembles a chisel.
One of the most popular of shaped cigars, the torpedo is plainly a "Parejo" with a pointed end head.
Essentially a "Parejo" with a closed foot.
A pyramid is narrow from head to foot. Numerous smokers falsely name "Torpedoes" as "Pyramids" as the resemblance can be deceiving.
This cigar is narrow at the head and foot. Commonly to a point at both ends, and bulbous in the middle
Three intertwined cigars bind together at both ends by twine or string.