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I would say it most closely resembles a teardrop shape. That's what it's referred to as within Microsoft PowerPoint: Screenshot courtesy of indezine.com Photoshop has a similar (yet not exactly the same) shape, they call it a raindrop.
This is going off the assumption that all of the strokes (That you want to delete) are the same color. You will first want to expand all of the shapes Object -> Expand. You will have to use the pathfinder options to separate the different shapes. Select all of the shapes and use the Divide option in the pathfinder window (Maybe someone knows a none ...
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