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TV/ Movies: Who finds a tiny flying saucer on her roof in "The Invaders"*agnes moorehead
! UnScramble this Word: a ! h m w*wham
"...... they're all doing the monster mash and most of the taxis and the whores are only taking calls for cash" What's the Dire Straits song title*Your Latest Trick
"7x" was used to refer to the secret ingredient of what drink*coca cola
"____ in the name of love"*stop
"All human life is there" - a quotation from Henry James - was used to promote which British Sunday newspaper in the 1950s*news of the world
"And the big wheel keep on turning neon burning up above and I'm just high on the world come on and take the low ride with me girl on the....." What's the Dire Straits song title*tunnel of love
"As free as the wind blows, as free as the grass grows'. What is the song title*Born Free
"Baby It's You" was just one of the many hits of the early 60's for this girl group*The Shirelles
"Beverly Hills Cop", when Axel Foley enters the hotel, he uses an alias. Who does he say he works for, and who does he say he's going to interview?*Rolling Stone,Michael Jackson
"Boy", as in Tallboy and Lowboy, is derived from the French word for what*wood
"But touch my tears with your lips, touch my world with your fingertips" what is the queen song title*Who Wants to Live Forever
"City Lights" was the name of a film by whom*Charlie Chaplin*Chaplin
"Do unto others as you would have others do unto you" is also called what*golden rule
"Don't You Feel Like Cryin', Don't You Feel Like Cryin'" what is the song name*cry to me
"Dragon Whiskers" is a type of tea from what country*China
"Earth has not anything to show more fair" is the first line of a poem by whom*wordworth
"Erse" is another name for which language*gaelic
"faux pas" means ___________*mistake
"fruit smack flavored syrup" was the original name of*kool aid
"Funky Cold Medina,"*Tone Loc
"Gherkins" are a type of ______*pickle
"Heh, heh. Those darn ninjas. They're _____."*wacky
"I Melt With You" was this band's signature hit, released on their after the snow album in 1982*Modern English
"I'm a soldier of fortune, I'm a dog of war ..." What's the Dire Straits song title*Ride Across the River
"Is There Something I Should Know"*Duran Duran
"it only takes a _____ to get a fire going"*spark
"It's a Shame About Ray" was released in 1992 and rereleased later with a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's Mrs Robinson. which band was it*Lemonheads
"Janie's Got a Gun" was on their 1989 album "Pump"*Aerosmith
"Kiss On My List",*Hall and Oates
"Little Boy" & "Fat Man" were the first*atomic bombs
"Louis, 1 think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship" are the last words of which film*casablanca
"Mr Boddy" is the murder victim in what board game*clue
"Mr. Mojo Risin" is an anagram for...*Jim Morrison.
"Never Say Never,"*Romeo Void
"Night of he Hunter' was the only film directed by which actor*charles laughton
"Oliver's Story" was the sequel to which best-seller by Erich Segal*love story
"One shaft of light that shows the way, no mortal man can win this day" what is the Queen song title*A Kind of Magic
"Other Woman,"*Ray Parker Jr
"Paranomia,"*Art of Noise w/ Max Headroom
"Politics of Dancing",*Re-Flex
"Poppy Field" and "Water Lilies" were painted by which artist*claude monet
"Queen of Hearts"*Juice Newton
"retro" is latin for what*backward
"Rock 'n' Roll High School,"*The Ramones
"Slow Ride" was Foghats biggest hit from this album released in 1975?*fool for the city
"The Voyage of The Beagle" told of which scientist's discoveries*Charles Darwin*Darwin
"Two of Us,"*Grover Washington with Bill Withers
"Vissi D'Arte" is a famous aria from a Puccini opera in which the eponymous heroine is an opera singer. Name the opera*tosca
"Who" is in every episode of the tv series 'Seinfeld'*Superman
' _____ of Love' by Frankie Lymon*ABC's
'2112' was the first in a long line of gold and platinum albums for which canadian trio*Rush
'7x' was used to refer to the secret ingredient of which drink*Coca-Cola*Coca Cola*Coke
'Admiral', 'soda', & 'zero' ultimately derive from which language*arabic
'Baby I see this world has made you sad, some people can be bad ..." What is the Dire Straits song title*Why Worry
'Baby's Breath' is the common name for which plant*gypsophila
'Back in the Habit' is the sub-title to which film sequel*sister act
'Beat It' by Michael Jackson was the single of the year What year was it*1983
'Birdseye' introduced fish fingers into the UK in what year*1955
'Bowser' and 'Jocko' have been two prominent members of what very successful rock & roll nostalgia act?*Sha Na Na
'Calvados' is a brandy made from what*apples
'Coco-cola' was invented in which year*1886
'Cucullus' is the latin word for what part of a monk's robe or a woman's sweater*Cowl
'Daffodils' belong to which genus of bulb*narcissus
'Dephlogisticated air' was the name given by Joseph Priestley to which gas*oxygen
'Dr. Feelgood' was which group's last album with Vince Neill*Motley Crue
'Empire Strikes Back' when the ghost of Obi Wan Kenobi said that Luke was their last hope against the Empire, who was Yoda refering to when he said: "No, there is another"?*Princess Leia
'Fall Down' was a hit for which Santa Barbara band*Toad the Wet Sprocket
'Four legs good, two legs bad' is a quotation from which novel*animal farm
'Framboise' is a liqueur flavoured with what*raspberries
'Frodo. Gandalf and Bilbo Baggins are all characters from what*the lord of the rings
'Give Me Just a Little More Time' was recorded by which group in 1970*Chairman of the Board
'Going Undergound' was a hit for The Jam in which year*1980
'Hang on Sloopy' was the official rock song of which band*Ohio
'Honeydew' is a variety of what*melon
'Hook and eye', 'strap', 'tee', 'butt' and 'blind' are all types of what*hinges
'Hotel California' by the Eagles was single of the year and 'Rumours' by Fleetwood Mac was the album of the year. Which year was it*1977
'Humbert Humbert' is a character in which book*lolita
'I sing of arms and the man' is the first line of which famous work*the aeneid
'I was Born under a Wand'rin Star' came from which film*paint your wagon
'I'll Never Fall In Love Again' came from which musical*promises promises
'I'm Gonna Be'(500 miles) was a hit for who*the proclaimers
'In the movie 'Aliens', what was Newt's real name?*Rebecca Jorden
'Induction', 'compression', 'ignition' and' exhaust' are the main elements of what*4 stroke engine cycle
'It's a mystery to me, the game commences for the usual fee ..." What's the Dire Straits song title*Private Investigations
'Kiss on My List' was which duo's second number one hit*Hall and Oates
'Lady when you're with me I'm smiling' were lyrics from which group's 1973 second album*Styx
'Maraschino' is a liqueur flavoured with what*cherries
'Middle of the Road' was recorded by which group in 1984*Pretenders
'Moussaka" is a traditional dish from which country*greece
'Moving On Up' by M-people was released in what year*1993
'My Name is Mud' was on pork soda released in 1993 by which group*Primus
'New Miserable Experience' was which group's first album in 1993*Gin
'Old Moore's Almanac' was founded in what year*1699
'One Tin Soldier' recorded by Coven, was the theme song for what movie*Billy Jack
'Operation Desert Storm' took place in 1989, 1991 or 1995*1991
'Panther Cap', 'Stinkhorn' and 'Penny Bun' are types of which plants*fungi
'Papa Doc' was president of which Caribbean republic until his death in 1967*haiti
'Paper Lace' told Billy not to be a hero in which year*1974
'Piano Man' was which man's first successful album in 1974*Billy Joel
'Pip' is the hero in which novel by Charles Dickens*great expectations
'Pushin' Too Hard' was the notable song recorded by which group in the 60's*Seeds
'Rennet' is an extract from the stomachs of which animal*calves
'Riotous Assembly' was the first novel by which author*tom sharpe
'Sheriff' is actually a contraction of which words*Shire's Reeve
'Siamese Dream' was which chicago-based group's breakthrough second album*Smashing Pumpkins
'Slow Ride' was Foghat's biggest hit from which album released in 1975*Fool
'Soling Star' and 'Fin' are categories in which sport*yachting
'Steptoe and Son' was the model for which amercian sitcom*All in the Family
'Teenage riot' and 'silver rocket' are two cuts off which alternative rock group's 1988 'daydream nation' album*Sonic Youth
'The 900 Days' is a chronicle about what group's siege of Leningrad*nazi
'The 900 days' is a chronicle about whose siege of Leningrad*nazi
'The 900 Days' is a chronicle of the Nazi siege of what city*Leningrad
'The amazing Spider Man' was one of the first comic books to have a story in which one of the supporting characters ____*dies
'The Diary of Anne Frank' was first published in English under what title*Diary of a Young Girl
'The girls'll go crazy for a....' what is the name of this ZZ-Top tune*Sharp
'The Merry Man and his Maid', is the alternate title for which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta*yeoman of the guard
'The Shining' was the film playing at the drive-in in which film*Twister
'The Slave of Duty', is the alternate title for which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta*pirates of penzance
'There's Something About Mary' starring Cameron Diaz was released in what year*1998
'This ain't no party, this ain't no disco ..' were lyrics from which group's 1979 release 'Life During Wartime'*Talking Heads
'Toheroa Soup' is a traditional dish from which country*new zealand
'Tres Hombres' was the 1973 release by which El Paso Texas band known for the beards*ZZ-Top*ZZ top
'Under My Wheels' and 'Be My Lover' were cuts of whose 1971 'Killer' release*Alice Cooper
'We had joy, we had fun ..' what is the song title*Seasons in the Sun
'White Room' was a hit off which Eric Clapton album*Cream
'Williamine' is a liqueur made from what*pears
'You get a shiver in the dark, it's raining in the park ...' What's the Dire Straits song title*Sultans of Swing
'Zephyr' is the poetic name for what*west wind
(which he got from Molly Ringwald)?*Underpants
007: What James Bond film used the space shuttle*Moonraker
007: Who most often played James Bond's chief*Bernard Lee
1 How many ribs does a human have*24
1 pm In military time is how many hours*1300
100 zeros after the number 1 is a very very large number called what*googol
11 am In military time is how many hours*1100
11:37 pm In military time is how many hours*2337
18th century French dance*gavotte
1991 Gulf War: What missiles did the Allies use to intercept Iraqi SCUDS*Patriots
1992 who was found sane in Milwaukee after he killed & cut up 15 young kids*jeffrey dahmer
1992 - What album did Neil Young release as a sequel to his 1972 lp Harvest*Harvest Moon
1992 - What Biblical disease did 39 Texans come down with in 1992*leprosy
1992 - What british actor penned the autobiography 'What's It All About'*Michael Caine*Caine
1992 - What continent had the greatest explosion of AIDS cases*Africa
1992 - What democrat won the New Hampshire primary*paul tsongas
1992 - What did the church of england allow women to become*Priests
1992 - What Ice-T opus offers the line: "Die, Pig, Die"*Cop Killer
1992 - What MTV Veejay co-starred in Encino Man*Pauly Shore
1992 - What office is the Penguin running for in Batman Returns*Mayor
1992 - What pop star chose to name one of her companies Slutco*Madonna
1992 - What san francisco 49ers star was listed as the highest paid*joe
1992 - What spanish cyclist won his second tour de france*miguel indurain
1992 - What type of flies flew on the space shuttle Endeavour*Fruit Flies
1992: What city saw 3,700 fires started on the last two days of April*los angeles
1992: What New York Yankees 1927 jersey fetched a record $360,000*lou gehrigs
1992: what PBS newsman moderated the first presidential debate*jim lehrer
1992: What word ends the book title "Rubbish! The Archeology of _____"*garbage
1994 - You can rent an AK-47 assault rifle in Johannesburg for as little a*fifty dollars a day*50 dollars a day
1B.In the Roman Catholic church, what is a devotion of prayers or services on nine consecutive days called*a novena
1k equals how many bytes*1024
1n the 1960s, what was the name of the Wolseley version of the Austin Mini*hornet
2 Which Australian city is named after William IV's Queen*adelaide
220 yards equals one*Furlong
24-karat gold has to have a small amount of _____ in it to keep it from being too soft*copper
25 points were given to a laff-alympics team for placing first in a given event. How many for placing second*fifteen*15
25 years after first playing James Bond Sean Connery won an Oscar for his part in which film*the untouchables
25th anniversary is silver, what's the 6th*Iron
264,000 bottles of what were recalled after 7 people died*Tylenol
2a What name is given to the 1913 show of artists' work in New York, which is often regarded as the beginning of public interest in progressive art in the U.S.A.*the armory show
3 Who was the first director of Britain's National Theatre*laurence olivier
3-D that can be seen without glasses is also known as this*stereoscopic
3.26 light years equals one....*parsec
34-40 knots wind speed signifies what weather condition*Gale
36-inch tall Charles Sherwood was better known as __________*general tom thumb
3b.In which alcoholic spirit might you find a worm in the bottle*tequila
4 In which country was Rudyard Kipling born*india
4B. What was built on the site of the old Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York*empire state building
4B.In which novel by George Eliot is Eppie Cass adopted by a miser whose gold has been stolen by her father*silas marner
5:45 pm In military time is how many hours*1745
60's tv: who lived at 000 cemetery lane*Addams Family
7:25 pm In military time is how many hours*1925
80s Films: "A dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste."*Steel Magnolias
80s Films: "A woman is a hole, isn't that what they say?"*Witches of Eastwick
80s Films: "Class dismissed. I have an enormous headache in my eye."*Throw Mama from the Train
80s Films: "Did you have a brain tumor for breakfast?"*Heathers
80s Films: "Did you know that organized crime is the fourth largest employer in New Jersey?"*Wiseguys
80s Films: "Do math majors multiply? Do eggs get laid?"*Moonlighting
80s Films: "Do you know how to get good penetration?"*Wildcats
80s Films: "Ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?"*Batman
80s Films: "F^ck me gently with a chainsaw."*Heathers
80s Films: "Halloween in Hollywood is redundant."*Glitter Dome
80s Films: "He called me a baboon! He thinks I'm his wife!"*Caddyshack
80s Films: "How much for the women?"*Blues Brothers
80s Films: "I love the South Bronx. Anywhere you go from there is up."*Fame
80s Films: "I want to be just like you. All I need is a lobotomy and some
80s Films: "If brains were dynamite, you couldn't blow your nose."*American Graffiti
80s Films: "In New Jersey, anything can happen."*Purple Rose of Cairo
80s Films: "In the Southeast, they say if you want to go to heaven, you have to change planes in Atlanta."*Accidental Tourist
80s Films: "Is this Heaven?" "No, it's Iowa."*Field of Dreams
80s Films: "It happens sometimes. People just explode."*Repo Man
80s Films: "Last time I saw a mouth like that, it had a hook in it!"*Caddyshack
80s Films: "Mister, if you don't shut up, I'm gonna kick 100 percent of your ass!"*Fast Times at Ridgemont High
80s Films: "Not too smart, are you? I like that in a man."*Body Heat
80s Films: "Now I know what I've been faking all these years."*Private Benjamin
80s Films: "Now, I want you to breathe through your eyelids."*Bull Durham
80s Films: "Now, let's turn on the juice and see what shakes loose!"*Beetlejuice
80s Films: "Only a few select friends know my private parts."*Zorro, the Gay Blade
80s Films: "Only two things come out of Oklahoma: steers and queers."*Officer and a Gentleman
80s Films: "Poland, the doormat of Europe. Everybody steps on us."*To Be or Not To Be
80s Films: "Right there, between your legs! Pull on it!"*King Solomon's Mines
80s Films: "Snotty beamed me twice last night. It was wonderful."*Spaceballs
80s Films: "Somebody oughta cut out your brain and pickle it."*Cotton Club
80s Films: "Take me to bed or lose me forever!"*Top Gun
80s Films: "The bargain basement? I've been kidnapped by K-Mart?"*Ruthless People
80s Films: "We came, we saw, we kicked its ass."*Ghostbusters
80s Films: "We're not homosexuals, but we're willing to learn."*Stripes
80s Films: "When I want your opinion, I'll beat it out of you."*Code of Silence
80s Films: "You made a woman meow?"*When Harry Met Sally
80s Films: "You're a ghost, I'm an American. It would never work out."*High
80s Films: ___ (Breakdance)*Breakin'
80s Films: ___ 182*Turk
80s Films: ___ a Little Dream*Dream
80s Films: ___ Adults*Consenting
80s Films: ___ Alive*Staying
80s Films: ___ All Odds*Against
80s Films: ___ and Cash*Tango
80s Films: ___ at Bernie's*Weekend
80s Films: ___ Back*Jack's
80s Films: ___ Be Good*Johnny
80s Films: ___ Beach, USA*Sizzle
80s Films: ___ Beauty*Fatal
80s Films: ___ Beverly Hills*Troop
80s Films: ___ Big Adventure*PeeWee's
80s Films: ___ Blues*Oxford
80s Films: ___ Boys*Bad
80s Films: ___ Boys*Catholic
80s Films: ___ Business*Big
80s Films: ___ By Me*Stand
80s Films: ___ Can Wait*Heaven
80s Films: ___ Candles*Sixteen
80s Films: ___ Comfort*Southern
80s Films: ___ Cowboy*Drugstore
80s Films: ___ Date*Blind
80s Films: ___ Dawn*Red
80s Films: ___ Dog*White
80s Films: ___ Dreams*Electric
80s Films: ___ Eye*Cat's
80s Films: ___ from Heaven*Pennies
80s Films: ___ Girl*Valley
80s Films: ___ Girl*Working
80s Films: ___ Groove*Krush
80s Films: ___ Gun*Top
80s Films: ___ Guns*Young
80s Films: ___ Hard*Die
80s Films: ___ Heat*Body
80s Films: ___ Help Us*Heaven
80s Films: ___ Hours*48
80s Films: ___ in Heaven*Made
80s Films: ___ in Pink*Pretty
80s Films: ___ Jones & the Temple of Doom*Indiana
80s Films: ___ Just Wanna Have Fun*Girls
80s Films: ___ Last Dragon*The
80s Films: ___ Like Us*Spies
80s Films: ___ Live*They
80s Films: ___ Love*Endless
80s Films: ___ Lovers*Summer
80s Films: ___ Man*Rain
80s Films: ___ Man*Repo
80s Films: ___ Night*Fright
80s Films: ___ of a Kind*Two
80s Films: ___ of Bounds*Out
80s Films: ___ of Day*Light
80s Films: ___ of Dreams*Field
80s Films: ___ of Endearment*Terms
80s Films: ___ of Fire*Chariots
80s Films: ___ of Hearts*Thief
80s Films: ___ of Hell*Gates
80s Films: ___ of Love*Sea
80s Films: ___ of Me*All
80s Films: ___ of the Living Dead*City
80s Films: ___ of the Living Dead*Return
80s Films: ___ of the Spider Woman*Kiss
80s Films: ___ of the Universe*Masters
80s Films: ___ of War*Casualties
80s Films: ___ on Me*Lean
80s Films: ___ on the Fourth of July*Born
80s Films: ___ Party*Bachelor
80s Films: ___ People*Ordinary
80s Films: ___ People*Ruthless
80s Films: ___ Pirates*Ice
80s Films: ___ Places*Trading
80s Films: ___ Quest*Vision
80s Films: ___ Rain*Purple
80s Films: ___ Runner*Blade
80s Films: ___ School*Summer
80s Films: ___ Science*Weird
80s Films: ___ Seeking Susan*Desperately
80s Films: ___ Shop of Horrors*Little
80s Films: ___ States*Altered
80s Films: ___ Street*Beat
80s Films: ___ Street*Wall
80s Films: ___ Surprise*Shanghai
80s Films: ___ Taste*Bad
80s Films: ___ That Girl?*Who's
80s Films: ___ the 13th*Friday
80s Films: ___ the Duck*Howard
80s Films: ___ the Right Thing*Do
80s Films: ___ the Stone*Romancing
80s Films: ___ to America*Coming
80s Films: ___ to Five*Nine
80s Films: ___ to Kill*Dressed
80s Films: ___ to Order*Maid
80s Films: ___ to the Mob*Married
80s Films: ___ Troopers*Zone
80s Films: ___ Up The Volume*Pump
80s Films: ___ Weapon*Lethal
80s Films: ___ Witch*Teen
80s Films: ___ Wolf*Teen
80s Films: ___ Women on the Moon*Amazon
80s Films: ___, Trains and Automobiles*Planes
80s Films: ___-a-Cop*Rent
80s Films: ___: The Movie*Shag
80s Films: ___balls*Meat
80s Films: ___boy*Rat
80s Films: ___dance*Flash
80s Films: ___man*Dark
80s Films: ___raiser*Hell
80s Films: ___scape*Dream
80s Films: ___shack*Caddy
80s Films: ___show*Creep
80s Films: ___space*Inner
80s Films: A ___ Called Wanda*Fish
80s Films: A ___ to a Kill*View
80s Films: A ___ to India*Passage
80s Films: A ___ with a View*Room
80s Films: A Long Way ___*Home
80s Films: A shot of Tom Cruise, a jigger of sex on the beach.*Cocktail
80s Films: Adventures in ___*Babysitting
80s Films: After ___*Hours
80s Films: Alien meets the Invisible Man. In the jungle.*Predator
80s Films: All the ___ Moves*Right
80s Films: American ___ in London*Werewolf
80s Films: An ___ and a Gentleman*Officer
80s Films: An American ___*Tail
80s Films: And first-time actor Ethan Hawke paid an agent to get him
80s Films: And never call me Shirley.*Airplane
80s Films: Andy McCarthy does Robby Lowe's Mom, and she's Jackie Bissette!*Class
80s Films: At ___ Range*Close
80s Films: Baby ___*Boom
80s Films: Back to ___*School
80s Films: Back to the ___*Future
80s Films: Bad ___*Influence
80s Films: Better ___ Dead*Off
80s Films: Beverly Hills ___*Cop
80s Films: Big ___ in Little China*Trouble
80s Films: Bill and Ted's ___ Adventure*Excellent
80s Films: Bill Murray, post-SNL, pre-Groundhog. Think spaghetti.*Meatballs
80s Films: Black ___*Rain
80s Films: Blue ___*Lagoon
80s Films: Blue ___*Velvet
80s Films: Body ___*Double
80s Films: Brotherhood of ___*Justice
80s Films: Bull ___*Durham
80s Films: Buy Schwarzenegger, get DeVito for free*Twins
80s Films: Can't Buy ___ Love*Me
80s Films: Cher's got him, babe, and he's got a face.*Mask
80s Films: Christian Slater and Winona Ryder hate school. Pass it on.*Heathers
80s Films: Class of ___*1984
80s Films: Come toward the light, Carol Anne~~~*Poltergeist
80s Films: Crocodile ___*Dundee
80s Films: Cruise, Penn and Hutton play Army*Taps
80s Films: Cult classic among Little People.*Willow
80s Films: Dangerous ___*Liaisons
80s Films: Dead ___ Don't Wear Plaid*Men
80s Films: Dead ___*Zone
80s Films: Dead ___Society*Poets
80s Films: Dirty ___*Dancing
80s Films: Dirty Rotten ___*Scoundrels
80s Films: Don't Tell ___ It's Me*Her
80s Films: Dreyfus. Estevez. O'Donnell. Can you believe they made a sequel, too?*Stakeout
80s Films: Driving Miss ___*Daisy
80s Films: Earth ___ are Easy*Girls
80s Films: Eddie and the ___*Cruisers
80s Films: Edward ___*Scissorhands
80s Films: Elvira, ___ of the Dark*Mistress
80s Films: Escape from ___*New York
80s Films: Everybody's ___*All-American
80s Films: F/___*X
80s Films: Family ___*Business
80s Films: Fast Times at ___ High*Ridgemont
80s Films: Fatal ___*Attraction
80s Films: Ferris ___ Day Off*Bueller's
80s Films: Film at Eleven: Car has a mind of its own!*Christine
80s Films: First ___*Blood
80s Films: Flash: Drew Barrymore turns ten, whole world in danger!*Firestarter
80s Films: Flight of the ___*Navigator
80s Films: Foot___*loose
80s Films: For ___*Keeps
80s Films: For Your ___ Only*Eyes
80s Films: Franken___*weenie
80s Films: Fresh ___*Horses
80s Films: From the ___*Hip
80s Films: Go directly to Brando. Do not pass Reeve, do not collect Lois Lane.*Superman
80s Films: Golden ___*Child
80s Films: Guy really gets into playing videogames.*Tron
80s Films: Hair___*spray
80s Films: Hannibal Lecter, Chapter One*Manhunter
80s Films: Harrison Ford stars in Love, Amish Style*Witness
80s Films: He: Hapless, looking for Miss Right. She: Stiff, wooden -- and
80s Films: Heart of ___*Dixie
80s Films: Hiding ___*Out
80s Films: High___*lander
80s Films: Hmm. Let's make Chevy Chase a spy!*Fletch
80s Films: House by the ___*Cemetary
80s Films: House of ___*Games
80s Films: I feel the earth. Move. Under my feet.*Tremors
80s Films: I've given a name to my pain.*Batman
80s Films: Igor and the ___*Lunatics
80s Films: Iron ___*Eagle
80s Films: Jeff Bridges, Phone Home.*Starman
80s Films: Johnny ___*Dangerously
80s Films: Jumpin' Jack ___*Flash
80s Films: Just One of the ___*Guys
80s Films: Killer ___ from Outer Space*Klowns
80s Films: Ladies and gentlemen, introducing Denzel Washington.*Glory
80s Films: Less than ___*Zero
80s Films: License to ___*Drive
80s Films: Little Tommy Hanks gets his wish*Big
80s Films: Lost ___*Boys
80s Films: Mad ___*Max
80s Films: Mad Max Beyond ___*Thunderdome
80s Films: Making the ___*Grade
80s Films: Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (MM!) in a deep-sea odyssey*Abyss
80s Films: Maximum ___*Overdrive
80s Films: Michelle Pfeiffer scores as a predatory bird.*Ladyhawke
80s Films: Midnight ___*Run
80s Films: Mix Jeff Goldblum's and Geena Davis's DNA, then remove Geena Davis's
80s Films: Mix Kim Cattrall, a honky-tonk, and a bunch of teenage boys.*Porky's
80s Films: Mmm. Tastes like fish.*Splash
80s Films: Moon over ___*Parador
80s Films: Moon___*walker
80s Films: Mr. ___*Mom
80s Films: My ___ Project*Science
80s Films: My Left ___*Foot
80s Films: Naked ___*Gun
80s Films: National Lampoon's ___*Vacation
80s Films: Near ___*Dark
80s Films: Never Say ___ Again*Never
80s Films: Never. Never add water.*Gremlins
80s Films: Night ___*Shift
80s Films: Night of the ___*Comet
80s Films: Nightmare on ___ Street*Elm
80s Films: Nineteen ___*Eighty-four
80s Films: No Way ___*Out
80s Films: No, not Gremlins, they're*Critters
80s Films: Olivia Newton-John meets Mt. Olympus*Xanadu
80s Films: On Golden ___*Pond
80s Films: One ___ Summer*Crazy
80s Films: One-eyed Willie and his hidden treasure save the day. Good enough for
80s Films: Out of ___*Africa
80s Films: Palais ___*Royale
80s Films: Playing for ___*Keeps
80s Films: Police ___*Academy
80s Films: Proof that there's life in the afterlife. And Geena Davis's lips.*Beetlejuice
80s Films: Racing with the ___*Moon
80s Films: Raging ___*Bull
80s Films: Raiders of the ___ Ark*Lost
80s Films: Raising ___*Arizona
80s Films: Raw ___*Deal
80s Films: Real ___*Genius
80s Films: Red ___*Dawn
80s Films: Return of the ___*Jedi
80s Films: Return to ___*Oz
80s Films: Revenge of the ___*Nerds
80s Films: Ricki Lake. Before her television show.*Hairspray
80s Films: Risky ___*Business
80s Films: Road ___*House
80s Films: Running ___*Scared
80s Films: Say ___*Anything
80s Films: Secret ___*Admirer
80s Films: Seven ___ of Death*Doors
80s Films: Sex, Lies and ___*Videotape
80s Films: She's ___ a Baby*Having
80s Films: Shock ___*Treatment
80s Films: Short ___*Circuit
80s Films: Silver ___*Bullet
80s Films: Six ___*Weeks
80s Films: Some ___ of Hero*Kind
80s Films: Some Kind of ___*Wonderful
80s Films: Somewhere in ___*Time
80s Films: Soul ___*Man
80s Films: Spielberg. Dreyfuss. John Goodman. Holly Hunter. What went
80s Films: St. ___ Fire*Elmo's
80s Films: Stallone as a cop after a serial killer. Stop me if you heard
80s Films: Stallone goes postal in the Pacific Northwest*Rambo
80s Films: Star ___*Trek
80s Films: Star Trek: The ___ Home*Voyage
80s Films: Star Trek: The Search for ___*Spock
80s Films: Star Trek: The Wrath of ___*Khan
80s Films: Streets of ___*Fire
80s Films: Teen ___*Wolf
80s Films: Tender ___*Mercies
80s Films: The ___ Artist*Pick-up
80s Films: The ___ Bride*Princess
80s Films: The ___ Brothers*Blues
80s Films: The ___ Cat*Black
80s Films: The ___ Club*Breakfast
80s Films: The ___ Connection*Naples
80s Films: The ___ Crystal*Dark
80s Films: The ___ Edge*Razor's
80s Films: The ___ Guy*Lonely
80s Films: The ___ Kid*Flamingo
80s Films: The ___ Kid*Karate
80s Films: The ___ Man*Elephant
80s Films: The ___ Man*Tall
80s Films: The ___ of D.B. Cooper*Pursuit
80s Films: The ___ of the Intruder*Flight
80s Films: The ___ of the Rose*Name
80s Films: The ___ Pit*Money
80s Films: The ___ Serpent*Winged
80s Films: The ___ Strikes Back*Empire
80s Films: The ___ Thing*Sure
80s Films: The ___ Within*Beast
80s Films: The ___, Part Three*Godfather
80s Films: The Big ___*Chill
80s Films: The bitch is back, and it's not Sigourney.*Aliens
80s Films: The Color ___*Purple
80s Films: The Color of ___*Money
80s Films: The Evil ___*Dead
80s Films: The Falcon and the ___*Snowman
80s Films: The Final __*Countdown
80s Films: The King of ___*Comedy
80s Films: The Last ___ of Christ*Temptation
80s Films: The Last ___*Emperor
80s Films: The Last ___*Starfighter
80s Films: The Last American ___*Virgin
80s Films: The Legend of ___ Jean*Billie
80s Films: The Man With Two ___*Brains
80s Films: The Monster ___*Squad
80s Films: The NeverEnding ___*Story
80s Films: The New York ___*Ripper
80s Films: The paean to late nights and teens in the 1950s*Diner
80s Films: The Right ___*Stuff
80s Films: The Running ___*Man
80s Films: The Secret of My ___*Success
80s Films: The Wonder Years, as written by Oliver Stone.*Platoon
80s Films: Think Dante's, think Towering, think box office dud.*Inferno
80s Films: This is ___ Tap*Spinal
80s Films: This town needs an enema.*Batman
80s Films: Three ___*Amigos
80s Films: Three Men and a ___*Baby
80s Films: Ticket to ___*Heaven
80s Films: Time ___*Bandits
80s Films: To Live and Die in ___*L.A.
80s Films: Tokyo ___*Pop
80s Films: Tom Cruise visits the forest primeval, and a unicorn.*Legend
80s Films: Top ___*Secret
80s Films: Tuff ___*Turf
80s Films: Turn back, Sarah, before it's too late.*Labyrinth
80s Films: Uncle ___*Buck
80s Films: Under the ___ Moon*Cherry
80s Films: Urban ___*Cowboy
80s Films: Vice ___*Versa
80s Films: Vulgar prodigy plays the 18th century's greatest hits.*Amadeus
80s Films: Wanted: Lovable old drunk with contemptuous butler.*Arthur
80s Films: War of the ___*Roses
80s Films: War___*Games
80s Films: Wasn't Jesse Ventura in this dud?*Commando
80s Films: We're No ___*Angels
80s Films: When Harry ___ Sally*Met
80s Films: When Opie visited the rest home*Cocoon
80s Films: When Ralph Macchio left karate behind, he found himself here,
80s Films: Who ___ Roger Rabbit?*Framed
80s Films: Who said Bill Murray couldn't play Dickens?*Scrooged
80s Films: Who you gonna call?*Ghostbusters
80s Films: Woman in ___*Red
80s Films: World History: Ben Kingsley makes salt, British Empire falls down.*Gandhi
80s Films: Yesterday: Under the Three-Billy-Goats Bridge. Today: Hollywood!*Troll
80s Films: Yo, Adrian!*Rocky
80s Films: Young ___ Holmes*Sherlock
80s Films: Young___*blood
9 p.m. In military time is how many hours*2100
93 percent of U S homes have at least one, & the Thomas Nelson Company sells 8 million of them a year. What are they*bibles
___, the first felt-tip pen, is introduced to the market*pentel
___, the story of prize fighter Jake Lamotta, packs a real punch*Raging Bull
____ is the brand name of Morphine once marketed by Bayer*Heroin
______ is the brand name of morphine once marketed by bayer?*heroin
A "cameleopard" is an archaic term for what animal*giraffe
A "double sheet bend" is a type of what*Knot
A "light year" measures *distance
A "pigskin" is another name for a(n) ________*football
A 'bunya-bunya' tree is native to which country*australia
A 'featherie' was an early form of' which piece of sports equipment*golf ball
A 'gam' is a collection of which creatures*whales
A 'morel' is what type of vegetable*mushroom
A 'roux' is produced when making which food*sauce
A 12 ounce can of soda pop contains the equivalent of 9 teaspoons of what*sugar
A 1957 title recorded by the Crickets, was a line taken from the classic John Ford Western's 'The Searchers'. What was the title*That'll Be the Day
A 1976 hit single for Cockney Rebel was titled "make me _____"*smile
A 3 1/2' floppy disk measures ___ & 1/2 inches across.*three*3
A 300,000 pound wedding dress made of platinum was once exhibited and in the instructions from the designer was a warning, what was it*do not iron
A ___ can not move it's jaw side to side*cat
A _______ is a pact between a secular authority & the church.*concordat
A _______ is the only standard international unit of measure still defined by a physical object, a bar composed of two elements*kilogram
A ________ can eat only when its head is upside down*flamingo
A __________ can learn to recognize itself in a mirror*chimpanzee
A __________________ measures blood pressure*sphygmomanometer
A babirusa is a type of....*pig
A baby oyster is called a(n) ____*spat
A Backgammon board is marked out in sawtooth "points" in two colours. How many of these points are there*twenty four
A banana is not a fruit, but a ______*herb
A bantling is a(n)....*young child
A bath of hot aerated water used for recreational or physical therapy*hot tub
A belief that government and law should be abolished*anarchism
A bergschrund is a crevasse at the head of a(n)*glacier
A bilateral chips pact between the US and this country expires July/1996*japan
A biographical film*biopic
A biography written by the subject is called a ______*autobiography
A bird in the hand is worth ______*two in the bush
A block of compressed coal dust used as fuel*briquette
A blunt thick needle for sewing with thick thread or tape*bodkin
A boat or raft with two parallel hulls*catamaran
A bone specialist is a________*osteopath
A booklet containing descriptive information*brochure
A bowl of _______ contains twice as much sodium as a bowl of potato chips*wheaties
A bowling pin need only tilt how far in order to fall down (it's a decimal)*7.5 degrees
A branched hanging support for lights*chandelier
A breed of black and white dairy cattle*friesian
A broom made of twigs*besom
A brown crayon is what color*brown
A calander usually withastronomical data is called ..*almanac
A cantaloupe is a small what*melon
A capital D is the Roman numeral for which number*five hundred
A carbohydrate consists of carbon, hydrogen, and which other element*oxygen
A card game similar to rummy*canasta
A castrated bull*bullock
A castrated horse*gelding
A cat has how many muscles in each ear*32
A cathedral built between 1554 and 1560 for Ivan the Terrible, to which saint is this Russian Orthodox church in Moscow dedicated*saint basil
A catholic minister is known as a*priest
A change in frequency observed when light is scattered in a transparent material*raman effect
A character named 'Spearchucker Jones' was deleted from this famous American television show's cast after only five episodes*MASH
A charge of dwai is for what*driving while ability impaired
A charm worn against evil*amulet
A childs hat tied under the chin*bonnet
A cholecyst is more commonly known as a(n)....*gallbladder
A chronic disease of the liver*cirrhosis
A cigarette brand that fits these blanks; _&_*benson & hedges
A clip, shaped like a bar to keep a woman's hair in place is a _______*Barrette
A coffee pot with a plunger that pushes the grounds to the bottom*cafetiere
A collision between a bird and an aircraft*bird-strike
A common belief is that John Lennon says 'I Buried Paul' at the end of 'Strawberry Fields Forever' on the 'Magical Mystery Tour' album. What did he actually say*cranberry sauce
A commonly used process for oxide and nitride deposition, CVD, stands for:*chemical vepor deposition
A complex alcohol constituent of all animal fats and oils*cholesterol
A computer small and light enough to be held in one hand*palmtop
A condition causing breathing difficulties*asthma
A condition characterized by self-absorption and withdrawal*autism
A connoisseur of good food*gourmet
A container for carrying a corpse from the scene of an accident etc.*body bag
A coral island consisting of a ring of rock enclosing a central lagoon is a(n) ________.*Atoll
A cough releases an explosive charge of air that moves at speeds up to how many miles an hour*sixty*60
A cow gives nearly how many glasses of milk in her lifetime*two hundred thousand*200,000
A cows stomach has how many compartments*four*4
A crested parrot*cockatoo
A cyclonic (rotating) tropical storm with winds at the center in excess of 74 miles per hour is called*hurricane
A dance involving high kicks*cancan
A dark brown infesting insect*cockroach
A dealer in dress accessories and sewing goods*haberdasher
A device used to change the voltage of alternating currents is a ______*transformer
A dime has how many ridges around the edge*one hundred & eighteen*118
A dime is equal to how many cents*ten
A disease of the brain*encephalopathy
A dolphin can remember a specific ______ better than a human*tone
A Draughts player starts with how many pieces*twelve*12
A Draughts player starts with how many pieces?*12
A dressing made with oil, wine, vinegar and seasoning is called what*vinaigrette
A famous RAH novel, as well as a number believed to be cursed*the number of the beast
A favourite spot for vampires to bite (that's one hell of a hickey!)*neck
A fetus acquires fingerprints at what age*three months*3 months
A fingernail or toenail takes about how many months to grow from base to tip*six*6
A flag flown upside-down is a signal of a(n) _________*emergency
A flat bottomed boat on canal or river*barge
A flat round Dutch cheese*gouda
A flat round soft creamy French cheese*brie
A flat V shaped missile that returns*boomerang
A flat, round hat sometimes worn by soldiers is a _________.*beret
A flea can jump how many times its own length*one hundred*100
A fleet of small ships*flotilla
A flower with brightly coloured daisy like flowers*aster
A folded tortilla filled with meat, cheese, beans etc. is called what*taco
A fun, new winter sport*snowboarding
A game in which small balls are struck into holes on inclined board*bagatelle
A game of pool is referred to as a _____*frame
A game played with rackets and shuttlecock*badminton
A gas produced by the incomplete combustion of coal in a mine fire is very poisonous, what is its chemical name*carbon monoxide
A gigantic mass of snow and ice, mixed with stones and earth, which falls from the mountains into the valleys is called a ______*avalanche
A Gila monster is a type of what*lizard
A golden _____ removed from King Tut's tomb was still sharp enough to be used*razor
A government in which power is restricted to a few is a(n) __________.*oligarchy
A Grabatologist collects ____*Ties
A Greek or Roman two handled jar*amphora
A Greek type mandolin*bouzouki
A green or yellow liqueur brandy*chartreuse
A gritty psychedelic version of Dale Hawkin's 'Suzy Q' was on which group's first album in 1968*Creedence Clearwater Revival
A Group of Cattle is called a*herd
A group of chicken is called a*brood
A group of deer is called a*herd
A group of ducks is called*brace
A Group of Lion is called a*pride
A group of oysters is know as a(n) _____*bed
A group of partridges is called a*covey
A group of pigs is called a*litter
A group of rhinos are called a(n) __________.*crash
A Group of Whale is called a*pod
A health profession concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, & treatment of disorders of the teeth & adjacent tissues of the head, neck, & mouth*dentistry
A heavy winter fog containing ice crystals is a _____*pogonip
A herb or drug described as 'diaphoretic', causes what condition*perspiration
A herb or drug described as 'haemostatic' performs which effect*stops bleeding
A hippo can open its mouth wide enough to fit a 4 foot tall ______*child
A hoop worn under skirts is called a what*farthingale
A horse named Nita beat the first locomotive ever built in America in a famous race in 1830, what was the name of the train*Tom Thumb
A horse's hoof is also known by what grim term*coffin
A hot spicy root used in cooking*ginger
A hot spring which shoots steam into the air is a _______ *Geyser
A hot spring*geyser
A kind of expanded polystyrene*styrofoam
A kind of small domestic fowl*bantam
A kind of tortoise in the galapagos islands has an upturned shell at its neck so it can reach its head up to eat what*Cactus Branches*Cactus
A kipper is what type of smoked fish*herring
A large box for valuables*coffer
A large cage or building for keeping birds*aviary
A large fortified residential building*castle
A large French country house*chateau
A large oven in which pottery is fired is a ____*kiln
A large patterned handkerchief*bandanna
A large S.American vulture*condor
A large sea birdor greedy person*gannet
A latin American dance usually performed in single file*conga
A legendary or moral tale*fable
A letter might end with SWAK, which is an acronym for*sealed with a kiss
A light aircraft without an engine*glider
A light canvas shoe with a plaited sole*espadrille
A light clear red colour*cerise
A light iron-tipped S.African spear*assegal
A line drawn from an angle of a triangle to the mid-point of the opposite side is a(n) _______*median
A long broad tree lined street*boulevard
A long cylindrical pillow*bolster
A long or indefinite period*aeon
A long thin French type of bread*baguette
A long tunic worn by men in the Near East*caftan
A long wined sea bird related to the petrel*albatross
A loofah is a type of what*plant
A lump of pure gold the size of a matchbox can be flattened into a sheet the size of what*a tennis court
A magnum of champagne is how many litres*1.5
A male cat is called a what*tom
A male goose*gander
A male singer whose sexual organs have been modified is known as a what*castrato
A man's beard grows fastest when he ______*anticipates sex
A Maryland t-shirt slogan that parodied 'virginia is for lovers' read what*maryland is for crabs
A mashie, niblick and wedge are types of what*golf clubs
A mass of flowers on a tree*blossom
A massive ensemble of hundreds of millions of stars, all gravitationally interacting, and orbiting about a common center*galaxy
A member of the Commonwealth, which is the most southerly African country through which the Greenwich meridian passes*ghana
A member of the largest group of algae in the golden algae phylum*diatom
A method of resolving questions of conscience by applying moral principles or laws to concrete cases?*Casuistry
A mind-boggingly stupid, but very very ravenous, animal*ravenous bugblatter beast of traal
A mistress among polygamous people*concubine
A mixture of wine and soda water is known as a what*spritzer
A moist fertile spot in a desert is called a(n)*oasis
A monetary inflation at a very high rate*hyperinflation
A more common name for an anthrophagist is*cannibal
A motorist who enjoys driving fast*speed merchant
A mule is sired on a mare by an ass. What is the offspring of a stallion and a female ass*hinny
A mustelidae family member is a(n)....*weasel
A name for energy fuelled in ways that do not harm the enviroment*alternative
A narrow crack or split*fissure
A native of the east end of London*cockney
A novel by Keith Waterhouse*billy liar
A nuclear reactor was built beneath a Chicago football stadium in which year*1942
A painting of which famous Old Testament ruling, completed in 1495, is one of the earliest works by the artist Giorgione*judgment of solomon
A pair of small drums played with the fingers*bongo
A person 100 or more years old*centenarian
A person at his wit's end is said to be losing his what*marbles
A person employed to drive a car*chauffeur
A person in his eighties is called a(n) __________.*Octogenarian
A person learning a trade by working for an agreed period*apprentice
A person living in solitude*hermit
A person or animal lacking pigment in skin hair and eyes*albino
A person putting a lot of effort into a task is said to be using*elbow grease
A person refusing to join a strike*blackleg
A person who believes that the existence of God is not provable*agnostic
A person who deliberately sets fire to property*arsonist
A person who eats only fruit*fruitarian
A person who sells fruit etc. from a barrow*costermonger
A person who works with iron*blacksmith
A person with a strong desire to steal is a(n) ________*kleptomaniac
A person with refined taste in food and drink*epicure
A persuasive or flattering person is said to have the gift of what*the gab
A photic sneeze is caused by....*sunlight
A piece of soft leather from sheep or goats*chamois
A pigs penis is shaped like what*corkscrew
A plant allied to the thistle with a partly edible flower*artichoke
A poem of fourteen lines is called a..*sonnet
A poem written to celebrate a wedding is called a(n) ___________*mercury
A point to which rays of light converge is called a(n) ________*focus
A poltroon is a(n)....*coward
A pommel is part of a what*saddle
A pork product that's often served for breakfast*bacon
A poster depicting Lord Kitchener pointing outwards stated what message*your country needs you
A pound of armadillo meat contains how many calories*780 calories
A prostitute with wealthy or upper class connections*courtesan
A pudding of stewed fruit under bread*charlotte
A punishment by caning on the soles of the feet*bastinado
A racing sledge steered and braked mechanically*bobsleigh
A rare or unusual object*curio
A receptacle for holy water is a(n) ________*font
A research scientist is sometimes called this*boffin
A rich deep red colour*crimson
A riddle or a hard question*conundrum
A robin's egg is blue, but if you put it in vinegar for thirty days, what color does it turn*yellow
A Russian person famous as a horseman*cossack
A sadhu is a holy man in which country*india
A sailor who has not yet crossed the equator is referred to by what name*Pollywog
A salad containing diced apple, celery, walnuts and mayonnaise is known as what*waldorf salad
A salt enema was given to children to rid them of ______*Threadworm
A Saudi Arabian woman can get a divorce if her husband doesnt give her what*coffee
A scholar who studies the Marquis de Sade is called a what*sadian
A sea with many islands*archipelago
A series of 15 radioactive elements in the periodic table (periodic law) with atomic numbers 89 through 103*actinide series
A severe skin abscess or a bright red jewel*carbuncle
A ship due to leave port flies a 'Blue Peter'. What does the flag look like*blue rectangle with a white rectangular centre
A ships officer in charge of equipment and crew*boatswain
A short legged hunting dog*basset
A short thick post used for securing ropes on a quay*bollard
A short womens jacket without fastenings*bolero
A shy retiring person is known as a shrinking what*violet
A silicate mineral, heat resistant and insulating*asbestos
A similar earlier event is known as a*precedent
A small atmospheric vortex that comes from surface heating is known as what*dust devil
A small computer introduced in 1975 by micro instrumentation telemetry systems of new mexico*altair 8800
A small crown*coronet
A small herring or sprat*brisling
A small hound used for hunting hares*beagle
A small informal restaurant*bistro
A small narrow headband*bandeau
A small naval escort vessel*corvette
A small pickled cucumber*gherkin
A small shop selling fashionable clothes*boutique
A small village without a church*hamlet
A smurf is this tall*3 apples
A snooker game needs how many balls*twenty two*22
A soft smooth cheese similar to yoghurt is known as*fromage frais
A soft toffee like sweet*fudge
A Spanish country estate is known as a _____*hacienda
A Spanish-American farm worker is called a what*peon
A spice from which root is used to give food a yellow colour*turmeric
A spool or reel for thread*bobbin
A statement made by placing your hand on a bible*oath
A steep rugged rock*crag
A stitch in time saves ____*nine
A story by Edgar Allan Poe...Fall of the..*house of usher
A story by Hans Anderson "The..*ugly duckling
A story of ones own life*autobiography
A stream may disappear down a sink-hole, by what other name is this known*swallow hole
A strong twilled cloth often used for raincoats*gaberdine
A Study in Scarlet was the first novel to feature which literary character*sherlock holmes
A study of physics and chemistry of celestial bodies*astrophysics
A stupa is a shrine to the memory of whom*buddha
A sugar with the formula c12h22011, belonging to the group of carbohydrates known as disaccharides (sugar)*sucrose
A summer house giving a view*gazebo
A sumptuous formal dinner*banquet
A sun-dried grape is known as a(n) ___________*raisin
A suspended bed of canvas or netting*hammock
A tagged bird of this species flew the greatest known distance for a bird. (22,500 km)*arctic tern
A tayberry is a cross between which two fruits*blackberry and raspberry*raspberry and blackberry
A technique by which patients monitor their own bodily functions in an attempt to alter those functions*bio feedback
A Ten pound note depicts a scene from which Dickens novel*pickwick papers
A terrapin is a type of _________.*Turtle
A thick revolving cylinder for winding cables*capstan
A thin Indin cake of unleavened bread*chapatti
A thin pancake with savoury or sweet filling*crepe
A thoroughgoing & complete republican might be called a dyed-in-the...what kind of republican*wool
A thread used in surgery to tie a bleeding blood vessel is called a(n) _________.*ligature
A tool with screw point for boring holes in wood*auger
A tornado at sea is called a ___*waterspout
A total of 1,670 people died in a theatre fire in China in what year*1845
A town is not a city until it has a _________*cathedral
A trained fighter in ancient Rome*gladiator
A triangle with two equal sides is called __________*isosceles
A tropical house lizzard*gecko
A type of musical instrument turned by hand*hurdy-gurdy
A type of windsurfing board that is less stable but faster than the standard one*funboard
A typhoon struck which island in Japan in 1934, killing 4,000 people*Honshu
A typical American eats how many pigs in his/her lifetime*twenty eight*28
A typical bed usually houses over how many dust mites*6 billion
A u-shaped bend in a river is called a(n)....*oxbow
A very tall center and a real ladies man*wilt the stilt
A vicious one of these is a series of reactions that compound an initial problem*circle
A wading bird with long upturned bill*avocet
A waterproof over shoe*galosh
A well in which water rises through natural pressure*artesian
A welt, a vamp, a tongue and a quarter can all be found on which object*a shoe
A wheel turns or spins on an _____*axle
A white mtallic element*barium
A wild ox*bison
A wind with a speed of 74 miles or more is designated as a what*hurricane
A woman described as a Magdalene in the 17th Century was a repentant what*prostitute
A woman with dark hair*brunette
A word like 'NASA' formed from the initials of other words is a(n) _________.*Acronym
A woven fabric with raised pattern*brocade
A young horse or related animal*foal
A young unmarried woman*damsel
A(n) _________ is a person bound for a number of years to a master who undertakes to instruct him*apprentice
Aarchie Moore, was world champion in what sport from 1952 1962*boxing
Aaron died on mount _____*hor
abbreviations-short forms: fbi stands for _____?*federal bureau of investigation
Able to be decomposed by bacteria or other living organisms*biodegradable
About 10% of the worlds population is what*left handed
About how many miles separate the U S & Cuba*ninety*90
About one-tenth of the earth's surface is permanently covered with ___*ice
About what year was the first steam ship built*1787
About which family are the 'Godfather' films*Corleone
About which Prime Minister was it said "A modest little man with much to be modest about"*clement attlee
About which Prime Minister was it said "He could never see a belt without hitting below it"*lloyd george
Absolutely pure ____ is so soft that it can be molded with the hands*gold
According to a Beatles song, where is the place where nothing is real*Strawberry Fields
According to a recent survey among women, what is the least favorite part of the male body*feet
According to all four Gospels the precursor of Jesus Christ, born in Judea, the son of the priest Zacharias and Elisabeth, cousin of Mary, the mother of Jesus?*john the baptist
According to an old proverb, what is 'the soul of wit'*brevity
According to Arthurian legend, what did King Arthur receive as a dowry, on his marriage to Guinevire*the round table
According to Benjamin Disraeli, what is the third, & worst kind of lie *statistics
According to Dr. Johnson, what should be well sliced, dressed with pepper and vinegar, and then thrown out as good for nothing*cucumber
According to Elton John, what were we hoppin' and boppin' to*Crocodile Rock
According to Enrico Caruso, "It is a good fruit. You eat, you drink, and you wash your face". What fruit was he talking about*watermelon
According to Espen Lind when __________________ cries, she cries a rain storm, she cries a river she cries a hole in the ground*susannah
According to Espen Lind, who cries when 'she cries a rain storm, she cries a river, she cries a hole in the ground'*Susannah
According to folklore a windy christmas means _____*good fortune
According to folklore, how does santa get into houses on christmas eve*down the chimney
According to Hindu myth, what river once flowed through heaven*the ganges*ganges
According to his nazi dossier, what color are Rick's eyes in Casablanca*brown
According to John Aubrey's Brief Lives , what card game did the English poet, Sir John Suckling, invent in 1630*cribbage
According to Mattel, her manufacturer, what is Barbie's last name *roberts
According to mens health magazine, what does the average man do 12 to 20 times a day*break wind*fart
According to Noel Coward, who 'go out in the mid-day sun'*mad dogs and englishmen
According to Roy Orbison, he's 'Saving nickels and dimes and looking forward to happier times on ______'*Blue Bayou
According to superstition, what are you supposed to do when you see a lone magpie*salute it
According to superstition, what do you do when you stub the toes on your right foot*make a wish
According to the Acts of the Apostles, from where did Christ's Ascension into Heaven take place*olivet*mount of olives
According to the Beatles, where could you find 10,000 holes*blackburn, lancashire
According to the Bible, what is the root of all evil*money
According to the Bible, what kind of woman had a price above rubies*a virtuous woman
According to the Buddhist tradition, deceased people who have followed the eightfold path will be freed from the cycle of reincarnation & gain what state of total peace*nirvana
According to the ceremonial customs of orthodox Judaism, it is officially sundown when you cannot tell the difference between what*a black thread & a red one
According to the Gospel of Saint John, what 'lay on the other side of the Brook of Cedron'*garden of gethsemane
According to the Holy Bible, where did Cain go after killing Abel*land of nod
According to the King James version of the twenty-third psalm, 'yea, though i walk through the valley of the shadow of death, i shall fear no ___________'*evil
According to the nursery rhyme which bush do we go round on a cold and frosty morning*mulberry
According to the proverb, what should not be washed in public*dirty linen
According to the saying , what causes shepherd's delight*red sky at night
According to the saying where does charity begin*at home
According to the saying, what speak louder than words*actions
According to the Talmud, who was the first wife of Adam*lilith
According to the title of a famous novel, there are how many 'Years of Solitude*one hundred
According to tradition, which animals desert a sinking ship*rats
According to U.S. law, what may not be granted on a useless invention, on a method of doing business, on mere printed matter, or on a device or machine that will not operate*patent
Accra is the capital of ______*Ghana
Acetylsalicylic acid is more commonly known as _________.*aspirin
Acetylsalicylic acid is the active ingredient in which well known drug*aspirin
Acronym for microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation, a device that amplifies or generates microwaves or radio waves*MASER
Acronym for quasi-stellar radio source, any of the blue, starlike objects that are strong radio emitters and the spectra of what exhibit a strong red shift*quasar
Acronym Soup - JVC*japan victor company
Acronym Soup FAQ*frequently asked questions
Acronym Soup H8*hate
Acronym Soup HHOK*ha ha only kidding
Acronym Soup HTTP*hyper text transfer protocol
Acronym Soup LTNS*long time no see
Acronym Soup VHS*video home system
Acronym Soup W8*wait
Acronym Soup: <BEG>*big evil grin
Acronym Soup: <BG> *big grin
Acronym Soup: <CG> *cute grin
Acronym Soup: <EG>*evil grin
Acronym Soup: <wg>*wide grin
Acronym Soup: A/S/L? *age/sex/location?
Acronym Soup: A/S? *age/sex?
Acronym Soup: AA *alcholics anonymous
Acronym Soup: AAMOF*as a matter of fact
Acronym Soup: Abbr.*abbreviation
Acronym Soup: ACK*acknowledgement
Acronym Soup: ACRONYM*abbreviated coded rendition of name yielding meaning
Acronym Soup: ADN*any day now
Acronym Soup: AFAIAA *as far as i am aware
Acronym Soup: AFAIAC *as far as i am concerned
Acronym Soup: AFAICT *as far as i can tell
Acronym Soup: AFAIK*as far as i know
Acronym Soup: AFAIR*as far as i remember
Acronym Soup: AFAIUI *as far as i understand it
Acronym Soup: AFK*away for a kwickie
Acronym Soup: AFK*away from the keyboard
Acronym Soup: AFL*absofreakinlutely
Acronym Soup: AI *artificial intelligence
Acronym Soup: AIMP *always in my prayers
Acronym Soup: AISB *as i said before; as it should be
Acronym Soup: AISE *as i said earlier
Acronym Soup: AISI *as i see it
Acronym Soup: AIUI *as i understand it
Acronym Soup: AIW*as it were
Acronym Soup: AKA*also known as
Acronym Soup: ANFAWFOS *and now for a word from our sponsor
Acronym Soup: ANSI *american national standards institute
Acronym Soup: AOB*any other business
Acronym Soup: AOBTD*another one bites the dust
Acronym Soup: AOL*america on line
Acronym Soup: APAC *all praise and credit
Acronym Soup: API*application program interface
Acronym Soup: ARPA *advanced research projects agency
Acronym Soup: ASAP *as soon as possible
Acronym Soup: ASCII*american standard code for information interchange
Acronym Soup: ATB*all the best
Acronym Soup: ATK*at the keyboard
Acronym Soup: ATLA *another three letter acronym
Acronym Soup: ATM*at the moment
Acronym Soup: ATTN *attention
Acronym Soup: ATTYOB *anything that turns you on baby
Acronym Soup: AU *australia
Acronym Soup: aVG*average
Acronym Soup: AWCIGO *and where can i get one
Acronym Soup: AWGTHTGTATA*are we going to have to go through all this/that again
Acronym Soup: AWGTHTGTTA *are we going to have to go through this/that again
Acronym Soup: AWHFY*are we having fun yet
Acronym Soup: AYT*are you there
Acronym Soup: B/C*because
Acronym Soup: B4 *before
Acronym Soup: B4N*bye for now
Acronym Soup: BAC*by any chance
Acronym Soup: BAD*broken as designed
Acronym Soup: BAK*back at keyboard
Acronym Soup: BBB*busy beyond belief
Acronym Soup: BBFN *bye bye for now
Acronym Soup: BBIAB*be back in a bit
Acronym Soup: BBIAF*be back in a flash
Acronym Soup: BBIAM*be back in a minute
Acronym Soup: BBIAS*be back in a sec
Acronym Soup: BBL*be back later
Acronym Soup: BBN*bye bye now
Acronym Soup: BBR*burnt beyond repair
Acronym Soup: BBS*bulletin board system
Acronym Soup: BC *basket case; because
Acronym Soup: BCC*blind carbon copy
Acronym Soup: BCNU *be seein' you
Acronym Soup: BF *boy friend
Acronym Soup: BFH*bastard from hell
Acronym Soup: BFMI *brute force and massive ignorance
Acronym Soup: BFN*bye for now
Acronym Soup: BIC*best in class
Acronym Soup: BIL*brother in law
Acronym Soup: BION *believe it or not
Acronym Soup: BITD *beaten it to death
Acronym Soup: BK *because
Acronym Soup: BM *blonde moment; bite me
Acronym Soup: BMA*bite my ass
Acronym Soup: BMHATK *banging my head against the keyboard
Acronym Soup: BMHATW *banging my head against the wall
Acronym Soup: BMOC *big man on campus
Acronym Soup: BMTA *brilliant minds think alike
Acronym Soup: BMTIPG *brilliant minds think in parallel gutters
Acronym Soup: BNF*big name fan
Acronym Soup: BOC*but of course
Acronym Soup: BOF*birds of a feather
Acronym Soup: BOFH *bastard operator from hell
Acronym Soup: BOHICA *bend over here it comes again
Acronym Soup: BOHOF*back of hand on forehead
Acronym Soup: BOL*best of luck
Acronym Soup: BOS*big orange switch; boyfriend over shoulder
Acronym Soup: BOT*back on topic
Acronym Soup: BOTEC*back of the envelope calculation
Acronym Soup: BRB*be right back
Acronym Soup: BRBGP*be right back gotta pee
Acronym Soup: BRBIGP *be right back i gotta pee
Acronym Soup: BRO*brother
Acronym Soup: Bros.*brothers
Acronym Soup: BRS*big red switch
Acronym Soup: BRT*be right there
Acronym Soup: BSG*big smiling grin; broad sweeping generalisation
Acronym Soup: BSOD *blue screen of death
Acronym Soup: BST*british summer time
Acronym Soup: BTA*but then again
Acronym Soup: BTAICBW*but then again i could be wrong
Acronym Soup: BTAIM*be that as it may
Acronym Soup: BTDT *been there done that
Acronym Soup: BTDTGTTS *been there done that got the t-shirt
Acronym Soup: BTG*buck tooth grin
Acronym Soup: BTOBD*be there or be dead
Acronym Soup: BTOBS*be there or be square
Acronym Soup: BTTP *back to the point
Acronym Soup: BTW*by the way
Acronym Soup: BWL*bursting with laughter
Acronym Soup: BWQ*buzz word quotient
Acronym Soup: BY *busy
Acronym Soup: BYKT *but you know/knew that
Acronym Soup: BYKTA*but you know/knew that already
Acronym Soup: BYOB *bring your own bottle/booze
Acronym Soup: C&P*copy & paste
Acronym Soup: C/O*care of
Acronym Soup: CADET*can't add doesn't even try
Acronym Soup: CB *call back
Acronym Soup: CC *carbon copy
Acronym Soup: CCWC *can't cook won't cook
Acronym Soup: CE *creative editing
Acronym Soup: CERT *computer emergency response team
Acronym Soup: CFD*call for discussion
Acronym Soup: CFV*call for votes
Acronym Soup: CGI*common gateway interface
Acronym Soup: CHOWUR *see how you are
Acronym Soup: CHP*california highway patrol
Acronym Soup: CHUR *see how you are
Acronym Soup: CIAC *computer incident advisory capability
Acronym Soup: CIAO *goodbye [pronounced chow]
Acronym Soup: CIC*christ i'm confused
Acronym Soup: CICO *coffee in coffee out
Acronym Soup: CID*crying in disgrace
Acronym Soup: CIO*cut it out
Acronym Soup: Cir. *circle
Acronym Soup: CLAB *crying like a baby
Acronym Soup: CLM*career limiting move
Acronym Soup: CMIIW*correct me if i'm wrong
Acronym Soup: CNP*continued next post
Acronym Soup: CO *conference
Acronym Soup: COD*cash on delivery
Acronym Soup: CP *chat post
Acronym Soup: CPF*can pigs fly
Acronym Soup: CRC*cyclic redundancy check
Acronym Soup: CS *cop shop
Acronym Soup: CSG*chuckle snicker grin
Acronym Soup: CST*central standard time
Acronym Soup: CTR*choose the right
Acronym Soup: CTTD *cute things they do
Acronym Soup: CTTS *cute things they say
Acronym Soup: CU *see you
Acronym Soup: CUL*see you later
Acronym Soup: CUL8R*see you later
Acronym Soup: CV *curriculum vitae
Acronym Soup: CWYL *chat with you later
Acronym Soup: CYL*see you later
Acronym Soup: D&W*ducking and weaving
Acronym Soup: D/L*download
Acronym Soup: DAMHIK *don't ask me how i know
Acronym Soup: DAP*parents against dyslexia
Acronym Soup: DARFC*ducking and running for cover
Acronym Soup: DBA*doing business as
Acronym Soup: DBN*doing business*not
Acronym Soup: DD *due diligence
Acronym Soup: DEG*deliciously evil grin
Acronym Soup: DFM*don't flame me
Acronym Soup: DFU*don't forget units
Acronym Soup: DH *dear/damn husband
Acronym Soup: DICA *do i care asshole
Acronym Soup: DIFA *dumb intellectual fat ass
Acronym Soup: DIIK *damned if i know
Acronym Soup: DIIN *damned if i know
Acronym Soup: DIY*do it yourself
Acronym Soup: DK *don't know
Acronym Soup: DL *download
Acronym Soup: DLG*devilish little grin
Acronym Soup: DLTBBB *don't let the bed bugs bite
Acronym Soup: DNA*did not answer
Acronym Soup: DNS*domain name system
Acronym Soup: DOA*dead on arrival
Acronym Soup: DOB*date of birth
Acronym Soup: DOM*dirty old man
Acronym Soup: DOS*disk operating system
Acronym Soup: DPKOL*deep passionate kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: Dr *doctor
Acronym Soup: DTOKAB *drop to one knee and bow/blow
Acronym Soup: DTP*desktop publishing
Acronym Soup: DTRT *do the right thing
Acronym Soup: DTTAH*don't try this at home
Acronym Soup: DUCWIC *do you see what i see
Acronym Soup: DUK*dead upon keyboard
Acronym Soup: DUWTWB *do you want to whiteboard
Acronym Soup: DUWWB*do you want to whiteboard
Acronym Soup: DWIM *do what i mean
Acronym Soup: DWIMC*do what i mean correctly
Acronym Soup: DWIMNWIS *do what i mean not what i say
Acronym Soup: DWISNWID *do what i say not what i do
Acronym Soup: DWPKOL *deep wet passionate kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: DYE*damn your eyes
Acronym Soup: DYHWIH *do you hear what i hear
Acronym Soup: DYSWIS *do you see what i see
Acronym Soup: E&OE*errors and omissions excepted
Acronym Soup: E2EG*ear to ear grin
Acronym Soup: ED*emotionally disturbed
Acronym Soup: EDP *emotionally disturbed person
Acronym Soup: EDT *eastern daylight savings time
Acronym Soup: EIF *exercise in futility
Acronym Soup: ELOL*evil laughing out loud
Acronym Soup: EMSG*email message
Acronym Soup: EOB *end of business
Acronym Soup: EOD *end of discussion
Acronym Soup: EOF *end of file
Acronym Soup: EOL *end of lecture
Acronym Soup: eom *end of message
Acronym Soup: EOT *end of thread
Acronym Soup: EPID*every person is different
Acronym Soup: ESOSL *endless snorts of stupid laughter
Acronym Soup: ESP *especially
Acronym Soup: EST *eastern standard time
Acronym Soup: ETA *estimated time of arrival
Acronym Soup: ETLA*extended three letter acronym
Acronym Soup: F2F *face to face
Acronym Soup: FAQ *frequently asked question
Acronym Soup: FART*fathers against radical teenagers
Acronym Soup: FCFS*first come first served
Acronym Soup: FCOL*for crying out loud
Acronym Soup: FDROTFL *falling down rolling on the floor laughing
Acronym Soup: FFTFM *fun for the feeble minded
Acronym Soup: FICCL *frankly i couldn't care less
Acronym Soup: FIL *father in law
Acronym Soup: FIOFY *figure it out for yourself
Acronym Soup: FIRST *forum of incident response and security teams
Acronym Soup: FISH*first in still here
Acronym Soup: FITB*fill in the blank
Acronym Soup: FLEA*four letter extended acronym
Acronym Soup: FLOTUS*first lady of the united states
Acronym Soup: FOAF*friend of a friend
Acronym Soup: FOAFOAG *father of a friend of a girlfriend
Acronym Soup: FOAG*father of a girlfriend
Acronym Soup: FOCL*fell off chair laughing
Acronym Soup: FOD *finger of death
Acronym Soup: FOOBAR*used as a programming expression
Acronym Soup: FOT *full of tripe
Acronym Soup: FOTCL *falling off the chair laughing
Acronym Soup: FRZ *fruitin' religious zealot
Acronym Soup: FSD *fools seldom differ
Acronym Soup: FTASB *faster than a speeding bullet
Acronym Soup: FTBOMH*from the bottom of my heart
Acronym Soup: FTF *face to face
Acronym Soup: FTL *faster than light
Acronym Soup: FTP *file transfer protocol
Acronym Soup: FTR *for the record
Acronym Soup: FTS *fixin' to start
Acronym Soup: FURTB *full up ready to burst
Acronym Soup: FWIW*for what it's worth
Acronym Soup: FWY *freeway
Acronym Soup: FYA *for your amusement
Acronym Soup: FYI *for your information
Acronym Soup: G *grin
Acronym Soup: G2G *got to go
Acronym Soup: GA*go ahead
Acronym Soup: GAC *get a clue
Acronym Soup: GAFIA *get away from it all
Acronym Soup: GAL *get a life
Acronym Soup: GBH *great big hug
Acronym Soup: GBH&K *great big hugs & kisses
Acronym Soup: GBH&KB*great big hugs & kisses back
Acronym Soup: GD&R*grinning ducking and running
Acronym Soup: GD&RF *grinning ducking and running fast
Acronym Soup: GD&RVVF *grinning ducking and running very very fast
Acronym Soup: GD&W*grinning ducking and weaving
Acronym Soup: GF*girlfriend
Acronym Soup: GFN *gone for now
Acronym Soup: GFR *grim file reaper
Acronym Soup: GG*gotta go; good game
Acronym Soup: GGGGG *geez!
Acronym Soup: GGN *gotta go now
Acronym Soup: GGP *gotta go pee
Acronym Soup: GH*getting hard (male)
Acronym Soup: GIF *graphical interchange format
Acronym Soup: GIGO*garbage in garbage out; garbage in gospel out
Acronym Soup: GIWIST*gee i wish i'd said that
Acronym Soup: GJ*good job
Acronym Soup: GJP *good job partner
Acronym Soup: GL*good luck
Acronym Soup: GLG *goofy little grin
Acronym Soup: GLGH*good luck and good hunting
Acronym Soup: GMT *greenwich mean time
Acronym Soup: GMTA*great minds think alike
Acronym Soup: GOK *god only knows
Acronym Soup: GOOML *get out of my life
Acronym Soup: GOS *girlfriend over shoulder
Acronym Soup: GOTFIA*groaning on the floor in agony
Acronym Soup: GOWI*get on with it
Acronym Soup: GPF *general protection fault; go puke fast
Acronym Soup: GR8 *great
Acronym Soup: GRQ *get rich quick
Acronym Soup: GRUIT *get real you impudent thing
Acronym Soup: GSH *good sense of humour
Acronym Soup: GTBOS *glad to be of service
Acronym Soup: GTG *got to go
Acronym Soup: GTGB*got to get beer
Acronym Soup: GTGN*got to go now
Acronym Soup: GTP *got to pee
Acronym Soup: GTS *god that sucked
Acronym Soup: GTSU*glad/good to see you
Acronym Soup: GW*getting wet
Acronym Soup: H&K *hugs & kisses
Acronym Soup: H2*how to
Acronym Soup: HABO*have a better one
Acronym Soup: HACB*horny as can be
Acronym Soup: HAGN*have a good night
Acronym Soup: HAGO*have a good one
Acronym Soup: HAK *hugs and kisses
Acronym Soup: HAND*have a nice day
Acronym Soup: HATM*howling at the moon
Acronym Soup: HB*honey bear; hummingbird
Acronym Soup: HCB *holy cow batman
Acronym Soup: HHB *hello honey bear
Acronym Soup: HHGTTG*hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy
Acronym Soup: HHIS*hanging head in shame
Acronym Soup: HHO1/2K *ha ha only half kidding
Acronym Soup: HHOJ*ha ha only joking
Acronym Soup: HHOK*ha ha only kidding
Acronym Soup: HHOS*ha ha only serious
Acronym Soup: HICA*here it comes again
Acronym Soup: HNG *horny net geek
Acronym Soup: HOAS*hold on a second
Acronym Soup: HOMPR *hang on mobile phone's ringing
Acronym Soup: HOPR*hang on phone's ringing
Acronym Soup: HOS *husband over shoulder
Acronym Soup: HOUER *hanging on your every word
Acronym Soup: HOYER *hanging on your every word
Acronym Soup: HP*home page
Acronym Soup: HSIK*how should i know
Acronym Soup: HSP *highly sensitive person
Acronym Soup: HTH *hope this helps
Acronym Soup: HTML*hypertext markup language
Acronym Soup: HTTP*hyper text transfer protocol
Acronym Soup: HW*hardware
Acronym Soup: HWS(PEST) *husband wants sex (please excuse slow typing)
Acronym Soup: HWY *highway
Acronym Soup: IAAA*i am an accountant
Acronym Soup: IAAD*i am a doctor
Acronym Soup: IAAL*i am a lawyer
Acronym Soup: IAC *in any case
Acronym Soup: IAE *in any event
Acronym Soup: IAGFII*it's all good fun isn't it
Acronym Soup: IANA*internet assigned numbers authority
Acronym Soup: IANAA *i am not an accountant
Acronym Soup: IANAC *i am not a crook
Acronym Soup: IANAD *i am not a doctor
Acronym Soup: IANAL *i am not a lawyer
Acronym Soup: IANYM *in a new york minute
Acronym Soup: IANYS *in a new york second
Acronym Soup: IAP *internet access provider
Acronym Soup: IASH*i am so horny
Acronym Soup: IAY *i adore you
Acronym Soup: IB*i'm back
Acronym Soup: IBC *inadequate but cute
Acronym Soup: IBM *inadequate but marketable
Acronym Soup: IBTD*i beg to differ
Acronym Soup: IC*i see
Acronym Soup: ICAM*i couldn't agree more
Acronym Soup: ICB *i care because
Acronym Soup: ICBW*i could be wrong
Acronym Soup: ICCL*i couldn't care less
Acronym Soup: ICP *internet content provider
Acronym Soup: ICTYBTIHTKY- I Could Tell You But Then I'd Have To Kill You
Acronym Soup: ICUR*i see you are
Acronym Soup: ID*identification
Acronym Soup: IDGAD *i don't give a damn
Acronym Soup: IDGI*i don't get it
Acronym Soup: IDK *i don't know
Acronym Soup: IDN *i don't know
Acronym Soup: iDOT*internet development outreach and technology
Acronym Soup: IDTS*i don't think so
Acronym Soup: IDTT*i'll drink to that
Acronym Soup: IE*in effect
Acronym Soup: IETF*internet engineering task force
Acronym Soup: IGP *i gotta pee
Acronym Soup: IIABDFI *if it ain't broke don't fix it
Acronym Soup: IIRC*if i recall/remember correctly
Acronym Soup: IJLS*i just like saying
Acronym Soup: IK*i know; inverse kinematics
Acronym Soup: IKWUM *i know what you mean
Acronym Soup: IKWYM *i know what you mean
Acronym Soup: ILI *i like ike
Acronym Soup: ILU *i love you
Acronym Soup: ILUIS *i laughed until i stopped
Acronym Soup: ILUT*i love you too
Acronym Soup: ILY *i love you
Acronym Soup: ILY4E *i love you forever
Acronym Soup: IMAO*in my arrogant opinion
Acronym Soup: IMBO*in my biased opinion
Acronym Soup: IMCDO *in my conceited dogmatic opinion
Acronym Soup: IMCO*in my considered opinion
Acronym Soup: IME *in my experience
Acronym Soup: IMHO*in my humble opinion
Acronym Soup: IMMOR *i make my own rules
Acronym Soup: IMNSHO*in my not so humble opinion
Acronym Soup: IMO *in my opinion
Acronym Soup: IMOBO *in my own biased opinion
Acronym Soup: IMPE*in my personal/previous experience
Acronym Soup: IMPOV *in my point of view
Acronym Soup: IMS *i must say
Acronym Soup: IMVHO *in my very humble opinion
Acronym Soup: Inc.*incorporated
Acronym Soup: INGSI *i'm not going to say it
Acronym Soup: INPO*in no particular order
Acronym Soup: INT *i'll never tell
Acronym Soup: IO*input/output
Acronym Soup: IOU *i owe you
Acronym Soup: IOW *in other words
Acronym Soup: IP*internet protocol
Acronym Soup: IR*inter racial
Acronym Soup: IRC *internet relay chat
Acronym Soup: IRL *in real life
Acronym Soup: IROOC *i've run out of cigarettes
Acronym Soup: IRT *in real time
Acronym Soup: ISC *i stand corrected
Acronym Soup: ISDN*integrated services digital network
Acronym Soup: ISO *in search of
Acronym Soup: ISP *internet service provider
Acronym Soup: ISTM*it seems to me
Acronym Soup: ISTR*i seem to remember
Acronym Soup: IT*information technology
Acronym Soup: ITAK*it takes all kinds
Acronym Soup: ITFA*in the final analysis
Acronym Soup: ITMA*its that man again
Acronym Soup: ITYM*i think you mean
Acronym Soup: IUTHALORFH*i used to have a lot of respect for him/her
Acronym Soup: IUTKATS *i used to know all that stuff
Acronym Soup: IWALU *i will always love you
Acronym Soup: IWALY *i will always love you
Acronym Soup: IWBNI *it would be nice if
Acronym Soup: IWIK*i wish i knew
Acronym Soup: IYD *in your dreams
Acronym Soup: IYF *in your face
Acronym Soup: IYFEG *insert your favourite ethnic group
Acronym Soup: IYKWIM*if you know what i mean
Acronym Soup: IYQ *i like you [say it, don't read it]
Acronym Soup: IYSWIM*if you see what i mean
Acronym Soup: J/K *just kidding
Acronym Soup: JAM *just a moment
Acronym Soup: JAO *just another observer
Acronym Soup: JAS *just a second
Acronym Soup: JFF *just for fun
Acronym Soup: JFTR*just for the record
Acronym Soup: JFYI*just for your information
Acronym Soup: JIC *just in case
Acronym Soup: JIT *just in time
Acronym Soup: JLY *jesus loves you
Acronym Soup: JMHO*just my humble opinion
Acronym Soup: JMO *just my opinion
Acronym Soup: JMOOC *just my opinion of course
Acronym Soup: JOTL*joy of the lord
Acronym Soup: JPEG*joint photographic experts group
Acronym Soup: Jr*junior
Acronym Soup: JSYK*just so you know
Acronym Soup: JTLYK *just to let you know
Acronym Soup: JTUSK *just thought you should know
Acronym Soup: JTYMLTK *just thought you might like to know
Acronym Soup: JTYWTK*just thought you wanted to know
Acronym Soup: K *okay
Acronym Soup: KIA *know it all
Acronym Soup: KISS*keep it simple stupid
Acronym Soup: KMB *kiss my butt
Acronym Soup: KMWIH *kick me where it hurts
Acronym Soup: KMYF*kiss me you fool
Acronym Soup: KOL *kiss on lips
Acronym Soup: KOS *kids over shoulder
Acronym Soup: KOTC*kiss on the cheek
Acronym Soup: KOTL*kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: KOTM*kook of the month
Acronym Soup: KTCOOTN *keep this crap out of this newsgroup
Acronym Soup: KWIM*know what i mean
Acronym Soup: KYHOOTW *keep your head out of the water
Acronym Soup: KYHU*keep your head up
Acronym Soup: L8R *later
Acronym Soup: L8TRZ *laters
Acronym Soup: LALL*live and let live
Acronym Soup: LAN *local area network
Acronym Soup: LART*luser attitude re-adjustment tool
Acronym Soup: LDTO*lets ditch this one
Acronym Soup: LDWPKOL *long deep wet passionate kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: LHM *lord help me
Acronym Soup: LHU *lord help us
Acronym Soup: LJBF*let's just be friends
Acronym Soup: LLAP*live long and prosper
Acronym Soup: LLTA*lots and lots of thunderous applause
Acronym Soup: LMA *leave me alone
Acronym Soup: LMC *lost my connection
Acronym Soup: LMCOA *lost my connection once again
Acronym Soup: LMK *let me know
Acronym Soup: LOFLOL*lying on floor laughing out loud
Acronym Soup: LoTR*lord of the rings
Acronym Soup: LSFIAB*like shooting fish in a barrel
Acronym Soup: LSHIH *laughing so hard it hurts
Acronym Soup: LSHIPMP *laughing so hard i peed my pants
Acronym Soup: LSHMBIB *laughing so hard my belly is bouncing
Acronym Soup: LSHMSB*laughing so hard my stitches burst
Acronym Soup: LSMIF *laughing so much i farted
Acronym Soup: LSMISMT *laughing so much i shot my tampax
Acronym Soup: LSP *less sensitive person
Acronym Soup: LTBF*learn to be funny
Acronym Soup: LTIP*laughing 'til i puke
Acronym Soup: LTM *laughing to myself
Acronym Soup: LTMSH *laughing 'til my sides hurt
Acronym Soup: LTNS*long time no see
Acronym Soup: LTR *long term relationship
Acronym Soup: LUSER *loser user
Acronym Soup: LY*love ya
Acronym Soup: LYIC*love you in christ
Acronym Soup: LYLAB *love you like a brother
Acronym Soup: LYLAS *love you like a sister
Acronym Soup: LYWAMH*love you with all my heart
Acronym Soup: M8*mate
Acronym Soup: MAY *mad about you
Acronym Soup: MAYB*mad about you baby
Acronym Soup: MB*message board
Acronym Soup: MBR *master boot record
Acronym Soup: MCIBTY*my computer is better than yours
Acronym Soup: MD*mailed
Acronym Soup: MDT *mountain daily team
Acronym Soup: MFG *more friendly garbage
Acronym Soup: MHBFY *my heart bleeds for you
Acronym Soup: MHDC*my hard drive crashed
Acronym Soup: MHM *members helping members
Acronym Soup: MHOTY *my hat's off to you
Acronym Soup: MIL *mother in law
Acronym Soup: MIME*multi-purpose internet mail extensions
Acronym Soup: MING*mailing
Acronym Soup: MIPS*meaningless information per second
Acronym Soup: ML*more later
Acronym Soup: MLA *multiple letter acronym
Acronym Soup: MM*multi media
Acronym Soup: MMIF*my mouth is full
Acronym Soup: MMX *multi-media extensions
Acronym Soup: MNC *mother nature calls
Acronym Soup: MOF *matter of fact
Acronym Soup: MOMN*milk out my nose
Acronym Soup: MORF*male or female
Acronym Soup: MOS *member of the opposite sex
Acronym Soup: MOTAS *member of the appropriate sex
Acronym Soup: MOTD*message of the day
Acronym Soup: MOTOS *member of the opposite sex
Acronym Soup: MOTSS *member of the same sex
Acronym Soup: MPH *miles per hour
Acronym Soup: MSCEA *my southern comfort's empty again
Acronym Soup: MSIE*microsoft internet explorer
Acronym Soup: MSS *member of the same sex
Acronym Soup: MST *mountain standard time
Acronym Soup: MT*my time
Acronym Soup: MTFBWY*may the force be with you
Acronym Soup: MUD *multi-user dungeon/domain
Acronym Soup: MUNG*mash/mung until no good
Acronym Soup: MYOB*mind your own business
Acronym Soup: N/M *never mind
Acronym Soup: NADM*never a dull moment
Acronym Soup: NAGI*not a good idea
Acronym Soup: NAVY*never again volunteer yourself
Acronym Soup: NBD *no big deal
Acronym Soup: NBL *not bloody likely
Acronym Soup: NBTD*nothing better to do
Acronym Soup: NCB *never change baby
Acronym Soup: NDB *none of your damned business
Acronym Soup: NDM *no disrespect meant
Acronym Soup: NE1 *anyone
Acronym Soup: NERD*national establishment for real dorks
Acronym Soup: NGT *not gonna tell
Acronym Soup: NHOH*never heard of her/him
Acronym Soup: NICBDAT *nothing is certain but death and taxes
Acronym Soup: NIDWTC*no i don't want to chat
Acronym Soup: NIH *not invented here
Acronym Soup: NIMBY *not in my back yard
Acronym Soup: NIMTO *not in my term of office
Acronym Soup: NINO*nothing in nothing out
Acronym Soup: NIT *not in therapy
Acronym Soup: NLI *not logged in
Acronym Soup: NLT *no later than
Acronym Soup: NM*never mind
Acronym Soup: NMI *no middle initial
Acronym Soup: NMP *not my problem
Acronym Soup: NMS *not my style
Acronym Soup: NMSAA *not my style at all
Acronym Soup: NN*night night
Acronym Soup: NNTP*network news transfer protocol
Acronym Soup: NoCeM *no see 'em
Acronym Soup: NOOTO *nothing out of the ordinary
Acronym Soup: NORWICH *knickers off ready when i come home
Acronym Soup: NOYB*none of your business
Acronym Soup: NOYL*not on your life
Acronym Soup: NP*no problem
Acronym Soup: NPF *no problem found
Acronym Soup: NPLU*not people like us
Acronym Soup: NQA *no questions asked
Acronym Soup: NQOS*not quite our sort
Acronym Soup: NRN *no reply necessary
Acronym Soup: NS*netscape
Acronym Soup: NT*no text
Acronym Soup: NTG *not too good
Acronym Soup: NTH *no therapy helpful
Acronym Soup: NTIBOA*not that i'm bitter or anything
Acronym Soup: NTIM*not that it matters
Acronym Soup: NTIMM *not that it matters much
Acronym Soup: NTL *none the less
Acronym Soup: NUI *network user identification
Acronym Soup: NYCTMI*now you come to mention it
Acronym Soup: NYI *not yet implemented
Acronym Soup: NYM *new york minute
Acronym Soup: NYP *not your problem
Acronym Soup: O *over [to you]
Acronym Soup: OATUS *on a totally unrelated subject
Acronym Soup: OAUS*on an unrelated subject
Acronym Soup: OB*obligatory; oh baby
Acronym Soup: OBTW*oh by the way
Acronym Soup: OD*overdose; oh dear
Acronym Soup: OFS *one finger salute
Acronym Soup: OIC *oh i see
Acronym Soup: OMA *on my ass
Acronym Soup: OMB *on my butt
Acronym Soup: OMG *oh my god
Acronym Soup: ONNA*oh no not again
Acronym Soup: ONNTA *oh no not that/this again
Acronym Soup: OO*over and out
Acronym Soup: OOC *out of character
Acronym Soup: OOI *out of interest
Acronym Soup: OOSOOM*out of sight out of mind
Acronym Soup: OS*operating system
Acronym Soup: OT*off topic
Acronym Soup: OT1H*on the one hand
Acronym Soup: OTC *over the counter
Acronym Soup: OTD *out the door
Acronym Soup: OTF *on the floor
Acronym Soup: OTGH*on the gripping hand
Acronym Soup: OTL *out to lunch
Acronym Soup: OTOH*on the other hand
Acronym Soup: OTOOH *on the other other hand
Acronym Soup: OTT *over the top
Acronym Soup: OTTH*on the third hand
Acronym Soup: OTTOMH*off the top of my head
Acronym Soup: OTW *on the whole
Acronym Soup: OW*oh well
Acronym Soup: OWTTE *or words to that effect
Acronym Soup: PABG*pack a big gun
Acronym Soup: PAW *parents are watching
Acronym Soup: PBM *play by mail (games)
Acronym Soup: PC*personal computer
Acronym Soup: PCB *please call back
Acronym Soup: PCMCIA*people can't master computer industry acronyms
Acronym Soup: PD*public domain
Acronym Soup: PDA *public display of affection
Acronym Soup: PDN *public data network
Acronym Soup: PDPMEMA *please don't post my email address
Acronym Soup: PDQ *pretty damn quick
Acronym Soup: PDS *please don't shout
Acronym Soup: PDT *pacific daylight savings time
Acronym Soup: PEBCAK*problem exists between chair and keyboard
Acronym Soup: PEM *privacy enhanced mail
Acronym Soup: PEST*please excuse slow typing
Acronym Soup: PGP *pretty good privacy
Acronym Soup: PhD *piled higher and deeper
Acronym Soup: PIMP*pee in my pants
Acronym Soup: PKB *pot, kettle, black
Acronym Soup: PKOC*passionate kiss on the cheek
Acronym Soup: PKOL*passionate kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: PLMK*please let me know
Acronym Soup: PLMKO *please let me know ok
Acronym Soup: PLOKTA*press lots of keys to abort
Acronym Soup: PLS *please
Acronym Soup: PMBI*pardon my butting in
Acronym Soup: PMETC *pardon me etc
Acronym Soup: PMFBI *pardon me for butting in
Acronym Soup: PMFI*problem magically fixed itself
Acronym Soup: PMFJI *pardon me for jumping in
Acronym Soup: PMFJIH*pardon me for jumping in here
Acronym Soup: PMJI*pardon my jumping in
Acronym Soup: PMP *peed my pants
Acronym Soup: PO*piss off
Acronym Soup: POAHF *put on a happy face
Acronym Soup: POM *phase of the moon
Acronym Soup: POP *point of presence
Acronym Soup: POQ *piss off quickly
Acronym Soup: POQADCB *piss off quickly and don't come back
Acronym Soup: POS *parents over shoulder
Acronym Soup: POTS*plain old telephone service/system
Acronym Soup: POTUS *president of the united states
Acronym Soup: POV *point of view
Acronym Soup: PPL *people
Acronym Soup: PPP *point-to-point protocol
Acronym Soup: PPPP*previous paragraph was polemical position
Acronym Soup: PS*post script
Acronym Soup: PST *pacific standard time
Acronym Soup: PTB *powers that be
Acronym Soup: PTL *praise the lord
Acronym Soup: PTLAPTA *praise the lord and pass the ammunition
Acronym Soup: PTMM*please tell me more
Acronym Soup: PTMY*pleased to meet you
Acronym Soup: PTMYA *pleased to make your acquaintance
Acronym Soup: PTO *please turn over
Acronym Soup: PW*pathetic wanker
Acronym Soup: Q *queue
Acronym Soup: QPQ *quid pro quo
Acronym Soup: QT*cutie; quiet
Acronym Soup: RA*red alert
Acronym Soup: RAS *running and screaming
Acronym Soup: RE*regarding
Acronym Soup: RFC *request for comment
Acronym Soup: RFD *request for discussion
Acronym Soup: RFM *reply to flagged message
Acronym Soup: RFT *request for thinking
Acronym Soup: RHIP*rank hath its privileges
Acronym Soup: RL*real life
Acronym Soup: RLCO*real life conference
Acronym Soup: RMH *real manly hug
Acronym Soup: RNA *ring no answer
Acronym Soup: ROFFNAR *rolling on the floor for no apparent reason
Acronym Soup: ROFL*rolling on floor laughing
Acronym Soup: ROFLMHO *rolling on floor laughing my head off
Acronym Soup: ROFLOL*rolling on floor laughing out loud
Acronym Soup: ROFLUTS *rolling on floor laughing unable to speak
Acronym Soup: ROFLWPIMP *rolling on floor laughing whilst peeing in my pants
Acronym Soup: ROTBA *reality on the blink again
Acronym Soup: ROTF*rolling on the floor
Acronym Soup: ROTFL *rolling on the floor laughing
Acronym Soup: ROTFLAS *rolling on the floor laughing and snorting
Acronym Soup: ROTFLBTC*rolling on the floor laughing biting the carpet
Acronym Soup: ROTM*right on the money
Acronym Soup: RPG *role playing game
Acronym Soup: RSN *real soon now
Acronym Soup: RT*real time
Acronym Soup: RTM *read the manual
Acronym Soup: RTS *read the screen; real time strategy
Acronym Soup: RUMF*are you male or female
Acronym Soup: RUMORF*are you male or female
Acronym Soup: SAH *screw a hamster
Acronym Soup: SAHM*stay at home mum
Acronym Soup: SASS*short attention span society/syndrome
Acronym Soup: SAT *sorry about that
Acronym Soup: SCNR*sorry, could not resist
Acronym Soup: SEC *second, e.g. wait a sec
Acronym Soup: SEP *somebody else's problem
Acronym Soup: SETE*smiling ear to ear
Acronym Soup: SFAIAA*so far as i am aware
Acronym Soup: SFLA*stupid four letter acronym
Acronym Soup: SGML*standardised generalised markup language
Acronym Soup: SHTSI *somebody had to say it
Acronym Soup: SIG *special interest group
Acronym Soup: SIIK*stuffed if i know
Acronym Soup: SIL *sister in law
Acronym Soup: SIT *stay in touch
Acronym Soup: SITD*still in the dark
Acronym Soup: SLIP*serial line interface protocol
Acronym Soup: SMG *suck my goat
Acronym Soup: SMO *serious mode on
Acronym Soup: SMOFF *serious mode off
Acronym Soup: SMOP*small matter of programming
Acronym Soup: SMTP*simple mail transfer protocol
Acronym Soup: SNERT *snot-nosed egostical rude teenager
Acronym Soup: SNR *signal to noise ratio
Acronym Soup: SO*significant other
Acronym Soup: SOHB*sense of humour bypass
Acronym Soup: SOI *stink on ice; state of insanity
Acronym Soup: SOP *standard operating procedure
Acronym Soup: SOT *short of time
Acronym Soup: SOTMG *short of time must go
Acronym Soup: SOVS*someone very special
Acronym Soup: SRY *sorry
Acronym Soup: ST*such that
Acronym Soup: ST-DS9*star trek deep space 9
Acronym Soup: ST-TNG*star trek the next generation
Acronym Soup: ST-TOS*star trek the original series
Acronym Soup: ST-VOY*star trek voyager
Acronym Soup: STS *so to speak
Acronym Soup: SUCDIC*situation under control dickheads in charge
Acronym Soup: SUFID *screwing up face in disgust
Acronym Soup: SUL *see you later
Acronym Soup: SUNOILTY*shut up no one is listening to you
Acronym Soup: SUP *what's up
Acronym Soup: SUYP*shut up you pervert
Acronym Soup: SWAK*sealed with a kiss
Acronym Soup: SWALK *sealed with a loving kiss
Acronym Soup: SWDYRTW *since when do you rule the web
Acronym Soup: SWL *screaming with laughter
Acronym Soup: SWMBO *she who must be obeyed
Acronym Soup: SWYP*so what's your problem
Acronym Soup: SYL *see you later
Acronym Soup: SYSOP *system operator
Acronym Soup: SYT *sweet young thing
Acronym Soup: SYWWBY*see ya*wouldn't wanna be ya
Acronym Soup: TABA*throws a beer at
Acronym Soup: TAF *that's all folks
Acronym Soup: TAFN*that's all for now
Acronym Soup: TANJ*there ain't no justice
Acronym Soup: TANSTAAFL *there ain't no such thing as a free lunch
Acronym Soup: TASW*that's all she wrote
Acronym Soup: TAWIS *that ain't what i said
Acronym Soup: TBC *to be continued
Acronym Soup: TBE *to be expected
Acronym Soup: TBYB*try before you buy
Acronym Soup: TC*telephone call; take care
Acronym Soup: TCB *taking care of business
Acronym Soup: TCD *the cat's dead
Acronym Soup: TDD *the dog's dead
Acronym Soup: TDM *too damn many
Acronym Soup: TEOTWAWKI *the end of the world as we know it
Acronym Soup: TFTT*thanks for the thought
Acronym Soup: TGAL*think globally act locally
Acronym Soup: TGIF*thank god it's friday
Acronym Soup: TGTF*thank god tomorrow's friday
Acronym Soup: TIA *thanks in advance
Acronym Soup: TIATLG*truly i am the living god
Acronym Soup: TIC *tongue in cheek
Acronym Soup: TIIC*those idiots in control
Acronym Soup: TIME*tears in my eyes
Acronym Soup: TIMTOWTDI *there is more than one way to do it
Acronym Soup: TINALO*this is not a legal opinion
Acronym Soup: TINAR *this is not a recommendation
Acronym Soup: TINC*there is no cabal
Acronym Soup: TINWIS*that is not what i said
Acronym Soup: TIP *to insure promptness
Acronym Soup: TJATAW*truth justice and the american way
Acronym Soup: TLA *three letter acronym
Acronym Soup: TLC *tender loving care
Acronym Soup: TLG *the living god
Acronym Soup: TM*thread mangler
Acronym Soup: TMI *too much information
Acronym Soup: TMIKTLIU*the more i know the less i understand
Acronym Soup: TN*telnet
Acronym Soup: TNOTVS*there's nothing on television so
Acronym Soup: TNX *thanks
Acronym Soup: TOTBAL*there ought to be a law
Acronym Soup: TPAE*the possibilities are endless
Acronym Soup: TPS(S)*this program sucks (severely)
Acronym Soup: TPTB*the powers that be
Acronym Soup: TRDMC *tears running down my cheeks
Acronym Soup: TSOHF *total sense of humour failure
Acronym Soup: TSR *terminate and stay resident
Acronym Soup: TTBE*that's to be expected
Acronym Soup: TTBOMK*to the best of my knowledge
Acronym Soup: TTFN*ta ta for now
Acronym Soup: TTL4N *that's the lot for now
Acronym Soup: TTM *to the moderator
Acronym Soup: TTSP*this too shall pass
Acronym Soup: TTTT*these things take time
Acronym Soup: TTUL*talk/type to you later
Acronym Soup: TTYL*talk to you later
Acronym Soup: TTYRS *talk to you real soon
Acronym Soup: TVB *top versus bottom
Acronym Soup: TWAIN *technology without an important name
Acronym Soup: TWIMC *to whom it may concern
Acronym Soup: TWIS*that's what i said
Acronym Soup: TWTST *that will take some thought
Acronym Soup: TWYAS *that's what you all say
Acronym Soup: TWYT*that's what you think
Acronym Soup: TY*thank you
Acronym Soup: TYT *take your time
Acronym Soup: TYVM*thank you very much
Acronym Soup: U/L *upload
Acronym Soup: UAE *unrecoverable application error
Acronym Soup: UBE *unsolicited bulk email
Acronym Soup: UFLA*unidentified four letter acronym
Acronym Soup: UGTBK *you've got to be kidding
Acronym Soup: UL*upload
Acronym Soup: UOK *you ok?
Acronym Soup: URL *uniform resource locator
Acronym Soup: URLCM *you are welcome
Acronym Soup: USU *usually
Acronym Soup: UT4S*you type for shit
Acronym Soup: UTT *under the table
Acronym Soup: UUCP*unix-tounix copy
Acronym Soup: VBG *very big grin
Acronym Soup: VDPKOL*very deep passionate kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: VDWPKOL *very deep wet passionate kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: VH*virtual hug
Acronym Soup: VR*virtual reality
Acronym Soup: VRML*virtual reality modelling language
Acronym Soup: VT*virtual time
Acronym Soup: W/*with
Acronym Soup: W/O *with out
Acronym Soup: W8*wait
Acronym Soup: W8ING *waiting
Acronym Soup: WAB *what another bill
Acronym Soup: WAEF*when all else fails
Acronym Soup: WAG *wild assed guess
Acronym Soup: WAIS*wide area information server
Acronym Soup: WALOC *what a load of crap
Acronym Soup: WAN *wide area network
Acronym Soup: WB*welcome back
Acronym Soup: WBS *write back soon
Acronym Soup: WBSP*write back soon please
Acronym Soup: WC*way cool
Acronym Soup: WCAGA *what comes around goes around
Acronym Soup: WDYMBT*what do you mean by that
Acronym Soup: WFHC*why for how come?
Acronym Soup: WFM *works for me
Acronym Soup: WIBNIF*wouldn't it be nice if
Acronym Soup: WITY*what's it to you
Acronym Soup: WMMOWS*wash my mouth out with soap
Acronym Soup: WOA *work of art
Acronym Soup: WOM *word of mouth
Acronym Soup: WOMBAT*waste of money brains and time
Acronym Soup: WOS *wife over shoulder
Acronym Soup: WPKOL *wet passionate kiss on the lips
Acronym Soup: WRT *with regard/respect to
Acronym Soup: WSDMU *we sure did miss you
Acronym Soup: WTG *way to go
Acronym Soup: WTH *what the hell
Acronym Soup: WUC *why you cry?
Acronym Soup: WWW *world wide web; world wide wait
Acronym Soup: WWYC*write when you can
Acronym Soup: WYGIWYG *what you got is what you get
Acronym Soup: WYGIWYPF*what you get is what you pay for
Acronym Soup: WYM *what you mean?
Acronym Soup: WYP *what's your point?
Acronym Soup: WYSIWYG *what you see is what you get
Acronym Soup: WYSOH *where's your sense of humour?
Acronym Soup: XYZ *examine your zipper
Acronym Soup: Y2K *the year 2000
Acronym Soup: YAABH *you are a big help
Acronym Soup: YABA*yet another bloody acronym
Acronym Soup: YAOTM *yet another off-topic message
Acronym Soup: YASAWYAB*you are so angry when you are beautiful
Acronym Soup: YASBWYAA*you are so beautiful when you are angry
Acronym Soup: YBS *you'll be sorry
Acronym Soup: YCIITM*your check/cheque is in the mail
Acronym Soup: YCLIU *you can look it up
Acronym Soup: YCTFS *you can't type for shit
Acronym Soup: YGGM*your guess is as good as mine
Acronym Soup: YGTBK *you've got to be kidding
Acronym Soup: YHBW*you have been warned
Acronym Soup: YHL *you have lost
Acronym Soup: YHTBT *you had to be there
Acronym Soup: YIAH*yes i am here
Acronym Soup: YKINOK*your kink is not ok
Acronym Soup: YKWIM *you know what i mean
Acronym Soup: YKYATP*you know you're a tired parent
Acronym Soup: YM*you mean
Acronym Soup: YOYO*you're on your own
Acronym Soup: YOYOW *you own your own words
Acronym Soup: YR*yeah right
Acronym Soup: YSS *you suck severely
Acronym Soup: YT*yours truly
Acronym Soup: YTMOB *you turn me on baby
Acronym Soup: YW*you're welcome
Acronym Soup: YWSYLS*you win some you lose some
Acronym Soup: YYBBHH*yeh yeh beep beep honk honk
Acronym Soup: YYSSW *ya ya sure sure whatever
Acronym used for direct data transfers between disk & ram*dma
Acrophobia is a fear of ___________*heights
Active volcano in the Philippines, in the central part of Luzon?*mount pinatubo
Actor ______ Borgnine*Ernest
Actor ______ Hackman*Gene
Actor ______ Nimoy*Leonard
Actor ______ Savalas*Telly
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger bought the first Hummer manufactured for civilian use when*1992
Actress Amy Irving divorced her producer husband in 1989, who was he*steven spielberg
Actress Fenella Fielding's late brother was a famous comedian, what was his name*marty feldman
Actress Jody Foster was a student at what college*Yale
Actually caused by layers of hot air refracting sunlight*mirage
Acute infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract, caused by more than 100 kinds of viruses*common cold
Acute, highly contagious viral disease, often fatal, that appears to have been completely eradicated*smallpox
Acute, infectious, contagious disease of the respiratory tract, especially the trachea*Influenza
Addictive drug prepared from morphine*heroin
Addis Ababa is the capital of which country*ethiopia
Address of the White House*1600 pennsylvania avenue
Adjustable fabric roof of a car*drophead
Administrative division of the kingdom of great britain, occupying the northern third of the island of great britain*Scotland
Admiral Donitz succeeded Hitler in which year*1945
Adolf Hitler became chancellor of germany in 1928, 1930 or 1933*1933
Adolf Hitler become chancellor of Germany in 1928, 1930 or 1933*1933
Adolf Hitler was fascinated by _____*hands
Advertising film which is informative and purportedly objective*infomercial
Advertising slogans: don't leave home without it (name the company)*american express
Advertising slogans: nobody does it like _____ _____*sara lee
Advertising-supported cable television network founded in 1980 by American businessman Ted Turner and wholly owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Incorporated, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia*CNN
Advocating or practising total abstinence from alcohol*teetotal
African tree with massive trunk and edible fruit*baobab
Afrikaans developed from which language*dutch
After Athens which is the largest Greek speaking city in the world*melbourne
After Caesar, who did Cleopatra woo*mark antony
after five years as "suzanne sugarbaker", delta burke leaves the hit show?*designing women
After five years as "Suzanne Sugarbaker", Delta Burke left what hit show*Designing Women
After Greenland, which is the second largest island*new guinea
After his vision, who was Saul known as*paul
After how many points do players change service in table tennis*Five*5
After leaving '10000 maniacs', who released her first solo album 'Tiger Lily' in 1995*Natalie Merchant
After leaving 'The Belmonts', which was Dion's first hit on the Laurie label in October 1960*Lonely Teenager
After Paris which is the largest French speaking city in the world*montreal
After recording 'The Nitty Gritty', who released the rhyming 'Name Game'*Shirley Ellis
After Russia and Kazakhstan, what is the third largest of the former Soviet republics*ukraine
after she recorded "the nitty gritty" this lady released the rhyming "name game"?*shirley ellis
After Solomon's death, the Kingdom of Israel split into two; Israel with its capital at Shechem, and Judah. Which city was the capital of Judah*jerusalem
After spending hours working at a computer display, what colour will a blank piece of white paper probably appear to be*pink
After the end of the Vietnam War, to what was Saigon's name changed*h0 chi min city
After The Fire made "Der Kommissar" popular, but which eighties musician performed it originally?*Falco
After the Second World War, in what year did clothes rationing end*1949
After which battle of the English Civil War did Charles II hide in an oak tree at Boscobel, to avoid capture by the Roundheads*worcester
After which creature is the Californian island of Alcatraz named*pelican
After which Italian is America named*Amerigo Vespucci
After which war did cigarette smoking become fashionable*crimean war
After who is the 'Ramses' brand condom named*Pharaoh Ramses II
After who was 'decibel' named*alexander graham bell
After who was Mickey Mouse named*Mickey Rooney
After who was the month of August named*Augustus Caesar
After who was the month of July named*Julius Caesar
After whom is the month of January named*janus
After whom is the month of July named*julius caesar
After whose rebellion were the 'Bloody Assizes' presided over by the infamous Judge Jeffreys*duke of monmouth
After WW I what was Hitler promoted to in rank*corporal
Agatha Christie disappeared for 10 days in which year*1926
Agatha Christie's elderly female crimesolver*miss marple
Agency of the Executive Office of the President of the United States, created in 1947, together with the National Security Council.*central intelligence agency
Agency of the United States government, generally responsible for administering federal policy for Native Americans and Inuits (Eskimos)*bureau of indian affairs
Agent Blue is a herbicide that was used agaainst the Vietnamese, what type of poisonous compound does it contain*arsenic
Agricultural and industrial region in the state of New South Wales, Australia, about 160 km (about 100 mi) north of Sydney.*hunter valley
Agricultural science concerning methods of soil management & crop production*agronomy
Agriculture incorporating the cultivation and conservation of trees*agroforestry
Ailurophobia is the fear of what*cats
Air is 21% oxygen, 78% ______, and 1% other gases*nitrogen
Air under pressure greater than that of the atmosphere*compressed air
Al Capone's business card identified him as a what*furniture dealer
Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg wrote which hit musical*les miserables
Alamein how many Ringling brothers were there*five
Alanis Morrisette appeared on what 80's cable children's show?*You Can't Do that On Television
Albany is the capital of _____*New York
Albert Einstein couldn't talk properly until he was nine, and was thought to be suffering from ______*Dyslexia
Alberta's shield on the coat of arms, bears the cross of*saint george
Alcatraz: this inmates nickname was "machine gun"*george kelly
Alcohol is added to soap to make it*Clear
Alcoholic beverage made from rice*arrack
Alcoholic beverage produced by fermenting the juice of grapes*wine
Alex and his 'droogs' are thugs in what Anthony Burgess novel*a Clockwork Orange
Alexander Hamilton was shot by Aaron Burr where*in the groin
Alexander the Great suffered from what malady*epilepsy
Alfred Gerald Caplin is better known as this (first+last name)*al capp
Algebra: Define the value of X: -10x - 19 = 19 - 8x*-19
Algebra: Define the value of X: -11+10x+11-33=x+2x+100*19
Algebra: Define the value of X: -3 + 2x = 11*7
Algebra: Define the value of X: -32 = x + 3*-35
Algebra: Define the value of X: -6 + 2x + 3x = 29*7
Algebra: Define the value of X: -x - 1 = 221 + 2x *-74
Algebra: Define the value of X: 0x + 7 + 5x = 2x + 30 + 40*21
Algebra: Define the value of X: 10 - 20x-10=15x-5x+90*9
Algebra: Define the value of X: 100x + -89x = 121*11
Algebra: Define the value of X: 10x + 3x = 100 + 69*13
Algebra: Define the value of X: 10x = 130*13
Algebra: Define the value of X: 10x+5+0= 2x - 3x + 60*5
Algebra: Define the value of X: 12 = -x + 1*-11
Algebra: Define the value of X: 12x + 0 = 144*12
Algebra: Define the value of X: 14 = -2x*-7
Algebra: Define the value of X: 15 + 5x = 0*-3
Algebra: Define the value of X: 17x - 12 = 114 + 3x*9
Algebra: Define the value of X: 29 - x = 13*16
Algebra: Define the value of X: 2x + 6 = 4x - 2*4
Algebra: Define the value of X: 2x - 10 = 10 - 3x*4
Algebra: Define the value of X: 2x = 10*5
Algebra: Define the value of X: 46 = 47 - x*1
Algebra: Define the value of X: 4x + 6 = -10*-4
Algebra: Define the value of X: 4x = 16*4
Algebra: Define the value of X: 5x+9+5x=30+7x- -15+ + 15*17
Algebra: Define the value of X: 6x - 2 + 2x = -2 + 4x + 8*2
Algebra: Define the value of X: 99 + 5x = 2000 - 5x - 911*99
Algebra: Define the value of X: x + 3 = 5*2
Algebra: Define the value of X: x + 9 = 18 - 2x*3
Algebra: Define the value of X: x - 6 = 9*15
Algebra: Solve it: 14a x 3a - 8a ¸ 2*17
Algebra: Solve it: 3x + 2x*5x
Algebra: Solve it: 7y - 2y + 3y*8y
Alice Springs is a place in which country*australia
Alister Allan and Malcolm Cooper won Olympic medals in which sport*shooting
Alkaloid derived from morphine and used as a pain killer*codeine
All gondolas in venice, italy must be painted what color, unless they belong to a high official*Black
All Hebrew orignating names that end with the letters "el" have something to do with what*god
All members of'which religion bear the surname Singh*sikhism
All methods used to prevent or reduce detrimental effects of floods*flood control
All of the officers in the confederate army were given copies of what book*Les Miserables
Alma Mater means what*bountiful mother
Almonds are members of what family*peach
Almost half the bones in your body are in what two body parts*hands & feet
Alphabetically speaking, which is the last of the 26 Irish counties. Most people say Wexford, but they're wrong*.wicklow
Alphabetically, what were the two cities in 'A Tale of Two Cities'*london & paris
Alpine plant with white bracts*edelweiss
Also called Bettas, the males of what fish species are bred in Thailand for the purpose of competitive combat, with people gambling on the matches.*Siamese Fighting Fish
Also known as the Chile Pine, what is the common name of the tree Araucaria araucana*monkey puzzle
Although his career was snuffed out in the same plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, which east L.A kid had a memorable top ten hit about his girlfriend Donna*Richie Valens
Although it doesnt sound like a dog, ____dust is ornamental wood chips often placed in flowerbeds*bark
Although not all come from France, ______ fries.*french
Although not named in the new testament, tradition names the two thieves crucified at the same time as Jesus as (alphabetically)*dismas & gestas
Although the 'Fabulous Thunderbirds' sang 'I Thank You' it was originally released by what soul duo in 1968.*Sam and Dave
Always _______*coca cola
Ambrosia, darkling and death watch are all kinds of what*beetles
America's country's first commercial oil well was located in what state*pennsylvania
American applied mathematician & electrical engineer, noted for his development of the theory of communication now known as information theory*shannon
American artist, Grant Wood, depicts his dentist, B.H. McKeeby, and his sister Nan as a farmer-preacher and daughter in which 1930 painting*american gothic
American burrowing animal with plated body*armadillo
American composer who wrote the songs for the film 'Holiday Inn'*irving berlin
American cooking expert, author, & television personality*julia child
American indians used beads as currency. What was it called*wampum
American inventor and teacher of the deaf, most famous for his invention of the Telephone*Alexander Graham Bell
American inventor, engineer, & steamboat builder*john stevens
American inventor, whose development of a practical electric light bulb, electric generating system, sound-recording device, & motion picture projector had profound effects on the shaping of modern society*thomas edison
American mathematician & founder of cybernetics, the study of control & communication in machines, animals, & organizations*wiener
American money with serial #'s beginning with "B" are printed where*New York
American money with serial's beginning in "b" are printed in _____*new york
American motion-picture actor, writer, director, and producer, a performer of great versatility and range, known for his enigmatic, faintly menacing grin and his skill in portraying nonconformist loners*Jack Nicholson
American physicist & government adviser, who directed the development of the first atomic bombs*j robert oppenheimer
American pioneer, who was killed while defending the Alamo?*James Bowie
American rocket engineer, born in Worcester, Massachusetts, & educated at Worcester Polytechnic Institute & Clark University*goddard
Americans consume how many tons of aspirin per day*forty two*42
Americans say "shades", but canadians say*Blinds
Americans spend approximately how much each year on beer*$25 billion
Americans spend more than how much a year on cosmetics, toiletries, beauty parlors & barber shops*52 million
Americans spent over how much in 1982 to avoid having bad breath*$360 million
Americans spent roughly how much dining out in 1993*$267 billion
Amundsen reached the South Pole in which year*1911
An "omniscient" person has unlimited __________*knowledge
An 'ortanique' is a cross between which two fruits*orange and tangerine
An 18th century elegant style of furniture*chippendale
An _____ clock usually wakes you in the morning*alarm
An addition to a will is called a*codicil
An adventurous penguin named Tennessee Tuxedo had a sidekick named _______*chumley
An adverb can modify a verb, an adjective, or ______*adverb
An ahuehuete is a*tree
An altimeter measures what*altitude
An America reindeer*caribou
An anaesthetic injected close to the spinal cord*epidural
An analgesic and anti-inflammatory drug*iburofen
An anemometer measures _________*wind velocity
An aneroid is a kind of....*barometer
An angle greater than 180 degrees & less than 360 degrees is a(n) ________ angle.*reflex
An animal described as ecaudate lacks which physical feature*tail
An animal described as ecostate lacks which physical feature*ribs
An animal is a fish if it has _________*gills
An animal that eats both plants and animals is known as an*omnivore
An area of low pressure is called a what*cyclone
An area seperating potential belligerents*buffer zone
An aromatic herb often used with tomatoes*basil
An artist supports his canvas on a(n) _________*easel
An assisted reproductive technology (art) in what one or more eggs are fertilized outside a female's body*invitro fertilization
An astronomical unit is the standard measurement taken from the earth to where*the sun
An atom is comprized of these 3 subatomic particles: electron, neutron, & _____*proton
An average human drinks about how many gallons of water in a lifetime*sixteen thousand*16,000
An average person uses the bathroom how many times per day*six*6
An electrical device for removing suspended impurities such as dust, fumes, or mist, from air or other gases*electrostatic precipitator
An entertainment with an educational aspect*edutainment
An exclusive group of people*clique
An external agent that alters foetal development is called a*teratogen
An infant whale is called a what*calf
An instrument on a car to measure the distance travelled is called a(n) _________*odometer
An integer that is greater than 1 & is divisible only by itself & 1 is known as a(n) _______*prime number
An Italian vinegar matured in wooden barrels*balsamic
An octopus has how many hearts*three
An old sweet scented rose*damask
An old, short, large bored gun*blunderbuss
An omniscient person has unlimited ______*knowledge
An organisation of business and professional men was founded in Chicago in 1905 out of a weekly luncheon club. What is it called*rotary
An ounce of gold can be stretched into a wire how many miles long*fifty*50
An oxlike antelope*gnu
An underground layer of water filled rock is called an*aquifer
Analogy bull-cow as fox- __________*vixen
Analogy bull-cow as fox-_____.*vixen
Analogy: goose - geese as passerby - ___________*passersby
Analysis and manipulation of an image*processing
Anatomically speaking, what is the axilla better known as*armpit
Anatomically speaking, what is your hallux'*big toe
Ancient art practiced especially in the middle ages, devoted chiefly to discovering a substance that would transmute the more common metals into gold or silver & to finding a means of indefinitely prolonging human life*alchemy
Ancient Egyptians shaved their eyebrows to mourn the deaths of what*their cats
Ancient mariner who flew too near the sun waering wings attached with wax*Icarus
Ancient name for France*gaul
Ancient Roman hall with colonnades*basilica
ancient.*Mannequin
Androphobia is the fear of*males
Anger towards other road users experienced by a person when driving*road rage
Angus Drummie Zeb Gaye is a member of which group*aswad
Animal or plant without the normal pigmentation of its species*Albino
Animal Trivia: are the only truly social cat species, and usually every female in a pride, ranging from 5 to 30 individuals, is closely related.*lions
Animal Trivia: ---------- and short-tailed shrews get by on only two hours of sleep a day.*elephants
Animal Trivia: ---------- are freeze-tolerant and spend winters frozen on land, only to thaw in the spring and begin their breeding process in vernal ponds.*wood frogs
Animal Trivia: ---------- are powerful jumpers. A 20-inch adult can leap 20 feet in a single bound.*jackrabbits
Animal Trivia: ---------- are social birds that congregate in huge flocks. While the flock grazes in a field, lookouts will be posted to watch for approaching danger. They'll raise the alarm if humans approach.*crows
Animal Trivia: ---------- are the largest of the minnows - it's a big family, including over 300 American species, mainly small freshwater fishes. True minnows (family Cyprinidae) are soft-rayed fishes with teeth in their throats only.*carp
Animal Trivia: ---------- are the only animals born with horns. Both males and females are born with bony knobs on the forehead.*giraffes
Animal Trivia: ---------- are the smallest breed of dog used for hunting. They are low to the ground, which allows them to enter and maneuver through tunnels easily.*dachshunds
Animal Trivia: ---------- are voluntary breathers. For this reason, they sleep with only half of their brain at one time. The other half remains alert to regulate breathing. Resident whales typically remain near the surface, breathing and swimming in a pattern. When traveling together, resident pods have been observed to breathe in unison. Although it is not known why this occurs, it could be a way of helping the pod keep tabs on one another.*orca whales
Animal Trivia: ---------- bats do not suck blood. They bite, then lick up the flow.*vampire
Animal Trivia: ---------- can climb trees faster than they can run on the ground.*squirrels
Animal Trivia: ---------- can clock an amazing 31 mph at full speed and cover about 3 times their body length per leap.*kittens
Animal Trivia: ---------- can swim for a 1/2 mile without resting, and they can tread water for 3 days straight.*rats
Animal Trivia: ---------- can travel up to 40 miles per hour.*sharks
Animal Trivia: ---------- can withstand water pressure of up to 850 pounds per square inch.*seals
Animal Trivia: ---------- chinchillas were brought from the Andes Mountains in South America in the 1930's. All chinchillas presently in North America are descended from these ---------- chinchillas.*eleven*11
Animal Trivia: ---------- communicate in sound waves below the frequency that humans can hear.*elephants
Animal Trivia: ---------- crumble leaves in their mouths to make a type of sponge to sop up water from the hollows in trees when they can't reach the water with their lips.*chimpanzees
Animal Trivia: ---------- do not breath automatically, as humans do, and so they do not sleep as humans do. If they become unconscious, they would sink to the bottom of the sea. Without the oxygen they need to take in periodically, they would die.*dolphins
Animal Trivia: ---------- don't fly by flapping their wings up and down. The motion is more forward and backward, like a figure eight on its side.*birds
Animal Trivia: ---------- eagles hunt over a range of 100 square miles to feed their young.*golden
Animal Trivia: ---------- eat only moving prey.*toads
Animal Trivia: ---------- eels are not really eels but a kind of fish. Although they look like eels, their internal organs are arranged differently.*electric
Animal Trivia: ---------- eggs which are incubated below 85║ F (29.5║ C) hatch into females, while those incubated above 95║ F (35║ C) hatch into males.*crocodile
Animal Trivia: ---------- feel safest when they are crowded together, hundreds in a group.*flamingoes
Animal Trivia: ---------- for most snakes is accomplished with one lung only. The left lung is either greatly reduced in size or missing completely.*breathing
Animal Trivia: ---------- gather in groups to sleep through the winter. Sometimes up to 1,000 of them will coil up together to keep warm.*rattlesnakes
Animal Trivia: ---------- has more homeless cats per square mile than any other city in the world.*rome
Animal Trivia: ---------- have been trained to have recognition vocabularies of 100 to 200 words. They can distinguish among different grammatical patterns.*chimpanzees
Animal Trivia: ---------- have no ability to taste sweet things.*cats
Animal Trivia: ---------- have scent glands between their hind toes. The glands help them leave scent trails for the herd. Researchers say the odor smells cheesy.*reindeer
Animal Trivia: ---------- have the best eyesight of any breed of dog.*greyhounds
Animal Trivia: ---------- have three eyelids to protect themselves from blowing sand.*camels
Animal Trivia: ---------- herds post their own sentries. When danger threatens, the sentry raises its trunk and though it may be as far as a half-mile away, the rest of the herd is instantly alerted. how this communication takes place is not understood.*elephant
Animal Trivia: ---------- instinctively know their own endurance and will refuse to move beyond it. If their masters try to drive them farther, they will lie down and refuse to budge.*camels
Animal Trivia: ---------- is one American breed of hardy hogs having drooping ears - it was allegedly named after the horse owned by the hog's breeder.*duroc
Animal Trivia: ---------- may travel great distances on their migrations. The Arctic tern travels from the top of the world, the Arctic - to the bottom, the Antarctic. Round trip in a single year: 25,000 miles in all.*birds
Animal Trivia: ---------- need about 2 tablespoonfuls of blood each day. The creature is able to extract its dinner in approximately 20 minutes.*vampire bats
Animal Trivia: ---------- never walk or trot, but always hop or leap.*rabbits
Animal Trivia: ---------- of South and Central America and the Caribbean lay their eggs in February and March.*iguanas
Animal Trivia: ---------- played a role in aerial warfare during World War I. Because of their acute hearing, parrots were kept on the Eiffel Tower to warn of approaching aircraft long before the planes were heard or seen by human spotters.*birds
Animal Trivia: ---------- sea otters spend almost all of their time in the water. Alaska sea otters often sleep, groom, and nurse on land.*california
Animal Trivia: ---------- silk is an extremely strong material and its on-weight basis has been proven to be stronger than steel. Experts suggest that a pencil-thick strand of silk could stop a Boeing 747 in flight.*spider
Animal Trivia: ---------- swim in circles while they sleep with the eye on the outside of the circle open to keep watch for predators. After a certain amount of time, they reverse and swim in the opposite direction with the opposite eye open.*dolphins
Animal Trivia: ---------- that are seen wandering around in the wild do not make good pets. These are sexually mature males at the end of their life cycle - they will die within a few weeks or months.*tarantulas
Animal Trivia: ---------- turtles may breed for the first time when they are between 25 to 50 years old. This figure varies, depending upon the creature's range and the diet of the maturing turtle.*green
Animal Trivia: ---------- were domesticated around 4,000 years ago.*camels
Animal Trivia: ----------, an essential ingredient of many expensive cosmetics, is, in its native form, a foul-smelling, waxy, tarlike substance extracted from the fleece of sheep.*lanolin
Animal Trivia: ----------, like grasshoppers - feel no pain. They have a decentralized nervous system with no cerebral cortex, which in humans is where a reaction to painful stimuli proceeds.*lobsters
Animal Trivia: ----------, like other equids, have three gaits: the walk, the trot, and the gallop.*zebras
Animal Trivia: A "winkle" is an edible ----------*sea snail
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can advance 7 to 8 meters in a single stride, and the animal completes four strides per second. A stride is measured as the distance between successive imprints of the same paw.*cheetah
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can fall from a 5-story building without injury.*rat
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can go without water longer than a camel can.*giraffe
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can go without water longer than a camel can.*rat
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can lose up to 30 percent of its body weight in perspiration and continue to cross the desert. A human would die of heat shock after sweating away only 12 percent of body weight.*camel
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can open its mouth wide enough to accommodate a 4-foot-tall child.*hippopotamus
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can remember a specific tone far better than can a human.*dolphin
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can squeeze through an opening no larger than a dime.*rat
Animal Trivia: A ---------- can swallow a rabbit whole and may eat as many as 150 mice in a 6-month period.*python
Animal Trivia: A ---------- cannot jump if its tail is lifted off the ground. It needs its tail for pushing off.*kangaroo
Animal Trivia: A ---------- consumes about 33 percent of its body weight in a single meal.*pelican
Animal Trivia: A ---------- fish can swim 100 miles in a single day.*tuna
Animal Trivia: A ---------- focuses its eye by changing the angle of its head, not by changing the shape of the lens of the eye, as humans do.*horse
Animal Trivia: A ---------- gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in her lifetime.*cow
Animal Trivia: A ---------- has about 400 to 700 vibrissae, or whiskers, in 13 to 15 rows on its snout. Vibrissae are attached to muscles and are supplied with blood and nerves. A ---------- moves its snout through bottom sediment to find food. Abrasion patterns created by their tusks show that they are dragged through the sediment, but are not used to dig up prey.*walrus
Animal Trivia: A ---------- has no color vision, it sees only in black and white. Every part of its field of vision, however, is in perfect focus, not just straight ahead, as with humans.*squirrel
Animal Trivia: A ---------- in the wild usually makes no more than 20 kills a year.*lion
Animal Trivia: A ---------- keeps purring, no matter if it is inhaling or exhaling, a baffling accomplishment.*cat
Animal Trivia: A ---------- never actually sees the food as it eats, since its eyes are on top of its head and its mouth and nostrils are on the bottom.*stingray
Animal Trivia: A ---------- weighing 120 pounds exerts a force of about 1,540 pounds between its jaws. A human being's jaws exert a force of only 40 to 80 pounds.*crocodile
Animal Trivia: A ---------- weighs about 1,400 pounds and eats about 55 pounds of food per day.*cow
Animal Trivia: A ---------- will lay bigger and stronger eggs if you change the lighting in such a way as to make them think a day is 28 hours long.*chicken
Animal Trivia: A 4-inch-long ---------- can grip a rock with a force of 400 pounds. Two grown men are incapable of prying it up.*abalone
Animal Trivia: A 42-foot sperm whale has about 7 tons of ---------- in it.*oil
Animal Trivia: A baby ---------- is about six feet tall at birth.*giraffe
Animal Trivia: A baby gray ---------- drinks enough milk to fill more than 2,000 bottles a day.*whale
Animal Trivia: A bear in hibernation loses up to 25 percent of its ----------*body weight
Animal Trivia: A bird "chews" with its stomach. Since most birds do not have teeth, a bird routinely swallows small pebbles and gravel. These grits become vigorously agitated in the bird's stomach and serve to grind food as it passes through the ----------*digestive system
Animal Trivia: A bird sees everything at once in total focus. Whereas the human eye is globular and must adjust to varying distances, the bird's eye is flat and can take in everything at once in a ----------*single glance
Animal Trivia: A bison can jump ----------*6 feet
Animal Trivia: A camel can shut its nostrils during a ----------*desert sandstormanimal trivia: a camel with one hump is a dromedary, while a camel with two humps is a ----------*bactrian
Animal Trivia: A carnivore is a meat-eating animal. A ---------- is a fruit-eating animal.*frugivore
Animal Trivia: A cat has 32 muscles in ----------*each ear
Animal Trivia: A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through. The whiskers act as feelers or ----------, helping the animal to judge the precise width of any passage.*antennae
Animal Trivia: A cat's ---------- can't move sideways.*jaw
Animal Trivia: A cat's arching back is part of a complex body language system, usually associated with feeling threatened. The arch is able to get so high because the cat's spine contains nearly 60 vertebrae which fit loosely together. Humans have only ----------*34 vertebrae
Animal Trivia: A cow can't ---------- until she's given birth to a calf.*give milk
Animal Trivia: A crocodile can't stick out its ----------*tongue
Animal Trivia: A dog's ---------- has over 200 scent receiving cells.*nose
Animal Trivia: A donkey is an "ass", but an ass is not always a donkey. The word "ass" refers to several hoofed mammals of the genus Equus, including the ----------*onager
Animal Trivia: A famous stallion will, on retirement, command an impressive stud fee for servicing approved mares. Specialist stud-farms house one or more stallions, each of which is allowed to service about ---------- per season.*40 mares
Animal Trivia: A female mouse may spawn as many as ten litters of eight to ten young during her lifetime - which is generally less than a year. The gestation period is three weeks, and the young mice reach maturity in only ----------*ten weeks*10 weeks
Animal Trivia: A fox litter is typically 10 to 15 ----------*pups
Animal Trivia: A full-grown ---------- may be 8 feet high at the shoulder and weigh almost a ton.*moose
Animal Trivia: A garter snake can give birth to ----------*85 babies
Animal Trivia: A giant Pacific ---------- can fit its entire body through an opening no bigger than the size of its beak.*octopus
Animal Trivia: A giraffe's sticky, black tongue can be more than 18 inches long and is used to gather food into the mouth. Males typically feed with their head and neck at full vertical stretch, often with their tongues extended to reach the shoots on the underside of the mature tree canopy. Females feed at the body or knee height, with their necks ----------*curled over
Animal Trivia: A good milking cow will give nearly 6,000 quarts of ---------- every year.*milk
Animal Trivia: A group of bees can be called either a hive, a swarm, or a ----------*grist
Animal Trivia: A group of foxes is called a ----------*skulk
Animal Trivia: A group of owls is called a ----------*parliament
Animal Trivia: A herd of sixty cows is capable of producing a ton of milk in less than a ----------*day
Animal Trivia: A hibernating woodchuck breathes only ten times per hour. An ---------- woodchuck breathes 2,100 times an hour.*active
Animal Trivia: A hippopotamus can run faster than a ----------*man
Animal Trivia: A hippopotamus has a stomach 10 feet long, capable of holding 6 bushels of ----------*grass
Animal Trivia: A Holstein cow's spots are like a ---------- or a snowflake; no two cows have exactly the same pattern of spots.*fingerprint
Animal Trivia: A horse can sleep ----------*standing up
Animal Trivia: A horseshoe for a full-grown Clydesdale measures more that ---------- inches from end to end and weighs about five pounds. It is more than two times as long and four times as heavy as a shoe worn by a riding horse.*twenty two*22
Animal Trivia: A jynx is a ----------, also know as the wryneck because of its peculiar habit of twisting its neck.*woodpecker
Animal Trivia: A King Cobra is the biggest of all poisonous snakes and can grow to over 13 feet long. A bite from a King Cobra can kill an elephant in ----------*4 hours
Animal Trivia: A large Caribbean ---------- excretes a ton of sand a year. Using two oversized front teeth, it nibbles on seagrass and scrapes algae. Another set of teeth in its throat grinds up the coral it ingests.*parrot fish
Animal Trivia: A male ---------- becomes fully feathered when he is three years old, but can mate earlier.*peacock
Animal Trivia: A male ---------- that has been neutered is known as a "wether."*goat
Animal Trivia: A male baboon can kill a ----------*leopard
Animal Trivia: A male kangaroo is called a boomer, and a female is called a ----------*flyer
Animal Trivia: A male pig is a boar. A female pig is a sow. A baby pig is a ----------*piglet
Animal Trivia: A marine catfish can taste with any part of its body. The female marine catfish hatches her eggs in her ----------*mouth
Animal Trivia: A mated pair of ---------- can produce up to 15,000 babies in one year.*rats
Animal Trivia: A mole can dig a tunnel ---------- feet long in one night.*three hundred*300
Animal Trivia: A mother ---------- often gives birth while standing, so the newborn's first experience outside the womb is a 1.8-meter (6-foot) drop. Ouch!*giraffe
Animal Trivia: A newborn Chinese water ---------- is so small it can almost be held in the palm of the hand.*deer
Animal Trivia: A newborn gray whale calf is an average 16 feet long. For reasons unknown, all gray whale calves are born in the warm, shallow lagoons of Baja, ----------*california
Animal Trivia: A newborn turkey chick has to be taught to eat, or it will starve. Breeders spread feed underfoot, hoping the little ones will peck at it and get the idea. Turkeys tend to look up with their mouths open during rainstorms. As a result, many ----------*drown
Animal Trivia: A normal cow's stomach has ---------- compartments: the rumen, the recticulum (storage area), the omasum (where water is absorbed), and the abomasum ( the only compartment with digestive juices).*four*4
Animal Trivia: A pig is a hog - but a hog is not a pig. "Hog" is a generic name for all swine. Per hog-raising terminology, a pig is a baby hog less than ----------*ten weeks old*10 weeks old
Animal Trivia: A plaice, a large European flounder, can lie on a checkerboard and reproduce on its upper surface the same pattern of squares, for ----------*camouflage
Animal Trivia: A pregnant goldfish is called a ----------*twit
Animal Trivia: A quarter horse gets its name from its speed in running the ----------*quarter-mile
Animal Trivia: A racehorse averages a weight loss of between 15 and 25 pounds during a ----------*race
Animal Trivia: A rarity in birds, geese are among the very few in which the family stays together at the end of the ---------- season. Parents and the young raised during the summer establish strong family bonds and do not break up for about a year. In the fall, geese migrate in flocks that contain other family units, and each family stays together on the wintering grounds.*breeding
Animal Trivia: A rhinoceros has ---------- toes on each foot.*three*3
Animal Trivia: A robin has nearly 3,000 ----------*feathers
Animal Trivia: A rodent's teeth never stop growing. They are worn down by the animal's constant gnawing on bark, leaves, and other ----------*vegetable matter
Animal Trivia: A shrimp has ---------- pairs of legs.*five*5
Animal Trivia: A shrimp has more than a hundred pairs of chromosomes in each cell nucleus. Man has only ----------*twenty three*23
Animal Trivia: A single ----------, with its razor-sharp teeth, is still dangerous enough when out of water to rip off the flesh, or a finger or toe, from an unwary fisherman.*piranha
Animal Trivia: A skunk will not ---------- and throw its scent at the same time.*bite
Animal Trivia: A snail speeding along at three inches per minute would need 15 days to travel ----------*one mile
Animal Trivia: A snake has no ----------. However, its tongue is extremely sensitive to sound vibrations. By constantly flicking its tongue, the snake picks up these sound waves. In this sense, a snake "hears" with its tongue.*ears
Animal Trivia: A snake is capable of eating an animal four times larger than the width of its own ----------*head
Animal Trivia: A snake's ---------- is located in the front one-fifth portion of its body.*stomach
Animal Trivia: A South African ---------- can grow to be 35 inches (90 cm) in length - longer than your arm.*bullfrog
Animal Trivia: A species of ---------- known as the Linckia columbiae can reproduce its entire body - that is, grow back completely - from a single severed pieces less than a half-inch long.*starfish
Animal Trivia: A species of sponge, called the red sponge, can be pushed through a piece of fabric so that it is broken into thousands of tiny pieces. The animal does not die. Rather, all the pieces reassemble until the sponge returns to its ----------*original form
Animal Trivia: A tiger's paw prints are called ----------. A tiger's forefeet have five toes and the hind feet have four toes. All toes have claws. The claws are 80 to 100 mm in length.*pug marks
Animal Trivia: A type of lizard, the ----------, escapes pursuers by crawling into a crack in a rock and inflating its body with air so that it is wedged tightly into the crack and can't be pulled out.*chuckwalla
Animal Trivia: A wild cat, known as "the fishing cat" actually swims to catch fish. Called the Bengali Mach-Bagral, nature gave this cat extra-long claws, which it uses like fishhooks. The fishing cat is found in Nepal, Burma, Southern China and parts of ----------*india
Animal Trivia: A wolf's odor detecting ability is ---------- times greater than man's.*one hundred*100
Animal Trivia: A woodchuck breathes only ten times per hour while ----------, while an active woodchuck breathes 2,100 times an hour.*hibernating
Animal Trivia: A young male fur ---------- that is kept from the breeding grounds by the older males is called a bachelor.*seal
Animal Trivia: A young pigeon that has not yet flown is a ----------*squab
Animal Trivia: About 24 newborn opossums can fit in a teaspoon. They are about .07 ounce at ----------*birth
Animal Trivia: According to experts, ---------- don't like to head straight for anything. For safety, they may run past and sweep around from the side.*squirrels
Animal Trivia: According to several studies, less than 3 percent of the ---------- population become man-eaters.*tiger
Animal Trivia: According to the National Wild Turkey Federation, the number of wild turkeys in the U.S. has increased from an all time low of 30,000 to more than 4 million today. One state park in Iowa now boasts more than ---------- turkeys per square mile.*one hundred*100
Animal Trivia: According to zoology experts, there is no real difference between doves and ----------. The choice of name rests almost altogether on custom and geography, although the smaller of the species is, more often than not, called a dove.*pigeons
Animal Trivia: Adult electric eels 5ft to 7ft long produce enough electricity -- 600 volts -- to stun a ----------*horse
Animal Trivia: Adult polar bears usually eat just the skin and blubber of a seal. They leave the meat for cubs and scavengers. One seal will sustain an adult bear for ----------*11 days
Animal Trivia: AdÚlie ---------- employ yawning as part of their courtship ritual.*penguins
Animal Trivia: All cows are females; the males are called ----------*bulls
Animal Trivia: All mammals have ----------*tongues
Animal Trivia: All porcupines float in ----------*water
Animal Trivia: Alligators and ---------- have something in common, at least auditorily. They can hear notes only up to 4,000 vibrations a second.*old people
Animal Trivia: Almost half the pigs in the world are kept by farmers in ----------*china
Animal Trivia: Although beavers live near rivers, streams, and lakes - they do not eat fish. Beavers eat only plants. They eat poplar trees, carrots, cattail, mushrooms, potatoes, berries, water plants, swamp wood, and fruit. Soft ---------- is the main food for a beaver.*bark
Animal Trivia: Although manatees are excellent ----------, the deepest that one has been observed diving is 33 feet. Typically, the large, gentle creatures feed no deeper than about ten feet below the surface of the water.*swimmers
Animal Trivia: Although the last of the ---------- in captivity died in Hobart in 1935, some may still roam Tasmania's high country. The wolflike marsupial's scientific name, Thylacinus cynocephalus, means "the pouched dog with a wolf head."*tasmanian devils
Animal Trivia: Americans consume more than 353 million pounds of turkey during National Turkey Lovers' Month (June). By comparison, more than 675 million pounds of turkey will be consumed at ----------*thanksgiving
Animal Trivia: An ---------- can go through 2,000 to 3,000 teeth in a lifetime.*alligator
Animal Trivia: An ---------- egg can make eleven-and-a-half omelets.*ostrich
Animal Trivia: An ---------- is nearly 6 feet long, yet its mouth is only an inch wide.*anteater
Animal Trivia: An ---------- may weigh as much as 300 pounds. Its intestinal tract is 45 feet long.*ostrich
Animal Trivia: An ----------, despite its ponderous appearance, can reach speeds up to 25 miles per hours on an open stretch.*elephant
Animal Trivia: An adult lion's roar can be heard up to five miles away, and warns off intruders or reunites scattered members of the ----------*pride
Animal Trivia: An adult walrus typically eats about 3,000 ---------- per day.*clams
Animal Trivia: An alpaca is sheared only once every two years and yields only about 5 or 6 pounds of wool at each shearing. Because the yield is so small and the material so desirable, alpaca wool is ----------*very expensive
Animal Trivia: An average-size ---------- weighs about 150 pounds.*aardvark
Animal Trivia: An eagle can attack, kill, and carry away an animal as large as a young deer. The Harpy eagle of South America feed on ----------*monkeys
Animal Trivia: An elephant may consume 500 pounds of hay and 60 gallons of water in a ----------*single day
Animal Trivia: An extinct species of ---------- had a head the size of a Shetland pony's and reached a height of more than ten feet.*kangaroo
Animal Trivia: An ostrich's eye is bigger than its ----------*brain
Animal Trivia: An ox is a castrated bull. A mule is a sterile cross between a male ass and a ----------*female horse
Animal Trivia: Ancient Egyptians believed that "Bast" was the mother of all cats on Earth. They also believed that cats were ----------*sacred animals
Animal Trivia: Antlers and horns are not the same. Horns grow throughout an animal's life and are found on both the male and female of a species. Antlers, composed of a different chemical substance, are shed ----------*every year
Animal Trivia: Arabian horses have one less vertebra in their backbones than other ----------*horses
Animal Trivia: Arctic terns found in North America and the Arctic migrate each year as far south as Antarctica and back, a round trip of over 18,000 miles. Theirs is probably the longest ----------*migratory flight
Animal Trivia: As a rule, many birds generally lay fewer eggs in a clutch in the ----------, where the amount of daylight is shorter than in northern latitudes. It is in the northern reaches of the world that more summer food for birds is available as a result of the longer days.*tropics
Animal Trivia: At birth, a ---------- is smaller than a mouse and weighs about four ounces.*panda
Animal Trivia: At birth, baby ---------- are only about an inch long - no bigger than a large waterbug or a queen bee.*kangaroos
Animal Trivia: At birth, the white whale is ----------*black
Animal Trivia: At seven inches long, the Wilson's storm petrel is the smallest bird to breed on the ----------*antarctic continent
Animal Trivia: Atlantic ---------- are able to leap 15 feet high.*salmon
Animal Trivia: Australia's ---------- is the world's most dangerous jellyfish. Its toxin is more potent than cobra venom and can kill a person in minutes*box jelly
Animal Trivia: Baby beavers are called kits or ----------*kittens
Animal Trivia: Baby mink are born blind and remain sightless for a ----------*month
Animal Trivia: Baby opossums - upon birth when they move to the mother's pouch - are smaller than honeybees. An entire litter can fit in a ----------*teaspoon
Animal Trivia: Baby rattlesnakes are born in August and ----------*september
Animal Trivia: Baby rattlesnakes are born without ----------*rattles
Animal Trivia: Bald eagles are not bald. The top of their head is covered with slicked-down white feathers; from a distance, they appear ----------*hairless
Animal Trivia: Bats are the only mammals that are able to fly. The "flying squirrel" can only do what the gliding opposum does - glide for short ----------*distances
Animal Trivia: Because baby pigs grow so quickly, a succession of 48 little pigs were used in the title role during the filming of the 1995 movie hit ----------*babe
Animal Trivia: Because birds carrying messages were often killed in flight by hawks, medieval Arabs made a habit of sending important messages ----------*twice
Animal Trivia: Because it is continually losing body heat, the ---------- must keep moving to stay warm. If inactive for more than a few hours, the animal will lose enough body heat to freeze to death.*shrew
Animal Trivia: Because its eyeball is fixed, the ---------- must move its huge body to shift its line of sight.*whale
Animal Trivia: Because its tongue is too short for its beak, the ---------- must juggle its food before swallowing it.*toucan
Animal Trivia: Because of the giant panda's large size and the small size of their offspring, it is difficult to tell when a panda is ----------*pregnant
Animal Trivia: Because of their acute sense of smell, dogs are trained to sniff out everything from drugs to bombs to iron ore. In Ontario, Canada, instruments couldn't locate where natural gas was escaping from a pipeline buried 18 feet underground. Trained ---------- were brought in. The dogs worked in sub-zero temperatures and covered nearly 100 miles of frozen ground, ultimately finding more than 150 gas leaks.*german shepherds
Animal Trivia: Because the natural habitat of ---------- is of little use to man - the alkaline African lake waters support few fish and cannot be used for human consumption or irrigation - and also because their resting areas are typically inaccessible, the birds are rarely disturbed, unlike other African wild birds.*flamingos
Animal Trivia: Between the mid-1860's and 1883, the ---------- population in North America was reduced from an estimated 13 million to a few hundred.*bison
Animal Trivia: Bird droppings are a chief export of Nauru, an island nation in the ----------*western pacific
Animal Trivia: Birds do not sing because they are happy. It is a ----------*territorial behavior
Animal Trivia: Boredom can lead to madness in ----------. When caged by themselves and neglected for long periods of time, these intelligent, sociable birds can easily become mentally ill. Many inflict wounds upon themselves, develop strange tics, and rip out their own feathers. The birds need constant interaction, affection, and mental stimulation; some bird authorities have determined that some parrot breeds have the mental abilities of a 5-year-old human child. Should a neglected parrot go mad, there is little that can be done to restore it to normalcy. In England, there are "mental institutions" for such unfortunate creatures.*parrots
Animal Trivia: Boxers were named after their habit of playing. At the beginning of play with another dog, a Boxer will stand on his hind legs and bat at his opponent, appearing to "box" with his ----------*front paws
Animal Trivia: Bull giraffes forage higher in trees than cow giraffes which reduces food competition between the sexes. Long-legged giraffes walk with the limbs on one side of the body lifted at the same time. This gait is called a pace and allows a longer stride which saves ----------*steps and energy
Animal Trivia: By age 6 months, the voracious ---------- will have increased its 3-pound birth weight by 7,000 percent.*pig
Animal Trivia: Camel milk is the only milk that doesn't curdle when ----------*boiled
Animal Trivia: Camels were used as pack animals in ---------- and Arizona as late as 1870.*nevada
Animal Trivia: Canned herring were dubbed ---------- because the canning process was first developed in Sardinia, Italy.*sardines
Animal Trivia: Catnip can affect lions and tigers as well as house cats. It excites them because it contains a chemical that resembles an excretion of the dominant female's ----------*urine
Animal Trivia: Cats are the only domestic animals that walk directly on their ----------, not on their paws. This method of walking is called "digitigrade". When cats scratch furniture, it isn't an act of malice. They are actually tearing off the ragged edges of the sheaths of their talons to expose the new sharp ones beneath.*claws
Animal Trivia: Cats have amazing hearing ability. A cat's ear has ---------- muscles that control the outer ear (by comparison, human ears only have six muscles). These muscles rotate 180 degrees, so the cat can hear in all directions without moving its head.*thirty*30
Animal Trivia: Cats have more than one hundred vocal sounds, while dogs only have about ----------*ten*10
Animal Trivia: Cats, not dogs, are now the most common pets in America. Approximately 66 million cats to 58 million dogs are family pets, with parakeets "flying" a distant third at ----------*14 million*14,000,000
Animal Trivia: Cattle branding in the United States did not originate in the West. It began in ---------- in the mid-19th century, when farmers were required by law to mark all their pigs.*connecticut
Animal Trivia: Cattle branding was practiced 4,000 years ago. Old tomb paintings show ---------- branding their fat, spotted cattle.*egyptians
Animal Trivia: Certain birds of prey (the African serpent eagle and the American kestrel, for example) have ---------- acuity 2.4 to 2.6 times greater than humans. They can see a 1 mm long insect from a treetop 18 meters above ground.*visual
Animal Trivia: City ---------- will eat just about anything, and often, it's the junk food that people offer them that they prefer, like Cracker Jack peanuts. Many naturalists have concluded that a peanut diet is harmful to squirrels: it seems to result in a weakening of eyesight and a thinning of the animal's pelt.*squirrels
Animal Trivia: Clams have a row of ---------- around their shells.*eyes
Animal Trivia: Communication within the prairie dog community is crucial to the creatures' survival. An appointed sentry, spotting a predator, will give a distinctive warning cry, which instantly sends all others grabbing up babies and scurrying to the safety of their burrows. An all-clear call later announces that danger is passed. Experts are fascinated by the prairie dogs' ----------*cooperative system
Animal Trivia: Cougars can kill animals ---------- times their size*eight*8
Animal Trivia: Cows have four stomachs. Often, when a calf is born, the farmer will make it swallow a magnet. This is to attract the various nails, staples, bits of wire, and so on, that the cow may ingest while grazing. This odd hunger is known as ----------*hardware disease
Animal Trivia: Cows provide 90 percent of the world's ----------*milk
Animal Trivia: Coyotes are extremely loyal to their mates. If one is caught in a trap, the other will bring small game for it to eat; it will soak itself in a river to allow its thirsty mate to chew on its damp fur for water. It has been documented that the free coyote will stay with its captive partner until ----------*death
Animal Trivia: Crabs and other crustaceans can escape danger by simply discarding an injured or trapped ----------*limb
Animal Trivia: Dead sponges can resist bacterial decay for more than five years when submerged in ----------*fresh water
Animal Trivia: Deer have no ----------*gall bladders
Animal Trivia: Depending on the geographic region, about 30 to 60 percent of all animals brought in to animal shelters in the United States are ----------*euthanized
Animal Trivia: Despite man's fear and hatred of the wolf, it has not ever been proved that a non-rabid wolf ever attacked a ----------*human
Animal Trivia: Despite their finickiness, an average cat consumes about 127,750 calories a year, nearly 28 times their own weight in food and the same amount again in liquids. In case you were wondering, cats cannot survive on a ----------*vegetarian diet
Animal Trivia: Developed in Egypt about 5,000 years ago, the greyhound breed was known before the ninth century in England, where it was bred by aristocrats to hunt such small game as hares. Today the dog is widely used in ----------*racing
Animal Trivia: Dogs that do not tolerate small children well are the St. Bernard, the Old English sheep dog, the Alaskan malamute, the bull terrier, and the toy ----------*poodle
Animal Trivia: Domesticated ---------- (farm-raised) cannot fly. Wild ---------- can fly for short distances at up to 55 miles per hour. Wild ---------- are also fast on the ground, running at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour.*turkeys
Animal Trivia: Ducks will lay eggs only in the ----------*early morning
Animal Trivia: Due to a retinal adaptation that reflects light back to the retina, the night vision of tigers is six times better than that of ----------*humans
Animal Trivia: During the mating season, male ---------- bristle their quills at each other and chatter their teeth in rage before attacking. All ---------- at this time become very vocal: grunting, whining, chattering, even barking and mewing at each other.*porcupines
Animal Trivia: Each day, 100 or more whales are killed by ----------*fishermen
Animal Trivia: Elephant tusks grow throughout an elephant's life and can weigh more than 200 pounds. Among Asian elephants, only the males have tusks. Both sexes of ---------- elephants have tusks.*african
Animal Trivia: Elephants are covered with ----------. Although it is not apparent from a distance, at close range, one can discern a thin coat of light ----------s covering practically every part of an elephant's body.*hair
Animal Trivia: Elephants perform greeting ceremonies when a member of the group returns after a long time away. The welcoming animals spin around, flap their ears, and ----------*trumpet
Animal Trivia: Elephants, lions, and camels roamed ---------- 12,000 years ago.*alaska
Animal Trivia: Ergonomic waterbeds are the latest must-have on the bovine circuit. The beds, listed at $175 each, are said to enhance cattle health by reducing ----------*joint damage
Animal Trivia: Every ----------, there is a peak in Canada wildlife population, especially among the muskrats, red fox, skunks, mink, lynx, and rabbits. The population of grasshoppers of the world tends to rise and fall rhythmically in 9.2-year cycles.*9.6 years
Animal Trivia: Every bird must eat at least half its own weight in food each day to survive. Young birds need even more. A young robin, for example, eats as much as 14 feet of ---------- a day.*earthworms
Animal Trivia: Every hour, nearly 12,500 puppies are born in the ----------*united states
Animal Trivia: Expressing recognition rather than love, Utah ---------- exchange "kisses." By the touching of incisor teeth, they quickly confirm the identity of group members.*prairie dogs
Animal Trivia: February 18, 1930 marks the first flight by a ---------- in an airplane.*cow
Animal Trivia: February is the mating month for ----------*gray whales
Animal Trivia: Fish travel in schools, whales travel in pods or ----------*gams
Animal Trivia: Flamingoes live remarkably long lives - up to ----------*eighty years*80 years
Animal Trivia: Flamingos are not naturally pink. They get their color from their food, tiny green algae that turn pink during ----------*digestion
Animal Trivia: Flatfishes form a unique and widespread group that includes about 130 American species, common in both the Atlantic and ----------*pacific ocean
Animal Trivia: Frogs never drink. They absorb water from their surroundings by ----------*osmosis
Animal Trivia: From crocodile farms, Australia exports about 5,000 crocodile skins a year. Most go to Paris, where a crocodile purse can sell for more than ----------*$10,000
Animal Trivia: Garter snakes, though reptiles, do not ----------. They bear young, just as mammals do.*lay eggs
Animal Trivia: Genuine ivory does not only come from elephants. It can come from the tusks of a boar or a ----------*walrus
Animal Trivia: Gibbons live in family groups and communicate to others through high-pitched songs which can be heard for several miles. Songs are specific to each family and convey information such as location, temper, and social ----------*position
Animal Trivia: Goats generally need their ---------- trimmed once a month.*hoofs
Animal Trivia: Goldfish have four color recepectors in their ---------- compared to our three - the mantis shrimp has ten color receptors.*eyes
Animal Trivia: Goldfish lose their color if they are kept in a dim light or they are placed in a body of running water, such as a stream. They remain gold when kept in a pond or in a bowl with adequate ----------*illumination
Animal Trivia: Gophers are ----------*hermits
Animal Trivia: Gorillas and ---------- sleep about fourteen hours a day.*cats
Animal Trivia: Gorillas do not know how to ----------*swim
Animal Trivia: Gray ---------- migrate 12,000 miles each year, farther than any other mammal.*whales
Animal Trivia: Groundhogs are "fossorial" - they live most of their lives underground. They dig burrows or "dens" that have several entrances. Each is connected with the main tunnel and the nesting chamber where the animal hibernates for the winter. A groundhog's whiskers help it ----------*navigate underground
Animal Trivia: Groups: A group of unicorns is called a ----------. A group of kangaroos is called a mob. A group of whales is called a pod. A group of geese is called a gaggle. A group of owls is called a parliament. A group of ravens is an unkindness. A group of crows is a murder. A group of bears is called a sleuth. Twelve or more cows is called a flink.*blessing
Animal Trivia: Guinea pigs were first domesticated by the ----------, who used them for food, in sacrifices, and as household pets.*incas
Animal Trivia: Hamadryas ----------, in ancient Egypt, were believed to be companions and oracles of the god Thoth. They were given the honor of being mummified when they died.*baboons
Animal Trivia: Hedgehog quills are not barbed or poisonous. Hedgehogs do apply a foamy, foul-tasting saliva to their quills, which protects the animals from ----------*predators
Animal Trivia: Hens do not have to be impregnated to lay eggs. The ---------- is necessary only to fertilize the egg.*rooster
Animal Trivia: Hippopotamuses have killed more people in Africa than all the lions, elephants, and water buffalo combined, usually by ----------*trampling
Animal Trivia: Horned ---------- eat ants. They wait in areas where ants are working and when one passes by, they flick out their tongue, catch their prey, and swallow without chewing. Apparently their digestive tract is immune to bites and stings.*lizards
Animal Trivia: Horses shorter than 141/2 hands (58 inches) at the withers (top of the shoulders) are technically ponies. The ----------, around 43 inches tall, is called a pony, not a miniature. Miniatures start 9 inches shorter, and prices go up as size goes down.*shetland
Animal Trivia: Hummingbirds are the smallest birds - so tiny that one of their enemies is an insect, the ----------*praying mantis
Animal Trivia: Hummingbirds cannot glide or soar as other bird do. They are the only bird that can ----------*hover continuously
Animal Trivia: If frightened or threatened, a mother rabbit may abandon, ignore, or ----------*eat her young
Animal Trivia: If they are well treated, camels in captivity can live to the age of ----------*fifty*50
Animal Trivia: In 1874, the first animal purchased for the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago was a ----------, bought for $10.*bear cub
Animal Trivia: In 1880, there were approximately 2 billion passenger pigeons in the United States. By 1914, the species was ----------*extinct
Animal Trivia: In Alaska, it is legal to shoot ----------. However, waking a sleeping bear for the purpose of taking a photograph is prohibited.*bears
Animal Trivia: In ancient Rome, auburn-haired puppies were sacrificed to ensure a plentiful ----------*corn crop
Animal Trivia: In England, the most commonly used guide dog for the blind is the Yellow ----------*labrador retriever
Animal Trivia: In Korea, the deer is a symbol of long life, and is often portrayed in the company of ----------*immortals
Animal Trivia: In Milwaukee during the 1900s, 12,500 horses in the city left an estimated 133 tons of ---------- and urine on the streets per year.*manure
Animal Trivia: In one year, hens in America lay enough eggs to encircle the globe a ----------*one hundred times*100 times
Animal Trivia: In Pakistan, goats are often sacrificed to improve the performance of the ----------*stock market
Animal Trivia: In Russia, dogs have been trained to sniff out ore deposits that contain ----------*iron sulfides
Animal Trivia: In the air, puffins are powerful flyers, beating their ----------*300 to 400 times a minute to achieve speeds up to 40 miles per hour (64 kph).*wings
Animal Trivia: It is estimated that a single toad may catch and eat as many as 10,000 insects in the course of a ----------*summer
Animal Trivia: It is estimated that manatees live a maximum of 50 to 60 ----------*years
Animal Trivia: It is the female ---------- who does more than 90 percent of the hunting, while the male is afraid to risk his life, or simply prefers to rest.*lion
Animal Trivia: It may take longer than two days for a chick to break out of its ----------*shell
Animal Trivia: It seems to biologists that, unlike their humpback whale relatives whose underwater song evolves from year to year, killer whales retain individual ---------- unchanged over long periods, possibly even for life.*dialects
Animal Trivia: It takes a ---------- approximately seven years to grow to be one pound*lobster
Animal Trivia: It takes about 50 hours for a snake to digest one ----------*frog
Animal Trivia: It takes an average of 345 squirts to yield a gallon of milk from a cow's ----------*udder
Animal Trivia: It takes approximately 69,000 venom extractions from the ----------*to fill a 1-pint container.*coral snake
Animal Trivia: It would require an average of 18 ---------- to weigh in at 1 ounce.*hummingbirds
Animal Trivia: Javelinas are free-ranging, yet territorial animals that travel in small herds. One of the reasons they travel in numbers is so they can huddle to stay warm - they don't handle cold well and can ----------*to death quickly.*freeze
Animal Trivia: Javelinas are very noisy animals among each other and squeal, snort, woof, and click their teeth to ----------*communicate
Animal Trivia: Just like people, mother ---------- often develop lifelong relationships with their offspring.*chimpanzees
Animal Trivia: Kangaroo rats never drink ----------. Like their relatives the pocket mice, they carry their own water source within them, producing fluids from the food they eat and the air they breathe.*water
Animal Trivia: Kangaroos usually give birth to one young annually. The young kangaroo, or joey, is born alive at a very immature stage, when it is only about 2 cm long and weighs less than a ----------*gram
Animal Trivia: Kittens are born both blind and deaf, but the vibration of their mother's purring is a physical signal that the kittens can feel - it acts like a ----------, signaling them to nurse.*homing device
Animal Trivia: Koalas and humans are the only animals with unique prints. Koala prints cannot be distinguished from human ----------*fingerprints
Animal Trivia: Komodo dragons eat deer and wild ----------*boar
Animal Trivia: Lemon sharks grow a new set of teeth every two weeks. They grow more than 24,000 new ---------- every year.*teeth
Animal Trivia: Llamas are reported to be inquisitive, friendly animals. A llama greeting is marked by softly blowing on each other. According to animal experts, a soft blow to a person is the llama's way of saying ----------*hello
Animal Trivia: Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary opened in 1927 in ----------, Australia, and it was the first and is still the largest koala sanctuary in the world. Tourists can cuddle one of 130 koalas, hand feed kangaroos and emus, and see a large variety of Australian native wildlife in the 50-acre sanctuary, such as wombats, Tasmanian devils, and dingoes. Koala cuddling has been banned in New South Wales since January 1997, but cuddling is still permitted in Queensland, and especially at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. In Queensland, koalas can only be cuddled for less than 30 minutes per day. They must also get every fourth day off. At Lone Pine, koalas are timed for "clock on" and "clock off" when they go to the koala cuddling area.*brisbane
Animal Trivia: Macaws are the largest and most colorful species of the ----------*parrot family
Animal Trivia: Male ---------- have antlers 7 feet across. The antlers often weigh 60 pounds.*moose
Animal Trivia: Male ---------- lose the hair on their heads in the same manner men do.*monkeys
Animal Trivia: Male ---------- may have more than 100 wives and sometimes go three months without eating.*sea lion
Animal Trivia: Male cockatoos can be taught to speak, but females can only chirp and ----------*sing
Animal Trivia: Mallard ---------- are sometimes built at a height of 40 feet above ground. Surprisingly, when leaving their nests for the first time, chicks are very rarely hurt due to falling to the ground.*nests
Animal Trivia: Many corals receive nourishment from algae which grow inside their ----------*tissue
Animal Trivia: Many seabirds that swallow fishes too large for immediate digestion go about with the esophagus filled. Apparently without discomfort, the tail of the fish sticks out of the ----------*bird's mouth
Animal Trivia: Many sharks lay soft-shelled eggs but hammerheads give birth to live young that look like miniature versions of their parents. Young hammerheads are often born ----------, with the tip of their hammerhead folded backward to make them more streamlined for birth.*headfirst
Animal Trivia: Marie Antoinette's dog was a spaniel named ----------*thisbe
Animal Trivia: Marine iguanas, saltwater crocodiles, sea snakes, and sea turtles are the only surviving seawater-adapted ----------*reptiles
Animal Trivia: Mice, whales, elephants, giraffes, and humans all have seven neck ----------*vertebra
Animal Trivia: Migrating geese fly in a V-formation to save energy. A goose's wings churn the air and leave an air current behind. In the flying wedge, each bird is in position to get a lift from the current left by the bird ahead. It is easier going for all, except the leader. During a migration, geese are apt to take turns in the ----------*lead position
Animal Trivia: Milk delivered to the store today was in the cow ----------*two days ago
Animal Trivia: Milk snakes lay about 13 eggs - in piles of animal ----------*manure
Animal Trivia: Minnows have teeth in their ----------*throat
Animal Trivia: Monkeys will not eat red meat or ----------*butter
Animal Trivia: More ---------- are raised in California than in any other state in the United States.*turkeys
Animal Trivia: More people are killed in Africa by crocodiles than by ----------*lions
Animal Trivia: More species of ---------- live in a single tributary of the Amazon River than in all the rivers in North America combined.*fish
Animal Trivia: More than one million stray dogs and over 500,000 stray cats live in the ----------*new york city
Animal Trivia: Most ---------- lived to be more than a hundred years old.*dinosaurs
Animal Trivia: Most cows give more milk when they ----------*listen to music
Animal Trivia: Most tropical marine fish could survive in a tank filled with ----------*human blood
Animal Trivia: Most varieties of ---------- can go an entire year without eating a single morsel of food.*snake
Animal Trivia: Mother prairie dogs will nurse their young only while ---------- in the safety of the burrow. If an infant tries to suckle above ground, the mother will slap it.*underground
Animal Trivia: Mother-of-pearl is not always ----------. It can be pink, blue, purple, gray, or even green. Nor is it produced only by the pearl oyster. The abalone and the pearl mussel both have shells that are lined with fine-quality mother-of-pearl.*white
Animal Trivia: Mountain ---------- grow luxurious winter coats - more than three inches of cashmere-quality wool, overlaid with long hollow hairs. The hardy animals can endure winter temperatures as low as minus 50 degrees F, and powerful winds up to 100 miles per hour.*goats
Animal Trivia: Mussels can thrive in ---------- because of an inborn ability to purify bacteria, fungi, and viruses.*polluted water
Animal Trivia: Native peoples of South America catch ---------- and use their razor-sharp teeth to make tools and weapons.*piranha
Animal Trivia: Ninety percent of all species that have become extinct have been ----------*birds
Animal Trivia: Not all leeches are bloodsuckers. Many are predators which eat earthworms, etc. The nearest relatives of leeches are ----------*earthworms
Animal Trivia: Octopi and squid have ---------- hearts. Their main systemic heart pumps blood throughout the circulatory system, and two branchial hearts provide some additional push at each of the paired gills.*three*3
Animal Trivia: Of all known forms of animals life ever to inhabit the Earth, only about ---------- still exist today.*ten percent*10%
Animal Trivia: Of the 250-plus known species of shark in the world, only about 18 are known to be ----------*dangerous to man
Animal Trivia: Off the coast of southern California, around 200 ---------- still roam in Catalina Island's hinterlands, descendants of a few brought there in the 1920s for a movie and left there.*bison
Animal Trivia: Oilbirds have a ---------- sense shared among known birds only in Southeast Asia's swiftlets (although very common among bats). The oilbird is a cave dweller, and it bounces its echoing clicks from rock walls to help navigate in the dark vaults where they nest by the hundreds.*sonar
Animal Trivia: On the Baja coast, osprey couples return to the same nests year after year. These birds rebuild their old nest, carefully repairing any damage caused by winds, rain, and age. After years of rebuilding, some osprey nests can reach heights of ----------*four feet*4 feet.*
Animal Trivia: One in ten Dalmatians is born ----------, and the breed lacks the ability to process urine completely, so they need a special diet low in flesh protein.*deaf
Animal Trivia: One Laysan ----------, tracked by biologists at Wake Forest University, flew more than 24,843 miles in flights across the North Pacific to find food for its chick in just 90 days - a flight distance equivalent to circling the globe.*albatross
Animal Trivia: One peculiar behavior of dachshunds is that they often roll around in odiferous things when they encounter them. This odd habit has been attributed to the dog's hunting instinct. Doing this is the dachshund's attempt to "lose its scent" so that its potential prey cannot ----------*smell it
Animal Trivia: One way birds learn is by trial and error. Scientists have discovered that many of their learned motor patterns are linked to appetite. For instance, young doves must learn to drink water. The pecking of domestic chicks improves about 30 hours after hatching. They snatch up a grain with increased efficiency. Simple trial-and-error learning is also believed to be very important in birds' ----------*nest-building
Animal Trivia: Only tom turkeys ----------. Hen turkeys make a clicking noise.*gobble
Animal Trivia: Ostriches are such fast runners, they can outrun a horse. Male ostriches can ---------*roar like a lion
Animal Trivia: Ostriches live about 75 years and can reproduce for ----------**fifty years*50 years
Animal Trivia: Out of the 650 known species of leeches, Hirudo medicinalis is the most common used by ----------*doctors
Animal Trivia: Pandas spend about 12 hours a day eating ----------*bamboo
Animal Trivia: Parrots, most famous of all talking birds, rarely acquire a vocabulary of more than twenty words. However, Tymhoney Greys and African Greys have been known to carry vocabularies in excess of ----------**one hundred words*100 words
Animal Trivia: Philip Gilbert Hamerton, English art writer and landscape painter, noted, "If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering, outspoken, honest fellow - but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a ----------*word too much
Animal Trivia: Pigeons and hummingbirds have tiny magnetic particles in their heads that respond to the Earth's magnetic fields and are used for ----------*navigation
Animal Trivia: Pigs are exceedingly loud creatures. A University of Illinois study measured average pig squeals that ranged from 100 to 115 decibels. The supersonic Concorde jet, by comparison, was originally banned from New York when its engines exceeded 112 decibels at ----------*takeoff
Animal Trivia: Pigs, walruses, and light-colored horses can be ----------*sunburned
Animal Trivia: Pink elephants? In regions of India where the soil is red, elephants take on a permanent pink tinge because they regularly spray dust over their bodies to protect themselves against ----------*insects
Animal Trivia: Prior to migration a ---------- will consume the equivalent of up to 25 percent of its body weight per day, accumulating large amounts of fat. During the migration, geese may cover up to 600 miles per day. At the end of the migration, they often weigh less than before they started fattening up in preparation.*goose
Animal Trivia: Racehorses have been known to wear out ---------- in one race.*new shoes
Animal Trivia: Reportedly, ---------- mate for life.*beavers
Animal Trivia: Researchers don't know why killer whales like to rub their sensitive stomachs on the bottom of shallow beaches, but they think it may be a form of ----------*grooming
Animal Trivia: Scientists say that ----------, unlike all other domestic animals, arrive at solutions by thinking them through. ----------*can be - and have been - taught to accomplish almost any feat a dog can master, and usually in a shorter period of time.*pigs
Animal Trivia: Several poison-dart frog species are bred at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. There, researchers gauge the toxicity of poisonous species by taste. No danger is posed, because frogs caught in the wild gradually become less poisonous, and captive offspring are nontoxic. The change may be due to diet. The frog's natural menu - mostly tropical ants and springtails - cannot be duplicated in a ----------*terrarium
Animal Trivia: Sharks and rays are the only animals known to man that cannot succumb to cancer. Scientists believe this is related to the fact that they have no bone - only ----------*cartilage
Animal Trivia: Sharks can be dangerous even before they are born. Scientist Stewart Springer was bitten by a sand tiger shark embryo while he was examining its ----------*pregnant mother
Animal Trivia: Sheep will not drink from running water. Hence, the line in the Twenty-third Psalm: "He leadeth me beside the ----------*still waters
Animal Trivia: Since housecats are clean and their coats are dry and glossy, their fur easily becomes charged with ----------*. sparks can be seen if their fur is rubbed in the dark.*electricity
Animal Trivia: Since white tigers have pigmented stripes and blue eyes, they are not ----------*albinos
Animal Trivia: Sir Walter Raleigh's black greyhound was named ----------*hamlet
Animal Trivia: Snails have ----------. They are arranged in rows along the snail's tongue and are used like a file to saw or slice through the snail's foot.*teeth
Animal Trivia: So that it can pull its lithe body into a tight, prickly little ball for defense, the hedgehog has a large muscle running along its ----------*stomach
Animal Trivia: Some ----------*pretend to be dead when captured, but quickly hop away when let go.*bullfrogs
Animal Trivia: Some more names for groups of animals... a bale of turtles, a clowder of cats, a charm of goldfinches, a gam of whales, a knot of toads, a ---------- of tigers.*streak
Animal Trivia: Some sloths, opossum, and armadillos spend up to 80 percent of their lives sleeping or ----------*dozing
Animal Trivia: Some species of earthworms in ---------- can measure more than ten feet in length.*australia
Animal Trivia: Some species of freshwater eels migrate to the Sargasso Sea in the Atlantic Ocean to mate. After laying up to 20 million eggs, the female eel dies. The baby eels hatched from the eggs then make their way back to ----------*fresh water
Animal Trivia: Some species of rain forest birds migrate every summer from South America to Canada to ----------*breed
Animal Trivia: Strange creatures, jellyfish are comprised mostly of water - more than 95 percent - and have no brain, heart, or bones, and no actual ----------*eyes
Animal Trivia: Sue, the world's largest, most complete, and best preserved ----------, made her grand debut to the public on May 17, 2000 at the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois.*tyrannosaurus rex
Animal Trivia: Surviving all dangers, a wild ---------- may live up to 20 years.*cobra
Animal Trivia: The ---------- - a relative of the mole - is the smallest mammal in North America. It weighs 1/14 ounce - less than a dime.*pigmy shrew
Animal Trivia: The ---------- bird can fly at a speed of 260 miles per hour.*frigate
Animal Trivia: The ---------- can travel up to 45 miles per hour, whereas the rabbit can achieve an average speed of just 35 miles per hour.*hare
Animal Trivia: The ---------- can travel up to 9 miles per hour.*chicken
Animal Trivia: The ---------- continually grows new sets of teeth to replace old teeth. It also cannot move its tongue. The tongue is rooted to the base of its mouth.*crocodile
Animal Trivia: The ---------- does not chew its food, but swallows it whole. It carries several pounds of small stones in its stomach to aid in grinding up and digesting its nourishment.*crocodile
Animal Trivia: The ---------- eagle of Africa hunts over a territory of 250 square miles a day.*bateleur
Animal Trivia: The ---------- eagle, swooping at better than 100 miles per hour, can brake to a halt in 20 feet.*african
Animal Trivia: The ---------- eats nothing but eucalyptus leaves.*koala
Animal Trivia: The ---------- has green bones.*garfish
Animal Trivia: The ---------- has only two toes, unlike most birds, which have three or four.*ostrich
Animal Trivia: The ---------- is a little-known burrowing South American animal that is related to the armadillo, but is smaller in size. The ending of the animal's name is derived from the Spanish ciego, meaning "blind."*pichiciego
Animal Trivia: The ---------- is a member of the rodent family. The typical adult ---------- can weigh approximately 8 to 14 pounds and average about 22 inches in length. Groundhogs are also known as "woodchucks," "whistle pigs," and "marmots."*groundhog
Animal Trivia: The ---------- is one of the few land animals that does not need water to supplement its food.*koala
Animal Trivia: The ---------- is the first bird mentioned in the Bible. It was sent out by Noah to see if the waters had abated.*raven
Animal Trivia: The ---------- is the only bird that can swim, but not fly. It is also the only bird that walks upright.*penguin
Animal Trivia: The ---------- of a really famished camel may flop over and hang down the side of the body as the fat is used up.*hump
Animal Trivia: The ---------- snake found in the state of Arizona is not poisonous, but when frightened, it may hiss loudly and vibrate its tail like a rattlesnake.*gopher
Animal Trivia: The ---------- whale is often referred to as the "sea canary" because of the birdlike chirping sounds it makes.*beluga
Animal Trivia: The ---------- whale is the mammal with the heaviest brain - about six times heavier than a human's.*sperm
Animal Trivia: The ----------, a small lizard generally measuring 6 or 7 inches, has a tongue several inches longer than its body. With a thrust of this remarkable appendage, it can catch insects some 10 inches away.*chameleon
Animal Trivia: The ----------, national bird of New Zealand, can't fly. It lives in a hole in the ground, is almost blind, and lays only one egg each year. Despite this, it has survived for more than 70 million years.*kiwi
Animal Trivia: The ----------, often called "possum," dates back over 45 million years.*opossum
Animal Trivia: The AdÚlie ---------- bears the name of French explorer Dumont d'Urville's beloved wife.*penguin
Animal Trivia: The Alaskan ---------- is the largest deer of the New World. It attains a height at the withers in excess of 7 feet and, when fully grown, weighs up to 1,800 pounds.*moose
Animal Trivia: The albatross drinks sea water. It has a special desalinization apparatus that strains out and excretes all excess ----------*salt
Animal Trivia: The American ---------- weighs approximately one pound when fully grown.*crow
Animal Trivia: The American ----------, with its eyes placed toward the top of its head, can see backward and upward, and forward and upward, with binocular vision and, laterally, almost 180 degrees with each eye.*woodcock
Animal Trivia: The American opossum, a marsupial, bears its young just 12 to 13 days after conception. The Asiatic elephant takes 608 days to give birth, or just over ----------*20 months
Animal Trivia: The anaconda, one of the world's largest snakes, gives birth to its young instead of ----------*laying eggs
Animal Trivia: The ancient nautilus is considered the most intelligent of the invertebrates; it is said to have been as intelligent as a ----------*young cat
Animal Trivia: The armor of the ---------- is not as tough as it appears. It is very pliable, much like a human fingernail.*armadillo
Animal Trivia: The average ---------- moves at a rate of approximately 0.000362005 miles per hour.*snail
Animal Trivia: The average ---------- weighs 14 pounds.*fox
Animal Trivia: The average adult ---------- pig weighs two pounds.*guinea
Animal Trivia: The average adult ---------- weighs 21 pounds.*raccoon
Animal Trivia: The average adult male ----------, the world's largest living bird, weighs up to 345 pounds.*ostrich
Animal Trivia: The average capacity of a pelican's ---------- is 12 quarts.*pouch
Animal Trivia: The average cod deposits between 4 and 6 million eggs at a single ----------*spawning
Animal Trivia: The average cow produces ---------- glasses of milk each day.*fourty*40
Animal Trivia: The average elephant produces 50 pounds of ---------- each day.*dung*shit
Animal Trivia: The average giraffe's ---------- is two or three times that of a healthy man.*blood pressure
Animal Trivia: The average life expectancy of a leopard in captivity is ----------*twelve years*12 years
Animal Trivia: The average life expectancy of a rhinoceros in captivity is ----------*fifteen years*15 years
Animal Trivia: The average minimal speed of birds in order to remain aloft in flight is reported to be about 161/2 feet per second, or about ---------- miles per hour.*eleven*11
Animal Trivia: The average porcupine has more than 30,000 quills. Porcupines are excellent swimmers because their quills are hollow and serve as pontoons to keep them ----------*afloat
Animal Trivia: The Bactrian camel is the only land mammal on Earth that can survive on ----------*salt water
Animal Trivia: The basenji is a mid-sized dog with a silky copper coat. Although they are considered a barkless dog, they are known to ---------- when they are happy.*yodel
Animal Trivia: The bat is the only mammal that can ----------*fly
Animal Trivia: The biggest frog is the appropriately named ---------- frog (Conraua goliath) of Cameroon. They reach nearly 30 cm (a foot) and weigh as much as 3.3 kilograms.*goliath
Animal Trivia: The bite of a leech is painless due to its own ----------*anaesthetic
Animal Trivia: The black bear is not always black. It can be brown, cinnamon, ----------, and sometimes a bluish color.*yellow
Animal Trivia: The blow of a whale has a strong, foul odor. It apparently smells like a combination of spoiled fish and old oil. Because whales have such terrible breath, sailors believed at one time that a whiff of it could cause ----------*brain disorders
Animal Trivia: The blubber of a male ---------- is considered superior to that of the sperm whale for lubricating machinery.*elephant seal
Animal Trivia: The blue whale is maintained by its blubber and can go up to half a year without ----------*eating
Animal Trivia: The blue whale weighs as much as thirty elephants, and is as long as three ----------*greyhound buses
Animal Trivia: The bluefin ---------- swims with its mouth partly open, relying on ramjet ventilation, unlike slower fish, which force water through their gills to remove oxygen and release carbon dioxide. Since seawater contains only about 2.5 percent as much oxygen it needs from the volume of water flowing through its mouth, the bluefin has proportionately one of the largest gill areas of any fish.*tuna
Animal Trivia: The bottle-nosed ---------- can dive to a depth of 3,000 feet in two minutes.*whale
Animal Trivia: The breed of the Thoroughbred horse is only about 300 years old, although horse racing has been popular in England since Roman times, and can be traced back to Central Asia among ---------- *prehistoric nomads
Animal Trivia: The brilliant colors in a hummingbird's ---------- are created by tiny platelets that resemble a pancake filled with air bubbles. They are called "interference colors," and are much like the shimmering colors seen in a soap bubble or in a drop of oil.*feather
Animal Trivia: The Cairn terrier is great at catching ----------*rats
Animal Trivia: The calories burned daily by the sled dogs running in Alaska's annual Iditarod race average 10,000. The 1,149-mile race commemorates the 1925 "Race for Life" when 20 volunteer mushers relayed medicine from Anchorage to Nome to battle a children's ----------*diphtheria epidemic
Animal Trivia: The cat was the symbol of liberty in ancient ----------*rome
Animal Trivia: The cells which make up the antlers of a ----------*are the fastest growing animal cells in nature.*moose
Animal Trivia: The chameleon has a tongue that is 1.5 times the length of its ----------*body
Animal Trivia: The Chinese, during the reign of Kublai Khan, used lions on hunting expeditions. They trained the big cats to pursue and drag down massive animals - from wild bulls to bears - and to stay with the kill until the ----------*hunter arrived
Animal Trivia: The color of the blood of an ---------- is bluish-green.*octopus
Animal Trivia: The common carp lives up to 25 years in the wild, and up to 40 years in captivity. The durable fish can survive in waters up to 90 degrees F, and can even withstand ---------- for short periods.*freezing
Animal Trivia: The conception and birth of the armadillo are odd events. Although mating usually occurs in July, the embryos of the armadillo remain in a dormant state until November. Later in March, four young are born. Armadillos are the only mammals in which multiple young form from a single egg with any regularity. All four of the young, always of the same sex, are identical quadruplets and developed from the same egg. They even shared a single ---------- while in the womb.*placenta
Animal Trivia: The crayfish isn't a fish at all - it is related to the ----------*lobster
Animal Trivia: The crocodile is a cannibal; it will occasionally eat other ----------*crocodiles
Animal Trivia: The crocodile is surprisingly fast on land. If pursued by a crocodile, a person should run in a zigzag motion, for the crocodile has little or no ability to make sudden changes of ----------*direction
Animal Trivia: The Dalmatian dog is named for the Dalmatian Coast of ----------, where it is believed to have been originally bred.*croatia
Animal Trivia: The digestive juices of crocodiles contain so much ---------- that they have dissolved iron spearheads and 6-inch steel hooks that the crocodiles have swallowed.*hydrochloric acid
Animal Trivia: The dog and the turkey were the only two domesticated animals in ancient ----------*mexico
Animal Trivia: The domestic cat is the only species able to hold its tail vertically while walking. Wild cats hold their tail horizontally, or tucked between their legs while ----------*walking
Animal Trivia: The duckbill platypus of Australia can store up to 600 worms in its large cheek ----------*pouches
Animal Trivia: The ears of the Asiatic ---------- are larger than those of other bear species.*black bears
Animal Trivia: The Egyptian ----------, a white bird about the size of a raven, throws stones with its beak to open ostrich eggs to eat. This bird is one of the very few animals that, like man, manipulates objects as tools.*vulture
Animal Trivia: The electric eel has thousands of electric cells running up and down its tail. Vital body organs, such as the heart, are packed into a small space behind the head. They use their electric sense to "see". Their electric sensors act like ----------. They send out weak impulses which bounce off objects.*radar
Animal Trivia: The electric eel is the most shocking animal on Earth - no other animal packs such a big charge. If attacking a large prey, a 9-foot-long eel can discharge about ----------. One zap could stun a human. The larger the eel, the bigger the charge.*800 volts
Animal Trivia: The electric eel lives in the Amazon River and its tributaries in South America. The rivers churn up a lot of mud and the eels cannot see well in them. Two less powerful electric fish are the electric catfish and ray. Electric rays live in warm ocean water, and they can give off a charge of sufficient force to stun a human. The biggest electric ray, the Atlantic torpedo ray, can weigh ---------- pounds.*two hundred*200
Animal Trivia: The electric eel's shocking power is so great that it can overtake its victims while ----------*15 feet away
Animal Trivia: The electric organs in an electric eel make up four-fifths of its ----------*body
Animal Trivia: The famous cow used as the corporate symbol on all Elmer's products is actually named ----------, and she is the spouse of Elmer, the steer who the company is named after.*elsie
Animal Trivia: The fastest animal on four legs is the ----------*, which races at speeds up to 70 miles per hour in short distances. it can accelerate to 45 miles per hour in two seconds.*cheetah
Animal Trivia: The fastest dog, the ----------, can reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. The breed was known to exist in ancient Egypt more than 5,000 years ago.*greyhound
Animal Trivia: The fastest of all fish in the sea is the ----------, streaming forward at speeds near 68 miles per hour.*swordfish
Animal Trivia: The favorite horses of both Alexander the Great (Bucephalos) and Julius Caesar both had atavistic mutations - extra toes. Horses normally have only one toe per foot, but are descended from horses with three or four toes on ----------*each limb
Animal Trivia: The female ---------- inseminates herself. At mating time, the male deposits a conical mass of jellylike substance containing the sperm. The female draws the jelly into herself, and in so doing, fertilizes her eggs.*salamander
Animal Trivia: The female American Oyster lays an average of 500 million eggs per year. Usually only one oyster out of the bunch reaches ----------*maturity
Animal Trivia: The female condor lays a single egg once every ----------*two years*2 years
Animal Trivia: The female king crab incubates as many as 400,000 young for 11 months in a brood pouch under her ----------*abdomen
Animal Trivia: The female knot-tying weaverbird will refuse to mate with a male who has built a shoddy nest. If spurned, the male must take the nest apart and completely rebuild it in order to win the ---------- of the female.*affections
Animal Trivia: The female pigeon cannot lay eggs if she is alone. In order for her ovaries to function, she must be able to see another pigeon. If no other pigeon is available, her own ---------- in a mirror will suffice.*reflection
Animal Trivia: The first ---------- dragons to breed in the western world are at the National Zoo at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.*komodo
Animal Trivia: The first medical use of leeches dates back to approximately 2,500 years ago. The leech's saliva contains a property that acts as an anticoagulant for ----------*human blood
Animal Trivia: The flamingoes of East Africa have few natural enemies. In general, the only predators an adult flamingo need fear are the fish eagle and the ----------*marabou stork
Animal Trivia: The flounder swims ----------*sideways
Animal Trivia: The flying ---------- of Java and Malaysia is able to flatten itself out like a ribbon and sail like a glider from tree to tree.*snake
Animal Trivia: The fur of the vicuna, a small member of the camel family which live in the Andes mountains of Peru, is so fine that each hair is less than two-thousandths of an inch. The animal was considered sacred by the Incas, and only royalty could wear its ----------*fleece
Animal Trivia: The gastric juices of a snake can digest bones and teeth - but not ----------*fur*hair
Animal Trivia: The giant ---------- is the largest creature without a backbone. It weighs up to 2.5 tons and grows up to 55 feet long. Each eye is a foot or more in diameter.*squid
Animal Trivia: The giant African ---------- grows to a foot long and reaches weights greater than a pound.*snail
Animal Trivia: The giraffe's ---------- is huge; it weighs 25 pounds, is 2 feet long, and has walls up to 3 inches thick.*heart
Animal Trivia: The great horned owl can turn its head ----------*270 degrees
Animal Trivia: The grebe, an aquatic bird, has an effective means of escaping danger while protecting its young. At the first sign of danger, it will sink into the water until its back is level with the surface. This allows its offspring to swim over and quickly climb onto its back. The parent grebe then rises up to its swimming position and ferries the chicks across the water to ----------*safety
Animal Trivia: The grizzly bear is capable of running as fast as the average ----------*horse
Animal Trivia: The hides of mature female blue ---------- are more than twice as thick as those of males, probably as a protection against courtship bites.*sharks
Animal Trivia: The hippopotamus gives birth ---------- and nurses its young in the river as well, although the young hippos must come up periodically for air.*underwater
Animal Trivia: The hippopotamus has skin an inch-and-a-half thick, so solid that most ---------- cannot penetrate it.*bullets
Animal Trivia: The hippopotamus has the world's shortest ----------*sperm
Animal Trivia: The hippopotamus is, next to the elephants, the heaviest of all land mammals. It may weigh as much as 8,000 pounds. It is also a close relative of the ----------*pig
Animal Trivia: The Hirudo leech has three jaws with 100 teeth on each jaw - making 300 teeth in all. The ---------- leech uses a different method of sucking blood. They insert a long proboscis into the victim as opposed to biting.*amazon
Animal Trivia: The Hirudo leech lays its babies within a cocoon; the Amazon leech carries its babies on its ---------- - sometimes as many as 300.*stomach
Animal Trivia: The horned lizard of the American southwest may squirt a thin stream of ---------- from the corners of its eyes when frightened.*blood
Animal Trivia: The hum of a hummingbird comes from the super-fast beat of the wings. The smallest ones beat their wings the fastest - up to 80 times per second. Even the slower beat of bigger hummingbirds (20 times per second) is so fast you can only see a ----------*blur
Animal Trivia: The hummingbird is the only bird that can ----------*fly backwards
Animal Trivia: The hummingbird's tiny ----------, 4.2% of its body weight, is proportionately the largest in the bird kingdom.*brain
Animal Trivia: The individual hair of a chinchilla is so fine that ----------of them equal the thickness of a single human hair.*five hundred*500
Animal Trivia: The jackrabbit is not a rabbit; it is a ----------*hare
Animal Trivia: The Jardine River in Australia's Cape York Peninsula is home to Crocodylus porosus, the saltwater or estuarine crocodile. It is the largest and perhaps most dangerous of all ---------- species of crocodilians.*twenty three*23
Animal Trivia: The kakapo is a nocturnal burrowing parrot of ---------- that has a green body with brown and yellow markings. Its name is from Maori and means "night parrot."*new zealand
Animal Trivia: The king crab walks ----------*diagonally
Animal Trivia: The kinkajou's tail is twice as long as its body. Every night, it wraps itself up in its tail and uses it as a ----------*pillow
Animal Trivia: The largest bird egg in the world today is that of the ostrich. Ostrich eggs are from 6 to 8 inches long. Because of their size and the thickness of their shells, they take 40 minutes to ----------*hard-boil
Animal Trivia: The largest Great White Shark ever caught measured 37 feet and weighed 24,000 pounds. It was found in a herring weir in New Brunswick in 1930. The harmless Whale Shark, holds the title of largest fish, with the record being a 59-footer captured in Thailand in ----------*1919
Animal Trivia: The largest jellyfish in the world has a bell that can reach 8 feet across and tentacles that extend over half the length of a ----------*football field
Animal Trivia: The largest known egg ever laid by a creature was that of the extinct ---------- of Madagascar. The egg was 9.5 inches long. It had a volume of 2.35 gallons.*aepyornis
Animal Trivia: The largest order of mammals, with about 1,700 species, is ----------. Bats are second with about 950 species.*rodents
Animal Trivia: The largest species of seahorse measures ----------*eight inches*8 inches
Animal Trivia: The leech has 32 brains - 31 more than a ----------*human
Animal Trivia: The leech will gorge itself up to ---------- its body weight and then just fall off its victim.*five times
Animal Trivia: The life expectancy of the average mockingbird is ----------*ten years*10 years
Animal Trivia: The lungfish can live out of water in a state of suspended animation for ----------*three years*3 years
Animal Trivia: The male ---------- sheds its antlers every winter and grows a new set the following year.*moose
Animal Trivia: The male ---------- will mate for life, and if the female dies, he remains single for the rest of his life. However, if the male dies, the female will hook up with a new mate.*fox
Animal Trivia: The male house ---------- builds several nests as part of his courtship ritual. Once the nests are completed, his potential bride looks them all over, then selects one as her preferred choice for the laying of her eggs.*wren
Animal Trivia: The male seahorse, not the female, carries the ---------- of the species. The female fills the male's brooch pouch with eggs, which remain in the swollen sac for a gestation period of eight to ten days.*embryo
Animal Trivia: The massive skeleton of the African ---------- accounts for about 15 percent of the body weight, just as in a man of slender build; however, the elephant's skeleton supports as much as four tons per leg, and is thus stressed close to the physical limit for bone. To keep from damaging its skeleton, an African ---------- has to move sedately, never jumping or running. The "charge" of these animals is a fast walk on long legs, at about 15 miles per hour.*elephant
Animal Trivia: The maximum life span of ---------- has been documented to be over 200 years in exceptional cases. The average life span of the large colorful fish, however, is 25 to 35 years.*koi
Animal Trivia: The Mojave ground ----------, found mainly in the American West, hibernates for two-thirds of every year.*squirrel
Animal Trivia: The Mola Mola, or Ocean Sunfish, lays up to ---------- eggs at one time.*5,000,000
Animal Trivia: The more that is learned about the ecological benefits of ----------, the more home gardeners are going out of their way to entice these amazing winged mammals into their neighborhoods. ---------- are voracious insect eaters, devouring as many as 600 bugs per hour for 4 to 6 hours a night. They can eat from one-half to three-quarters their weight per evening. ---------- are also important plant pollinators, particularly in the southwestern U.S.*bats
Animal Trivia: The most carnivorous of all bears is the ----------. Its diet consists almost entirely of seals and fish.*polar bear
Animal Trivia: The most venomous of all snakes, known as the Inland Taipan, has enough venom in one bite to kill more than 200,000 ----------*mice
Animal Trivia: The mouse is the most common mammal in the ----------*united states
Animal Trivia: The mudskipper is a fish that can actually ----------*walk on land
Animal Trivia: The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans ages the equivalent of 5 human years for every day they live, usually expiring after 14 days. However, when stressed, the *worm goes into a state of suspended animation that can last for 2 months or more. the human equivalent would be to sleep for about ----------*200 years
Animal Trivia: The New Guinea Singing Dog's most unique characteristic is its dramatic ability to vary the pitch of its howl. They do not bark repetitively but have a complex vocal behavior, including yelps, whines, and single-note ----------*howls
Animal Trivia: The Nile crocodile averages about 45 years in the wild, and may live up to 80 years in ----------*captivity
Animal Trivia: The normal body temperature of the ---------- horse is 101 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius).*clydesdale
Animal Trivia: The now-extinct ancestor of the horse, ----------, had a short neck, a pug muzzle, and stood no higher than a medium-sized dog.*eohippus
Animal Trivia: The once popular dog name ---------- is from Latin and means "fidelity."*fido
Animal Trivia: The only ---------- to ever appear in a Shakespearean play was Crab in "The Two Gentlemen of Verona."*dog
Animal Trivia: The only country in the world that has a Bill of Rights for Cows is ----------*india
Animal Trivia: The optimum depth of water in a birdbath, says the Audubon Society of America, is two and a half inches. Less water makes it difficult for birds to take a bath; more makes them ----------*afraid
Animal Trivia: The owl is the only bird to drop its upper eyelid to wink. All other birds raise their lower ----------*eyelids
Animal Trivia: The owl parrot can't fly, and builds its nest under tree ----------*roots
Animal Trivia: The oyster is usually ----------. It begins life as a male, then becomes a female, then changes back to being a male, then back to being female. It may go back and forth many times.*ambisexual
Animal Trivia: The Ozark blind salamander begins life with eyes and plumelike gills. As the animal matures, its eyelids fuse together and the gills ----------*disappear
Animal Trivia: The part of the foot of a horse between the fetlock and the hoof is the ----------*pastern
Animal Trivia: The penculine ---------- of Africa builds its home in such a sturdy manner that Masai tribesman use their nests for purses and carrying cases.*titmouse
Animal Trivia: The poison-arrow frog has enough poison to kill about ----------*2,200 people
Animal Trivia: The process of a snake shedding its skin or a crustacean casting off its outer shell is called ----------*ecdysis
Animal Trivia: The pronghorn ---------- can run up to 61 miles per hour.*antelope
Animal Trivia: The pronghorn ---------- is the fastest mammal to be found in North America, and second only to the cheetah as the fastest mammal on the planet.*antelope
Animal Trivia: The pupil of an octopus's eye is ----------*rectangular
Animal Trivia: The raccoon derives its name from the Indian word meaning "he who scratches with his ----------*hands
Animal Trivia: The rear portion of the head of a horse is called the ----------*poll
Animal Trivia: The ring-tailed ----------, a primate found only in Madagascar, meows like a cat.*lemur
Animal Trivia: The ruby-throated hummingbird beats its wings at the incredibly rapid speed of 50 to 70 times a second. If a 170-pound man expended energy at the rate of the hummingbird, he would have to eat 285 pounds of hamburger or twice his weight in potatoes each day in order to maintain his weight. He would have to evaporate 100 pounds of perspiration per hour to keep his skin temperature below the ----------*boiling point of water
Animal Trivia: The Rufous is the only species of hummingbird to nest in Alaska. They migrate 2,000 miles to Mexico each winter, and then back to Alaska in the ----------*spring
Animal Trivia: The sea cucumber, a purplish-brown creature covered with ----------, has a unique defense strategy. When attacked, it throws out sticky threads from its mouth, which entangles its enemy. The sea cucumber can then quickly escape.*warts
Animal Trivia: The sea lion can swim 6,000 miles, stopping only to ----------*sleep
Animal Trivia: The sea lion is susceptible to sunburn, and if put on board a ship, will get as seasick as a ----------*man
Animal Trivia: The sea otter's dark fur is the finest and densest of any animal fur. On an adult animal, there are approximately 650,000 hairs per square inch. A sea otter relies on its fur to keep it warm - it doesn't have blubber as other marine mammals do. Natural oils in a sea otter's fur repel ----------*water
Animal Trivia: The seeing-eye dog, or any dog trained to guide the blind, cannot tell a red light from a green one. When it lead its master across the street, it watches the traffic flow to tell when it is ----------*safe to cross
Animal Trivia: The shoebill ----------, native to Africa, is often compared to a statue. The bird will stand perfectly still for long periods waiting for fish to come to surface in the water.*stork
Animal Trivia: The shrew is known to eat up to its own weight about every three hours. Deprived of nutrition for a day, it may ----------*starve to death
Animal Trivia: The skin of baby ---------- is so transparent that one can actually see the milk flowing into them as they nurse.*mice
Animal Trivia: The smallest bird in the world is the Cuban bee ----------. It is less than 2 inches long from tip of beak to tip of tail. It weighs 6/100ths of an ounce.*hummingbird
Animal Trivia: The smallest frog is the Gold frog (Psyllophryne Didactyla) of ----------. It grows to only 9.8 mm (3/8 inch).*brazil
Animal Trivia: The smallest of American owls, the ----------, often nests in the Gila woodpecker's cactus hole after the woodpecker leaves. The owl measures barely 6 inches tall. It specializes in catching scorpions, seizing each by the tail and nipping off its stinger. It then swallows the scorpion's body, pincers and all.*elf owl
Animal Trivia: The smell of a ---------- can be detected by a human a mile away.*skunk
Animal Trivia: The snail mates only once in its entire life. When it does mate, however, it may take as long as ---------- to consummate the act.*12 hours
Animal Trivia: The sound a ---------- makes is called "nuzzing".*camel
Animal Trivia: The spines on a newborn ---------- start to appear within 24 hours.*hedgehog
Animal Trivia: The spiny cheek, starsnout poacher, and monkeyface prickleback are all names of ----------*fish
Animal Trivia: The squirrel monkey's brain accounts for roughly 5 percent of its body weight - the largest percentage of any other animal. The human brain, by comparison, makes up about 2.3 percent of ----------*body weight
Animal Trivia: The star-nosed mole, with 22 pink ---------- on its snout, is said to have the most delicate sense of touch in the animal world.*tentacles
Animal Trivia: The stegosaurus had a brain that weighed only 2 ounces and was no bigger than a ----------*walnut
Animal Trivia: The striped ---------- can fire its musk stream accurately for up to 12 feet, and even farther with a cooperative downwind.*skunk
Animal Trivia: The tailorbird of Africa makes its nest by sewing together two broad leaves. It uses fiber as the thread and its bill as the ----------*needle
Animal Trivia: The tarantula spends most of its life within its burrow, which is an 18-inch vertical hole with an inch-wide opening. When male tarantulas are between the ages of 5 to 7 years, they leave the burrow in search of a female, usually in the early fall. This migration actually signals the end of their life cycle. The males mate with as many females as they can, and then they die around mid-----------*november
Animal Trivia: The three-toed ---------- of tropical America can swim easily, but it can only drag itself across bare ground.*sloth
Animal Trivia: The two ---------- of a dolphin's brain work independently. For 8 hours, the entire brain is awake. The left side then sleeps for 8 hours. When it wakes up, the right side sleeps for 8 hours. Thus, the dolphin gets 8 hours of sleep without ever having to stop physically.*hemispheres
Animal Trivia: The underwater mating song of the ---------- is so loud that sometimes it can be heard by humans on the shore.*toadfish
Animal Trivia: The venom of the king cobra is so deadly that one gram of it can kill ----------. Just to handle the substance can put one in a coma.*150 people
Animal Trivia: The Virginia opossum is the only marsupial (pouched mammal) indigenous to North America. They will play dead when threatened, and contrary to folklore, do not sleep hanging by their tails. They have a litter size of up to 22, but only a maximum of 13 offspring live. Their babies stay in the pouch for the first ----------*60 days
Animal Trivia: The weasel and the ermine are the same animal. This mammal's coat changes with the season - in its white winter coat, it is known as an ermine, in its brown coat, it is a ----------*weasel
Animal Trivia: The whale has the slowest metabolism of all animals. Despite its great size, it lives on one of the smallest of all creatures: the microscopic ----------, found throughout the sea.*plankton
Animal Trivia: The whistling swan has more than ----------*feathers on its body.*25,000
Animal Trivia: The white elephant is the sacred animal of ----------*thailand
Animal Trivia: The woolly ----------, extinct since the Ice Age, had tusks almost 16 feet high.*mammoth
Animal Trivia: The word "puppy" comes from the French ----------, meaning "doll."*poupee
Animal Trivia: The word "struthious" refers to something that resembles or is related to ----------*ostriches
Animal Trivia: The world's fastest reptile (measured on land) is the spiny-tailed ---------- of Costa Rica. It has been clocked at 21.7 miles per hour.*iguana
Animal Trivia: The world's largest mammal, the blue whale, weighs 50 tons at birth. Fully grown, it weighs as much as ---------- tons*one hundred and fifty*150
Animal Trivia: The world's largest rodent is the Capybara. An Amazon water hog that looks like a guinea pig, it can weigh more than ---------- pounds.*one hundred*100
Animal Trivia: There are ---------- in Poland. They live mainly in the area of the Bialowieza Forest and are known as "zubra." The well-known Polish vodka Zubrowka, which means "buffalo brand," takes its name from these animals.*buffalos
Animal Trivia: There are ---------- that nest in trees. These creatures may spend their whole life without ever touching the ground.*mice
Animal Trivia: There are 1,600 known species of ---------- in the world.*starfishes
Animal Trivia: There are 328 species of ----------*parrots
Animal Trivia: There are 40,000 muscles and ---------- in an elephant's trunk. This makes it very strong and flexible, allowing an elephant to pluck a delicate flower or lift a huge log. The trunk is used for touching, grasping, sucking, spraying, smelling, and striking.*tendons
Animal Trivia: There are 690 known species of ----------*bats
Animal Trivia: There are about 130 species of ----------*owl
Animal Trivia: There are about 40 different ---------- in a birds wing.*muscles
Animal Trivia: There are about 5,000 species of ---------- known. Only about half of them build reefs.*coral
Animal Trivia: There are about 500 different kinds of cone snails around the world. All have a sharp, modified tooth that stabs prey with venom like a harpoon. Most cone snails hunt worms and other snails, but some eat fish. These are the ones most dangerous to people. The nerve toxin that stops a fish is powerful enough to also kill a ----------*human
Animal Trivia: There are close to 4,000 known species of frogs, including ----------*toads
Animal Trivia: There are fewer than 1,000 Bactrian camels left in the wild. They have survived in a land with no water in an area used for nuclear testing. Their numbers, however, are falling dramatically as humans encroach farther and farther into China's ----------*gobi Desert
Animal Trivia: There are more than 100 million ----------*in the united states. americans spend more than 5.4 billion dollars on their pets each year.*dogs and cats*cats and dogs
Animal Trivia: There are more than 450 species of ---------- throughout the world.*finches
Animal Trivia: There are no penguins at the ----------. In fact, there are no penguins anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere (outside of zoos). All 17 varieties of the bird are found below the equator, primarily in the Antarctica.*north pole
Animal Trivia: There are no wild deer of any kind in Australia, and the small red deer is the only one found in ----------*africa
Animal Trivia: There are seven distinctive types of combs on ----------: rose, strawberry, single, cushion, buttercup, pea, and V-shaped.*chickens
Animal Trivia: There are some 50 different species of ----------, and all of them are venomous. They thrive in abundance along the coast from the Persian Gulf to Japan and around Australia and Melanesia. Their venom is ten times as virulent as that of the cobra. Humans bitten by them have died within two-and-a-half hours.*sea snakes
Animal Trivia: There is a substantial wild population of golden hamsters living in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Scientists speculate that all the domesticated golden hamsters in the world descended from a single female with twelve babies, which were dug from a burrow in Syria back in ----------*1930
Animal Trivia: There is approximately one ---------- for every human being in the world.*chicken
Animal Trivia: There is just one known species of ---------- in the world - it is in the order of Struthioniformes.*ostrich
Animal Trivia: There is no mention of cats or rats in the ----------*bible
Animal Trivia: There is no single cat called the ----------. The name is commonly applied to the leopard, but it is also used to refer to the puma and the jaguar. A black ---------- is really a black leopard.*panther
Animal Trivia: There once were more sea lions on Earth than ----------*people
Animal Trivia: Thinking that its parents were a camel and a leopard, the Europeans once called the animal a "camelopard." Today, it is called the ----------*giraffe
Animal Trivia: Thirty thousand monkeys were used in the massive three-year effort to classify the various types of ----------*polio
Animal Trivia: Though human noses have an impressive 5 million olfactory cells with which to smell, sheepdogs have 220 million, enabling them to smell 44 times better than ----------*man
Animal Trivia: Tiger cubs are born blind and weigh only about 2 to 3 pounds (1 kg), depending on the subspecies. They live on milk for 6 to 8 weeks before the female begins taking them to kills to feed. Tigers have fully developed canines by 16 months of age, but they do not begin making their own kills until about ----------*18 months of age
Animal Trivia: To a human, one giant octopus looks virtually the same as any other of the same size and species. This explains why divers claim to have seen the same octopus occupy a den for ten or more years. But an octopus seldom lives longer than ----------*four years*4 years
Animal Trivia: To survive, most birds must eat at least half their own weight in food ----------*each day
Animal Trivia: Today's oldest form of horse is the Przewalski, or Mongolian Wild Horse. Survivors of this breed were discovered in the Gobi Desert in ----------*1881
Animal Trivia: Toothed ---------- whales live in extended family units that, for families, constitute life-long associations. They differ from baleen whales, which form only temporary bonds.*sperm
Animal Trivia: Traveling at a rate of 2 to 3 miles per hour, camels can carry 500 to 1,000 pounds on their backs. They are able to keep up this pace for 6 or 7 hours a day. Camels will refuse to carry loads that are not properly ----------*balanced
Animal Trivia: Tuna swim at a steady rate of 9 miles per hour for an indefinite period of time - and they never stop moving. Estimates indicate that a 15-year-old tuna travels one million miles in its ----------*lifetime
Animal Trivia: Tunas will suffocate if they ever stop ----------. They need a continual flow of water across their gills to breathe, even while they rest.*swimming
Animal Trivia: Turtles survived the upheavals of the last 200 million years, including the great extinction episode that eliminated the dinosaurs. Now, about half of the world's turtle species face possible extinction - due in large part to a growing demand for turtles as a popular dining delicacy and a source of ----------*traditional medicines
Animal Trivia: Two rats can become the progenitors of 15,000 rats in less than*one year*1 year
Animal Trivia: Unlike dolphins, porpoises are not very ----------*sociable
Animal Trivia: Unlike most fish, electric eels cannot get enough oxygen from water. Approximately every five minutes, they must surface to breathe, or they will drown. Unlike most fish, they can swim both ----------*backwards and forwards
Animal Trivia: Unrelated to the chicken, the male ---------- bird earned the name "cock" because of its rooster-like appearance and combative behavior. The female of the species influenced the word "rock" being added to the name because of her habit of nesting and rearing the young in sheltered rock niches.*cock-of-the-rock
Animal Trivia: Very unusual for carnivores, hyena clans are dominated by ----------*females
Animal Trivia: Wandering ---------- spread their wings, clack bills, and shake heads in a ritual dance. Bonds between courting birds may last the whole of a 50-year lifetime.*albatrosses
Animal Trivia: We are sure that whales and dolphins had land-living ancestors, but we don't know what they were like and we don't know how they ----------*evolved
Animal Trivia: Weighing approximately 13 pounds at birth, a baby caribou will double its weight in just ----------*10 days
Animal Trivia: What do bats' wings, elephants' ears, flamingos' legs, rabbits' ears, goats' horns, and human skin all have in common? They radiate heat to providing ----------*cooling
Animal Trivia: When a ---------- exerts itself, gets angry, or stays out of the water for too long, it exudes red, sweatlike mucus through its skin.*hippopotamus
Animal Trivia: When a ---------- is first born, it is male, and it gradually evolves to female as it matures.*shrimp*prawn
Animal Trivia: When a desert ---------- spends the summer of the dry season in a burrow, it is "estivating." When an animal estivates, its metabolism slows and its temperature drops. Animals estivate or hibernate in response to extremes in temperature or lack of food or water.*tortoise
Animal Trivia: When a school of baby ---------- are threatened, their father opens his huge mouth and the youngsters swim inside to hide. When danger has passed, he reopens his mouth and lets the fry out.*catfish
Animal Trivia: When a snail hatches from an egg, it is a miniature adult, shell and all. The shell grows with the snail, and the snail never leaves the ----------*shell
Animal Trivia: When baby opossum are born, they are so small that an entire litter can fit in a tablespoon. They live inside their mother's pouch for ---------- before climbing out and riding on her back.*three months*3 months
Animal Trivia: When cows graze in their natural head-down position, their saliva production increases by ----------*17 percent*17%
Animal Trivia: When eating, ----------*often gorge themselves to the point that they can't fly. the bird will quickly regurgitate its meal to become light enough to escape if flight from an attacker is necessary.*vultures
Animal Trivia: When thirsty, a camel can swig down 25 gallons of water in less than ----------*three minutes
Animal Trivia: When under extreme stress, such as when held in captivity, some octopuses will eat their own arms, which ----------*grow back
Animal Trivia: When young abalones feed on red seaweed, their shells turn ----------*red
Animal Trivia: When young, the hoatzin, a crested, olive-colored South American bird, has claws on its ----------*wings
Animal Trivia: While awake, hummingbirds must eat at least every 30 minutes or they will starve to death. They need to eat 2.5 times their body weight every day - this takes hundreds of ---------- everyday.*flowers
Animal Trivia: While dangerous to swimmers, the fact remains that ---------- are much less dangerous than sharks.*barracudas
Animal Trivia: While many people believe that a camel's humps are used for water storage, they are actually made up of ----------. The hump of a well-rested, well-fed camel can weigh up to eighty pounds.*fat
Animal Trivia: While some sharks lay eggs, blue sharks give birth to live ----------, as do about two-thirds of all sharks, estimated at nearly 350 species.*pups
Animal Trivia: While the bones of most airborne birds are hollow for lightness, ---------- are endowed with solid bones for ballast when they dive, sometimes to 850 feet or more.*penguins
Animal Trivia: Wildlife biologists estimate that as many as five out of six fawns starve to death during a hard winter in ----------*vermont
Animal Trivia: With few exceptions, birds do not sing while on the ground. They sing during flight or while sitting on an object off the ----------*ground
Animal Trivia: With only a four-week gestation period, a cottontail ---------- can produce 5 to 7 litters, and as many as 35 offspring per year.*rabbit
Animal Trivia: Within the hawk, or birds of prey, family, there are ---------- species - eagles, hawks, kites, and Old World vultures, which are found nearly worldwide.*two hundred and eight*208
Animal Trivia: Wolf packs could be found in all the forests of Europe, and in 1420 and 1438, wolves roamed the streets of ----------*paris
Animal Trivia: You can identify a ---------- bear's mark by the sign of five claws. A black bear will lacerate a tree trunk with four claws.*grizzly
Animal Trivia: You can tell the sex of a horse by its teeth. Most males have 40, females have ----------*thirty six*36*
Animal Trivia: You could milk about ---------- cows per hour by hand, but with modern machinery, you can milk up to 100 cows per hour.*six*6
Animal Trivia: Young birds such as ducks, geese, and shore birds are born with their ----------*eyes open
Animal Trivia: Zebus are humped cattle found in India, China, and northern Africa. Zebubs are tsetse-like flies found in ----------*ethiopia
Animals that once existed and exist no more, are called ______*Extinct
Ankara is the capital of ______*Turkey
Anna Magnani won the 1955 Best Actress Oscar for the film version of which play by Tennessee Williams*the rose tattoo
Annapolis & Minneapolis contain the suffix "polis", which in Greek means ____*city
Anne Boleyn lost her head over this guy*henry viii
Annoying, litigious (and possibly duplicitous) owner of Boston Beer Company*jim koch
Anonymous letters of hostility towards the recipient*hate mail
Anothe name for an artists workshop or studio*ateller
Another name for a slaughter house*abattoir
Another name for a villain or scoundrel*blackguard
Another name for guardian angels is*watchers
Another name for phencyclidine hydrochloride*angel dust
Another name for wood alcohol is....*methanol
Another word for direct confrontation*face-off
Anthocyanins are compounds which produce what*colors
Anthropoid (ape) of equatorial Africa that, physically & genetically, is the animal most closely related to humans*chimpanzee
Anthropoid (Ape) of equatorial Africa that, physically and genetically, is the animal most closely related to humans?*chimpanzee
Anti tank rocket launcher*bazooka
Antoine Domino is better known the world by what name*Fats Domino
Anubis was the egyptian god of the ______*dead
Anvil, hammer and stirrup are all bones where*ear
Any animal lacking a vertebral column, or backbone*invertebrate
Any comparatively small body of land completely surrounded by water*island
Any free-moving liquid in outer space will form itself into a sphere, because of it's surface ______*tension
Any material that hardens & becomes strongly adhesive after application in plastic form*cement
Any member of a group of protozoa (single-celled animals) that are blood parasites*trypanosome
Any month that starts on a Sunday will have a ______________ in it*friday the 13th
Any of a group of composite organisms made up of a fungus & an alga living in symbiotic association (symbiosis)*lichen
any of a group of composite organisms made up of a fungus and an alga living in symbiotic association (symbiosis)?*lichen
Any of a large group of chemicals almost exclusively organic in nature, used for the coloring of textiles, inks, food products, & other substances*dyes
Any of as many as 50,000 marine, freshwater, & terrestrial species of mollusk*snail
Any of several soft metal alloys used to line bearings and bushings in order to reduce friction*Babbitt Metal
Any of the drugs used to reduce nervous tension or induce sleep*sedative
Any of the non-metallic elements which forma salt when combined with a metal*halogen
Any of various scientific recording devices designed to register a person's bodily responses to being questioned?*polygraph
Any of various viruses that are parasites of bacteria*bacteriophage
Any structure of animals, plants, or insects that produces chemical secretions or excretions*gland
Any substance that produces disease conditions, tissue injury, or otherwise interrupts natural life processes when in contact with or absorbed into the body*poison
Any type of machine that obtains mechanical energy directly from the expenditure of the chemical energy of fuel burned in a combustion chamber that is an integral part of the engine*internal combustion
Any type of self-propelled vehicle used by railroads to pull or push other types of rolling stock, including passenger, freight, & work cars*hovercraft
Anything that occupies space & has mass is generally known as ______*matter
Apart from eggs, what is the other essential ingredient in 'Eggs Florentine' *spinach
Apart from Gottfried Leibniz, which famous scientist developed the many techniques of calculus in mathematics*isaac newton
Apart from milk, what is the chief ingredient of Lyonnaise sauce*onions
Aphids can give birth how long after being born themselves*10 days
Apollo was the greek god of ______ and _______*Prophecy and Archery*Archery and Prophecy*Archery Prophecy*Prophecy Archery
Apparatus mixing air with petrol vapour in an internal combustion engine*carburettor
Apparatus or specially constructed chamber for maintaining living organisms in an environment that encourages growth*incubator
Apparatus that converts molecules into ions and then separates the ions according to their mass-to-charge ratio*Mass Spectrometer
Apparition or double of living person*doppelganger
Approx 800 people died at a firework display in Paris in what year*1770
Approximately how long after the atomic bombs were dropped on Japan did they surrender*one week
Approximately how many concertos were composed by Antonio Vivaldi*500
Approximately how many genes are there on one human DNA molecule*80.000
Approximately how many inches are in a meter*Thirty-nine*39*thirty nine
Approximately how many inches are there in one meter*thirty nine*39
Approximately how many species of butterfly are there*100 thousand*100,000
Approximately how many spoons are there in the 'New Jersey Spoon Museum'*five*5
Approximately how many times a minute does lightning strike the earth*six*6
Approximately how many times sweeter is saccharin than sucrose*five hundred
Approximately what percentage of the earth do the oceans cover*seventy one*71*71%
April fool's day came from ________ when the Gregorian calendar was adopted.*france
Aquatic mollusc with hinged double shell*bivalve
Arab terrorists hijack Italian ocean liner _____ & kill an American passenger*achille lauro
Arachnoid refers to what kind of creature*Spider
Arachnoid refers to what kind of insect*spider
Araucaria or Chile Pine has a more common name, what is it*monkey puzzle tree
Arborio, patna and basmati are all types of what*rice
Arc, radius, & sector are parts of a(n) _________*circle
Arched or domed recess at the end of a church*apse
Architectural style developed in the Eastern Empire*byzantine
Are barnacles plant life or animals*animals
Are chemical compounds used to kill or inhibit the growth of infectious organisms*antibiotics
Are most cats right pawed or left pawed*left
Are periwinkles animal, vegetable or mineral*vegetable
Are there any plants that use insects for food*yes
Are there more sheep than people in the Falkland Islands*yes
Are there ski resorts in Hawaii*yes
Are yabbies found in fresh or salt water*fresh
Are you standing or sitting when you put your coccyx on the floor*sitting
Area in which aircraft are forbidden to fly*no-fly zone
Area of commerce that encompasses farming or trapping certain furbearing animals, processing their skins for sale to manufacturers of fur garments, & marketing finished garments to retail outlets*fur industry
Ares, Thor and Mars are all what*gods of war
Aretha franklin sang 'Think' in which film*Blues Brothers
Aretha Franklin sang this song in the original Blues Brothers movie?*Think
Ariel is a satellite of which planet in the solar system*uranus
Arlanda is the airport which serves which European city*stockholm
Armadillos can walk where*underwater
Armoured glove*gauntlet
Army officer ranked below major-general*brigadier
Army unit usually of 300-1000 men*battalion
Aromatic bitter bark of S.American tree*angostura
Aromatic gum resin burnt as incense*frankincense
Aromatic plant used for seasoning and salads*coriander
Around 3000 bc, what writing system originated in sumer*Cuneiform
Art of growing dwarfed trees or shrubs*bonsai
Art, science, & industry of managing the growth of plants & animals for human use*agriculture
Artificial barrier or obstacle on a motor racing course*chicane
Artillery NCO below the rank of sergeant*bombadier
As a result of their wearing high leather collars to protect their necks from sabres, as what were the first U.S. marines known*Leathernecks
As clear as a _______*Bell
As close as two ______ in a pod*Peas
As easy as ______*pie*3.14159
As fit as a ______*fiddle
As loud as _______*thunder
As mad as a _______*wet hen
As Nick Park drove to the 1996 Oscar ceremony on a Wallace and Gromit-style red motorcycle and sidecar, why was he cautioned by the police*not wearing a crash helmet
As of November 2000, which golfer has won the most prize money in international competition*greg norman
As pretty as a ______*picture
As sick as a ______*dog
As sly as a ______*fox
As tough as _______*nails
As what did Al Capone's business cards identify him*Furniture Dealer
As what did Kotex first manufactured in WWI*bandages
As what is 'Cape Town' also known*kaapstad
As what is 'South West Township' known in south africa*Soweto
As what is -40 degrees C the same as what in F*minus forty degrees*-40*minus fourty
As what is a camelopard also known*Giraffe
As what is a giraffe also known*Camelopard
As what is a moose also known*Algonquin
As what is a swimming pool also known*Natatorium
As what is Beethoven's piano sonata in C-sharp minor more commonly known*the moonlight sonata
As what is California also known*golden state
As what is Constantinople now known*Istanbul
As what is East Pakistan now known *bangladesh
As what is Hungary also known*magyar
As what is Krung Thep is more commonly known*Bangkok
As what is Minnesota also known*gopher state
As what is New Jersey also known*garden state
As what is Polaris also known*North Star
As what is sulphur also known*Brimstone
As what is the Bowery known*street of forgotten men
As what is the Devonian period also known*age of fish
As what is the exclamation point known to mathematicians*factoria
As what is the glue on israeli postage stamps certified*kosher
As what is the north star also known*Polaris
As what is the tree with the botanical name 'Betula' better known*birch
As what was Anne Bonney notorious in the 18th century*pirate
As what was Istanbul previously known*Constantinople
As what was John F. Kennedy airport formerly known*idlewild
As what was Lincoln Park in chicago originally used*cemetary
As what was Louis XIV also known*sun king
As what was Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie known as in the late 1800's*hanging judge
As what was sony's video recorder known*beta-max*beta max*beta
As what was Surinam formerly known*dutch guiana
As what was Taiwan formerly known*Formosa
As what was the Taj Mahal built*Tomb
As what was tomato ketchup once sold *medicine
As what were 'The Supremes' originally known*Primettes
As who is Cassius Clay now known*Mohammed Ali
As who is Terry Bollea known*Hulk Hogan
As who is the Frankish ruler Charles the Great better known*Charlemagne
As who is Vincent Furnier known*Alice Cooper
As who, was Lev Davidovitch Bronstein better known*leon trotsky
As whom was Jan Ludvik Hoch better known*robert maxwell
Ascorbic acid & sodium ascorbate are the most common forms of which vitamin*vitamin c
Ashord/V. Simpson)*whitney houston
Asparagus is a member of which family*Lily
Assam, darjeeling and oolong are all types of what*tea
Associated with 'Blues' music, which instrument is nicknamed a 'Mississippi saxophone'*harmonica
Astrophobia is a fear of ______*stars
At 30 miles long, in which North American city would you find Figueroa Street*los angeles
At 45, what did boxer, George Foreman win*heavyweight championship
At 9,970,610 km2, Canada is the world's second-largest ______*country
At andrew Jackson's funeral in 1845, his pet parrot had to be removed. Why*because it was swearing
At any given time, there are 1,800 ______ going on around the world*rainstorms
At darts, what is a score of 26 called*bed & breakfast
At Mcdonalds in New Zealand, what kind of pies do they serve instead of cherry ones*apricot
At the 1991 World championships in Tokyo, which British hurdler ran the last leg of the 4x400 relay to win gold for Britain*kris akabusi
At the beginning of a game of draughts how many pieces does each player have*twelve
At the end of which siege in 1954 were the French finally beaten in Vietnam*dien bien phu
At the Montreal Olympics, Nelli Kim was judged to have given a perfect performance in the floor exercise and which other discipline*vault
At what age does a filly become a mare and a colt become a horse*five years
At what age does a filly become a mare*five*5
At what angle above the horizon must the sun be to create a rainbow*forty*40
At what atoll in the South Pacific did the U S do bomb nuclear bomb test in 1946*bikini atoll*bikini
At what does singapore use the colors blue and yellow to ward off evil spirits*Funerals
At what does Singapore use the colours blue & yellow to ward off evil spirits *funerals
At what sport did Italian Giacomo Agostini compete*motor cycling
At what temperature should 'rice wine' be served*warm
At what theme park are the Looney Toons associated with*Six Flags*6 flags
At which address will you find the White House*1600 pennsylvania avenue
At which Air Show in 1973 did Russia's supersonic "Konkordski" aircraft crash*paris
At which American University were four students shot dead , while protesting against the Vietnam War*kent
At which American University were four students shot dead in 1970 whilst protesting against the Vietnam War*kent state, ohio
At which battle did General James Scarlett lead the Charge of the heavy Brigade*balaclava
At which conference in 1944 was the International Monetary System, including the I.M.F. and the World Bank, set up*bretton woods
At which grand prix did Nikki Lauda make his comback*Italian
At which olympics did Zola Budd accidentally trip Mary Decker*1984
At which Paris terminus does the Eurostar train from London arrive*gare du nord
At which sport do Oxford and Cambridge Universities compete for the Bowring Bowl*rugbyunion
At which town did Livingstone and Stanley meet in 1871*ujiji
At which university did Spike Lee teach*harvard
At which university did the poet Philip Larkin work as a librarian*hull
At which weight was boxer Freddie Mills World Champion*light heavyweight
At whose court was Merlin the wizard*King Arthur*Arthur
Athropod with worm like body and many legs*centipede
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*india
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*israel
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*lithuania
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*mexico
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*mongolia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*mozambique
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*puerto rico
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*tunisia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 1 in Total*uganda
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 2 Bronze, 2 in Total*georgia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 2 Bronze, 2 in Total*morocco
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 2 Bronze, 2 in Total*trinidad and tobago
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*azerbaijan
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*bahamas
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*chinese taipei
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*latvia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*philippines
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*tonga
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*zambia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 in Total*malaysia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 in Total*moldova
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 in Total*uzbekistan
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 in Total*yugoslavia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze, 3 in Total*austria
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 2 Silver, 0 Bronze, 2 in Total*namibia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 2 Silver, 0 Bronze, 2 in Total*slovenia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 0 Gold, 2 Silver, 1 Bronze, 3 in Total*argentina
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*burundi
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*costa rica
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*ecuador
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*hong kong, china
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze, 1 in Total*syria
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 in Total*portugal
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 in Total*thailand
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 2 in Total*armenia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze, 2 in Total*croatia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 3 in Total*indonesia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 3 in Total*iran
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 3 in Total*slovakia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 2 Silver, 1 Bronze, 4 in Total*finland
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze, 6 in Total*jamaica
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 4 Silver, 3 Bronze, 8 in Total*kenya
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 6 Silver, 8 Bronze, 15 in Total*belarus
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 1 Gold, 8 Silver, 5 Bronze, 14 in Total*great britain
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 13 Gold, 10 Silver, 12 Bronze, 35 in Total*italy
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 14 Gold, 20 Silver, 12 Bronze, 46 in Total*china
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 14 Gold, 6 Silver, 14 Bronze, 34 in Total*france
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 19 Gold, 17 Silver, 27 Bronze, 63 in Total*germany
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 3 in Total*algeria
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 3 in Total*ethiopia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze, 5 in Total*north korea
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 3 Bronze, 6 in Total*nigeria
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 2 Silver, 2 Bronze, 6 in Total*belgium
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 2 Silver, 2 Bronze, 6 in Total*norway
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 2 Gold, 4 Silver, 2 Bronze, 8 in Total*sweden
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 25 Gold, 20 Silver, 14 Bronze, 59 in Total*russia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze, 4 in Total*ireland
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 5 in Total*south africa
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 11 Silver, 7 Bronze, 21 in Total*canada
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 2 Silver, 1 Bronze, 6 in Total*new zealand
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 3 Silver, 0 Bronze, 6 in Total*switzerland
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 3 Silver, 9 Bronze, 15 in Total*brazil
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 4 Silver, 4 Bronze, 11 in Total*kazakhstan
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 6 Silver, 5 Bronze, 14 in Total*bulgaria
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 3 Gold, 6 Silver, 5 Bronze, 14 in Total*japan
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 6 in Total*denmark
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 6 in Total*turkey
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 3 Silver, 10 Bronze, 17 in Total*the netherlands
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze, 9 in Total*czech republic
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 4 Silver, 0 Bronze, 8 in Total*greece
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 4 Silver, 6 Bronze, 14 in Total*spain
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 4 Gold, 6 Silver, 9 Bronze, 19 in Total*romania
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 42 Gold, 31 Silver, 25 Bronze, 98 in Total*united states of america
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 6 Gold, 5 Silver, 3 Bronze, 14 in Total*poland
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 7 Gold, 15 Silver, 5 Bronze, 27 in Total*south korea
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 7 Gold, 3 Silver, 10 Bronze, 20 in Total*hungary
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 7 Gold, 9 Silver, 21 Bronze, 37 in Total*australia
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 9 Gold, 2 Silver, 13 Bronze, 24 in Total*ukraine
Atlanta 1996 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 9 Gold, 8 Silver, 8 Bronze, 25 in Total*cuba
Attend a party uninvited*gatecrash
Attribution of human form or qualities to that which is not human*Anthropomorphism*personification
Auctioneer's or judge's hammer*gavel
Aussie Slang: 'ave a Gander*have a look
Aussie Slang: Aerial ping pong*aussie rules football
Aussie Slang: Aggro*upset about something
Aussie Slang: Amber fluid*beer
Aussie Slang: Ankle biter*young child
Aussie Slang: Arse over tit*fall over
Aussie Slang: Arvo*afternoon
Aussie Slang: Bagged someone*critisise someone
Aussie Slang: Balls up*terrible mistake
Aussie Slang: Barbie or B.B.Q*barbecue cooking
Aussie Slang: Battler*someone who works hard
Aussie Slang: Beanie*ski hat
Aussie Slang: Beauty*something has gone really well
Aussie Slang: Bewdy*good or the best
Aussie Slang: Beyond the Black stump*far from the city
Aussie Slang: Big note*make yourself out to be important
Aussie Slang: Billabong*a waterhole
Aussie Slang: Billy cart*a cart built by a child
Aussie Slang: Billy*container used to make a cup of tea
Aussie Slang: Bingle*car accident
Aussie Slang: Biscuit*cookie
Aussie Slang: Blimey*surprised by something
Aussie Slang: Bloke*australian male
Aussie Slang: Bloods worth Bottling!*someone has done you a good deed
Aussie Slang: Bloody oath*agree with someone
Aussie Slang: Blotto*someone being drunk
Aussie Slang: Blowies*blow flies
Aussie Slang: Blowing your dough*spending all your money
Aussie Slang: Bludger*someone who is lazy
Aussie Slang: Blue ass fly*someone doing something very fast
Aussie Slang: Blue Heeler*police
Aussie Slang: Bluey*a nickname for someone with red hair
Aussie Slang: Bo-peep*have a look at something
Aussie Slang: Bob's your uncle*something that has worked out well
Aussie Slang: Bombed out*unsuccessful or drunk
Aussie Slang: Bonzer*excellent
Aussie Slang: Boomer*kangaroo
Aussie Slang: Booze bus*van used by police to random test motorists for alcohol
Aussie Slang: Booze*alcohol
Aussie Slang: Bottler of an idea*great idea
Aussie Slang: Brekky*breakfast
Aussie Slang: Brown-eye*moon someone
Aussie Slang: Buckley's chance*not a chance
Aussie Slang: Bugger*rogue
Aussie Slang: Builders bum*top of the buttocks exposed above pants
Aussie Slang: Bull dust*a lie
Aussie Slang: Bunyip*mythical outback creature
Aussie Slang: Bush telegraph*the town gossip network
Aussie Slang: Bushed*lost or tired
Aussie Slang: Cactus*somethings had it
Aussie Slang: Carked it*someones died
Aussie Slang: Cheeky*someone who teases in a fun way
Aussie Slang: Cheesed off*fed up with something
Aussie Slang: Chew the fat*have a good talk together
Aussie Slang: Chewy*chewing gum
Aussie Slang: Chinwag*having a conversation
Aussie Slang: Chocker*something is full
Aussie Slang: Chook*a chicken, rooster or hen
Aussie Slang: Chunder*vomit
Aussie Slang: Clod hoppers*your feet
Aussie Slang: Cobber*a friend
Aussie Slang: Cobberdobber*someone who dobs in a mate
Aussie Slang: Cockie*farmer
Aussie Slang: Coldie*a cold beer
Aussie Slang: Cooee*call for greeting someone at a distance in the bush
Aussie Slang: Corroboree*aboriginal festival dance
Aussie Slang: Cot case*a drunk or exhausted person
Aussie Slang: Couch potato*a person who spends all their time watching television
Aussie Slang: Cozzie*swimming costume
Aussie Slang: Crapper*toilet
Aussie Slang: Crook*feeling ill or a criminal
Aussie Slang: Cuppa*have cup of tea or coffee
Aussie Slang: Dacks*trousers or shorts
Aussie Slang: Damper*flour and water bread mix cooked in the coals of a camp fire
Aussie Slang: Dead marine*empty beer bottle
Aussie Slang: Deadset*without a doubt
Aussie Slang: Digger*australian soldier
Aussie Slang: Dijeridu*aboriginal wind musical instrument
Aussie Slang: Dilly Dally*someone that taking there time to go someone where
Aussie Slang: Dinki-di*something good from a australia or originating from downunder
Aussie Slang: Do the lolly*to get very angry
Aussie Slang: Dodgy*something suspicious and underhanded is going on
Aussie Slang: Donk*engine in a car, boat or motor bike
Aussie Slang: Drongo*someone who is stupid
Aussie Slang: Dropped your bundle*to lose control of the situation
Aussie Slang: Dry as a dead dingo's donger*drought or very dry climate
Aussie Slang: Duck's Guts*something that is interesting
Aussie Slang: Dunny*toilet
Aussie Slang: Earbashing*someone talking to you for a long time
Aussie Slang: Eat a horse, and chase the jockey*you are very very hungry
Aussie Slang: Esky*portable ice box
Aussie Slang: Fair crack of the whip!*give me a fair go
Aussie Slang: Fair dinkum*honest, genuine
Aussie Slang: Fair enough*agree, acceptable
Aussie Slang: Fat chance*little to no chance of something happening
Aussie Slang: Fella*person or a male
Aussie Slang: Fibber*someone who tell lies
Aussie Slang: Five finger discount*shoplifting
Aussie Slang: Flog*to sell something
Aussie Slang: Footy*ozzie rules football
Aussie Slang: Fossick*search for something
Aussie Slang: Fruit cake*mentally unstable
Aussie Slang: Full as a boot*drunk
Aussie Slang: Full as a goog*either full of food or alcohol
Aussie Slang: Full of it*someone telling a load of garbage
Aussie Slang: G 'day*a freindly welcome
Aussie Slang: Garbo*garbage collector
Aussie Slang: Get nicked*to get caught
Aussie Slang: Go off like a bucket of prawns in the hot sun*to create a commotion
Aussie Slang: Goer*something or someone that works well
Aussie Slang: Gone round the bend*gone crazy or mental
Aussie Slang: Gone to the dogs*something or someplace that is no longer any good
Aussie Slang: Good on ya Mate!*well done
Aussie Slang: Grog*alcohol
Aussie Slang: Grot*person who is very dirty or untidy
Aussie Slang: Grouse*something is great,terrific
Aussie Slang: Gutful*more than enough
Aussie Slang: Hair of the dog*have another drink of alcohol to try and get rid of a hangover
Aussie Slang: Hang on a tick*wait for minute
Aussie Slang: Happy as a pig in mud*very happy
Aussie Slang: Having a Blue*having a fight or argument
Aussie Slang: Hit the deck*to duck or put ones head down
Aussie Slang: Holy-dooly*an expression of surprise
Aussie Slang: Hoo-roo*saying goodbye to someone
Aussie Slang: Hoon*a show-off with limited intelligence
Aussie Slang: Howzat?*asking someone how something is
Aussie Slang: In the Nick*naked
Aussie Slang: In your dreams*telling someone that it isn't going to happen
Aussie Slang: Jack-in-the-box*someone who can not sit still
Aussie Slang: Jarmies*pyjamas
Aussie Slang: Jigged*its broken or no long useful
Aussie Slang: Jigging*truanting from school
Aussie Slang: Jocks*male underpants
Aussie Slang: Jumbuck*sheep
Aussie Slang: Just down the road*could be just down the road or it could be 20 km's away
Aussie Slang: Kick in*to help out with money
Aussie Slang: Kick the bucket*to die
Aussie Slang: Kip*short rest or sleep
Aussie Slang: Kiwi*someone who lives in new zealand
Aussie Slang: Knackers*male testicles
Aussie Slang: Knock*to critisise
Aussie Slang: Knock-off*to steal
Aussie Slang: Knocker*someone who makes derogatory remarks
Aussie Slang: Lav or Lavvy*outdoor tiolet
Aussie Slang: Like a hornet in a bottle*furious
Aussie Slang: Lingo*language
Aussie Slang: Lippie*lipstick
Aussie Slang: Liquid amber*beer
Aussie Slang: Loaded*extremely wealthy
Aussie Slang: Lolly*money
Aussie Slang: M'oath*on my oath
Aussie Slang: Macca's*mcdonald's
Aussie Slang: Mad as a cut snake*crazy
Aussie Slang: Manchester*household linen
Aussie Slang: Mate*friend
Aussie Slang: Matilda*a blanket roll carried by a swagman
Aussie Slang: Middie*285 ml beer glass
Aussie Slang: Missus*your wife
Aussie Slang: Mozzie*mosquito
Aussie Slang: Mucking around*playing around stupidly
Aussie Slang: Mug*you fool
Aussie Slang: Mulga*rough country
Aussie Slang: Nackered*absolutely exhausted or very tied
Aussie Slang: Never Never*mythical place in the outback
Aussie Slang: Nick off*go away
Aussie Slang: Nick*steal something
Aussie Slang: Nifty*stylish
Aussie Slang: No-hoper*an incompetent person
Aussie Slang: Noggin'*head or brains
Aussie Slang: Not the full Quid*short on brains
Aussie Slang: Nulla-nulla*wooden club used by aborigines
Aussie Slang: Ocker*stereotype australian that likes beer, sport women and uncultured
Aussie Slang: Off the beaten Track*seldom used roads
Aussie Slang: Oldies*parents
Aussie Slang: Out house*toilet
Aussie Slang: Outback*remote part of australia
Aussie Slang: Oz*australia
Aussie Slang: Paddock*grazing field for sheep and cattle
Aussie Slang: Pat-malone*you are on your own
Aussie Slang: Pester*annoy or bother someone
Aussie Slang: Pommy or Pom*english person
Aussie Slang: Poo tickets*toilet paper
Aussie Slang: Possie*great position
Aussie Slang: Postie*mail delivery person
Aussie Slang: Pot hole*hole in the road
Aussie Slang: Pot*285 ml glass of beer
Aussie Slang: Prang*automotive crash
Aussie Slang: Prezzies*gifts
Aussie Slang: Pub*place for buying and drinking alcohol
Aussie Slang: Pull your head in*tell someone to mind their own business
Aussie Slang: Pull your socks up*try harder
Aussie Slang: Push-bike*bicycle
Aussie Slang: Rack off*told to go away angrily
Aussie Slang: Rafferty's Rules*something with no rules at all
Aussie Slang: Raining cats'n'dogs*heavy storm & rain
Aussie Slang: Ratbag*not a nice person
Aussie Slang: Reckon*opinion
Aussie Slang: Ridgie didge*true or genuine article
Aussie Slang: Righto*okay or that's right
Aussie Slang: Ring-in*substitute
Aussie Slang: Rip off*to have been cheated
Aussie Slang: Rip snorter*something is great
Aussie Slang: Ripper*it's really great
Aussie Slang: Road train*multi-trailered semi truck
Aussie Slang: Sacked*put off from work
Aussie Slang: Sanga*sandwich
Aussie Slang: Schooner*large beer glass
Aussie Slang: Servo*service station for cars
Aussie Slang: She'll be right!*everything will be ok
Aussie Slang: Sheila*woman
Aussie Slang: Shonky*poor quality
Aussie Slang: Shoot through*to leave in a hurry
Aussie Slang: Shout*usually means buy some friends a beer at the pub, after your turn then it is theirs
Aussie Slang: Shove off!*told to get lost in a angry way
Aussie Slang: Sickie*a day taken off work not necessarily from illness
Aussie Slang: Skip*australian born
Aussie Slang: Skite*bragger
Aussie Slang: Snag*sausage
Aussie Slang: Sparkie*electrician
Aussie Slang: Spit the dummie*end result from getting upset about something
Aussie Slang: Spud*potato
Aussie Slang: Squatter*someone who lives on someone else's land or house with out permission
Aussie Slang: Stickybeak*someone can not mind their own business
Aussie Slang: Stone the crows!*shocked at something
Aussie Slang: Stone the crows*exclamation of amazement
Aussie Slang: Strewth*shock at something
Aussie Slang: Stubby*small bottle of beer
Aussie Slang: Stuffed*very tired
Aussie Slang: Stunded mullet*to describe someone who has a surprised look on their face
Aussie Slang: Suss it out*check something out
Aussie Slang: Swag*canvas bag or cover that you keep all your belonging and bedroll in, to protect it from the weather when camping out
Aussie Slang: Swagman*a man who travels around the country on foot
Aussie Slang: Ta or Tar*thanks
Aussie Slang: Tax*to steal
Aussie Slang: Tea*evening meal
Aussie Slang: The John*the toilet
Aussie Slang: The Nuddy*naked
Aussie Slang: Thongs*sandals made from rubber
Aussie Slang: Thunder box*toilet
Aussie Slang: Tinnie*can of beer or a aluminum boat
Aussie Slang: Too right!*something is absolutely right & correct
Aussie Slang: True Blue*something that is real australian
Aussie Slang: True blue*totally australian
Aussie Slang: Tucker*food
Aussie Slang: Tuckerbag*a bag for storing food in the bush
Aussie Slang: Turn it up*take a look at yourself for a moment
Aussie Slang: Two-up*traditional australian heads or tails gambling game with two coins originally played by the diggers in the war
Aussie Slang: undees*underpants
Aussie Slang: Up shit creek*things are going wrong for you
Aussie Slang: Up your nose*something that annoys you
Aussie Slang: Up yourself*full of yourself
Aussie Slang: Veg-out*to relax
Aussie Slang: Vegies*vegetables
Aussie Slang: Wag*skip school, truency
Aussie Slang: Walkabout*go for a long walk, aboriginals used this period for spiritual enlightenment
Aussie Slang: Wally*someone who keeps making mistakes
Aussie Slang: Wanker*a male that is really stupid but they think they are the greatest
Aussie Slang: Waterhole*pub or hotel
Aussie Slang: White pointer*great white shark
Aussie Slang: Whopper*something surprisingly big
Aussie Slang: Winge*complain and carry on unnecessarily
Aussie Slang: Woomera stick*used by aborigines to throw spears
Aussie Slang: Woop woop*somewhere a long way from civilization
Aussie Slang: Wowser*a killjoy
Aussie Slang: Wrapped*excited about something good that has happened
Aussie Slang: Yabbie*freshwater australian crayfish
Aussie Slang: Yakka*hard work
Aussie Slang: Yarn*a story that can be true or fictional
Aussie Slang: Yobbo*stupid or uncultivated person
Aussie Slang: Yonks*a long period of time
Aussie Slang: Zebra crossing*painted white lines on the black road used as a pedestrain crossing on a roadway
Aussie Slang: Zits*acne
Aussie Slang: Zonked*really really tired
Austin is the capital of ______*Texas
Australia was originally created to serve as a British ______ colony.*penal
Australian highwaymen or robbers who, in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, terrorized settlers in the New South Wales and Victoria regions*Bushrangers
Austrian physicist and Nobel Laureate, best known for his mathematical studies of the wave mechanics of orbiting electrons*Schrodinger
Author of 'Coming of Age in Samoa', the mostly widely read book in the field of anthropology*margaret mead
Authority charged with the disposition of legal actions involving children*juvenile court
Authority Music: What instrument does Ravi Shankar play*The Sitar
AUTHORS/POETS: Who wrote Illiad*alexander pope
Authors: Atlas Shrugged*ayn rand
Authors: Diana*andrew morton
Authors: Every Living Thing*herriot
Authors: Hideaway*dean koontz
Authors: Invisible Man*ralph ellison
Authors: Jewels*danielle steel
Authors: Marjorie Morningstar*herman wouk
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AUTHORS: Who wrote 101 Uses for a Dead Cat*simon bond
AUTHORS: Who wrote 1919*john de passos
AUTHORS: Who wrote 1984*george orwell
AUTHORS: Who wrote 42nd Parallel*john de passos
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AUTHORS: Who wrote A Bridge to Far*cornelius ryan
AUTHORS: Who wrote A Christmas Carol*charles dickens
AUTHORS: Who wrote A Clockwork Orange*anthony burgess
AUTHORS: Who wrote A Farewell to Arms*ernest hemingway
AUTHORS: Who wrote A French Lieutenants Woman*john fowles
AUTHORS: Who wrote A Prayer for Owen Meany*john irving
AUTHORS: Who wrote A Red Badge of Courage*stephen crane
AUTHORS: Who wrote A Room with a View*e m forster
AUTHORS: Who wrote A Time to Kill*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote A View for the Bridge*arthur miller
AUTHORS: Who wrote About Samuel Johnson*james boswell
AUTHORS: Who wrote Absolom Xl*william faulkner
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Animal Farm*george orwell
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Art of Love*ovid
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Babbitt*sinclair lewis
AUTHORS: Who wrote Beloved*toni morrison
AUTHORS: Who wrote Big Green Book*robert graves
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Bobok*fydor dostoyevsky
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Brief History of Time*stephen hawkings
AUTHORS: Who wrote Brocas Brain*carl sagan
AUTHORS: Who wrote Burmese Days*george orwell
AUTHORS: Who wrote Cakes and Ale*w somerset maugham
AUTHORS: Who wrote Call of Wild*jack london
AUTHORS: Who wrote Cantebury Tales*geoffrey chaucer
AUTHORS: Who wrote Captain Courageous*Rudyard Kipling
AUTHORS: Who wrote Cardinal of the Kremlin*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Carrie*Stephen King
AUTHORS: Who wrote Catch 22*joseph heller
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Centennial*james mitchener
AUTHORS: Who wrote Chitty Chitty Bang Bang*ian fleming
AUTHORS: Who wrote Chronicles of Narnia*cs lewis
AUTHORS: Who wrote Cider with Rosie*laurie lee
AUTHORS: Who wrote Citizen of the Galaxy*robert heinlein
AUTHORS: Who wrote Clear and Present Danger*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Collector's Choice*john paul getty
AUTHORS: Who wrote Counte of Monte Christo*alexander dumas
AUTHORS: Who wrote Crime and Punishment*fydor dostoyevsky
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Debt of Honour*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Deerslayer*james fenimore cooper
AUTHORS: Who wrote Deptford Mice Trilogy*robert jarvis
AUTHORS: Who wrote Deptford Trilogy*robertson davies
AUTHORS: Who wrote Devil's Dictionary*ambrose pierce
AUTHORS: Who wrote Don Quixote*cervantes
AUTHORS: Who wrote Door into Summer*robert heinlein
AUTHORS: Who wrote Double Star*robert heinlein
AUTHORS: Who wrote Dr. Zhivago*boris pasternak
AUTHORS: Who wrote Dragon's Egg*robert forward
AUTHORS: Who wrote Dragons of Eden*carl sagan
AUTHORS: Who wrote Dubliners*James Joyce
AUTHORS: Who wrote Dung Beetle*hans christian anderson
AUTHORS: Who wrote El Gringo*carlos fuentes
AUTHORS: Who wrote Elmer Gantry*sinclair lewis
AUTHORS: Who wrote Embraced by the Light*betty j eadie
AUTHORS: Who wrote Enders Game*orson scott card
AUTHORS: Who wrote Evangeline*longfellow
AUTHORS: Who wrote Every Living Thing*james herriot
AUTHORS: Who wrote Fahrenheit 451*ray bradbury
AUTHORS: Who wrote Father Brown Mysteries*gilbert keith chesterton
AUTHORS: Who wrote Fear of 50*erica jong
AUTHORS: Who wrote Fear of Flying*erica jong
AUTHORS: Who wrote Female Eunoch*germaine greer
AUTHORS: Who wrote Fifth Business*robertson davies
AUTHORS: Who wrote Finnegans Wake*James Joyce
AUTHORS: Who wrote Fire next Time*james a baldwin
AUTHORS: Who wrote Firestarter*Stephen King
AUTHORS: Who wrote Flowers in the Attic*v c andrews
AUTHORS: Who wrote Flying*charles de lint
AUTHORS: Who wrote For Whom the Bells Toll*ernest hemingway
AUTHORS: Who wrote Frankenstein*mary shelley
AUTHORS: Who wrote From Here to Eternity*James Joyce
AUTHORS: Who wrote Gai-jim*james clavell
AUTHORS: Who wrote Golden Bowls*henry james
AUTHORS: Who wrote Gone with the Wind*margaret mitchell
AUTHORS: Who wrote Good Earth*pearl s buck
AUTHORS: Who wrote Gravitys Rainbow*thomas pyncheon
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Guilty Pleasures*laurell k hamilton
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Hard Times*charles dickens
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Heart of the Matter*graham green
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AUTHORS: Who wrote High Wind in Jamaica*richard hughes
AUTHORS: Who wrote Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy*douglas adams
AUTHORS: Who wrote Hotel*arthur hailey
AUTHORS: Who wrote House of 7 Gables*nathanial lewis
AUTHORS: Who wrote House of Seven Gables*nathanial hawthorne
AUTHORS: Who wrote How to Win Friends and Influence People*dale carnegie
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Hunt for Red October*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote I Am Legend*richard matt
AUTHORS: Who wrote I Claudius*robert graves
AUTHORS: Who wrote I Robot*isaac asimov
AUTHORS: Who wrote Ice Palace*edna furber
AUTHORS: Who wrote Iceman Cometh*eugene oneill
AUTHORS: Who wrote If Only They Could Talk*james herriot
AUTHORS: Who wrote Il Principe&*niccolo macchiavelli
AUTHORS: Who wrote Illusions*richard bach
AUTHORS: Who wrote Imajica*barker
AUTHORS: Who wrote In Cold Blood*truman capote
AUTHORS: Who wrote Incarnations of Immortality*piers antony
AUTHORS: Who wrote Interview with a Vampire*anne rice
AUTHORS: Who wrote Invisible Man*ralph ellison
AUTHORS: Who wrote Invitation to a Beheading*vladimir nabokov
AUTHORS: Who wrote Ironweed*William Kennedy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Islands in the Stream*ernest hemingway
AUTHORS: Who wrote It Should't Happen to a Vet*james herriot
AUTHORS: Who wrote It*Stephen King
AUTHORS: Who wrote Ivanhoe*sir walter scott
AUTHORS: Who wrote Jane Eyre*charlotte bronte
AUTHORS: Who wrote Jaws*peter benchley
AUTHORS: Who wrote Joy of Collecting*john paul getty
AUTHORS: Who wrote Kim*Rudyard Kipling
AUTHORS: Who wrote King Arthur*thomas malory
AUTHORS: Who wrote Lady with Lapdog*anton chekhov
AUTHORS: Who wrote Last of the Mohicans*james fenimore cooper
AUTHORS: Who wrote Les Miserables*victor hugo
AUTHORS: Who wrote Let Sleeping Vets Lie*james herriot
AUTHORS: Who wrote Leviathan*thomas hobbes
AUTHORS: Who wrote Light in August*william faulkner
AUTHORS: Who wrote Lightning*Dean Koontz
AUTHORS: Who wrote Little Country*charles de lint
AUTHORS: Who wrote Little Men*louisa may alcott
AUTHORS: Who wrote Little Women*louisa may alcott
AUTHORS: Who wrote Lodore*mary shelley
AUTHORS: Who wrote Lolita*vladimir nabokov
AUTHORS: Who wrote Lonesome Dove*larry mcmurtry
AUTHORS: Who wrote Long Goodbye*raymond chandler
AUTHORS: Who wrote Lord Jim*joseph conrad
AUTHORS: Who wrote Lord of the Flies*william golding
AUTHORS: Who wrote Madame Bovary*gustav flaubert
AUTHORS: Who wrote Main Street*sinclair lewis
AUTHORS: Who wrote Maltese Falcon*dashiell hammett
AUTHORS: Who wrote Man in the Iron Mask*alexander dumas
AUTHORS: Who wrote Mansfield Park*jane austen
AUTHORS: Who wrote Marlow*arthur conan doyle
AUTHORS: Who wrote Martian Chronicles*ray bradbury
AUTHORS: Who wrote Mask*Dean Koontz
AUTHORS: Who wrote Mein Kampf*adolf hitler
AUTHORS: Who wrote Memory and Dreams*charles de lint
AUTHORS: Who wrote Microserfs*douglas coupland
AUTHORS: Who wrote Middlemarch*george elliot
AUTHORS: Who wrote Midnight Children*salman rushdie
AUTHORS: Who wrote Millengro*charles de lint
AUTHORS: Who wrote Misfits*arthur miller
AUTHORS: Who wrote Miss Marple*agatha christie
AUTHORS: Who wrote Mission Earth*l ron hubbard
AUTHORS: Who wrote Moby Dick*herman melville
AUTHORS: Who wrote Moon Is a Harsh Mistress*robert heinlein
AUTHORS: Who wrote Moonheart*charles de lint
AUTHORS: Who wrote Movable Feast*ernest hemingway
AUTHORS: Who wrote Mulengro*charles de lint
AUTHORS: Who wrote Murders of Rue Morgue*edgar allan poe
AUTHORS: Who wrote My Antonia*willa cather
AUTHORS: Who wrote My Favourite Hero*James Joyce
AUTHORS: Who wrote My Friend Flicka*mary o'hara
AUTHORS: Who wrote Mythago Wood*robert holdstock
AUTHORS: Who wrote Naked Lunch*william s burroughs
AUTHORS: Who wrote Necroscope*lumley
AUTHORS: Who wrote Never Bet the Devil on Your Head*edgar allan poe
AUTHORS: Who wrote Night Chills*Dean Koontz
AUTHORS: Who wrote Nightwork*irwin shaw
AUTHORS: Who wrote Nostromo*joseph conrad
AUTHORS: Who wrote Nothing Lasts Forever*sidney sheldon
AUTHORS: Who wrote O Pioneer!*willa cather
AUTHORS: Who wrote Of Human Bondage*w somerset maugham
AUTHORS: Who wrote Old Curiousity Shop*charles dickens
AUTHORS: Who wrote On the Beach*Neville shute
AUTHORS: Who wrote On the Road*Jack Kerouac
AUTHORS: Who wrote One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest*Ken Kesey
AUTHORS: Who wrote One of Ours*willa cather
AUTHORS: Who wrote Other Side of Midnight*sidney sheldon
AUTHORS: Who wrote Pale Fire*vladimir nabokov
AUTHORS: Who wrote Parades End*ford madox ford
AUTHORS: Who wrote Paradise Lost*john milton
AUTHORS: Who wrote Patriot Games*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Pelican Brief*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote Peter Pan*james m barrie
AUTHORS: Who wrote Pilgrims Progress*john bunyan
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Portnoy's Complaint*philip roth
AUTHORS: Who wrote Portrait of a Ladys*henry james
AUTHORS: Who wrote Pride and Prejudice*jane austen
AUTHORS: Who wrote Psycho*richard bloch
AUTHORS: Who wrote Puppet Masters*robert heinlein
AUTHORS: Who wrote Rainbow*d h lawrence
AUTHORS: Who wrote Rainmaker*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote Rebecca*daphne du maurier
AUTHORS: Who wrote Red Storm Rising*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Roots**arthur hailey
AUTHORS: Who wrote Russia House*john le carre
AUTHORS: Who wrote Sahara*clive cussler
AUTHORS: Who wrote Sailing Alone Around the World*joshua slocum
AUTHORS: Who wrote Satanic Verses*salman rushdie
AUTHORS: Who wrote Schindler's List*Thomas Kennedy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Secret Sharer*joseph conrad
AUTHORS: Who wrote Sense and Sensibility*jane austen
AUTHORS: Who wrote Sheltering Sky*paul bowles
AUTHORS: Who wrote Shock Wave*clive cussler
AUTHORS: Who wrote Silas Marner*george elliot
AUTHORS: Who wrote Simon Templar*leslie charteris
AUTHORS: Who wrote Single and Single*john le carre
AUTHORS: Who wrote Slay Ride*dick francis
AUTHORS: Who wrote Someplace to Be Flying*charles de lint
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Sometimes a Great Notion*Ken Kesey
AUTHORS: Who wrote Song of Solomon*toni morrison
AUTHORS: Who wrote Sons and Lovers*d h lawrence
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Starship Troopers*robert heinlein
AUTHORS: Who wrote Storm Warning*jack higgins
AUTHORS: Who wrote Stranger in a Strange Land*robert heinlein
AUTHORS: Who wrote Strangers*Dean Koontz
AUTHORS: Who wrote Study in Scarlet*arthur conan doyle
AUTHORS: Who wrote Submarine*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Sum of All Fears*tom clancy
AUTHORS: Who wrote Sun Also Rises*ernest hemingway
AUTHORS: Who wrote Tai-pen*james clavell
AUTHORS: Who wrote Tale of Two Cities*charles dickens
AUTHORS: Who wrote Tender Is the Night*f scott fitzgerald
AUTHORS: Who wrote Terra Nostra*carlos fuentes
AUTHORS: Who wrote Testament*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Age of Reason*thomas paine
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Ambassadors*henry james
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Bear*william faulkner
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Black Cat*edgar allan poe
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Chamber*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Client*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Deliverance*james dickey
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Eagle Has Landed*jack higgins
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Exorcist*william peter blatty
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Firm*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Fountainhead*ayn rand
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Godfather*mario puzo
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Great Gatsby*f scott fitzgerald
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Ground Beneath Her Feet*salman rushdie
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Jungle Book*Rudyard Kipling
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Jungle*upton Sinclair
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Just So Stories*Rudyard Kipling
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Last Tycoon*f scott fitzgerald
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Lottery*shirley jackson
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Magus*john fowles
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Moneychangers*arthur hailey
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Moviegoer*walker percy
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Mystery of Marie Roget*edgar allan poe
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Old Man and the Sea*ernest hemingway
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Partner*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Plague Dogs*richard adams
AUTHORS: Who wrote the Rama Series*arthur c clarke
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Recognition*william gaddis
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Runaway Jury*john grisham
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Scarlett Letter*nathanial hawthorne
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Snopes Trilogy*william faulkner
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Stand*Stephen King
AUTHORS: Who wrote The Town*william faulkner
AUTHORS: Who wrote Third Man*graham green
AUTHORS: Who wrote Thorn Birds*colleen mccullough
AUTHORS: Who wrote Three Musketeers*alexander dumas
AUTHORS: Who wrote Through the Looking Glass*lewis carroll
AUTHORS: Who wrote Timberlaine*sinclair lewis
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Town like Alice*neville shute
AUTHORS: Who wrote Trader*charles dickens
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Trustee in the Toolroom*neville shute
AUTHORS: Who wrote Ulysses*James Joyce
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AUTHORS: Who wrote USA Trilogy*john de passos
AUTHORS: Who wrote V*thomas pyncheon
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AUTHORS: Who wrote We the Living*ayn rand
AUTHORS: Who wrote Wheel of Time Series*Robert Jordan
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Winnie the Pooh*aa milne
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AUTHORS: Who wrote Wizard of Oz*l frank baum
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Authors: Zorba the Greek*nikos kazantzakis
Automysophobia is a fear of ______*being dirty
Autophobia is a fear of ______*being alone
Aviatophobia is a fear of ______*flying
Avocados have the highest calories of any fruit at ___ calories per hundred grams*167
Axe with an arched blade at right angle to handle*adze
Axl Rose was an anagram for what phrase?*Oral Sex
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: God of the Sun*apollo
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Goddess of Love*aphrodite
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Good*aggie
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Grace, New Moon*annamika
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Graceful*anais
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Gracious*ana
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Gracious*anita
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Gracious*anitra
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Gracious*anna
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Gracious*annette
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Gracious*annick
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Great Champion*anlon
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Greek God*adonia
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Hardworking*amalia
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: He Who Wins the Struggle*ajani
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Healer*althea
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Joyful Spring*aviva
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Knowledgeable*arif
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Life*ashia
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Life*aysha
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Lioness of God*ariella
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Manly*analu
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: My Father is Peace*absolom
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Noble Strength*audrey
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Noble*armina
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Noble, Bright*auberta
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Noble, Bright*aubrey
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Noble, Kind*adele
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Noble, Kind*ady
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Peace*anh
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Pleasant*africa
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Pledge*arlynda
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Mankind*alex
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Mankind*alexa
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Mankind*alexander
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Mankind*alexandra
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Mankind*alexis
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Men*alec
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Protector of Men*alejandro
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Pure*azra
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Resolute*agamemnon
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Resurrection*anastasia
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Resurrection*asia
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Revered, Exalted*augustin
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Revered, Exalted*augustus
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: ROOTS: ASHLEY&LYN*ashlyn
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Ruler of Eagles*arnaud
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Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Sky Blu*azura
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Small and Winged*aleda
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Small, winged*alida
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Soft Air, Breeze*aure
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Soft, Gentle*anana
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Son of Adam*addison
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Soul*alma
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Source of all Life*axel
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Sowing the Fields*arissa
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Species of Flowers*amaryllis
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Star*aster
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Star*astra
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Starlike*astin
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Starting Life at Dawn*asalie
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Strong & Courageous*andra
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Strong as an Eagle*arnold
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Sun*asis
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Superior*anevay
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Sweet Gum Tree*alaqua
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: The Brightest*anwar
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: The Earth*adam
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: The Earth*adamina
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: The First*avak
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: The Oak Tree*ayla
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Thorny*acacia
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: To Be Troubled*amos
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: To Sing*aron
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: To Tie*avongara
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Trustworthy*aman
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Truth, Noble*alice
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Truth, Noble*alisha
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Truth, Noble*alissa
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Truthful One*aleta
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Truthful One*aletha
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Truthful*alicia
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Truthful*alika
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Ultimate*azana
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Unique Strength*angus
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Unity, One*ace
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Very Beautiful*anika
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Very Bold*archibald
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Vigilant, Watchful*argus
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Virtuous*aretha
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Vision, Dream*aisling
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Warm*ardelle
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: White*alban
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: White*albin
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: White, Fair*albany
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: White-Skinned*albina
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Winged One*aletta
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Wisdom*akili
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: With Honor*annora
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Wolf*adolfo
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Wolf*adolph
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Work of the Lord*amelia
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Worl*alem
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Worthy of Love*amanda
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Worthy of Praise*anthony
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Youth*aviv
Baby Names Beginning With "A": Meaning: Youthful*atalo
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Badger*brock
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Baker*baxter
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Bishop*bishop
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Blessing*bracha
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Brit*brighton
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Brit*bryton
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Broad Ford*bradford
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Broad Lea, Meadow*bradley
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Builder*bona
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Butterfly*butterfly
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Cap*barretta
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Dancing Song*ballard
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Flame*blaze
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Flower, Bloom*bluma
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: A Raven*brendan
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Good Luck*bonaventure
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Good*boone
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Green Jewel*beryl
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Happy*beata
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Happy*blythe
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Heather*brier
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Hero*bijan
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Heroine*bertille
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: High One*bidelia
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Hill, Furrow*bartholemew
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Hill, Furrow*barto
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Hut*booth
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Joy is Found*bayo
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Kind*benen
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Kingly*bazyli
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Knife, Sword*blade
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Life*bethany
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Lightning*barak
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Like a Bird*byrd
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Like a King*basil
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Little Blessed One*bennett
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Little Rabbit*bunny
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Little Raven*brenna
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Little Top*barran
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Lively*bibiana
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Location Name*bisbee
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Married*beulah
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Messenger, Friend*bud
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Minstrel, Poet*baird
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Most Treasured*bo
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Mountain*berg
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Near the Meadow of the Beavers*beverly
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Near the Woods*burian
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Noble Man*baron
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Of the City of Bubastis*bast
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: One of the 3 Kings*balthasar
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: One Who Brews Beer*brewster
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Perfect Joy*bliss
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Pet form of BINGHAM*bing
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Pheasant*bena
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Pretty, Beautiful*bonita
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Pupil of an Eye*bilen
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Raven-like*brennan
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Region in France*brielle
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Root: BRODERICK*brody
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Running Water*brooks
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Sacred Wood*bel
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Scottish name for a child*bairn
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Sea Man*bahari
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Second Born of Twins*banji
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Secretive*bian
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Secretive*biana
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: She of Fair Skin*bela
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Shining*bertha
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Small Hill*brynn
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of a Prophecy*barnabas
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of BENJAMIN*benson
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of Evan*bevan
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of HARRY*barry
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of My Right Hand*benjamin
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Son of OWEN*bowen
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Sorrow*brone
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Stone*bedros
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strange, Foreign*barbara
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strength*brygid
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strife*brazil
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong One*brian
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong One*brianna
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong*bridget
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong*brigit
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong, Fierce One*bronson
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong, Honorable*bryant
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong, Virtuous, Honorable*breanna
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Strong, Virtuous, Honorable*briana
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Sweet, Melodious*bebhin
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Swift, Strong*boaz
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: The Brook*beck
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: The Glaciar*brede
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: The One Who Brings Joy*beate
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: The Son of RICE*brice
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: The Source of a River*blaine
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: The Source*bron
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: To Bind*bond
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: To Sparkle*brilliant
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Town of Barr*barrington
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Venerable, Revered*bastien
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Victorious*berenice
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Vine with Small Blossoms*bryony
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Virtuous, Princess*brinly
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Warrior*boris
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: White*blake
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: White*blanche
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: With Red-Brown Hair*bayard
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Woods*bruce
Baby Names Beginning With "B": Meaning: Yellow Haired*boyd
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Clear, Brilliant Glass*crystal
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Cushion*cody
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Dove*columbia
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Family is Born*caimile
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Fortress, Camp*chester
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Gift*chipo
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Maiden*corin
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Marsh or an herb*curry
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Nail*clove
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Pillar stone*carha
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Public Hill*cyd
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: A Raven*corbin
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Grace, Beauty, Kindness*charisse
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Gracious and Womanly*carrieann
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Gracious*chana
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Great*chen
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Gritty*chesmu
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Handsome*cullen
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Harbor*chelsa
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Heart, Maiden*cora
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Heaven*celestyn
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Helmet*corey
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Helmet*cory
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Hero*conlan
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Hero*conley
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Hero*connley
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Horn-Colored*cornelius
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Hound of the plain*conway
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Hunter*chase
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Illustrious*cleatus
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: In Praise of Flowers*cleantha
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Keeper of Records, Secretary*chancellor
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Knife Maker*cutler
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Knowledgeable*connor
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Ladylike*cirila
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Lame*claude
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Land of High Cliffs*cleveland
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Life*chava
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Life, Waterfall*chailyn
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Like a Lovely Blossom*calantha
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Like Coral*coralia
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little and Womanly*carolena
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little and Womanly*charlotte
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little Castle*cashlin
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little Cora*corentine
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little Dove*colman
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little Great One*cheney
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Little Maiden*coralie
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Long Haired*cesar
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Lord*cid
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Lordly*cyril
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Loving, Kind*caron
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Made of God*chimelu
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Maiden*corina
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Maiden*corinna
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Man*charleigh
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Manly, Full Grown*charles
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Meadow Flower*clover
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Melody, Song*carol
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Merciful*clementine
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Moon*celina
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Moon-Like, Great Goddess*chandra
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Most Beautiful*callista
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Most Beautiful*colista
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Mother*cybele
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Native to the Land, Creole*creola
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Near the creek*creighton
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Near*chika
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Not to be believed*casondra
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: One With Beautiful Voice*calliope
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Pale*chloris
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Peacemaker*casimir
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: People of Alien Speech*cheyenne
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Port of Ships*chelsea
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Prophet*cassandra
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Pure*cade
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Pure*catrin
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*catherine
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Purity*chastity
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Quiet, Still*coy
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Rejoicer*cais
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Rhythm*cadence
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Rocky Land or Singer*chantal
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Satisfied*content
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Seaport*chalsie
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Seaport*chaylse
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Seaport*chelsi
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Shadow Portrait*cameo
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: She Who Is Ignored*cassie
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Short for names beginning with CAL*cal
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Simple Happiness*cady
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Singing Bird*calandra
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Small Lamb*carnig
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Small Slope*coty
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Small Stone*coral
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Small Thing*cheche
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Son of Carr*carson
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Son of Carr*carsyn
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Song*carmen
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Song*carmine
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Soothsayer*cybil
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Sorrow*cearo
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Spear*cain
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Spring*caroun
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Stream*calder
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Strong Man*cairbre
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Strong, Manly*carolos
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Su*cyrus
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Sun*cira
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Sweet Melody*cara
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: That You Cannot Imagine*cocheta
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: The Child*cailean
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: The Historian*cicero
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: The Moon Personified*cynthia
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: The Spice*cinnamon
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: The Universe*cosmo
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: To Grow*crescent
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: To Life*chaim
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: To Praise, Acclaim*cleo
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: To Strengthen Greatly*comfort
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: To the Castle*castel
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Town on a Hill*clinton
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Town on Clay Land*clayton
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Treasurer*casper
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Universe, Harmony*cosima
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Vain*cassius
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Very Beautiful*calixte
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Very Handsome*calix
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Victorious People*cael
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Victorious People*caelan
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Victorious People*cosette
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Virginal, Unblemished Character*camille
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: War*cillian
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Warm*calida
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Warrior*calhoun
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Waterfall*cascata
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Who is Like God?*chaela
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Who is Like God?*chaeli
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Winding Valley*camdyn
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Wise Man*conary
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Wise Man*conroy
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Wise*conner
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Wizard*catalin
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Wood Carver*carver
Baby Names Beginning With "C": Meaning: Young, Virginal*camilla
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A Branch, bough*dalia
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A Gazelle*dorcas
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A Gift*donato
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A Gift*dore
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A God*devaki
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A Hill*donnel
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: A Hindu God*darshan
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: God of Wine & Revelry*dionysius
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: God of Wine*dunixi
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Goddess of Fertility*demetrius
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Goddess of Forces of Nature*damia
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Goddess of Power*devi
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Goddess*dea
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Godlike*deo
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Golden*dior
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Good*dobry
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Great One*denali
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Great*darren
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Great*derron
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Green Valley*denver
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Hair or Poor*delila
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Half, Small*demi
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: He who Upholds the Good*darrius
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Head, Leader*dean
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Hidden Nook*darnell
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Joyous Music*dreama
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Judge*dempster
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Lady of Sorrows*dolores
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Lady*donnica
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Lady, Woman*donna
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Lasting*dante
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Laurel Tree*daphne
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Leader of the People*didrika
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Leader*duke
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Like a God*deven
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Lion*diata
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Little Darling*darlene
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Little Sword*dino
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Long Summer*da xia
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Longed For*desana
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Lover of the Earth*demitrius
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Moral, Good*duc
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Morning Star*danica
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Mother of Gods*dana
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Mountain*doi
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Mouth of a River*delta
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: My Judge*dani
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Native American Tribal Name*dakota
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Of God*dominique
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Of the Dark*darcie
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Of the Devil*desdemona
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Of the Nobility*della
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Peace*dembe
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Peace, Calm*dinh
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Pleasing*deka
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Poet*devin
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Poet*devon
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Powerful Warrior*dima
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Powerful, Rich Ruler*dick
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Precious Present*darin
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Protect the Companion*duena
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Queenly*daria
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Red-Head*derry
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Roaming*dessa
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Rose*dulcina
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Ruler*dasan
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Running Streams*derora
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Scintillating*delling
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Short for names beginning with DEL*del
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Short for names beginning with DES*des
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Sincere*dyllis
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Son of DAVID*davis
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Son of Richard*dixon
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Son of ZEUS*dard
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Sorrowful, Wanderer*deidra
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Sorrowful, Wanderer*deirdra
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: St. James*diego
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Stars*daw
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Sunset*dysis
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Sweet*dulcea
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Sweet*dulcinea
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Talented*dorinda
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Taming*damian
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The 7th son of the 7th son*doctor
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The Beginning*davu
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The Earth*dagan
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The Inspirer*dumi
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The Only Girl*delu
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The Town Near the Valley*dalton
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The Way*dwayne
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: The World*desmond
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: To Speak Kind Words*deborah
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Trustworthy*drew
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Valley or Vindicated*dena
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Valley*dalva
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Valley*deiondre
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Virtuous*dewei
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Warrior*dustin
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Water Bearer*dalila
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Wealthy One*dareh
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: White, fair one*dwight
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Wild, Frenzied*dennis
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Wise*dallas
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: World Mighty*donal
Baby Names Beginning With "D": Meaning: Young Girl*darlita
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: A Bright Green Gem*emerald
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: God is Salvation*elisha
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: God is With Us*emanuel
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: God*esben
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Goddess of Strife*eris
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Golden*eldora
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Gracious Protector*esme
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Gracious, Bearer of Good News*evane
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Great Spearman*edgar
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Greek Mythological Figure*eurydice
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Greek Mythological Figure*evadne
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Guardian*er
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Happy Guardian*edward
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Happy*edith
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Hazelnut*evelia
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Helpe*ezra
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: High Born*edeline
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Honorable Ruler*eric
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Honorable Ruler*erica
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Honorable*erland
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Honored Gift*eudora
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Honored, Distinguished*efrat
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Hope*elpida
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Impartial Judgement*elvira
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Industrious*emera
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Industrious*emmet
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Industrious, Flatterer*emily
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Ireland*erin
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Island*ennis
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Justice*euridice
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Land Where Dawn Appears*eolande
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Leader*emory
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Life*eve
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Life*evelien
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Life*evie
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Life*ewa
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Light*elaine
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Light*elani
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Light*eleanor
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Light*elin
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Light*evelina
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Like an Angel*evangeline
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Little Fire*egan
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Love*eros
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: MAE Beans*edama
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Man*enos
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Melodious Tlak*effie
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Milking a Cow*ellema
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: My Guardian*eri
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Noble in Counsel*ethelda
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Noble*elgin
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Noble*ethel
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Noble, King*edalene
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Noble, King*edaline
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Nobly Brave*ellard
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Old*elda
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Older*elden
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: One Who Gives Light*epifanio
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Paradise*eden
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Peace, Enlightened*eron
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Pledge, Nobleman*earl
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Prosperous Friend*edwin
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Prosperous Ruler*edric
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Protector*edmund
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Protector*elmo
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Quiet Woman*enid
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Rich Gift*eydie
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Ruler of the Home (var. of Henry)*enrique
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Ruler of Work*emery
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Son of Ed*edison
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Son of Elias*ellison
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Sound Returned*echo
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Spoken Well Of*eupemia
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Spoken Well Of*euphemia
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Star*estelle
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Star*esther
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Strength of God*ezekiel
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Strength*eyal
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Sweet Talk*eulalie
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: The Blessed Home*elysia
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: The Chosen One*elita
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: The King*elroy
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: The Lord is My God*elijah
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: The Old Town*elton
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: The Shining One*electra
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Tiny Flame*edana
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: To Emulate, Copy*emil
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: To Love*erasmus
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: To Wander*errol
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Tranquil*evania
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Truth*emmett
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Universal, Whole*ermin
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Valuable Friend*edwina
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Very Fruitful*ephraim
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Well Spoken*eulalia
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Wild Boar, Strong*everett
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: With Clear Goals*edda
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Woman, Girl*elle
Baby Names Beginning With "E": Meaning: Young Warrior, Also see JOHN*evan
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Crow*fala
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Fern Plant or See FERDINAND*fern
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Field*fell
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Field*field
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Fig*fico
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Fish*fisk
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Fox*fox
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: A Journey*foy
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Goddess of Love, Fertility and Beauty*freya
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Happiness*felicia
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Happiness, Joy*fisseha
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Happy and Prosperous*felix
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Hard Quartz Rock*flint
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Heir to the Redheaded*flynn
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Honor*fola
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Horseman/Knight*faris
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: House*fale
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Irish Saint*fiachra
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Iron Ring*ferrol
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Iron Worker*ferris
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Leafy Branch*fronde
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Lover of Horses*filipina
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Lucky*faustine
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Man of Strength*fergal
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Manly*fergus
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Norse Goddess of Love*freja
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Occupational Surname*fuller
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Of a Ruling Family*fallon
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Of Proven Courage*farrell
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Of the Forest*forrester
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Of the Woods, Forest*forrest
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: One Who Is Religious*fruma
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: One with Skillful Hands*fabrizio
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Peace*feleti
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Peace*frederick
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Peace*fredrica
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Peace, Joy*frieda
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Prosperous*forbes
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Prosperous, Flowering*florence
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Road*ford
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Seed, Offspring*frye
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Smooth Rock*feoras
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Son of FERGUS*ferguson
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Stawberry*frasier
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Strong Man*fearghus
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Swift*fleta
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: The Far Meadow*fairly
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: The Hollow*floyd
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: To be Courageous*ferdinand
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: To Destroy*fordon
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: To Melt*fonda
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: To Trust*faith
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Town in a Field*felton
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Very Light*fulbright
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: White Shoulder*fennella
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: White, Fair*fiona
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Yellow, Blonde*flavian
Baby Names Beginning With "F": Meaning: Young Deer*fawn
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Bohemian Traveler*gypsy
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Clearing*glynn
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Dove*giona
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Field, Garden*garth
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Gardener*gardner
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A German*germain
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Grain*gram
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Narrow Valley*glynis
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Pledge, A Pawn*gage
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: A Promise*giselle
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: God is my Strength*gabriel
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: God is my Strength*gabrielle
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Goddess of the Moon*gwendolyn
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Good*gita
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Grace of God*grace
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Grace*gratia
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Grace*gratiana
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Grain Goddess*grania
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Gray*griselda
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Great Warrior*gideon
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Great*grant
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Guarded, Protected*gerda
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Guardian*garren
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Guardian*garron
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Guide*guy
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Gypsy*gitano
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Hard Spear*geraldine
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Hero or Hill*gerodi
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Hewn Stone*gazit
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Hewn Stone*giza
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Hill Near Meadows*geordi
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Hill, High Place*giva
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Hindu Goddess of Plenty*guri
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Illuminated Child*galeno
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Innocent Baby*gurit
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Jasmine*gelsey
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Joy*gella
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Juniper Berry*geneva
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Lame*gladys
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Large Village*granville
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Leads by the Spear*garrick
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Left Handed*gure
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Life*guido
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Little Hawk*gavin
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Loving*guillermina
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Made of Gold*golda
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Male Child*godana
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Merry*gaille
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Merry, Happy*gay
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Merry, Happy*gaye
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Mighty Leader*gautier
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Money is Sweet*gavivi
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: My Joy, Rejoice*gili
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Mystic*gazali
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Mythological Beast*griffin
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Of High Rank*grady
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Peace*garvey
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Pearl*ghita
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Pledge*gizi
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Powerful Soldier*gellert
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Precious Stone*gemma
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Pride*gaurav
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Rejoicer*gaius
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: River of Black Stones*guadalupe
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Servant of God*gilda
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Servant of the Bishop*gillespie
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Servant*giolla
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Shield*giles
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Short for names beginning with GIL*gil
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Short for names ending with GINO*gino
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Son of Gilbert*gibson
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Son of the Grey-Haired One*grayson
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Sparrow*galvin
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Spear Carrier*gary
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Spear Warrior*gerald
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Staff of the Gods*gustavo
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Staff of the Goths*gustave
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Swords and Riches*gerik
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: The Gray Home*graham
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: The Supplanter*giacomo
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: To Complete*gomer
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: To Profit*gainell
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: To Watch*garret
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: To Watch*garrett
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Triangular Hill*gordon
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Triangular-shaped Land*gore
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Troops in Battle*garrison
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Trusted*gilbert
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Valley*glyn
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Vigilante, Watchman*gregory
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Vine*gafna
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Warrior*gunther
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Watchful, Guardian*greer
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Wherewithall, Gall*gallia
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: White Hawk*gavan
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: White, fair*gwyn
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Youth*gyala
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Youthful*gillian
Baby Names Beginning With "G": Meaning: Youthful*giulio
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: A Beautiful Blending*harmony
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Goddess of Life*hanna
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Goddess of the Hearth*hestia
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Goddess of the Moon*hina
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Good Luck*hachi
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Good, Perfect*hao
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Grace of God*hannah
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Gracious*hannelore
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Guardian of the Hedged Area*hayward
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Guardian of the Home*howard
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hairy Bear*huslu
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hall*halen
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Handsome One*hussein
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Harp Player*harper
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Harvest*hasad
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hawk*horus
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: He who Lives in High Place*hyman
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Heath Near the Wasteland*hadley
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Heaven*heavynne
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hero*haley
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hero*hollis
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Heroine*halle
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: High Ground*heaton
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hollow in the Valley*holden
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Holy*hiero
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Holy, faithful*helga
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Home Ruler*harriet
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Home*hamlet
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Honor*honora
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Honor*honoria
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hot*ham
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Hour in Time*horace
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Household Ruler*heinz
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Joy*hedva
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Lamb*hamal
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Lazy*hawa
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Legend*haig
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Little Smart One*hewitt
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Little Town*hampton
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Lofty*haroun
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Lover of Home*hamlin
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Magnanimous*hiroko
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Meadow on the Cliff*hanley
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Moon and Stars*hilzarie
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Mountaineer*haruni
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: My Strife*hertz
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Myrtle Tree*hadassah
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Noble One*hidalgo
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: One Who Hunts*hunter
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Peace*humphrey
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Person of High Rank*herman
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Plant With Red Berries*holly
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Praise*hila
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Pride*haben
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Promise*homer
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Protector*hilda
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Queen of Heaven*hera
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Rabbit*hazeka
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Road, Path*hanzila
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Root*hidi
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Ruler of the Home*henry
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Sadness of the Bride*huso
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Safe Place*haven
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Salty Place*hada
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Salvation*hosea
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Sea*hali
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: She Who Arrives First*hasana
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Shining Brightly*haruki
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Shining of Mind*hubert
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Short form of Adelaide*heidi
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Son of HARRY*harrison
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Spacious Meadow*harley
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Star*hester
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Star*hoshi
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Star*hoshiko
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Sun*helia
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Sweet as Honey*honey
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: The Flower*hyacinth
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: The Hazel Tree*hazel
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: The Rosy Meadow*hayden
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: The Sun*heller
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Torchlight*helen
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Town of Houses*houston
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Treasure*hazina
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Troops on the Hill*harlow
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Trust, Faith*hope
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Voice of the Lord*hedia
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: War*hedda
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Warm Feelings*hannan
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Wasteland*heath
Baby Names Beginning With "H": Meaning: Wood*holt
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: A Flag*idra
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: A Meadow*ingrid
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: God is my Salvation*ikia
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: God Listens*ismaela
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: God of Heaven & Thunderstorms*indira
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: God of Rain & Thunder*indra
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: God of War*irma
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: God will Develop*iokina
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: God will Hear*ismail
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Goddess of Women In Labor*ilithya
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Great Tree*ilana
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Hairy*issay
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Handsome and Fair*irving
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Hardworking*ida
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Hardworking, Prosperous*idania
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: He will laugh*isaac
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Honor*ismet
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: I have no child*izefia
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Image, Likeness*imogene
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Innocent*ince
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Iris*irisa
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Island*inge
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Island*isla
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Jehovah is my God*illias
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Light, Joyous, Sunshine*ilo
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Little Princes*izellah
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Moon Man*ion
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Most Powerful of Egyptian Goddesses*isis
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Mother*ina
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: My Enemies Are Many*ilom
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Mythological Creature*iphigenia
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Only Son*iggi
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Peaceful*irene
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Peaceful*irina
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Play of Colors*iryl
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Prince of God*israel
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Protection*idande
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Purple Jewel*iona
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Rational*ilyssa
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Royal Hawk*iolani
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Salvation of God*isaiah
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Shining*iram
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Shrimp*inari
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Snow*istas
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Soft Air*isaura
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Something Beautiful*isabis
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Special Treasure*ilori
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: The Best*ilit
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: The Hebrew Language*ivrit
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Thirst*ide
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Thirsty*ita
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Violet, Colored Flower*ianthe
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Violet-Colored Dawn*iola
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Watchful, Descendant*ira
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Wide, Love*ife
Baby Names Beginning With "I": Meaning: Woman*isha
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: A Bird in the Crow Family*jay
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: A Conqueror*jarvis
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: A Dove*jemima
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: A Dove*jemma
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: A Dove*jonah
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: A Flower in the Olive Family*jasmine
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God is Willing*joel
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God is Willing*joelle
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God Saves*joshwa
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God Will Add*josie
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God Will Help*jesus
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God will Increase*josef
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God will increase*josephine
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: God Will Uplift*jeremy
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Gracious, merciful*jane
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Great*jalila
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Green Gemstone*jade
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Handsome*jamal
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Handsome*jamar
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Handsome*jamil
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Happy*jabulani
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Happy*jovita
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: He Expands*japheth
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Healer*jason
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Heap of Love*juji
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Held By the Heel*jacob
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Holy Man*jeroen
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Holy Man*jerom
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Holy Man*jerommeke
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Holy*jerry
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: I Love*jaimie
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Impure*jezebel
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Inheritance*jerusha
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Jade*jadzia
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: James*jayme
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Jehovah Saves*joshua
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Jet Black Gem*jett
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Joy*jewel
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Joy*joie
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Joy*joy
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Joyful One*joylyn
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Just or True*justin
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Just*justise
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Light Hearted*jocelyn
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Magnetic*ja
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Majestic*jovan
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Majestic*jovanna
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Majestic*jovianne
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Medicine Man*jabilo
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Merry*joyce
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Moon City*jericho
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Of Holy Name*jerome
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Of the World*jihan
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: One with Reddish Complexion*jengo
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Outstanding, Excellent*jethro
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Peaceful*jereni
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Pet form of JANE*janet
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Powerful*jaali
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Praise or Jewish Woman*judith
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Praised*jodie
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Praised*jud
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Praised*judah
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Praised*judd
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Pretty*jola
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Pretty*jolie
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Prominent*jael
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Purple*jacinta
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Ram*jubal
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Related by Blood*jira
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Ruler*jared
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Ruler, Spear Thrower*jerica
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Semi-precious stone*jasper
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: She will increase*jolene
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Short for JOSEPH*jody
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Short form of JACOB or JOHN*jock
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Slavic form of GERTRUDE*jara
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Small Bird*jenna
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Soft-haired*juliana
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Soft-haired*juliet
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Soft-haired, youthful*julia
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Son of JACK*jackson
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Son of Japheth*javen
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Son of Jeffrey*jefferson
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Son of Jud*judson
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Supplant*jacoba
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Supplanter*james
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Supplanter*jocelin
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Tenderness*jin
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: The one God loves*jorryn
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: The Second Male*jiro
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: The Young, Child*junior
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: To Flow, Descend*jordan
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: To Make Known*julisha
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: To Protect*jaclyn
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: To Protect*jacqueline
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Tributary Lord*jariath
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Truth*jun
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Vigilant Watchman*jorn
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Wealthy*jessica
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: White Wave*jennie
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: White Wave*jennifer
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Wise*jada
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Youthful*jillian
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Youthful*jules
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Youthful*julian
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Youthful*julinka
Baby Names Beginning With "J": Meaning: Youthful*julius
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: A Church*kirby
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: A Crown*ketara
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: A Fountain*kelda
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: A Marshland*kerr
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: A Raven*kanga
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: God is Strength*kiah
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Golden*kin
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Good Looking*kiley
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Gorgeous WOman*kenisha
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Graceful*karis
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Gracious*keyanna
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Ground Squirrel*kaikura
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Handsome*kenneth
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Handsome, Beautiful*kevin
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Harp*koto
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Hawaiian God*kaili
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Helmeted Chief*kenadie
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Helmeted Chief*kennedi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Her Life*keisha
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Hill*kia
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Hill*knox
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Hollow*kory
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Honest Counselor*koen
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Honor*kiet
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Honor, Tribute*kane
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Horn of an Animal*karna
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Hunter*kacela
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Immortal, Everlasting*khalida
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Initals K and C*kaycee
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Island of the Ships*kellsie
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Island of the Ships*kelsey
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Knot*knut
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Ladylike*kyra
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Ladylike*kyria
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Last Born Goddess*kairos
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Laurel, Crown*kailey
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Laurel, Crown*kaleigh
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Lead Cautiously*keiji
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Leader in Victory*klaus
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Leader of the Warriors*kimball
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Leader, Master*kyros
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Leaf*kirra
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Lean*keelan
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Light Skinned*kenzie
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little and Ancient*keenan
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little and Dark*keiran
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little and Womanly*karli
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little Cat, or See CATHERINE*kitty
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little Dark One*keaira
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little Dark One*kieran
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little Lady*kabibe
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Little Lady*kibibe
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Lord, God*kyrene
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Lordly One*kiril
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Love*kiora
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Lovely*kyla
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Loving*kami
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Loyal*kerda
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Lunar Glow*konane
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Maiden*koren
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Maiden*korene
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Male Born after 3+ Girls*kenyi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Meets World with Happiness*kioko
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Mighty Warrior*kael
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Mirror*kagami
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Mock, Ridicule*kaseko
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Moon*kynthia
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Most Beautiful One*kalista
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Name*keren
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Night*kishi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Nine or December*kenda
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Noble, Exalted*kareem
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Noble, Gentle*keefer
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Ocean*kai
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Of the Kelts/Celts*kelly
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Offspring*kinsey
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Old, Ancient*kedem
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: One who Works for the King*kalei
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Path*keala
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Perfect*kamil
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Place by the Flowing Water*kelby
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Poet*kavi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Poet*kavindra
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Possession*kabili
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Powerful*kabira
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Powerful*kana
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Powerful*kellan
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Praise to God*ksena
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Prophet*kapila
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure of Heart*kari
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure One*karena
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*kaitlyn
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*karen
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*kassia
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*katalin
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*katia
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*katrina
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure*kolina
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Unsullied*katina
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Unsullied*kato
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*kate
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*katelin
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*kathie
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*kathleen
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*kathryn
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*kathy
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*katie
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Pure, Virginal*katy
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Quiet Child*kiyoshi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rainfall*kisha
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Ray*kiran
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rejoice*kay
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rejoicer, Waterfall Pool*kaelin
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rich*katungi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rosebud*kalyca
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rosebud*kineks
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Rosy Reflection in the Sky*kawena
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Royal Meadow*kenley
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Royal One*kyne
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Royal*kennedy
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Ruler*kimberly
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Ruler*king
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Sacred Dancer*kachina
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Sandy, White*kei
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Servant*kadeem
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: She Who is Without Equal*kimi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Short for names beginning with K*kiki
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Small, Dark*kiara
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Someone Who Comes from Nowhere*kione
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Son of Eagan, Fiery*keagan
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Song, Songstress*karmina
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Sparrow Hawk*kele
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Spirit Guide, Protector*kamali
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Stork*koko
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Strong and Womanly*karla
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Strong*kaori
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Successor*khalipha
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Supreme Chief*kiral
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Tenth*kalkin
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Thanks*kuron
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Annointed*kirsten
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Heavens*kalani
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The King*kiros
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: the Life*keola
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Loved One*kendi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Perfect One*kamal
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Sun*kalinda
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Supplanter*kimo
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: The Wind*keith
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Towars the East*kedma
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Translation of Kitty*kita
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Treasure House*kura
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Tree Branches*kozue
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Trees*karmiti
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Tyrant*karan
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Valley of the River Kent*kendall
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Victorious Warrior*kolya
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Vigilant Watchman*krikor
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Warrior or Warriorwoman*kelley
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Water Baby, Magical*kendra
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Wave*kinipela
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Wing*kinfe
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Wise Child*kaya
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Wise Child*kayla
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Wise, Learned*keene
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Wood*kyle
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Wooden Post*keran
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Work*kazi
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: World Ruler*konala
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Worthy*kata
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Writer*kateb
Baby Names Beginning With "K": Meaning: Young Ceremonial Attendant*kamella
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A distant Place*lana
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A Distant Place*lonna
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A Division*latham
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A fork from river or glen*lyre
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A Harp or Lyre*lyris
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A Lion*leo
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A Long, Narrow Town*langston
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: A Maiden from Lydia, Greece*lydia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: God Will Help*lazar
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: God Will Help*lazzaro
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Good, Fine*liang
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Graceful as a Willow*lian
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Graceful Willow*leane
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Graceful Willow*leanna
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Gracious Warrior*louanna
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Gracious, Poetic*leighanna
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Grassy Plain*landen
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Grassy Plain*landon
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Greek Goddess*latona
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Grey Fortress*lesley
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Grey*lloyd
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Handsome One*lonnie
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Happy*licia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Happy*lok
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Harness Maker*lorimer
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: He who will Free Us*lysander
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Head of Household*laird
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Heart*lev
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Heavenly Flower*leilani
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Hidden*lot
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Hill*lyde
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Hindu God*latika
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Idol, Bird*linette
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Illumination*leena
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Illumination*lenka
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Imposter*lonnit
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Joined To*levi
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Journey*leeto
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Joy, Gladness*letitia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: King*loe
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lake or Fjord*lachlan
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Land*lancelot
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Laurel-Crowned*laura
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Laurel-Crowned*lawrence
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Left-handed*lefty
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*lenci
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*lenore
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*leora
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*lina
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*liora
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*lucia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*lucille
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Light*lucus
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Like A Lion*leona
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Like A Lion*leonard
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Like a Lion*llewellyn
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Like the Spring*laverne
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lilac*lilia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lily Flower*lilika
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lime Tree*lanaya
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lime Tree*linnea
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Linden Trees Near the Water*lindsey
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lion*lavi
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lion*lencho
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lion*leone
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lion*lisimba
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lioness*leonie
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lioness*liona
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lioness*lona
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lithe*lincoln
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Little Loved One*lovette
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lofty*lela
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lord*laval
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lord*lave
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lotus Flower*lien
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Love is Beautiful*lolonyo
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Love is Sweet*lolovivi
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Love*lerato
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Love*love
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Love*luthando
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Loved One*lovey
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Loved One*lovie
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Loyal*leala
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Lunar*livana
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Man of Light*lucian
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Meadow near the Brook*lynley
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Meadowland*leland
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Meadowlands*leslie
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Melody*lorelei
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Moon*lucine
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Mountain of the Chief*ludlow
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Musical Grace*lirit
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Near the Sea*latimer
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Night*lila
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: of God*lael
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Of the Island*lisle
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Of the Night*lilith
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Of The Sea*lamar
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: One Who Refuses*lehana
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pasture*lindley
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Peaceful, Calm*luam
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pet form of LAURA*loretta
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pet Form of LOURA*lourine
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pretty One*linda
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pretty*lyndel
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pretty*lynelle
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Pretty*lynnea
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Protector of Mankind*lexiss
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Province in Asia*lidia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Risen*levana
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Rough Land*landry
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Route or Path*laina
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Sailor*lynch
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Scandinavian*loughlin
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Section of France where Virgin Mary was seen*lourdes
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: She Who Plays*lalita
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Shining*lara
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Sim. Lakia, Found Treasure*lakin
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Singing Hawk while Soaring*liluye
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Sky*lani
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Small Cove*logan
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Soft*lamis
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Songbird*lark
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Spartan Queen*leda
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Spartan Queen*ledell
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Spear*lance
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Spice*levon
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Spring*lente
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Suave*lizina
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Taker*lel
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Tall One*lang
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Temptress, Illustrious*lena
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Terrace, Veranda*lanai
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Fifth*laquinta
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Flower*lotus
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The King*leroy
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Moon*luna
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Mountain*lamont
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Queen*lareina
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Quiet One*laqueta
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Street*larue
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: The Well in the Lowlands*larvall
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: To Move On*lane
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: To Sing a Lullabye, Soothe*lale
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: To Talk*loba
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: To Wrap or Bind*liana
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Town near the Brook*lynton
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Treasure*lakia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Tulip*lala
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Twilight*lycoris
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Unknown*liseli
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Warring Ones*luther
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Warrior Maiden*lilka
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Warrior*luigi
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Waterfall*lynna
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Weary*leia
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Wild Dove*luyu
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Wolf*lobo
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Woman of Rome*lavina
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Wood*lavonn
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Wood*lavonne
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Wreath of Pearls*leimomi
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Young Girl, Maiden*lassie
Baby Names Beginning With "L": Meaning: Young Hare*leverett
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Bird*merle
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Case to Answer*milandu
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Dove*malcolm
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Field*mayes
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Honey Bee*melissa
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A King*melchior
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Meadow*medard
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Pearl*maj
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: A Pearl*margaret
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: God is my Teacher*moriah
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: God is With Us*manuela
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: God Like*mikaili
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: God Spoke*mireille
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Goddess of Song*maeve
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Goddess of Wisdom*minerva
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Goddess/Sorceress*medea
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Goodness*meged
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great Spring*maxwell
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great Waterfall*maylin
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great*maximilian
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great*moira
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great*more
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Great*moya
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Greatest*massimo
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Greatest*maximos
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Greatest*maxine
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Happiness*makenna
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Happiness*mave
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Hawaiian form of MARY*mele
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Heroine in French Novel*manon
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: High Tower*madeline
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: High Tower*magda
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: High Tower*marlas
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Honest Child*maeko
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Honest Child*maemi
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Honey Bee*malissa
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Honey Bee*melisande
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Honey*mindy
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Honored One*mutia
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Horse Keeper*marshall
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Ill-fated Luck*mallory
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Improve*melora
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Irish form of Mary*maire
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Jehovah Spoke*mirella
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Joy Giver*marnin
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Junior, Younger*minor
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: King*mansa
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Knowledge*minda
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Lady*martha
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Light*malana
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Light*mitsu
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Lives Near the Sea*mortimer
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Lovable*mandelina
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Lovely Thoughts*moral
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Lucky*maimun
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Magnolia Blossom*mulan
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Maiden*mayda
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Maker*macon
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Marvelous*marva
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Marvelous*marvela
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Marvelous, Wonderful*mircea
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: May*mei
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Meadow Near the Lake*mardell
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Meadow*maitland
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Melvin*melba
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Merchant*mercer
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Merciful*mercedes
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mercy*mercia
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Merry*meara
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Might, Power*mathilda
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Might, Power*matilda
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mild Strength*mildred
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mill Worker*melvin
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mill Worker*miller
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mine*mea
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mine*mio
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Miracle Worker*maxima
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Miracle*miracle
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mistress of the Sea*miriam
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Moor*maurilio
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Moor, Dark Haired*maurizio
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Moor, Dark Skinned*maurice
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mother*madrona
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mother*maia
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mother*matrika
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mountain*montana
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mountainous*montego
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Much Expected of Her*miniya
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: My Beautiful One*mabel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: My Lady*madonna
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: My Messenger*malachi
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Myself*maro
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Mystic*mistico
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Myth*mita
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Near the Mills*mills
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Near the river Roe*monroe
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Noble*mona
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Now*maik
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Ocean*moana
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Ocean*moanna
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of Brown Skin*mauro
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Earth*mayan
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Mountain*montgomery
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Sea*maren
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Sea*marin
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Sea*marinel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Sea*maris
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Sea*marisa
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of the Sea*marissa
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of Uncommon Beauty*mirabel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Of wondrous Beauty*mirabelle
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: One who Hunts Eagles*makya
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: One Who Shines*meir
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pasture of the Moor*morley
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Peace Celebration*miroslav
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Peaceful*mykel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*maisie
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*margaux
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*margo
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*meg
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*megan
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pearl*megara
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pet form of MARY*mariel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pine*matsu
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Plain*macha
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Powerful, brave*maynard
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Praised*muhammad
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Prophet*meda
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Protector from the Sea*meredith
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Psychic Gifts*mana
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Pure*mariatu
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Purplish Color*mauve
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Queen*malka
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Queen*micol
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Rainbow*musoke
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Rebellious One*meria
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Rejoice*marnina
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Religious Man*monahan
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Remembrance*minna
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Righteous Way*michi
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Ripples in the Water*misu
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Roots*miyanda
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sacred House*miya
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sailor*mario
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sailor*murray
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sailor, Roman Clan Name*marius
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Scholarly Accomplishments*mendel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sea Warrior*murphy
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sea Wave*morwenna
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Seashore*morgana
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Servant of St. John*malone
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sharp Cliff*montague
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Shining Sea*meriel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Shy, Modest*modesta
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sincere, Honest*makoto
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Single, Alone*monita
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Slope by the Pond*marlow
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Small but Famous*merritt
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Small Sweet Thing*miette
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Smart, Intelligent*mahalia
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Soldier*miles
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Solitary Life*moesha
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Solitary Life*monisha
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Solitary*monet
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son Of ..*mac
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Hugh*magee
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Ken or Kenna*mckenna
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Kenneth*mackenzie
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Kile*mckile
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Man*manning
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Matthew*madison
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Morris*morrison
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of Morris*morse
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Son of the Patron*maddox
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Song, Melody*melodie
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Song-like*melody
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: South*mina
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Steady Rain*marka
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Stone worker*mason
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Strength Warrior*magnar
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Strong in War*matilde
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Strong Work*millicent
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sunny Sea*marisol
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sweet Berry*mora
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: sweet*mandisa
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sweet*mattox
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Sweetlike*melosa
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Expected One*mahdi
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Lord is With You*muna
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Sea*mare
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Spoiler*messina
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Thrush*mavis
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Tree/Victory*myrtle
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: The Wind*makani
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Tiny Gnat*mizell
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: To Hit*muliya
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: To Wonder, Admire*marvel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Tower, Soothing*malina
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Town near the Pond*merton
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Trouble*mashaka
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Tuesday*mardi
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Unique Little Girl/Beautiful Young Woman*maleah
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: UNIT One that Orbits the Moon*moon
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Var. of Matthias*matias
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Victorious People*milek
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Village*mura
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: War Goddess*morrigan
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Warlike*marc
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Warlike*marcell
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Warlike*marek
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Warlike*martin
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Warrior, Warlike*mordecai
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: White Eyes*mrena
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: White Hot Sun*misae
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is for Me?*mili
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is Like God*makaila
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God*micah
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who Is Like God*micheline
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God*michon
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God?*mckayla
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God?*mekelle
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God?*michael
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God?*mihaly
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God?*mikkel
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who is like God?*mikko
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Who Loves Everyone, Warlike*martina
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wild Falcon*marlon
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wildly Independent*maverick
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Winner*malo
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wise Little Raccoon*mika
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wise Man*morathi
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wished-For Child*mari
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wished-For Child*mariam
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Without Conceit*modesty
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Woman from Magdala*magdalena
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wonderful*mohan
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wonderful*myrilla
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Wondering*makalo
Baby Names Beginning With "M": Meaning: Young Fighter*marcellus
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: A Champion*neal
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Goddess of Night*nyx
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Goddess of the Deep*nenet
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Good News*navid
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Grace*nusa
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Gracious*nancy
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Gracious*nanette
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Guard at the North Gate*norwood
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Happy*nara
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Having Deep Roots*nitara
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: He Gave*nathan
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Heartbeat of the Earth*nitesh
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Her Life*nakeisha
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Hopeful*nadia
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Hopeful*nadine
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: I love you*nayeli
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Land of Canyons*nairi
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Light*nitsa
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Light*nora
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Light*norina
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Light*nuru
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Little Saint*nevan
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Lovable*nalo
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Messenger*nuncio
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Miracle*nasya
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Moon Daughter*nokomis
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Moral*neetee
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: My Daughter*nituna
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: National Ind. Recovery Act*nira
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Nature*nature
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New Comer*newman
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New Moon*neona
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New Town*neville
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New Town*newton
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New*neola
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New*nova
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: New*novia
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Ninth*nina
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Ninth*nonnie
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Norseman or Rule*norman
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Of Noble Birth*nola
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: of the Natine Tribe*natine
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Of the Nativity*natividad
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Owl*nascha
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Pattern, Rule*norma
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Pea Plant*nili
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Peace*noxolo
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Plains*navarro
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Pleasant*naomi
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Powerful*nero
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Precious*nafis
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Princess*nimeesha
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Prosperous*neema
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Protector*narain
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Provence in France*normandy
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Pure*nakia
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Pure*niesha
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Rest, Peace*noah
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sacrifice*natara
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Saint Worshipper*nevina
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sea Nymph*nerina
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sea Nymph*nerissa
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sea Snail*nerita
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Second Wife*nyeki
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sign, Emblem*nissa
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sign, Mark*nishan
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Slavic form of NICOLE*nijole
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Snake*nyoka
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Snow*neva
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Son of NEAL*nelson
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Son of Neil*niles
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Speech*niv
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Standing Tall*nibaw
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Stoat*nessan
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sun*nomlanga
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sunshine*nayer
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Surrounded by Song*nasnan
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Sweet, Friend*noam
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Swift Cat*namir
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: The Flowers*napua
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: The Goal*nysa
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: The Ninth*nona
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Thunder*nariko
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: To Be Born*natalie
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Triumphant*nasser
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Trustworthy*netis
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Unwilling*noleta
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Victor*neely
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Victorious Maiden*nichelle
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Victorious People*nicholai
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Victorious People*nicholas
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Victorious People*nikita
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Victorious People*nikkos
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Victory of the People*nicole
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Water Nymph*naida
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Water Nymph*naiya
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Water Sprite*nixie
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Wave*nami
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: West*nishi
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: White Haired*nuala
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Wild Goose*neka
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Windy Day*nodin
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Wisdom*nestor
Baby Names Beginning With "N": Meaning: Wrestler*nayati
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: A Bear*orson
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: A Hunter in Greek Mythology*orion
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: God is With Us*oksana
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: God of the Forest*oswald
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: God*olisa
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Godly Protector*osmond
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Gold*ofira
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Gold*oriel
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Golden City*orville
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Golden One*oriana
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Golden Woman*orla
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Golden*orleans
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Goth of the Heavens*osgood
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Green*oran
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: He Who Likes the Hunt*oringo
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Heaven*okalani
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Helper*ophelia
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Hill of the Passionate One*onslow
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Holly*olin
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Holy*olga
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: I will praise God*odelia
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Land of Gold*orlando
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Large River*ohio
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Last*omega
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Light*ora
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Lives beside the Oaks*ogden
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Lord Is My Light*oralee
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Lovely*olathe
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Magic Power*orenda
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Melody*odetta
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Mountain Man*orestes
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Mountain of the Gods*olympia
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Mountain*odina
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Mountains*orea
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Ocean Centered*oki
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Ocean*oceana
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Ode, Melodic*odette
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Of the Sea*ormanda
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Olive Tree*oliver
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: One Who Hears Well*otis
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: One*oona
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Order*orde
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Otter*obert
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Otter*odell
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Owl*opa
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Pine Trees*orinda
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Praise*osanna
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Prosperous*othello
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Protective Hero*osma
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Protector of Humanity*olesia
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Rising*orane
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: River*orrin
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Sacred*oleg
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Salvation*osias
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Serpent*ormand
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Soldier of God*osborne
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Spoken Word*oral
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Standing Rock*oneida
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Strength*oz
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Strong, Courageous*ondrea
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: The Eighth*octavia
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: The Eighth*octavio
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: The Light is Mine*orli
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: The Odyssey*odessa
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: The Orient, East*orien
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: The Upper Town*overton
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: To Cross*okal
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: To Obey*obedience
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Torch Light*onella
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Venerable Oak*orrick
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Venerable*oistin
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Wealthy One*orton
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Wealthy*odele
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Wealthy*onan
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Whom God Likes*osaze
Baby Names Beginning With "O": Meaning: Your Descent Matters*oafe
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: A Basin*pilar
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: A Broken Hill*pembroke
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: A Dove*paloma
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: A Form of Peter*perry
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: A Gem of the Sea*pearl
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: A Leaf*phyllis
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: God of Speech*phemia
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: God of Stormy Weather*pillan
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Grandfather Emerald*po
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Ground Without Slope*platt
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Hair on Fire*pirro
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: History*pravat
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Honey*pamela
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Horse Lover*pilis
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Impatient*petula
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Irish Saint*phiala
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Ivy*papina
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Keeper of the Park*parker
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: King*pasi
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Little Plum*prunella
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Little*pavel
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Love*phila
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Loved by ALL*panfila
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Loved*penda
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Lover of Flowers*philantha
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Lover of Mankind*philana
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Lover*paris
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Loving*phillip
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Loving*philomena
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Minister, Clergy*parson
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: My Daughter*paniga
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: My Escape, Deliverance*palti
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Neighborhood*parrish
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Nobleman*patrick
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Of Fire*pyralis
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Of Noble Descent*patricia
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Of the Petunia Flower*petunia
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Older Twin*panyin
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: One Who Packs*packard
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Passover/Easter*pascale
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Peace or Gold*paz
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Peace*peale
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Pearl*peigi
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Pet form of Molly*polly
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Physician of the Gods*peony
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Piercing the Valley*percival
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Pious*pia
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Place of Rest*paulo
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Poetry*piuta
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Presence*presencia
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Progressive*procopia
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Sapphire*phailin
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Sea*pelagia
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: She Who Is Lost*perdita
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Silent Worker (from Penelope)*penney
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Silent Worker (From Penelope)*pennie
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Silent Worker (From Penelope)*penny
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Small Flower*posy
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Small Rock*piera
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Small Rocks*pebbles
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Small*paola
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Small*paulette
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Son of HARRY*parry
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Stone*pekelo
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Stone*pello
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Stone*petra
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Stone*petronella
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Strong Shoulders*plato
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: The Soul*psyche
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: To Love Music*philyra
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: To Pass Over*pascha
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: To Speak*parley
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Town of Peace*paxton
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Tuft, Plume*pancho
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Understanding*pallas
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Village Warrior*payton
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Wanderer*peregrine
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Wealthy*powa
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Young Peter*parkin
Baby Names Beginning With "P": Meaning: Youthful Assistant*page
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: A Companion*quanda
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: A Quill*quilla
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Gracious*qiana
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: How much*quant
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: JAO Gloriously Bright*qing
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Light*quang
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Mars, God of War*quirino
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Moon*qamar
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Oak Tree*quennell
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Queen or Female Companion*queenie
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Quintuplet*quin
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Quintuplet*qwin
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Soft, Synthetic Material*quiana
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: The Fifth*quentin
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: The Fifth*quinta
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: to Kill*quella
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Valuable*qimat
Baby Names Beginning With "Q": Meaning: Very Strong*quinlan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: A Companion, Friendship*ruth
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: A Female Sheep, Ewe*rachel
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: A Gypsy*rumer
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: A Reed or Red Haired*reed
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: A Ring*ringo
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Godlike*ram
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Grand*rhonda
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Grand*ronda
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Head, Boss*russom
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Heavenly Rose*roselani
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Hope*raja
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Horseman*ryder
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Intelligent and Dependable*ricjunette
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Island*rylan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Joy is Mine*ronli
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: King*reginald
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: King*reth
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: King*rex
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: King*rey
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: King*roy
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Land Near the Water*rodney
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Laughter*risa
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Link Together*rivka
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Little King*ryan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Little Rock*rochelle
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Little Rose*rosine
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Little Seal*ronan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Lives near the Ridge*rigg
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Musical Instrument*ruana
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: My Joy is the Lord*ronia
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: No Longer Thirsty*rayya
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Of Rome*roman
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Of the Romans*romeo
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Of the Rose Blossom*rose
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Over the Red River*redford
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Park*rin
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Peaceful, Queen*raina
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Pet form of ROCKNE*rocco
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Pet form of ROCKNE*rocky
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Police Officer*rendor
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Pomegranate*rimona
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Powerful, Rich Ruler*richard
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Protected Waterfall*randilyn
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Protector*ramona
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Queen*raine
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Queen*rane
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Queen*rania
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Queen*rasia
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Queen*regina
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Queenlike*riona
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Rain*rain
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Reaper*reza
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Reborn*renate
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Reborn*rene
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Red Head*russell
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Red Head*rusti
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Red Meadow*radley
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Red Meadow*redell
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Red Valley*roden
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Red*roja
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Red-Haired*rufina
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Redhead*rufus
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Redheaded One, or Dim. of REDMOND*red
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Righteous*rashida
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: River*rio
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: River*river
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Riverbank*riva
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Rivers*rhea
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Rose and Anne*roseanne
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Rose Garlands*rosalia
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Rose*raisa
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Rose*roza
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Roses*rhoda
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Rough Island*rhona
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Royal Poet*riordan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Running Competition*race
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Sandalwood*rohan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Satisfied*reda
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Sea*rona
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Seal*ronat
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Secret*razi
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Shining Light*roshaun
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Short for Laurence*rance
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Song*ranit
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Spirited*rowdy
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Spring*rabia
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Steward*reeves
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Stream*reece
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Sun Born*ramses
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Sun*ravi
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Supreme Judge*ramiro
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Sweet Basil, Virtuous*rianna
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: The Ruddy One*rory
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: To Flow*runa
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: To Tie, To Bind*rebecca
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Tree with Red Berries, Mountain Ash*rowan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Weak One*rothrock
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wealthy*rafer
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wealthy*rafferty
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: White Rose*rhoswen
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: White Rose*rosalba
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wild Roses*rosamunde
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Winding River*romney
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wise and Powerful*raghnall
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wise Protection*raymond
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wise*raegan
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Witch-Nymph-Goddess*rhiannon
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wolf Counselor*ralph
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Wolf Counselor*raul
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Woody Meadow*ross
Baby Names Beginning With "R": Meaning: Young Gazelle*rasha
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: 7*seven
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: 8th Month*september
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A Clear Sign*sinclair
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A Crossing*sanford
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A Crown*steven
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A Flat clearing*sharon
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A Gift*shay
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A Grove*shaw
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A House*studs
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: A mound or rampart*sonnagh
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: God of War*soren
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Goddess who Watched OVer Bath*sulis
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Good Fortune*serendipity
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Good Thing*sunee
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Grateful*shakir
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Happiness*sanyu
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Heavenly, Winged Angel*serafina
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Helper*saidi
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Helper/Defender of Mankind*sondra
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Her Place*safara
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Holy Man*shaman
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Hope*speranza
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Hurried*sarda
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Impetuous Nature*stormy
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Inca Gold*sahara
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Invincible*sanjeet
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Irish form of JANE*sinead
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: It is heard*simon
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: It is heard*simone
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Jane, God is Gracious*sheena
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Jane, God is Gracious*sine
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Jewel*serwa
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Keeper of the Estate*stuart
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Kingdom in Arabia*sheba
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Lily*sanne
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Lily*shoshana
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Lily*shoushan
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Lily*sonel
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Lily*susane
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Lion*simba
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Listener*solada
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Long, Heavy Nail*spike
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Lunar Glow*selina
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Marshy Land Near the Sea*seymour
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Marvelous*shani
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Military Man*sargent
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Money*sika
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Nice*sarama
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Of Ancient Italian Culture*sabine
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Of Scottish Origin*scott
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Of the Forest*sylvain
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Old*synan
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Old, Ancient*saba
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: On a Hill, Protected*sheldon
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Ostrich from Water*sadira
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Ostrich*seghen
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Peaceful Disposition*serenity
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Peaceful*serepta
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Peaceful*shiloh
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Peaceful*shlomo
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Peaceful*solomon
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Peacemaker*sheehan
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Pet form of ALEXANDER*sasha
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Pleasant Sounding*sonora
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Precious Stone*shamira
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Precious Water*shasa
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Pretty*shakila
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Pretty*shaquille
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Princess*sarah
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Protector of Mankind*saskia
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Protector*sanjay
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Quiet, Gentle*stillman
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Ready for Battle*shamara
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Red*scarlett
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Reddish Brown*sienna
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Resurrection*stacey
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Resurrection*stacia
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Resurrection*stacy
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Rock*sela
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Rocky Area*shantell
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Rocky Meadow*stanley
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Rose*shoshanah
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Rose*sirvat
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Round Basket*spyridon
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Sacred Dancer*satinka
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Sailor*sailor
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Saint John*sinjin
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Salt*salena
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Savior*salvador
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Savior*salvatore
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Scholar*schuyler
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Serene, Calm*serena
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Servant*serge
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Severe*severino
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Shalom/Welcome, Peace*salome
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Shearer or Servant*sherman
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Sheltering*skylar
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Shipmaster*skipper
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Signal, Sign*signa
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Small and Wise*shanna
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Smooth Fabric*satin
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Solitary*solange
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Song is Mine*shirley
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Song of my Soul*shiri
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Sowing, Planting*season
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Star Born*sidra
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Star*stella
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Stem of Bamboo*shino
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Stone*stone
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Street*syshe
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Sugar*sugar
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Sun or See SOLOMON*sol
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Sun*soleil
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Swordsman*saxen
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Swordsman*saxon
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Swordsman*saxton
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Thankful*shakira
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: The Color Silver*silver
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: The Listener*samantha
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: The Moon*selena
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: The Season*summer
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: The Town to the South*sutton
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Thorny Cactus*sabra
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Three*shasta
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: To Entice*sidonia
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: To Sow*semele
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: To Stain*sully
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Town Near Tree Trunk*stockton
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Treasure, Prize*sima
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Treeless Plain*savannah
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Trinity*selas
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Valuable*sterling
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Venerable*sebastian
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Victory*shing
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: viking*sorley
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Warrior*sloan
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Warrior*sloane
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Warrior*slone
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Wealthy*sumana
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Well-going*sivney
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Wild*sheridan
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Wind from the East*solana
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Wisdom*sonia
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Wisdom*sophie
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Woodcutter*sawyer
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Yellow*saffron
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: youth*sileas
Baby Names Beginning With "S": Meaning: Youth*svein
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A Fairy Queen*tania
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A Gazelle*tabitha
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A Holy Place*tybal
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A Lamb*teli
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A little hill*tulla
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A measure of land*tate
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A Poet*teague
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: A Poet*teige
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: God of Battle*tyra
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Goddess of Battle*tyronica
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Good*tavi
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Good*tobit
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Good*tova
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Great Joy, Music*tambre
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Greek Letter*theta
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Greenish Blue Color*teal
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Harvester*tassos
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Heart*tam
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Hero*talli
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Hill*topper
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Holy Place*tibor
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Holy Three*trinity
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Horse Rider*tasida
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: House Builder*tyler
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: House*ty
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Intelligent*tomo
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Island off of Scotland*tyree
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: It is Forgotten*tiassale
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Joyful*thalia
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Land of Owen, Young Soldier*tyrone
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Leather Worker*tannar
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Lioness*tiaret
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Little Hill*tully
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Loud Thunder*taima
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Loved One/Lovable*thandeka
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Lover of Nature*tivona
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Lucky*tadelesh
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Maiden, Child*talitha
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Might, Power*tillie
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Mirror Image*toshi
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Mole, Gopher*topo
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Monestary*taline
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Morning Dew*talia
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Mound*talmai
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: My Dew*talen
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Myth/Legend*taru
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Mythological Name*tass
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Nation, Tribe*taifa
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Nickname for a Texan*tex
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Nickname for THOMAS*tip
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Noble, Lordly*tierney
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Noblewoman*trisha
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Nursling*telma
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Nursling*thelma
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Of Noble Descent*trish
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Of the Widow*terweduwe
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Of Welsh Origin*taffy
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Pageant*tamasha
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Payment*tefo
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Peach, Long Life*tao
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: People*tamika
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Perfect*tamma
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Pet form of THEODORE*telly
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Pleasantness*tirza
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Poet, Philosopher*tadhg
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Princess or Aunt*tia
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Princess*tiana
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Princess, Aunt*tea
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Prudent*trevor
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Queen*thema
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Radiant Brow*taliesin
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Railway Line*tazara
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Respectful of Parents*thao
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Resurrection*tasya
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: River*tyne
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Rocky Hill*taran
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Rocky Hill*tarin
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Roof Fixer*thatcher
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Running Water*tallulah
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Sad*trista
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Sad*tristana
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Sad*tristram
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Safe, Secure*toan
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Servant of Thor*thurman
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Short for names ending in TINE*tina
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Silence*tacy
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Silent*tacita
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Slippery*teleza
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Small One*teenie
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Small*tino
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Smooth*terrene
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Snow*tuyet
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Son of TY*tyson
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Star*tarika
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Strong as Iron*trahern
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Strong, Forceful*taurean
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Sunshine, Exhausted*taban
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Tailor*taylor
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Tall Ruler*timberly
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Tall*temira
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Team*tandice
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Tender*terentia
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Tender, Good Gracious*terence
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: The Angel*tangia
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: The Lord Is Good*toby
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: The Pure One*thrine
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: The Sea*thalassa
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: The Third*tertius
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: The Trinity*trini
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Third*tryna
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Thirty*trent
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Thread*twyla
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Three*trey
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Three, the Trinity*tiffany
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Throne, Seat of Royalty*thron
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Thunder*thor
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Thunder*thora
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Thyme Herb*tyme
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Tiger*teigra
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Time of Opportunity*toki
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: To Beget*thane
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: To Honor God*timothy
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: To reap*tess
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: To Throw or Carry*tara
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Town of Sanctuary*templeton
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Toy*toyah
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Trapper*trapper
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: True*trula
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: True*truly
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Trusted*themba
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Twin*tamas
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Twin*tamasine
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Twin*tameka
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Twin*tasmine
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Twin*thom
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Upper Story*thel
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Variation of Rory*trory
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Victor*tolla
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Victorious*torie
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Warrior Woman*truda
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Water or Footsoldier*troy
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Whole, Honest*temima
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Whole, Perfect*tama
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Wolf*tala
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Worthy of Praise*toni
Baby Names Beginning With "T": Meaning: Young Eagle*tuari
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: God is my Light*uriah
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: God is my Light*urilla
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Great*uang
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Heavenly*urania
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Hope*umay
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Intelligence, Spirit*ugo
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Intelligent One*ulema
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Jewel of the Sea*ula
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Light*urit
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Love*upendo
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: My Light*uri
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: My Mother*ummi
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Oneness*unity
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Plum Blossom Child*umeko
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Servant*umi
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: To Arrive*uday
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: To Fill Up*ulla
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Unity*una
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Wolf*ulf
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Wolf*ulric
Baby Names Beginning With "U": Meaning: Youth*ujana
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Goddess of the Hearth*vesta
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Gracious in Life*vivian
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Gracious*vanya
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Great*velika
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Green*verdi
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Happy*vidor
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Health or Love*valentina
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Health or Love*valtina
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: High*vance
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Kingly*vasilis
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Life*vida
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Life*vita
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Life*vitalis
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Life*vito
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Life*vivienne
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Like an Angel*vangie
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Little Ash Tree*vaschel
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Longings are Waterfalls*visola
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Lost a Child*vondila
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Lovely*viviana
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Luckily*veasna
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: National Spirit*volleny
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Power*val
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Power*virote
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Prince*vlad
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Prince*vladimir
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Ruler*valdemar
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Singled Out*vala
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Small Town*vanig
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Small Village*villette
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Small*vaughn
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Son of Vincent*vinson
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Strength, Valor*valarie
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Strong*vahe
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Strong*virgil
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Superior*varen
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Sweet Lady*vevina
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: The Love of a Woman*vondra
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: The Truth*veronica
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: They Leave Us Behind*vatusia
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: To be strong*valerie
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: True Image*vonda
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Truth*vera
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Truth*verda
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Valley*vail
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Victorious*vic
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Victorious*victoria
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Vineyard Worker*vine
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Violet Flower*violet
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Virginal, Pure*virginia
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Vital*vidal
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Wanderer*vandalin
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Winner, Conqueror*victor
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Wisdom*vivek
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Woman of Venice*venetia
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Youthful*vern
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Youthful*verna
Baby Names Beginning With "V": Meaning: Youthful*vernon
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: A Driver*wheeler
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Guardian*ward
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Hill of Victory*winslow
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Hunt*wyanet
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Light Complected*wynn
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Of the Willows*wiley
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Of the Woods*woods
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Path of a Wolf*wolfgang
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Peaceful or Willow Tree Near Ford*wilfred
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Plain*wyome
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Ruler*walda
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Shape-shifter*waneta
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Shield*walta
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Short for WILHEMINA*wilma
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Son of WILLIAM*willis
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Son of WILLIAM*wilson
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: The Enemy*wasaki
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: The Path thru the Woods*woodrow
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: The West Meadow*wesley
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: To Preserve*warren
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: To Wade in Water*wade
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: To Wave*waverly
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Town of the Smart*washington
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Untamed*wilda
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Valley or Wanderer*wendell
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Victory Town*winston
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Wagoner*wayne
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Warden, Guardian*worden
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Warrior*wyman
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Water*wyatt
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Weaver*webster
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Welcome Guest*welcome
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: White Island*whitney
Baby Names Beginning With "W": Meaning: Woods or Army General*walter
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Guest*xenos
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Hospitable*xenia
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: King*xerxes
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Lives in the Forest*xylon
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Please Forgive*xolani
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Queen*xuxa
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Spread, Propagate*xinavane
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Strange Voice*xenophon
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: WANG Desire*xi
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Welcome Guest*xena
Baby Names Beginning With "X": Meaning: Yellow*xanthus
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: A Man from Judah, A Jew*yehudi
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: God Will Teach*yair
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: He Answers*yana
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Just*yestin
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: King*yardan
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Life-Enhancing*yeva
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Light*yitta
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Little Dove*yoninah
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Male form of YVONNE*yvon
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Moon*yuk
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Mythological character*ymir
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Of Christmastime*yule
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Of the Yard*yardley
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Of the Yard*yeardleigh
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Of the Yoga Practice*yogi
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: One of a Twin*yamal
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: One who Yells*yaholo
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Past the Horizon*yul
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Peaceful One*yasuo
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Plenty*yitro
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Positive*yoko
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Prophet, Happiness*yasin
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Quiet*yoshi
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Reliable*yori
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Right Hand*yamin
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Ruler of the Household*yetty
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Singing*yaron
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Snow or Lucky*yuki
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Son of the Chief*yuma
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Son*yaro
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Strength of God*yael
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Supplanter*yakov
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: To come Down*yered
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Universe*ye
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Violet Flower*yoland
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Violet Flower*yolanda
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Winter Princess*yepa
Baby Names Beginning With "Y": Meaning: Work*yenge
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: God of Fatherhood*zaci
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Gold*zeheb
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Golden*zarina
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Good Fortune*zada
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Growing*zaida
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Guardian*zareb
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Healthy and Vigorous*zulema
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Help of God*ziraili
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Hospitable*zena
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Hospitable*zenia
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: I Have no Child*zef
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Innocent*zaccheus
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Irish Saint*zephan
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Life*zoe
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Life*zoey
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Life*zoie
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Life*zoltan
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Life*zoltin
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Light*ziya
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Light, Brilliance*zohar
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: May God Protect the King*zarek
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Movement*zaza
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: My Shadow*zili
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Peaceful & Quiet*zalman
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Present*zavad
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Protected, Sacred*zimri
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Protector*zareh
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Rainbow*ziazan
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Remembered by the Lord*zachariah
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Remembrance of the Lord*zach
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Remembrance of the Lord*zachary
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Respected, Wise*zeroun
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Rose Flower*zytka
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Sash*zona
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Sign, Symbol*zenobia
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Smart*zeki
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Spiritual Leader*zo
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Splendor*ziva
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Stranger*zenon
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Strength of God*zeke
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Successful*zarifa
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Thank You*zikomo
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: The Blessed One*zelig
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: The Lord is my Rock*zuriel
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: The Seeker*zita
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: To get rid of Anger*zbigniew
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: To Tremble*zia
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Trap*zared
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Very Bright*ziv
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Vigorous, Alive*ziven
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Well Fed*zan
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Wheat*zea
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: White Wave*zenevieva
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Wolf*zev
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Woman Warrior*zelda
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Zeal*zelia
Baby Names Beginning With "Z": Meaning: Zeus*zeno
Bacillophobia is a fear of ______*microbes
Back in the day at Walt Disney studios, Walt's brother Ray (yes, Ray) reportedly peddled what to employees on the lot*insurance
Back of horse's leg where hair grows above hoof*fetlock
Bacteriophobia is a fear of ______*bacteria
Badderlocks is a form of....*seaweed
Badlands is a feature of which American state*south dakota
Badminton star Liem Swie King represented which country*indonesia
Baghdad is the capital of ______*iraq
Baklava is a form of....*dessert
Ball and ______*chain
Bamako is the capital of ______*mali
Banaba (or Ocean Island) is found in which country*kiribati
Bananas are actually what*herbs
Band of decoration especially at the top of a wall*frieze
Band to keep up stockings*garter
Bangalore and Jaipur are in which country*india
Bangkok is the capital of ______*thailand
Bangkok is which country's capital*thailand
Banjul is the capital of ______*gambia
Bantu-speaking people of southern Africa*zulu
Barbary Apes live on what Mediterranean feature*rock of gibraltar
Barbie's measurements if she were life size:*39-23-33
Barbie's nautical-sounding sister*skipper
Barbra Streisand starred in the sequel to Funny Girl what was it called*funny lady
Barcelona 1992 Olympics: This countries medal tally was: 44 Gold, 37 Silver, 29 Bronze, 110 in Total*unified team 1992
Bardolatry is an excessive admiration for which writer*william shakespeare
Barkley name the only animal whose main source of food is the porcupine*fisher
Barnacle, Canada and Brent are all types of what*geese
Barophobia is fear of*gravity
Barrel, breech and stock are all parts of a what*gun
Barrier reef What famous writer was born May 25, 1803*ralph waldo emerson
Bartolomeo Diaz called it the Cape of Storms. What is it called now*the cape of good hope
Baseball - the Boston Red______*sox
BaseBall - The Chicago ____*cubs
BaseBall - The Texas _______*rangers
Baseball star Joe Dimaggio married which actress*marilyn monroe
Baseball the atlanta ______*braves
Baseball the baltimore ______*orioles
Baseball the boston ______*red sox
Baseball the chicago ______*cubs
Baseball the cleveland ______*indians
Baseball the florida ______*marlins
Baseball the houston ______*astros
Baseball the kansas city ______*royals
Baseball the milwaukee ______*brewers
Baseball the new york ______*mets
Baseball the philadelphia ______*phillies
Baseball the san diego _______*padres
Baseball the st louis ______*cardinals
Baseball the texas ______*rangers
Baseball the toronto ______*bluejays
Baseball: hank aaron received more of what than any other person*personal
Baseball: the Baltimore ________*orioles
Baseball: the Milwaukee _______*brewers
Based on a book by William Styron which film stars Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline*sophie's choice
Basie Ronnie Bond drummed with what group*troggs
Basketball the boston ___________*celtics
Basketball the denver ______*nuggets
Basketball the los angeles ______*lakers
Basketball the new york _________*knickerbockers
Basketball the utah ______*jazz
Basketball: the Chicago ______*bulls
Basketball: the Denver ______*nuggets
Basketball: the Milwaukee _______*bucks
Basking, nurse and whale are all types of which animal*shark
Bat Masterson was a sportswriter for what paper*cape town
Bat Masterson was a sportswriter for what paper*morning telegraph
Battle of the Somme With what acid do nettles cause irritation*Formic acid
Bauxite is the principal ore of Aluminium, which other element is combined with the metal in this ore*oxygen
BCG is a vaccination for which disease*tuberculosis
Beans who was the only actor to become president of the u.s.a*ronald reagan
Beasley how much does park place cost in monopoly*four hundred fifty dollars
Beaver What is Barbi's full name*Barbara Millicent Roberts
Because metal was scarce during world war ii, of what were the oscars made*wood
Because metal was scarce, the oscars given out during WW II were made out of what*wood
Because Moses felt he was "slow of speech and slow of tongue", who often acted as his spokesperson*aaron
Because the emu and the kangaroo cannot walk backwards, they are on the australian ______*coat of arms
Bechemel, espagnole and bearnaise are types of which food*sauce
Bee Gees Movies: Neve Campbell and Courtney Cox are terrorized by a murderous horror movie fan in what movie*Scream
Before Canberra, which city was the capital of Australia*melbourne
Before coming a full time author, what was the profession of Frederick Forsyth*journalist
Before going solo, the singer Louise was a member of which pop group*eternal
Before she was a pop star, why was Samantha Fox in the British tabloids?*She was a page three girl
Before wwii, the new york phone book had 22 listings for what surname, and none after wwii*hitler
Beirut is the capital of ______*lebanon
Belgian and Swiss unit of currency*franc
Belgian Joseph Merlin invented this form of "transportation" in 1760*roller skate
Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg came together in 1948 to form an economic union, known as what*benelux
Belgrade lies on The Danube and which other river*sava
Bell's palsy results in numbness in which area *face
Belushi What branch of science studies heat, electricity and magnetism*physics
Ben Affleck played CT on what 80's science education television show?*Voyage of the Mimi
Ben Hurs rival in the great chariot race*messala
Benazir Bhutto regained power in 1993 after being ousted how many years before*three*3
Beneath which Paris monument is the tomb of France's unknown soldier*arc de triomphe
Benjamin Franklin suggested that __________ should be the U S national bird*turkey
Bentham of what was john bentham one of the founders*utilitarianism
Benthos are plants and animals living where*water
Bert and ernie of 'sesame street' were named after bert and ernie in which frank capra film*it's a wonderful life
Bert Berns produced what song for Van Morrison*brown eyed girl
Besides being candidates for president in the 1996 U S elections, what do Bill Clinton, Ross Perot & Bob Dole have in common*all left handed
Besides gin, what other alcoholic drink is used to make a White Lady cocktail*cointreau
Besides the stones which group had the longest touring career until the founder's death in 1995*grateful dead
Best known for 'dancin' in the streets', martha and the vandella's also hit the charts with the song about which man*jimmy mack
Best or nothing in the song 'skip to my lou', in what beverage are the flies*buttermilk
Betsy ross is the only real person to ever have been the head of a ______*pez dispenser
Bette Midler won an Oscar nomination for playing a rock singer in the style of Janis Joplin in which 1979 film*the rose
Better known by her maiden name, who was the 1930s aviation pioneer Mrs. Mollison*amy johnson
Betty Boo was doing 'the doo' in what year*1990
Between what ages is a brandy or port described as VSO*12 to 17 years
Between what ages is a brandy or port described as VSOP*20 to 25 years
Between where does the ureter carry urine*kidneys and bladder
Between who was the shortest war in history*zanzibar and england
Beverly hills has what fictional zipcode*90210
Bezique, piquet and pinochle are all types of what*card games
Bibliophobia is a fear of __________*books
Biko was involved in what protest movement?*Apartheid
Bilko*sgt bilko
Bill & Hilary Clinton switched on the christmas tree lights in Belfast in 1990, 1995 or 1996 *1995
Bill and hilary clinton switched on the christmas tree lights in belfast in 1990, 1995 or 1996*1995
Bill Gates dropped out of which of educational institution*harvard
Bill gates invented which os*windows
Bill gates was the founder of which company*microsoft
Bill haley sings 'see you later ______ '*alligator
Bill justis was a studio musician when he recorded this 'sloppy' instrumental in october 1957*raunchy
Bill Watterson, cartoonist for Calvin & Hobbes, is the first cartoonist to use what word in his cartoon*booger
Billie Jean King competed in which modern sport*tennis
Billion what can release approximately one billion grains of pollen*ragweed plant
Billy the Kid was born in _____*1859
Biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment*ecosystem
Bird Music: What was the original name of the group 'Chicago'*Chicago Transit
Bird with characteristic cry and the habit of laying eggs in other birds nests*cuckoo
Birmingham is flanked by the M6 on the north and M5 on the west, which motorway flanks south & east*m42
Bismarck is the capital of ______*north dakota
Bissau is the capital of ______*guinea-bissau
Black and white seabird with small wings*auk
Black Lady - the Queen of Spades is worth 13 - is based on this game..*hearts
Black, cementlike material varying in consistency at room temperature from solid to semisolid*Asphalt
Blanchard and Jeffries crossed the English Channel in 1785 using what means of transport*hydrogen balloon
Blender Music Artists: Who did "Ticket to Ride" in 1965**beatles
Blood can be artificially cleansed via what process*dialysis
Blossoms 'now look at them yo-yo's, that's the way you do it ..' what is the dire straits song title*money for nothing
Board game with pieces moved according to throw of dice*backgammon
Board in what country would you find the world's largest pyramid*mexico
Bobby locke was the first south african golfer to win which open*british
Bogota is the capital of ______*colombia
Boise is the capital of ______*idaho
BONANZA: What clothing did Little Joe usually wear*green jacket and grey
Bonanza: what was the name of eric's horse*chub
Bond: What is Goldfinger's first name*Auric
Bond: What was the first James Bond film*Dr. No
Boned steak cut off sirloin*entrecote
Book of information on many subjects*encyclopedia
Book of the Old Testament, third of the five biblical books called the Pentateuch*leviticus
Book or table containing a calendar, together with astronomical and navigational data and, often, religious holidays, historical notes, proverbs, and astrological and agricultural forecasts*almanac
Books who wrote the book "The Wives of Henry VII"*antonia fraser
books: who wrote the book "wouldn't take nothing for my journey now"?*maya angelou
Books: who wrote the book "Couples"*john updike
Books: who wrote the book "Darker Than Amber"*john macdonald
Books: who wrote the book "Outwitting The Gestapo"*lucie aubrac
Books: who wrote the book "Prisoner of Desire"*jennifer blake
Books: who wrote the book "wouldn't take nothing for my journey now"*maya
Born Georgios Panayiotou in England in 1963, by what name is this singer better known*george michael
Born in Urbino in 1483, which Italian artist, with Leonardo and Michelangelo, is considered one of the three Masters of the High Renaissance*raphael
Born May 7, 1901, He Starred In This Movie: Dallas - 1950*gary cooper
Born Yaron Cohen, to the dismay of a number of her fellow countrymen, she won which international competition in May 1998*eurovision song contest
Borsch is based on what vegetable*beetroot
Bortsch is a traditional dish from which country*russia
Boston Bruins hockey great _____ was inducted into the hall of fame in 1947*aubrey "dit" clapper
Botany & zoology combined make up the science of _______.*biology
Botvinnik, Petrosian and Tal have all been World Champions of what*chess
Bowie what is pro football quarterback sonny jurgenson's christian name*christian
Brahma, Vishnu & Shiva are gods in which religion*hindu
Branch of biology concerned with the study of plants (kingdom plantae; plant)*botany
Branch of biology dealing with the development of the animal embryo*embryology
Branch of linguistics concerned with the production, physical nature, and perception of speech sounds*phonetics
Branch of mathematics concerned with the study of such concepts as the rate of change of one variable quantity with respect to another, the slope of a curve at a prescribed point, and the computation of the maximum and minimum values of functions*calculus
Branch of mathematics that deals with the properties & relationships of numbers (number)*number theory
Branch of mathematics that deals with the relationships between the sides & angles of triangles & with the properties & applications of the trigonometric functions of angles*trigonometry
Branch of mathematics using letters to represent numbers*algebra
Branch of medicine dealing with the care of old people*geriatrics
Branch of science that applies physical principles to the study of the earth*geophysics
Brass instrument resembling a trumpet*cornet
Brazzaville is the capital of ______*congo
Bread, cereals, fruit and vegetables are needed by the body as good sources of what*fibre
Breakers footrace what does the irish 'dubh linn' mean*blackpool
Breed of rock pigeon that is specially trained to return swiftly to its home*homing pigeon
Brewers at what time did the hiroshima bomb detonate*8:15 am
Brian eno released a us 1978 lp titled "before and after _____"*science
Brian Lara broke the record for the highest first class cricket innings by scoring 501 not out against which county in 1994*durham
Brian wanted to help contribute to a charity fund. A sponser told him for every mile he runs, they will donate $20.00 to the charity. If Brian runs 5 miles, how much will his sponser donate to the charity*$100
Bridgetown the capital of ______*barbados
Brief commemorative inscription on a tomb; also, a short piece of poetry or prose lauding a deceased person*epitaph
Brigham Young was a pioneer of which institution*the mormon church
Brilliant red or black mineral, with diamondlike luster, composed of titanium oxide, tio2*rutile
Britain what's the adhesion of molecules to the surfaces of solids called*adsorption
Britain's first _______ was installed in Harrods in 1878*escalator
Britain's first space rocket was launched in 1964. What was it called*blue streak
British chemist, who isolated and described several gases, including oxygen, and who is considered one of the founders of modern chemistry because of his contributions to experimentation*joseph priestley
British rock-music group that rivaled the popularity of the group's early contemporaries, The Beatles*the rolling stones
Briton's say 'tarmac', americans say ________*runway
Brontophobia is a fear of ______*thunder or thunderstorms
Brooks what is the new name of the mound metalcraft company*tonka metalcraft
Brothers A terrapin is a type of _________.*Turtle
Brothers Jacob and Wilhelm were librarians and professors of language in 19th Century Germany. What was their surname*grimm
Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone own which London restaurant*planet hollywood
Brussels is the capital of _______*belgium
BSE was identified in Britain in which year*1986
Budapest is the capital of ______*hungary
Buddy holly released a solo 'peggy sue' that, by the end of 1957 was challenging which song recorded with the crickets*oh boy
Buddy Rich's real first name was what*bernard
Buenos Aires is the capital of ______ *argentina
Buffalo Bill's real name was....*william f cody
Buffalo River National Park is in which state*arkansas
Bugs bunny made his debut in 1935, 1936 or 1937*1935
Building for housing aircraft*hanger
Building occupied by monks*abbey
Building started on Westminster Abbey in which year*1050
Burn to stop the flow of blood*cauterize
Burt reynolds was a gunsmoke co-star for many years, playing the role of*blacksmith quint asper*quint*blacksmith
Busey what disney movie stars merlin the magician and wart the boy king*sword in
Business on what was the world's first adhesive used*postage stamp
Bwana means Sir in which language*swahili
By 1983, 13 million of what "labor-saving" device operated worldwide*computers
By 70 years of age, an average person will have shed how many pounds of skin*one hundred & five*105
By feeding hens certain ____ they can be made to lay eggs with varicolored yolks*dyes
By finding what, can the slope of a curve at any given point be determined*derivative
By how much do the world's termites outweigh human beings*ten to one
By raising your legs slowly and laying on your back, in what can you not sink*quicksand
By the end of 1983, how many computers were in use in the world *thirteen million*13,000,000
By the time a child finishes elementary school they will have witnessed how many acts of violence on television*100,000
By the time a child finishes elementary school they will have witnessed how many murders on television*eight thousand*8,000
By what Alias does Ferris Bueller get into Chez Luis?*Abe Frohman
By what chemical process do plants manufacture food*photosynthesis
By what country was the first concentration camp setup during the Boer wars*england
By what is the hudson river spanned*george washington bridge
By what name is Harry Angstrom known in the titles of John Updike's trilogy*rabbit
By what name is Maurice Micklewhite better known*michael caine
By what name is the 2nd day of February called in the U.S.A.*ground hog day
By what name is the 3rd battle of Ypres known*passchendaele
By what name is the bird Pica Pica better known*magpie
By what name is the bird Troglodytes Troglodytes better known WREN
By what name is the reed pipe of the bagpipes known*chanter
By what name is the skin complaint of 'comedo' better known*blackheads
By what name is the skin condition called 'naevus' better known*strawberry mark
By what name was outlaw Harry Longbaugh better known*sundance kid
By what name was the American William Cody better known*buffalo bill
By what name, is the entertainment business, is Victoria Adams better known*posh spice
By what nickname is the well-known American singer Bruce Springsteen often referred*the boss
By what other name do we know table tennis*ping pong
By what other name is Lac Leman known*lake geneva
By what other name is the 180 degree meridian known as*international date line
By what other name is the island of Lindisfarne known*holy island
By what other name is the mountain K2 called*mount godwin austen
By what process is rock worn down by the weather*erosion
By what process is rum created*fermenting molasses
By what title was Mohandas K Gandhi known*mahatma
By which name is Eric Claudin better known*phantom of the opera
By which name is Mendelssohn's Third Symphony known*scottish
By who was gerald ford almost assassinated*squeaky fromme
By whom was julius caesar stabbed*cassius
C.F.C.'s are said to be damaging to the ozone layer. For what do the initials C.F.C. stand*chloro fluoro carbon
Caciocavallo, herkimer, mysost, & trappist are all varieties of what*cheese
Cagliari is the capital of which mediterranean island*sardinia
Cain & Abel were two of the sons of Adam & Eve. Name the third*seth
Calabrese is a form of which vegetable*broccoli
Calamine, used as an ointment , contains a carbonate of which element*zinc
California is to Eureka as New York is to*excelsior
Callisto, lo and Europa are moons of which planet*jupiter
Calypso, catteleya and pogonia are types of which flowering plant*orchid
Can a bat stand up*no
Can a platypus see under water*no
Can a short-sighted person see objects more clearly when they are close up or far away*close up
Can gorillas swim*no
Can lasers cut diamonds*yes
Can there be lightning without rain*yes
Can you name all of the Bradford's on Eight is Enough?*Tom,Abbey,David,Mary,Joni,Susan,Nancy,Tommy,Elizabeth,Nicholas
Can you name the 5 original MTV VJ's?*Martha Quinn,J.J. Jackson,Mark Goodman,Alan Hunter and Nina Blackwood
Can you swim in the sea of showers*no
Canada is an Indian word meaning what*big village
Canada is seperated on an imaginary line along the ______*49th parallel
Canada is the world leader in the production of*newsprint
Canadian: a person loyal to the british crown in the 1780's*loyalist
Canadian: sled dog first bred by Eskimos*malemute
Canadians are sometimes thought of as*canucks
Canberra is the capital of ______*australia
Candlestick maker what is the capital of iran*teheran
Candlestick maker*butcher baker candlestick maker
Cannibals are famous for eating what*human flesh
Canthopterygian is a(n)....*fish
Capable of being decomposed by the action of light*photodegradable
Cape Verde is a former colony of which country*portugal
Capital cities: Australia*canberra
Capital cities: Cameroon*yaounde
Capital cities: Denmark*copenhagen
Capital cities: Ethiopia*addis ababa
Capital cities: Finland*helsinki
Capital cities: Ghana*accra
Capital cities: Iceland*reykjavik
Capital cities: Jamaica*kingston
Capital cities: Mongolia*ulaanbaatar
Capital cities: Oman*muscat
Capital cities: Papua New Guinea*port moresby
Capital cities: Romania*bucharest
Capital cities: Taiwan*taipei
Capital cities: Tonga*nuku'alofa
Capital cities: Vanuatu*port vila
Capital cities: Western Samoa*apia
Capital cities: Zambia*lusaka
Capital city of Arizona & seat of Maricopa County, located on the salt river in the south central part of the state*phoenix
Capital city of Quebec, Canada*quebec
Capital L is the Roman numeral for which number*fifty
Capital of Argentina*buenos aires
Capital of Azerbaijan*baku
Capital of egypt and the largest city in africa*cairo
Capital of Ghana*accra
Capital of Scotland*edinburgh
Capone Music Artists: Who did "Cheap Sunglasses" in 1979*zz top
Captain cook lost almost half his crew in 1768 on his first voyage to ______*south pacific
Captain What two word term is considered the lowest possible temperature*absolute
Carbonated soda water was invented in 1767, 1768 or 1769*1767
Caribbean plant yeilding a substance used in cosmetics*aloe vera
Caries refers to decay in what*teeth
Carl Switzer was the real name of which of the Our Gang characters*alfalfa
Carlos This planet has an atmosphere that is 98 percent Helium*Mercury
Carly Simon sang the theme song to which James Bond film*the spy who loved me
Carmenta is the roman goddess of ______*childbirth
Carnivorous mammal, native to the northern regions of North America, Europe, & Asia, whose habits are much like those of the badger*wolverine
Carole king sings 'you just call out my name, and you know wherever i am i'll come running ..'. what is the song title*you've got a friend
Carolina what alice cooper album simulated an execution during a song*killer
Carolyn Weston's novel Poor, Poor Ophelia was the basis for what show*streets of san francisco
Carpet, coral and pilot are all types of which animal*snakes
Carrie all what is the capital of ohio*columbus
Carroll charles carroll died in 1832, 1836 or 1837*1832
Carson who succeeded joseph stalin as russian premier*georgy malenkov
Carter what do goldfish lose if kept in dimly lit or running water*colour
Carvel and Clinker are methods of making what*boats
Cashmere comes from a(n) .....*goat
Cass elliot was part of which 'monday monday' group*mamas and papas
Cat stevens 'want's to try to love again but ______' *the first cut is the
Cat stevens sings 'i can't keep it in, i gotta ______'*let it out
Cat's _____ glows under a black-light*urine
Category: 50s: This European principality gained a princess in 1956.*monaco
Category: 50s: This flop car was introduced in the 50's.*edsel
Category: 50s: This was created by the treaty of Rome in 1957*european economic community
Category: 60s: 1964 release was the most successful Disney film to date.*mary poppins
Category: 60s: Discovered in 1967, pulsating radio sources in space are better known as this*pulsar
Category: 60s: First nation ever to resign from the united nations.*indonesia
Category: 60s: Theodore Maiman demonstrated this enlightening device for the first time in '60*laser
Category: 60s: This bridge, the largest suspension bridge in the US, was finished in 1964.*verrazano narrows
Category: 70s: Angola won its independence fromthem in 1975.*portugal
Category: 70s: Born "No Name Maddox", he committed the most sensational crime of the 70's.*charles manson
Category: 70s: Famous mother who won the nobel prize in 1979.*teresa
Category: 70s: He was court-martialed in 1971 for atrocities in Southeast Asia.*william calley
Category: 70s: In 1973 he became Los Angeles' first black mayor.*tom bradley
Category: 70s: In 1974, this became the world's tallest building.*sears tower
Category: 70s: The first american to walk on the moon in the 70's.*alan shepard
Category: 70s: This singer starred in Clams on the Half Shell Review.*bette midler
Category: 70s: This war hero quit the Israeli cabinet in 1979.*moshe dayan
Category: 70s: This world leader died in Cairo in 1970.*gamal abdel nasser
Category: 80s: G.D. Searle & Co put this brand sweetener on the market in 1983.*nutrasweet
Category: 80s: In 1983, Anne Burford left her position as administrator of this agency.*epa
Category: 80s: Shot dead at the airport in Manila, in 1983.*benigno aquino
Category: 80s: This leader dozed off in a 1984 speech, leading to speculation of his health*chernenko
Category: Books: Alice in Wonderland was created by him (pen name).*lewis carroll
Category: Books: Author of _In Cold Blood_.*truman capote
Category: Books: Camoes wrote in this language.*portuguese
Category: Books: He is the author of the trilogy _Once & Future King_.*t h white
Category: Books: His work was published in 1755 as the Dictionary of the English Language.*johnson
Category: Books: Jean Anouilh's play about Henry II's problem with the Archbishop of Canterbury.*becket
Category: Books: This author wrote the book _A Very Long Engagement_.*sebastian japrisot
Category: Books: This book by Richard Rhodes won the Pulitzer Prize*making of the atomic bomb
Category: Books: What little Marcella found in her grandmothers attic (by Johnny Gruelle).*raggedy ann
Category: Books: Wrote The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge.*castaneda
Category: Couples: Donnie & _____*marie
Category: Couples: Eleanor & ________*franklin
Category: Couples: Ferdinand and ________*isabella
Category: Couples: Miss Piggy and ______*kermit
Category: Couples: Prince Rainer and _____ _____*grace kelly
Category: Couples: Ricky Ricardo and ____*lucy
Category: Couples: Romeo and ______*juliet
Category: Couples: Samson & _______*delilah
Category: Couples: Sid (Vicious) & _____*nancy
Category: Couples: Victoria & ______*albert
Category: Devils Dictionary: A large red organ thoughtfully provided by nature to be bilious with*liver
Category: Devils Dictionary: A malevolent literary device for cramping the growth of a language*dictionary
Category: Devils Dictionary: Able to pick with equal skill a right-hand pocket or a left*ambidextrous
Category: Devils Dictionary: One who in a perilous emergency thinks with his legs*coward
Category: Devils Dictionary: The most acceptable hypocrisy*politeness
Category: Food: A food labelled "Florentine" is prepared with this.*spinach
Category: Food: Sweetbread is derived from this organ.*pancreas
Category: Food: The flop 1960's diet drink Minivitine was a spinoff of this drink mix.*ovaltine
Category: Food: The Queensland nut or bush nut is more commonly known as this.*macadamia
Category: Food: This cut of beef lies between tenderloin & rump.*sirloin
Category: Sci Fi: A swarm of these were always floating around the Artificial Kid's head.*cameras
Category: Sci Fi: Author of Lord Valentine's Castle.*robert silverberg
Category: Sci Fi: In 2061, Dr. Floyd's ship first lands on this object.*halleys comet
Category: Sci Fi: L. Ron Hubbard began writing this series but died before finishing.*mission earth
Category: Sci Fi: The mystical leaders of the invading force in Magician.*great ones
Category: "Computer Science" : That big square thing you're staring at right now is called a _______*monitor
Category: "Geography" : True Or False: The Easter Bunny is from Easter Island.*false
Category: "Geography" : True Or False: There are only virgins on the Virgin Islands.*false
Category: "History" : Those big black CD's that you see at garage sales that people call "albums" are made of _____.*vinyl
Category: "Literature" : What's Penthouse's sister publication for women*viva
Category: "Mathematics" : A U.S. dime is worth ___ cents.*10
Category: "Mathematics" : The square root of 1 is*1
Category: "Meteorology" : If the groundhog sees his shadow on Feb. 2, there will be how many more weeks of bad weather*six
Category: "Mucal invader, is there no end to you ______"*oozing
Category: 1980s GrabBag : Country that saw 32 of its citizens convicted of spying from 1981-88*united states
Category: 1980s GrabBag : He lost the 1977 NYC mayoral bid before taking successful aim at Albany*mario cuomo
Category: 1980s GrabBag : How many career gold medals did Carl Lewis sport after the Seoul Olympics *6
Category: 1980s GrabBag : The biggest selling single from Paul Simon's Graceland*you can call me al
Category: 1980s GrabBag : The youngest leader of the Soviet Union before Gorbachev*joseph stalin
Category: 1980s GrabBag : This country's President Zia ul-Haq was killed in a 1988 plane crash*pakistan
Category: 1980s GrabBag : What state gave birth to more than half of the 1980 US Olympic hockey team *minnesota
Category: 1980s GrabBag : Who NYC Mayor Ed Kock said Jews would be "crazy" to back for President in 88*jesse jackson
Category: 1980s GrabBag: C. American strongman who appeared on a Time cover entitled "The Drug Thugs"*general manuel noriega
Category: 1980s GrabBag: First shortstop since Carew to lead all-star voting 2 years in a row*ozzie smith
Category: 1980s GrabBag: He was the first tennis player exceed $10 million in career earnings*ivan lendl
Category: 1980s GrabBag: How many dollars was Bernhard Goetz asked for on his fateful subway ride*5
Category: 1980s GrabBag: The last team Tom Seaver tried to pitch for*new york mets
Category: 1980s GrabBag: Tom Brokaw and this network anchor made their debuts in 1983*peter jennings
Category: 1993 The Year: $20 billion of financial aid went to this nation.*russia
Category: 1993 The Year: China released this dissident, famous for Tiannaem Square massacre activity.*wang dan
Category: 1993 The Year: Crown Prince Naruhito married her.*masako owada
Category: 1993 The Year: She became the second woman Supreme Court Justice*ruth bader ginsburg
Category: 1993 The Year: The compound of this sect was under siege in Waco, Texas.*branch davidians
Category: 1993 The Year: This Algerian broke the 8-year old world record for the mile.*yabes ondieki
Category: 1993 The Year: This city won the bid for the 2000 Summer Olympics.*sydney
Category: 1993 The Year: This college campus in DC was the first one President Clinton visited*american university
Category: 1993 The Year: This man became South Korea's first civilian leader.*kim young sam
Category: 1993 The Year: This territory held a referendum where residents chose not to pursue statehood.*puerto rico
Category: 1993 The Year: This world leader visited Denver, Colorado for World Youth Day.*john paul ii
Category: 1997 Great Events: Stock markets on this continent plunged in October.*asia
Category: 1997 Great Events: The Cassini space probe carried this dangerous substance.*plutonium
Category: 19th Cent Art: "Death of Marat" and "Oath of the Horatii", two of his better known works*jacques-louis david
Category: 19th Cent Art: "The Burning of the House of Lords and Commons" was done by this Englishman*william turner
Category: 19th Cent Art: American painter who painted "Death of General Wolfe"*benjamin west
Category: 19th Cent Art: Color of ceiling in Van Gogh's "Night Cafe"*green
Category: 19th Cent Art: French Impressionist who did "The Luncheon of the Boating Party", 1881*pierre-auguste renoir
Category: 19th Cent Art: French lithographer chronicled repressive French government in mid 1800s*honore daumier
Category: 19th Cent Art: French painter who did "Napoleon in the Pesthouse at Jaffa"*antoine-jean gros
Category: 19th Cent Art: German artist who did "The Hulsenbeck Children"*philipp otto runge
Category: 19th Cent Art: He was symbolized by Rodin in "The Thinker"*dante
Category: 19th Cent Art: His notorious painting, "The Picnic", was rejected by the Salon of 1863*edouard manet
Category: 19th Cent Art: In 1885 he did "The Potato Eaters"*vincent van gogh
Category: 19th Cent Art: Known for his rendering of ballet dancers*edgar degas
Category: 19th Cent Art: Sculptor did "George Washington", "Admiral of Tourville", "Voltaire Seated"*jean-antoine houdon
Category: 19th Cent Art: Sculptor's "George Washington", 1841, was too "god-like" for Americans*horatio greenough
Category: 19th Cent Art: The two prominent subjects in Sir Edwin Landseer's "Man Proposes, God Disposes"*polar bear
Category: 50s Authors: A Death in the FamilyXX: A Death in the Family*james agee
Category: 50s Authors: Across the River and into the Trees*hemingway
Category: 50s Authors: Andersonville*mackinlay kantor
Category: 50s Authors: Atlas Shrugged*ayn rand
Category: 50s Authors: By Love Possessed*james gould couzzens
Category: 50s Authors: From Here to Eternity*james jones
Category: 50s Authors: On the Road*jack kerouac
Category: 50s Authors: Sieze the Day*saul bellow
Category: 50s Authors: The Caine Mutiny*herman wouk
Category: 50s Authors: The Last Hurrah*edwin oconner
Category: 50s Authors: The Mandarians*simone debeauvoir
Category: 50s: Born in 1959, she was the actress possessed by the Devil in The Exorcist.*blair
Category: 50s: King Talal of this country was ousted, due to insanity, by his son Hussein.*jordan
Category: 50s: Russian author who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1958*boris pasternak
Category: 50s: This many presidents were elected during the fifties.*one
Category: 50s: This nation was divided at the 17th parallel in 1954*vietnam
Category: 50s: William Goldings 1955 novel about boys stranded on an island*lord of the flies
Category: 60s Authors: Goodbye, Columbus*phillip roth
Category: 60s Authors: Night*elie wiesel
Category: 60s Authors: Rabbit, Run*john updike
Category: 60s Authors: Slaughterhouse-Five*kurt vonnegut
Category: 60s Authors: The Painted Bird*jerzy kosinski
Category: 60s: He was the first president born in the 20th century.*kennedy
Category: 60s: John Young and him were the first astronauts to fly the two-occupant Gemini.*gus grissom
Category: 60s: Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in this city.*memphis
Category: 60s: This remote area was crossed on foot for the first time in 1968-1969.*north pole
Category: 70s Authors: A Book of Common Prayer*joan didion
Category: 70s Authors: Born on the Fourth of July*ron kovic
Category: 70s Authors: Deliverance*james dickey
Category: 70s Authors: Falconer*john cheever
Category: 70s Authors: Far Tortuga*peter matthiessen
Category: 70s Authors: India: A Wounded Civilization*v. s. naipaul
Category: 70s Authors: JR*william gaddis
Category: 70s Authors: Losing Battles*eudora welty
Category: 70s Authors: One Hundred Years of Solitude*gabriel garcia marquez
Category: 70s Authors: Orsinian Tales*ursula leguin
Category: 70s Authors: Rabbit Redux*john updike
Category: 70s Authors: Ragtime*e. l. doctorow
Category: 70s Authors: Roots*alex haley jr
Category: 70s Authors: Something Happened*joseph heller
Category: 70s Authors: The Friends of Eddie Coyle*george v. higgins
Category: 70s Authors: The Hot Rock*donald e. westlake
Category: 70s Authors: The Summer before the Dark*doris lessing
Category: 70s Authors: The Uses of Enchantment*bruno bettleheim
Category: 70s: Became the capital of the reunited North and South Vietnam.*hanoi
Category: 70s: Oregans Trojan was the most powerful one of these in this decade.*nuclear plant
Category: 70s: Russian dancer who defected in 1974.*mikhail baryshnikov
Category: 70s: This famous Idaho dam went to pieces in 1976.*teton river dam
Category: 70s: This nation tried the "Gang of Four"*china
Category: Ad Jingles: Ask any mermaid you happen to see, what's the best tuna*chicken of the sea
Category: Ad Jingles: If you were this type of weiner, everyone would be in love with you.*oscar mayer
Category: Ad Jingles: Look for this label when you're buying a coat, dress, or blouse.*union
Category: Ad Jingles: There's something about a man who wears this after shave.*aqua velva
Category: Ad Jingles: They make the very best chocolate.*nestle
Category: Ad Slogans: "Just for the taste of it"*diet coke
Category: Ad Slogans: "The Beef People"*winn dixie
Category: Ad Slogans: "The best part of wakin' up, is _______ in your cup"*folgers
Category: Ad Slogans: "The coppertop"*duracell
Category: Ad Slogans: "The stain lifter*all
Category: Ad Slogans: "You will"*att
Category: Ad Slogans: "You'll love the way we fly"*delta airlines
Category: Ad Slogans: "Your way, right away"*burger king
Category: Ads: "Your baby's comfort" begins with this.*luvs
Category: Ads: 99.44% pure.*ivory
Category: Ads: A peach looks cute / with all its fuzz. / A man's no peach / and never was.*burma shave
Category: Ads: Get a piece of the Rock.*prudential
Category: Ads: My bologna has a first name.*oscar mayer
Category: Ads: Patricia Neal recommends this to people who want to fight pain and win.*anacin
Category: Ads: This is Dr. Scholl's first name.*william
Category: Ads: This product is named for its chief component, muriate of berberine.*murine
Category: Ads: This toilet tissue claims to be as soft as cotton.*cottonelle
Category: Ads: What company's mascot is Elsie the Cow*borden
Category: Ads: Whatever it is I think I see / Becomes a ------- ---- to me.*tootsie roll
Category: Ads: You deserve a break today.*mcdonalds
Category: Ads: You're not fully clean until you're ----fully clean.*zest
Category: Advertising: According to Nintendo, the capital of Ohio is this.*mario
Category: Advertising: Bing Crosby advertised this product.*minute maid
Category: Advertising: Distinctive quality about Mr. Clean's head.*bald
Category: Advertising: IBM stands for this.*international business machines
Category: Advertising: In the 1930's he promised to make you a new man using 'Dynamic Tension.'*atlas
Category: Advertising: It is not 100% pure soap, but 99 44/100% pure.*ivory
Category: Advertising: Jhirmack hair products were advertised by this beauty.*victoria principal
Category: Advertising: This company paid millions to the Jacksons for representation.*pepsi
Category: Advertising: You are advised never to leave home without this.*american express
Category: Alcohol: According to the Old Testament, he planted the first vineyard*noah
Category: Alcohol: An illegal 1920s saloon*speakeasy
Category: Alcohol: Anise flavored Greek liqueur*ouzo
Category: Alcohol: Egyptian god credited with first making beer*osiris
Category: Alcohol: French cup of coffee flavored with apple brandy*cafe calvados
Category: Alcohol: Japanese rice wine*sake
Category: Alcohol: Liquor whose name is derived from uisge beath, Gaelic for aqua vitae*whisky
Category: Alcohol: Liver disease caused by alcoholism*cirrhosis
Category: Alcohol: Mead is made from this*honey
Category: Alcohol: Medieval monks invented this stopper, necessary for champagne*cork
Category: Alcohol: Monastic order that established the California wine industry*franciscan
Category: Alcohol: National drink of Peru*pisco
Category: Alcohol: Polish plum brandy*slivovitz
Category: Alcohol: Puritan preacher who said "Wine is from God, the drunkard is from the Devil"*increase mather
Category: Alcohol: The cultivation of grapes*viticulture
Category: Alcohol: The German New Year's carnival*fasching
Category: Alcohol: The traditional Sweedish drink*aquavit
Category: Alternative Art: _Calvin and Hobbes_ artist.*bill watterson
Category: Alternative Art: A dark style of futuristic art, gun- and death-laden.*heavy metal
Category: Alternative Art: Dinotopia's illustrator.*james gurney
Category: Alternative Art: Playing cards in which the pips are part of an art design are called this.*transformation cards
Category: Alternative Art: She is famous for her airbrushed woman-animal art.*olivia
Category: Alternative Music: Finish this song title: 'Heaven or ___ _____'*las vegas
Category: Alternative Music: Name the band whose debut album is titled 'Suck on This'.*primus
Category: Alternative Music: What video can Angelo of Fishbone be seen in with the Mighty Mighty Bosstones?*simmer down
Category: American Authors: Among his short stories are "The Open Boat" and "The Blue Hotel":*stephen crane
Category: American Authors: He wrote "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" and "The Devil's Dictionary"*ambrose bierce
Category: American Authors: Once wrote that every modern American novel is derived from "Huckleberry Finn"*ernest hemingway
Category: American Authors: This Canadian-born author wrote "The Handmaid's Tale" and "Rape Fantasies"*margaret atwood
Category: American Authors: This New Jersey-born author/journalist wrote "The Armies of the Night"*norman mailer
Category: American Beers - State: Abita:*louisiana
Category: American Beers - State: Blue Hen:*delaware
Category: American Beers - State: Icehouse:*wisconsin
Category: American Beers - State: Oldenberg:*kentucky
Category: American Beers - State: Yuengling:*pennsylvania
Category: American Beers: Crazy Horse:*wisconsin
Category: American Beers: Icehouse:*wisconsin
Category: American Beers: Oldenberg:*kentucky
Category: American Beers: Pete's Wicked Ale:*minnesota
Category: American Beers: Portsmouth Black Cat Stout:*new hampshire
Category: American Cartoonists: Cartoon created by Dale Messick*brenda starr
Category: American Cartoonists: Cartoon created by Ernie Bushmiller*nancy
Category: American Cartoonists: Cartoon created by Hank Ketcham*dennis the menace
Category: American Cartoonists: Cartoon created by Lynn Johnston*for better or for worse
Category: American Cartoonists: Cartoon created by Russell Myers*broom hilda
Category: Americanisms : Britains say 'tarmac'; Americans say ________.*runway
Category: Analogies: Anson MacDonald : Stranger in a Strange Land :: Edith Van Dyne : <blank>*the wizard of oz
Category: Analogies: enter : immigrate :: leave : <blank>*emigrate
Category: Analogies: Gaul : France :: Aragon : <blank>*spain
Category: Analogies: Park Place : Park Lane :: Boardwalk : <blank>*mayfair
Category: Analogies: penniless : Baroque :: supplemental teacher : <blank>*tudor
Category: Anatomy : Your ____ holds your head to your shoulders.*neck
Category: Anime: What city does _Evangelion_ take place in*tokyo 3
Category: Anime: What is the name of the male lead in _Vision of Escaflowne_*van fanel
Category: Anime: What is the name of the most recent Tenchi Muyo series*shin tenchi muyo
Category: Anime: What is the thing that Miaka from _Fushigi Yuugi_ always enjoys doing*eating
Category: Anime: Who composed the majority of the music featured in _Vision of Escaflowne_*yoko kanno
Category: Artists Hometowns: Firehose*san pedro
Category: Artists Hometowns: Mudhoney*seattle
Category: Artists Hometowns: Parliament*detroit
Category: Artists Hometowns: Steve Miller*madison
Category: Artists Hometowns: The Spinanes*portland
Category: Artists: "A beautiful bunch of ripe bananas"*harry belafonte
Category: Artists: "Gris-gris gumbo Ya-ya"*dr. john
Category: Artists: "I've been putting out fire with gasoline"*david bowie
Category: Artists: "Rainbows are visions, but only illusions"*kermit
Category: Artists: There ought to be a law, with no bail, smash a guitar and you go to jail"*john hiatt
Category: Arts : In what field of study would you find "flying buttresses"*architecture
Category: Arts : The study of building design is ________.*architecture
Category: Arts : This statue was found on the Greek island of Melos in 1820.*venus de milo
Category: Arts : Three main types of Greek columns are Doric, Ionic, and __________.*corinthian
Category: Arts : What Dutch master painted 64 self-portraits*rembrandt
Category: Arts : Where is the Louvre located*paris
Category: Arts : Who painted the Mona Lisa*leonardo da vinci
Category: Asimov Anthony: "The Game" involved a matrix of what size*4x4
Category: Asimov Anthony: In the Xanth series, what is our world called*mundania
Category: Asimov Anthony: To date there are __ Xanth novels.*18
Category: Asimov Anthony: Which drunk driver victim did Anthony incorporate into Xanth*jenny
Category: Asimov Anthony: Which of Humfrey's wives was a demoness*dana
Category: Astrology : Our galaxy is commonly known called _________.*milky way
Category: Astrology : What is the only sign in the zodiac which doesn't represent a living thing*libra
Category: Astrology : Which month has a diamond as a birthstone*april
Category: Astronomy : A heavenly body moving under the attraction of the Sun and consisting of a nucleus and a tail is a(n) _______.*comet
Category: Astronomy : Does Uranus have an aurora*yes
Category: Astronomy : From 1979 until 2000 the most distant planet from the earth was ________.*neptune
Category: Astronomy : If you're in the northern hemisphere, Polaris, the North Star, can be found by looking which direction*north
Category: Astronomy : Name the largest planet in the solar system.*jupiter
Category: Astronomy : Name the second-largest planet in the solar system.*saturn
Category: Astronomy : The Big Dipper is part of what constellation*ursa major
Category: Astronomy : The fourth planet from the sun is _______.*mars
Category: Astronomy : The name for the group of stars which form a hunter with a club and shield is ________.*orion
Category: Astronomy : The North Star is also known as ________.*polaris
Category: Astronomy : The planet closest to the sun is _________.*mercury
Category: Astronomy : The spiral galaxy nearest ours is the ________.*andromeda
Category: Astronomy : The tides on the earth's oceans are actually created by gravitational pull from the ____*moon
Category: Astronomy : There are _ planets in this solar system.*9
Category: Astronomy : This cluster of stars is also known as the Seven Sisters.*pleiades
Category: Astronomy : This comet appears every 76.3 years.*halley
Category: Astronomy : This planet's diameter is most equal to that of the earth's.*venus
Category: Astronomy : What does "Ursa Major" mean in everyday English*big bear
Category: Astronomy : What is the name for a group of stars*constellation
Category: Astronomy : What is the name for the theoretical end-product of the gravitational collapse of a massive star*black hole
Category: Astronomy : What is the name used to describe the "minor planets"*asteroid
Category: Astronomy : What is the ocean of air around the earth called*atmosphere
Category: Astronomy : What is the proper name for falling stars*meteors
Category: Astronomy : What is the term for the path followed by a body in space*orbit
Category: Astronomy : What phenomenon is caused by the gravitational attraction of the moon*tide
Category: Astronomy : What planet boasts the Great Red Spot*jupiter
Category: Author : "A Raisin in the Sun"*hansberry
Category: Author : "Catch 22"*joseph heller
Category: Author : "Mein Kampf"*adolf hitler
Category: Author : "Of Human Bondage"*summerset maugham
Category: Author : Thanatopsis"*bryant
Category: Author awarded in Dec. 1993 the Premio Cervantes*miguel delibes
Category: Author of "Letters from the House of the Dead"*dostoevsky
Category: Author of "Papillion"*charriere
Category: Author of "The Kiss of a Spider Woman"*puig
Category: Author of "The Man in the High Castle"*phillip k. dick
Category: Author: A Study in Scarlet*sir arthur conan doyle
Category: Author: A Swiftly Tilting Planet, A Wind In The Door*lengle
Category: Author: Anatomy of a Murder*robert traver
Category: Author: Arrowsmith*sinclair lewis
Category: Author: Broca's Brain*carl sagan
Category: Author: Buffalo Girls*larry mcmurtry
Category: Author: Catch-22, No Laughing Matter, God Knows*joseph heller
Category: Author: Darkness at Noon*arthur koestler
Category: Author: Deadly Rich, Ballerina, The Privileged Lives*stewart
Category: Author: Diplomacy*henry kissinger
Category: Author: Dragonsdawn*anne mccaffrey
Category: Author: Gift of the Magi*o. henry
Category: Author: How To Win Friends and Influence People*dale carnegie
Category: Author: I Robot*isaac asimov
Category: Author: In Cold Blood*truman capote
Category: Author: Intruder In The Dust, A Rose For Emily*faulkner
Category: Author: Maine, The Beans Of Egypt*chute
Category: Author: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest*kesey
Category: Author: Presumed Innocent*scott turow
Category: Author: Steppe, Juxtaposition, Fractal Mode*piers anthony
Category: Author: Tekwar*william shatner
Category: Author: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People*stephen covey
Category: Author: The Great And Secret Show, Weaveworld, Imajica*barker
Category: Author: The Lords of Discipline*pat conroy
Category: Author: The Ninja, The Miko, The Jian, Angel Eyes*lustbader
Category: Author: The Puppet Masters*robert heinlein
Category: Author: The Satanic Verses*rushdie
Category: Author: The Sword Of Shannara, Magic Kingdom For Sale -- Sold*terry brooks
Category: Author: The Turn Of The Screw*james
Category: Author: The Twits*roald dahl
Category: Author: The Wizard Of Earthsea*ursula leguin
Category: Author: Two Years Before the Mast*richard henry dana
Category: Author: War and Remembrance*herman wouk
Category: Author: Working*studs terkel
Category: Authors: Exit Earth*caidin
Category: Authors: Exodus*uris
Category: Authors: Last of the Mohicans*cooper
Category: Authors: Red Storm Rising*clancy
Category: Authors: The Prince of Tides*conroy
Category: Barbie Dolls: Barbie is actually derived from this German doll, intended as a sexual gag*lilli
Category: Barbie Dolls: Barbie model with changable hair color*color magic
Category: Barbie Dolls: Barbie's "MOD'ern" cousin*francie
Category: Barbie Dolls: Barbie's English friend*stacey
Category: Barbie Dolls: Complete the Barbie outfit name : Gay ______*parisienne
Category: Barbie Dolls: Complete the Barbie outfit name : Senior ______*prom
Category: Barbie Dolls: Complete the Barbie outfit name : Sorority ______*tea
Category: Barbie Dolls: Ken's black friend*brad
Category: Barbie Dolls: What Ken wears when he visits Germany*lederhosen
Category: Barbie Dolls: Where Barbie goes skiing*sun valley
Category: Barbie: Barbie variety with suntanned skin*malibu
Category: Barbie: Barbie's "MOD'ern" cousin*francie
Category: Barbie: Barbie's black friend*christie
Category: Barbie: Barbie's English friend*stacey
Category: Barbie: Barbie's tiny twinned brother*todd
Category: Barbie: Complete the Barbie outfit name : Here Comes The -----*bride
Category: Barbie: Ken's black friend*brad
Category: Barbie: Ken's buddy*allan
Category: Barbie: Model of car Barbie drives*corvette
Category: Barbie: What Barbie wears when she visits Japan*kimono
Category: Barbie: What year did Barbie make her debut*the jets
Category: Be Prepared: Large, regional division of the BSA. Analogous to the OA's lodge.*council
Category: Be Prepared: Points 4-6 of the ScoutLaw.*friendly courteous kind
Category: Be Prepared: The top adult leader of a Boy Scout troop is given this title.*scoutmaster
Category: Be Prepared: What is Explorer Scouting's equivalent of the Troop?*post
Category: Be Prepared: What is the only Cub Scout/Webelos award that may be kept as a Boy Scout?*arrow of light
Category: Beer: Beers made with top fermenting yeasts, usually at warmer temperatures.*ale
Category: Beer: Belgian monks at places like Chimay and Orval brew beers given this moniker.*trappist
Category: Beer: Biweekly IRC beer tastings, at 10pm Eastern Time, are on this channel.*#tasting
Category: Beer: Brand that makes a cameo appearance in Das Boot?*becks
Category: Beer: Breweries that produce less than 15,000 barrels per year are called ...*microbreweries
Category: Beer: Common ending for the names of German Doppelbocks?*ator
Category: Beer: German variety of noble hops that Jim Koch whines about on the radio.*hallertau mittelfrueh
Category: Beer: Home country of Sam Miguel beer?*philippines
Category: Beer: In many backward states, stronger beers must use this useless term instead.*malt liquor
Category: Beer: Standard unit of bitterness. Defined as 1 part per million isohumolone.*international bittering unit
Category: Beer: Swiss beer bottled each year on December 6th and sold the following year.*samichlaus
Category: Beer: Term used for the strongest ales (not lagers).*barleywine
Category: Beer: The art or science of brewing beer. Also the name of a homebrew magazine.*zymurgy
Category: Beer: The brewery in derge's hometown, Frederick, Maryland, brews under this label.*blue ridge brewery
Category: Beer: The German term Weizen refers to beers made with this ingredient.*wheat
Category: Beer: The process of extracting sugar from malt by soaking in water.*mashing
Category: Beer: The Sierra Nevada Brewery makes this city "Mecca" to many beer enthusiasts.*chico california
Category: Beer: Thiz tazetless zwill is zomething different all right, but itz not beer.*zima
Category: Beer: What brand used to "Love to party"?*lone star
Category: Beer: What country is home to the real Budweiser? Not the USA.*czechen republic
Category: Beer: Which is higher, percent alcohol by weight or by volume?*by volume
Category: Bestsellers: According to Erma Bombeck, this is the second oldest profession*motherhood
Category: Bestsellers: Alexander Ripley's sequal to Gone With the Wind*scarlett
Category: Bestsellers: All I Really Need To Know I Learned in ____________*kindergarten
Category: Bestsellers: Arthur Hailey's novel of the auto industry*wheels
Category: Bestsellers: Donald Trump's books all start with this word*trump
Category: Bestsellers: In Cosmos this astronomer expounds upon billions and billions of years*carl sagan
Category: Bestsellers: John Naisbitt's 10 letter book of 10 year trends*megatrends
Category: Bestsellers: Lake Wobegon is located in this state*minnesota
Category: Bestsellers: Marin Cruz Smith's first mystery took place in this Moscow park*gorky park
Category: Bestsellers: Millie's book was barked to her*barbara bush
Category: Bestsellers: Noble House can be found in this British colony*hong kong
Category: Bestsellers: Reminiscences, the longest one word title, was written by this general*douglas macarthur
Category: Bestsellers: Roots begins when he comes to America as a slave*kunta kinte
Category: Bestsellers: The Ayatollah Khomeni put a $1 million bounty on his head*salman rushdie
Category: Bestsellers: The first horror novel to reach the top, it became a Linda Blair movie*the exorcist
Category: Bestsellers: The job in Men at Work*baseball
Category: Bestsellers: The Parsifal ______ by Ludlum*mosaic
Category: Bestsellers: The sequal to Love Story*olivers story
Category: Bestsellers: The shortest bestselling title, by either Hepburn or King*me
Category: Bestsellers: The Thorn Birds takes place in this country*australia
Category: Bestsellers: Trinity takes place in this country*ireland
Category: Bet you don't know ;-) : The two sexes of humans are male and ______*female
Category: Biblical Character: Apostle who replaced Judas*matthias
Category: Biblical Character: Father-in-law of Moses*jethro
Category: Biblical Character: High priest of Israel when Samuel was born*eli
Category: Biblical Character: Married Ruth after she followed her mother-in-law into Israel*boaz
Category: Biblical Character: Mother of John the Baptist*elizabeth
Category: Biblical Character: Non-Jew known to have written part of the New Testament*luke
Category: Biblical Character: Paul asked him to forgive his runaway slave*philemon
Category: Biblical Character: The only explorer than Joshua who was allowed into the promised land*caleb
Category: Biblical Character: Told Peter about Jesus*andrew
Category: Biochemistry : This poisonous, oily liquid occurs in tobacco leaves.*nicotine
Category: Biochemistry : This protein makes the blood red in color.*hemoglobin
Category: Biology : Every human has one of these on their tummies.*navel
Category: Biology : How many large holes are in your head*7
Category: Biology : This complex substance makes up all living things.*protoplasm
Category: Biology : What is normal body temperature for an adult human*98f
Category: Bloom County: Name of the groundhog*portnoy
Category: Bloom County: The author's name which is more putrid than Yaz Pistachio (first and last)*berkely breathed
Category: Bloom County: What is Oliver's full name (3 words)*oliver wendell jones
Category: Bloom County: Who was always being tormented by his anxiety closet*binkley
Category: Bloom County: Who's brain gets transplated into Bill's skull*donald trump
Category: Books for the Bored: In which series of books would you find the fortress of Salamandastron *redwall
Category: Books for the Bored: What sort of creature was Tarka*otter
Category: Books for the Bored: What was Dorothy's dog called in _the Wizard of Oz_ *toto
Category: Books for the Bored: Where did Mr Badger live in _The Wind in the Willows_ *the wild wood
Category: Books for the Bored: Where does the action of _Lorna Doone_ take place*exmoor
Category: Books for the Bored: Which creatures lived in Arnold Bros (est. 1905)*nomes
Category: Books for the Bored: Which Dickens novel takes place during the French Revolution*a tale of two cities
Category: Books for the Bored: Which Rosemary Sutcliffe novel concerned a Roman legion *the scarlet pimpernel
Category: Books for the Bored: Who maintained law and order in Noddy's Toyland*mr. plod
Category: Books for the Bored: Who wrote _The Call of the Wild_ *jack london
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: A Prayer for Owen Meany*irving
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Daisy Miller*james
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Daisy Miller?*henry james
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah?*richard bach
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Last of the Mohicans?*james fenimore cooper
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles*andrews
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Men to Match My Mountains?*irving stone
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Picture of Dorian Gray?*oscar wilde
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Rabbit Redux*updike
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: The Diary of Adam and Eve (short story)?*mark twain
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: The Gunslinger?*stephen king
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: The Mouse That Roared*leonard wibberley
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: The Name of the Rose?*umberto eco
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: The Secret Sharer?*joseph conrad
Category: Books for the Hip Reader: Where the Sidewalk Ends?*shel silverstein
Category: Books: Author of "Falconer"*cheever
Category: Books: Author of One Police Plaza, 1984 best-seller.*caunitz
Category: Books: Before he won over countess Lyndon, what was Barry Lyndon's name?*redmond barry
Category: Books: Brothers who founded the "Guinesss Book of World Records". (last name)*mcwhirter
Category: Books: Crusoe met his future servant & companion on this day of the week*friday
Category: Books: Dick Gregory called his autobiography this derogatory slang word*nigger
Category: Books: Empedocles, Socrates, Isocrates, Lucion are of this nationality.*greek
Category: Books: He created Tarzan of the Apes.*burroughs
Category: Books: Last name of the Jacob and Wilhelm brothers.*grimm
Category: Books: Little boys are made of frogs, ------, and puppy-dogs tails.*snails
Category: Books: Little girls are made of sugar, spice, and ---------- ----.*everything nice
Category: Books: Men Against the Sea was part two of this trilogy.*bounty
Category: Books: Name of Edith Wharton's heroine in The House of Mirth.*bart
Category: Books: P.L. Travers's most famous literary creation (first and last name).*mary poppins
Category: Books: Sequel to Steinbeck's Sweet Thursday.*cannery row
Category: Books: The author of "Heidi".*johanna spyri
Category: Books: The Devil promised 24 years of happiness to this doctor in Marlowe's play*faustus
Category: Books: The wolf impersonated her in Little Red Riding Hood.*grandmother
Category: Books: This author wrote about the fictional 'march girls'*louisa alcott
Category: Books: This event prompted Mailer to write The Naked and the Dead.*pearl harbor
Category: Books: This novel inspired the TV series "The Six Million Dollar Man"*cyborg
Category: Books: Wieland, Herder, Lesoing, Schilling are from this country.*germany
Category: Booze Grabbag: A.K.A juniper juice?*gin
Category: Booze Grabbag: Almond liqueur that comes from the Italian for "bitter", not "love"*amaretto
Category: Booze Grabbag: Australian city home of Castlemaine XXXX Export Lager*brisbane
Category: Booze Grabbag: Company that brews Michelob beer*anheuser-busch
Category: Booze Grabbag: Company that was purveyor of Vodka to the Imperial Russian Court (1886-1917)*smirnoff
Category: Booze Grabbag: Hazelnut liqueur named for the mysterious monk that made it 300 years ago*frangelico
Category: Booze Grabbag: Legend says bats lived in the rum distillery and one of them is on the label.*bacardi
Category: Booze Grabbag: Sapporo is brewed in this country.*japan
Category: Booze Grabbag: Spice that a bartender would dust your Brandy Flip with*nutmeg
Category: Booze Grabbag: The geometric shape found on the Bass Pale Ale bottle*triangle
Category: Booze Grabbag: The two ingredients of a Black Velvet are stout and *champagne
Category: Booze Grabbag: This liquor brand accents a Scarlet O' Hara or a Rhett Butler*southern comfort
Category: Booze Grabbag: What "secco" means on a bottle of Italian wine*dry
Category: Booze Grabbag: What bottles of Chianti are traditionally covered with*straw
Category: Booze Grabbag: What color is a Remy Martin bottle*green
Category: Booze Grabbag: What the V.O. in Seagrams V.O. stands for?*very old
Category: Booze Grabbag: Zima iz made in thiz United Statez city.*memphis
Category: Booze Names: 1 1/2 oz. light rum, 1 lime, powdered sugar, fruit juice, blend w/crushed ice*daiquiri
Category: Booze Names: 1 ounce of light rum and the juice of 1/2 lime, top with cola.*cuba libre
Category: Booze Names: 1 oz. gin and 1 oz. orange juice.*orange blossom
Category: Booze Names: 1 oz. gin, 1/2 oz. dry vermouth, 1/2 oz. sweet vermouth, 1/2 oz. orange juice*bronx cocktail
Category: Booze Names: 1/2 oz. light rum, 1/2 oz. dark rum, 1 oz. orange, lime, pineapple juice*pina colada
Category: Booze Names: 2 oz. gin, juice of 1/2 lemon, 1 tsp sugar, pour over ice cubes.*tom collins
Category: Booze Names: 2 oz. gin, juice of 1/2 lemon, 1 tsp sugar, top with soda water.*gin fizz
Category: Booze Names: A manhattan, but with scotch whiskey.*rob roy
Category: Booze Names: Vodka, consomme, lemon, tabasco sauce, salt, pepper, celery salt.*bullshot
Category: Booze Names: Vodka, tomato juice, lemon, tabasco sauce, salt, pepper, celery salt.*bloody mary
Category: Botany : The practice of joining the parts of two plants to make them grow as one is called ________.*grafting
Category: Botany : These flowerless plants grow on bare rocks and tree stumps.*lichen
Category: Botany : This fruit has its seeds on the outside.*strawberry
Category: Botany : This term means 'cone-bearing trees'.*conifers
Category: Botany : What fruit is "Citrus grandis"*grapefruit
Category: Breathing Lessons_*anne tyler
Category: British Monarchs: Queen Victoria was born in this year.*1819
Category: Bursery Rhymes : Jack and Jill went up a ____ to fetch a pail of water*hill
Category: Callendar : How many days where there in 1976*366
Category: Canadianisms: Finish the quote: "The Mounties always ."*get their man
Category: Canadianisms: Popular term for RCMP officers.*mounties
Category: Canadianisms: Popular term for the Liberal Party.*grits
Category: Canadianisms: Proper term for "Eskimo."*inuit
Category: Canadianisms: RCMP stands for...*royal canadian mounted police
Category: Candy: Candy bar named for a celestial object.*milky way
Category: Candy: Candy bar promoted by Bart Simpson.*butterfingers
Category: Candy: Candy named for Mars and Murrie, the company's founders.*mms
Category: Candy: Cinnamon flavored candies with a Mexican theme.*hot tamales
Category: Candy: Fruit flavored candy pieces made with ju-ju gum.*jujubes
Category: Candy: Largest single user of almonds in North America.*hershey
Category: Candy: Marble sized, vanilla flavored, chewy caramels covered with milk choclate.*milk duds
Category: Candy: Milk chocolate covered peanuts.*goobers
Category: Candy: Swiss manufacturer of the Crunch bar.*nestle
Category: Candy: This bar first appeared in oats'n honey, cinammon, and coconut flavors.*granola
Category: Cars: "The Death Car of Sarajevo", killed 15 people over 12 years, including him.*archduke ferdinand
Category: Cars: 1938 marked the introduction of this Volkswagen car.*beetle
Category: Cars: Combine a Van & a Car & you get this word.*caravan
Category: Cars: Name of Honda's variable valve timing system.*vtec
Category: Cars: Ransom Eli Olds started this company in 1897.*oldsmobile
Category: Cars: Sister car of the Nissan Quest.*mercury villager
Category: Cars: The Chrysler Concorde, Dodge Intrepid, and Eagle Vision are known as...*lh sedans
Category: Cars: The first auto accident on record occurred in this city.*new york
Category: Cars: The first car with a non-U.S. nameplate to be classified as U.S. domestic.*mazda mx-6
Category: Cars: The first double-decker bus was introduced in this city.*london
Category: Cars: The first power steering was in this car.*mercedes-benz
Category: Cars: The first president to ride in an auto; he didn't care for it much.*theodore roosevelt
Category: Cars: The most expensive car produced by the Chrysler Corporation.*dodge viper
Category: Cars: The original name for this Pontiac car was the Banshee, for its mythicality.*firebird
Category: Cars: The Stutz-Bearcat is this type of car.*sports
Category: Cars: Volvo's chairman resigned in 1993 in protest of a merger with this automaker.*renault
Category: Cartoon Sidekicks: Buttons*mindy
Category: Cartoon Sidekicks: Hagar the Horrible*lucky eddie
Category: Cartoon Sidekicks: Slappy Squirrel*skippy squirrel
Category: Cartoon Sidekicks: Snoopy*woodstock
Category: Cartoon Sidekicks: Snow White (watch the spelling)*the seven dwarfs
Category: Cartoon Trivia : An adventurous penguin named Tennessee Tuxedo had a sidekick named _______*chumley
Category: Cartoon Trivia : An alien creature in a funny hat has opposed both Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. Where is he from*mars
Category: Cartoon Trivia : An Andy Panda cartoon gave birth to a famous, cantankerous bird. Name him.*woody woodpecker
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Before Olive Oil met Popeye she was engaged to someone. Who was he*ham gravyzzcomment: olive oyl was wrong, jono82 said
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Benny and Cecil were at odds with whom*john
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Bugs always finds himself at the wrong end of a gun, usually toted by either Elmer Fudd or who*yosemite sam
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Casper the Friendly Ghost frolicked with which witch*wendy
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Charles Boyer inspired a cartoon skunk. Who*pepe le pew
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Famous Phrases: Who knows The ______.*shadow
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Gadzookie has a large, green friend. Who is he*godzilla
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Hanna-Barbera rose to fame by creating what duo for MGM*tom and jerry
Category: Cartoon Trivia : How does Wonder Woman control her invisible airplane* mental powers
Category: Cartoon Trivia : In the cartoons who was Hokie Wolf's sidekick*ding
Category: Cartoon Trivia : In what city does Fat Albert live*philadelphia
Category: Cartoon Trivia : In what year did both Peanuts and Beetle Bailey first appear*1950
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Mentor of Titan had two children in the Marvel comics, Thanos and ____*ero
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Miss Buckley is secretary to what commanding officer*general halftrack
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Alley Oop's girl friend*oola
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Alvin & Simon's brother was ________*theo
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Cathy's on again/off again boy friend*irving
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Dennis the Menace's next door neighbors.*mr and mrs wilson
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Donald Duck's girlfriend*daisy
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Hagar the Horrible's dog.*snert
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name Li'l Abner's favorite Indian drink.*kickapoo joy juice
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name the apartments the Jetson's live in.*the skypad apartments
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name the dog in the Yankee Doodle cartoons.*chopper
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name the European hit, now an animated series about underwater people.*the snork s
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name the fastest mouse in all of Mexico*speedy gonzalez
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name the ranger who was always after Yogi Bear.*rick
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Name the town that Fred, Wilma, Barney, and Betty lived in.*bedrock
Category: Cartoon Trivia : On what T.V. show could Tom Terrific be found*captain kangaroo
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Popeye's chief adversary has two names, Bluto and ______*brutus
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Porky Pig had a girlfriend named _______.*pet
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Tess Trueheart married which plainclothes detective*dick tracy
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What came out of Milton's head*steam
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What character did Tex Avery first create upon arriving at MGM*screwball squirrel
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What comic strip character is Beetle Bailey's sister*lois (of hi and lois )
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What did Dagwood give up to marry Blondie*a family inheritance
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What did Peppermint Patty always call Charlie Brown*chuck
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is Batman's butler Alfred's last name.*pennyworth
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is Blondie's maiden name*oop
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is Dennis the Menace's last name*mitchell
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is Smokey Stover's job*fireman
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is Super Chicken's partners name*fred
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is the mother's name in Family Circus*thelma
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is the name of Duddley Do-Right's horse*horse
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What is the name of the Family Circus's dog*barf
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What kind of dog is Scooby Doo*great dane
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What type of plant does Broom Hilda sell*venus flytrap
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was Daffy Ducks usual closing line*you're dispicable !
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was George of the Jungle always running in to*tree
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was the first cartoon to feature sound*steamboat willy
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was the name of George of the Jungle's pet elephant*shep
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was the name of Speed Racer's car*the mach five
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was the original name Charles Schultz had for Peanuts*li'l folk s
Category: Cartoon Trivia : What was the relationship between Superman and Supergirl*cousin
Category: Cartoon Trivia : When danger appeared, Quick Draw McGraw became which super hero*el kabong
Category: Cartoon Trivia : When not a Birdman, what does Ray Randall do for a living* police officer
Category: Cartoon Trivia : When not fighting crime, what did Underdog do for a living* shoeshine boy
Category: Cartoon Trivia : When Tweety exclaimed, "I thought I saw a putty tat!", who did he see*sylvester
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Where are Rocket J. Squirel and Bullwinkle Moose from* frostbite falls
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Where did Clark Kent attend college* metropolis university
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Where did George of the Jungle live*imgwee gwee valley
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Where did Mighty Mouse get his superpowers*the supermarket
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Where do Rocky and Bullwinkle play football* what'samatta u niversity
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Where does George Jetson work*spacely sprockets
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Where does Yogi Bear Live* jellystone park
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Which comic strip was banned from "Stars and Stripes"*beetle bailey
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Which superhero loves peace enough to kill for it*peacemaker
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who always tried to kill Krazy Kat*captain marvel
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who is Donald Duck's uncle*scrooge
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who is Sally Brown's sweet baboo*linus
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who is Scooby Doo's son* scrappy doo
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who is Snoopy's arch enemy*baron
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who is stationed at Camp Swampy in the comic strips*beetle bailey
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who runs Andy Capp's favorite pub*jack and jill
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who says, "Th-th-th-that's all folks!"*porky pig
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who shot Bruce Wayne's parents*chill
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who was always trying to get rent from Andy Capp*percy
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who was Daisy the dog's owners*blond
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who was Dick Dastardley's pet*muttley
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who was the Hulk's first friend*rick jones
Category: Cartoon Trivia : Who was the original voice of Mickey Mouse*walt disney
Category: Celebrity Lovers: It took a while, but Donald Trump finally married her*marla maples
Category: Celebrity Lovers: What is the FIRST NAME of U.S. Vice President Al Gore's wife*tipper
Category: Celebrity: The director of Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark*stephen spielberg
Category: Cereal Appeal: "Don't worry, unless they're strange, your kids will eat them!"*life
Category: Cereal Appeal: "Gotta have 'em" is this cereal's slogan*corn pops
Category: Cereal Appeal: "They're gr-r-r-r-eat!" is this this cereal's slogan.*frosted flakes
Category: Cereal Appeal: This cereal features a honey bee as its mascot (very specific)*honey nut cheerios
Category: Cereal Appeal: This cereal is the only one that features a frog as its mascot*sugar smacks
Category: Cereal Appeal: This cereal's box features an empty bowl and the phrase "more, please."*cracklin oat bran
Category: Cereal Appeal: This cereal's commercials feature a "Cookie Crook" and a "Cookie Cop"*cookie crisp
Category: Cereal Appeal: This cereal's mascot is Tony the Tiger*frosted flakes
Category: Cereal Appeal: This chocolaty cereal features Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble*cocoa pebbles
Category: Cereal Appeal: This is the animal that never learns, "Trix are for kids!"*rabbit
Category: Character Creators: Anna Karenina*leo tolstoy
Category: Character Creators: Cass Timberlane*sinclair lewis
Category: Character Creators: Cheri*colette
Category: Character Creators: Dodsworth*sinclair lewis
Category: Character Creators: Dracula*bram stoker
Category: Character Creators: Elmer Gantry*sinclair lewis
Category: Character Creators: Frankenstein*mary shelley
Category: Character Creators: Henry Esmond*william thackery
Category: Character Creators: Humbert Humbert*vladimir nabokov
Category: Character Creators: Jane Eyre*charlotte bronte
Category: Character Creators: Natasha Rostova*leo tolstoy
Category: Character Creators: Nostromo*joseph conrad
Category: Character Creators: Rebecca*daphne dumaurier
Category: Chemistry : Hydrogen Hydroxide is more commonly known as what*water
Category: Chemistry : Nitrogen, a poisonous gas, makes up 78% of the ___ that we breathe.*air
Category: Chemistry : Sodium barcarbonate is better known as ________.*baking soda
Category: Chemistry : Sodium Hydroxide is more commonly known as _________.*lye
Category: Chemistry : The process of removing salt from sea water is known as ________.*desalination
Category: Chemistry : The smallest portion of a substance capable of existing independently and retaining its original properties is a(n) __________.*molecule
Category: Chemistry : This ancient attempt to transmute base metals into gold was called ________.*alchemy
Category: Chemistry : This is the heaviest naturally occurring element.*uranium
Category: Chemistry : This is the symbol for tin.*sn
Category: Chemistry : This poisonous gas is in the exhaust fumes from cars.*carbon monoxide
Category: Chemistry : Water containing carbon dioxide under pressure is called ________.*soda water
Category: Chemistry : What is it that turns blue litmus paper red*acid
Category: Chemistry : What is the abbreviation for trinitrotoluene*tnt
Category: Chemistry : What is the chemical symbol for copper*cu
Category: Chemistry : What is the chemical symbol for gold*au
Category: Chemistry : What is the main component of air*nitrogen
Category: Chemistry : What is the more scientific name for quicksilver*mercury
Category: Chemistry : What is the symbol for iron in chemistry*fe
Category: Chemistry : What is the symbol for silver*ag
Category: Childrens Literature: "Escape to Witch Mountain" was written by*alexander key
Category: Childrens Literature: A big whang of a novel by Julie Edwards. (AKA Julie Andrews)*last of the really great whangdoodles
Category: Childrens Literature: A novel about a small boy on other planets?*the little prince
Category: Childrens Literature: Author of "A Light in the Attic"*shel silverstein
Category: Childrens Literature: Author of "The BFG" (big friendly giant)?*roald dahl
Category: Childrens Literature: Award for Childrens' Literature?*newberry award
Category: Childrens Literature: Childrens' poet who also publishes in "Playboy"*shel silverstein
Category: Childrens Literature: Childrens' series that is really a religious allegory. (C.S. Lewis)*chronicles of narnia
Category: Childrens Literature: Difficult detective stories for children, but excellent*the complete sherlock holmes
Category: Childrens Literature: Judy Blume's first childrens' best seller*the tales of a fourth grade nothing
Category: Childrens Literature: Lawson's book about a mouse and a famous historic figure. (Franklin)?*ben and me
Category: Childrens Literature: Leonard Wibberly on the Duchy of Grand Fenwick*the mouse that roared
Category: Childrens Literature: Lloyd Alexander's classic feline tale*time cat
Category: Childrens Literature: Rockwell's book of disgusting eating habits of small boys*how to eat fried worms
Category: Childrens Literature: Steinbeck's horse book*the red pony
Category: Childrens Literature: Stolz wrote "Belling the ....."*tiger
Category: Childrens Literature: The author of the "Wind in the Door" series*madelaine lengle
Category: Childrens Literature: Tool that Mike Mulligan used. (Seuss)*steam shovel
Category: Childrens Literature: What Charlotte wrote in her web to save the swine?*some pig
Category: Chips: 1980's Apple II 6502 ran at 2MHz. Where is 1995's PowerPC 604 clocked at *150mhz
Category: Chips: AMD merged with this designer of the Nx686 Pentium competitor on 10/20/95*nexgen
Category: Chips: Because of this phenomenon, one shouldn't touch a chip's pin I/O:*electrostatic discharge
Category: Chips: Characteristic of thermal oxide caused by lateral 02 diffusion (it 'pecks')*birds beak
Category: Chips: Critical photolithographic dimensions in 1995 are measured in these units*micron
Category: Chips: Dielectric thickness can be calculated from this electrical measurement*capacitance
Category: Chips: Early MOSFET pioneer, Stanford grad & author of the EE's device bible:*sze
Category: Chips: EEPROM memory devices rely on this tunneling mechanism for cell erase:*fowler-nordheim
Category: Chips: Element existing abundantly in ordinary beach sand*silicon
Category: Chips: Element recently (1995) disclosed by IBM to catalyze certain metal contacts:*mo
Category: Chips: Manufacturer of the Pentium microprocessor and where Mach is working*intel
Category: Chips: Optical technique commonly used to measure thin film thickness, and RI:*ellipsometry
Category: Chips: Polarity of photoresist which permits an iverted image of a photomask:*negative
Category: Chips: Two types of MOSFETs of which CMOS is composed (answers sep'd by a space):*nfet pfet
Category: Christmas : Name the loner rebel reindeer with the red shiny nose.*rudolph
Category: Christmas : Santa Claus reportedly lives at the _____ Pole.*north
Category: Cigarettes: Brand named for a motorcycle make.*harley davidson
Category: Cigarettes: Cigarette brand synonymous with honor, virtue, achievement.*merit
Category: Cigarettes: Cigarette brand, or an NC city.*raleigh
Category: Cigarettes: Cigarette brand, or Robert Guillaume and shrubs.*benson and hedges
Category: Cigarettes: Cigarette brand, or the "club" that Telly Savalas promoted.*players
Category: Cigarettes: Cigarette brand, or the last name of a superhero's alter-ego.*kent
Category: Cigarettes: This is the US's No. 3 tobacco company as of 1995.*brown and williamson
Category: Cigarettes: Tobacco drying barns are typically painted this color.*black
Category: Cigarettes: WARNING: Smoking causes lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema, and may (2wds).*complicate pregnancy
Category: Civil War: CSA General nicknamed "Old Rosy"*william starke rosecrans
Category: Civil War: Democratic nominee for president in 1864*george mcclellan
Category: Civil War: Replaced Joseph Hooker as Army of the Potomac commander on June 26, 1863*george meade
Category: Civil War: Unit formed when 3 divisions were placed under a single command*corps
Category: Civil War: USA Colonel who led the famed bayonet charge down Little Round Top*joshua lawrence chamberlain
Category: Classic Board Games: ------- & Righter (former US owners of Scrabble rights)*selchow
Category: Classic Board Games: Battleship: A battleship occupies how many squares*four
Category: Classic Board Games: Diplomacy: Which country starts with the most naval units*britain
Category: Classic Board Games: Hungry, Hungry Hippos: The four colors are Pink, Green, Orange, and*yellow
Category: Classic Board Games: What large game company's logo contains a spiral*parker brothers
Category: Cliches: A ------- of one's imagination.*figment
Category: Cliches: Don't cry over spilled .*milk
Category: Cliches: Don't take any wooden -------.*nickels
Category: Cliches: Keep the from the door.*wolves
Category: Cliches: Make a mountain out of a .*molehill
Category: Cliches: On which side the bread is --------.*buttered
Category: Cliches: The cat that swallowed the .*canary
Category: Cliches: The greatest thing since ------ bread.*sliced
Category: Cliches: Too many ----- in the fire.*irons
Category: Cliches: When the come home.*cows
Category: Clive Barker: Featured in both "The Last Illusion" and The Books of the Art.*harry damour
Category: Clive Barker: How many more Books of Blood were released in the UK than in the US*3
Category: Clive Barker: To the Seerkind, normal people are known as _______ (Weaveworld)*cuckoos
Category: Clive Barker: What is The Dream Sea (The books of the Art)*quiddity
Category: Clive Barker: What was Randolf Jaffe transformed into by the Nuncio (Books of the Art)*the jaff jaff
Category: Clothes: 1990s slang for very short cutoff jeans.*daisy dukes
Category: Clothes: Eddie Bauer, Erehwon, and North Face are these types of stores.*outfitters
Category: Clothes: Name of a clothing line, or sport whose periods are called 'chuckers'.*polo
Category: Clothes: This company's logo is a sailboat.*nautica
Category: Clothes: Three-letter clothing outlet, or a space or void.*gap
Category: Comic Strip Trivia : What comic strip is set at Camp Swampy*beetle bailey
Category: Computer Science : The Internet Relay Chat Program, which normally connects to port 6667, is more commonly known as ___.*irc
Category: Contemporary Authors: Another Country, Go Tell It on the Mountain*james baldwin
Category: Contemporary Authors: Being There, The Painted Bird*jerry kosinski
Category: Contemporary Authors: Clear and Present Danger, Red Storm Rising*tom clancy
Category: Contemporary Authors: Journey to Ixtlan, A Separate Reality, The Teachings of Don Juan*carlos castaneda
Category: Contemporary Authors: Maia, The Plague Dogs, and Watership Down*richard adams
Category: Contemporary Authors: The Bell Jar*sylvia plath
Category: Contemporary Authors: The Great Train Robbery, The Terminal Man, The & romeda Strain*michael crichton
Category: Contemporary Authors: Various short stories including The Mangler, Quitters, Inc., & Trucks*stephen king
Category: Contemporary Authors: Washington D.C., Myra Breckinridge*gore vidal
Category: Contemporary Authors: Won the Pulitzer Prize for The Cancer Ward*alexander solzhenitsyn
Category: Couples: Abe Lincoln and ____ ____*mary todd
Category: Couples: Archie Bunker and _____*edith
Category: Couples: Ashford and _______*simpson
Category: Couples: Chang and Eng were the original pair of these.*siamese twin
Category: Couples: Charles and __*di
Category: Couples: Harry Truman and ____*bess
Category: Couples: His desire to marry this American prompted Edward VIII to abdicate the throne.*wallis simpson
Category: Couples: Jean Paul Sartre and ______ __ ________*simone de beauvoir
Category: Couples: Jim Bakker and _____ _____*tammy faye
Category: Couples: Lyndon Johnson and ____ ____*lady bird
Category: Couples: Michael Jackson and ____ _____*lisa marie
Category: Couples: Othello and _________*desdemona
Category: Couples: Paris and _____*laura
Category: Couples: Puss and ______, nursery rhyme.*boots
Category: Couples: Sluggo and ______*nancy
Category: Couples: The archeologist Mallowan, was married to this popular English author*agatha christie
Category: Couples: The late great writing team Will and Ariel ______.*durant
Category: Couples: They ruled Britain jointly from 1689-1694.*william and mary
Category: Couples: Winston Smith and _____*julia
Category: Crime Stories: A is for this*alibi
Category: Crime Stories: Belgium's most famous detective*hercule poirot
Category: Crime Stories: Chesterton's sleuth*father brown
Category: Crime Stories: Don Vito's (the Godfather) last name*corleone
Category: Crime Stories: Frank Chambers is mad for her in the Postman Always Rings Twice*cora papadalis
Category: Crime Stories: George Smiley's nemesis*karla
Category: Crime Stories: He played Caspar Gutman in the 1941 John Huston film*sydney greenstreet
Category: Crime Stories: In "A Scandal in Bohemia" Holmes is outsmarted by this woman*irene adler
Category: Crime Stories: Lt. Joe Leaphorn and Sgt. Jim Chee work for this tribe*navajo
Category: Crime Stories: MacDonald bum who lives on a houseboat*travis mcgee
Category: Crime Stories: Raymond Chandler's gumshoe*phillip marlowe
Category: Crime Stories: Red October is this*submarine
Category: Crime Stories: Rumpole tipples here*pomeroys wine bar
Category: Crime Stories: The Cornwall mansion in Rebecca*manderley
Category: Crime Stories: The most famous lawyer/sleuth*perry mason
Category: Crime Stories: The name of Travis McGee's houseboat*the busted flush
Category: Crime Writers: >From Russia, With Love*fleming
Category: Crime Writers: Dracula*stoker
Category: Crime Writers: In Cold Blood*truman capote
Category: Crime Writers: Prizzi's Honor*richard condon
Category: Crime Writers: The Hot Rock*donald e. westlake
Category: Cyberpunk: A program that runs in the background of a decker's OS:*daemon
Category: Cyberpunk: A program used for defeating passwords, or the name of your dictionary:*webster
Category: Cyberpunk: Bionic enhancement which allows user to manipulate any voice or sound:*silver tongue
Category: Cyberpunk: Book by William Gibson, thought by many to have started Cyberpunk:*neuromancer
Category: Cyberpunk: Cyberpunk term for "logging in" to a cyberspace system:*jacking in
Category: Cyberpunk: Dynamix' cyberpunk adventure game, starring "Blade" Hunter:*rise of the dragon
Category: Cyberpunk: He wrote "Schismatrix", a particularly influential cyberpunk novel:*bruce sterling
Category: Cyberpunk: In this predecessor of Cyberpunk novels, the hero was Guy Montag:*fahrenheit 451
Category: Cyberpunk: Russian word for underground press:*samizdat
Category: Cyberpunk: These computer simulated personalities are dominant in Cyberspace:*artificial intelligence
Category: Cyberpunk: This famous Cyberpunk writer has an award named after him*dick
Category: Dandy Candy: "There's no wrong way of eating" this.*reeses peanut butter cups
Category: Dandy Candy: The Simpsons advertise this candy.*butterfinger
Category: Dandy Candy: These are Hershey's Kisses intertwined with white chocolate.*hugs
Category: Dandy Candy: This gum lasts an extra, extra, extra, long time.*extra
Category: Dandy Candy: This gum's commercials highlight twins.*doublemint
Category: DC Comics: Broke Batman*bane
Category: DC Comics: Current leader of Justice League America*wonder woman
Category: DC Comics: Girlfriend of Lex Luther II*supergirl
Category: DC Comics: Green Lantern's alter ego*hal jordan
Category: DC Comics: Group of heroes led by Dick Grayson*new titans
Category: DC Comics: Killed Superman*doomsday
Category: DC Comics: Number of new Supermen after his "death"*four
Category: DC Comics: Of the new Supermen, this one was a villain*cyborg
Category: DC Comics: Photographer for Daily Planet*jimmy olsen
Category: DC Comics: Younger version of Aquaman*aqualad
Category: DC Secret Identities: Arthur Curry*aquaman
Category: DC Secret Identities: Boston Brand*deadman
Category: DC Secret Identities: Bruce Wayne*batman
Category: DC Secret Identities: Clark Kent*superman
Category: DC Secret Identities: Cliff Steele*robotman
Category: DC Secret Identities: Jay Garrick*the flash
Category: DC Secret Identities: Jim Corrigan*the spectre
Category: DC Secret Identities: Jimmy Olson*elastic lad
Category: DC Secret Identities: Jonn Jonzz*martian manhunter
Category: DC Secret Identities: Kay Challis*crazy jane
Category: DC Secret Identities: Kirk Morrison*king mob
Category: DC Secret Identities: Lyta Trevor*fury
Category: DC Secret Identities: Maggie Sawyer*maggie sawyer
Category: DC Secret Identities: Wally West*the flash
Category: Deaths 91 to 92: Hall of Famer and 2nd baseman for Pennant-winning 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers*billy herman
Category: Deaths 91 to 92: Indian film maker, given honorary Academy Award for lifetime achievement*satyajit ray
Category: Deaths 91 to 92: Last surviving Nazi war criminal of rank, chief enforcer of "reign of terror"*klaus barbie
Category: Deaths 91 to 92: Senior Democratic Senator from North Dakota*quentin burdick
Category: Definitions : --isms: Exalting one's country above all others.*nationalism
Category: Definitions : --isms: The belief that there is no God.*atheism
Category: Definitions : --isms: The theory that man cannot prove the existence of a god.*agnosticism
Category: Definitions : -ism: The belief in the existence of a god or gods.*theism
Category: Definitions : -isms: A diseased condition resulting from the use of beverages such as whiskey.*alcoholism
Category: Definitions : -isms: A one-party system of government in which control is maintained by force and regimentation.*facism
Category: Definitions : -isms: A painful stiffness of the muscles and joints*rheumatism
Category: Definitions : -isms: A severe or unfavorable judgment.*criticism
Category: Definitions : -isms: An economic system characterized by private ownership and competition.*capitalism
Category: Definitions : -isms: Excessive emphasis on financial gain.*commercialism
Category: Definitions : -isms: Excessive enthusiasm or zeal for a cause.*fanaticism
Category: Definitions : -isms: Poisoning caused by a toxin in improperly prepared food.*botulism
Category: Definitions : -isms: Public ownership of the basic means of production, distribution, and exchange.*socialism
Category: Definitions : -isms: The belief in living a very austere and self-denying life.*asceticism
Category: Definitions : A clip, shaped like a bar to keep a woman's hair in place is a _______.*barrette
Category: Definitions : A depilatory is a substance used for removing _______.*hair
Category: Definitions : A device used to change the voltage of alternating currents is a ______.*transformer
Category: Definitions : A flat, round hat sometimes worn by soldiers is a _________.*beret
Category: Definitions : A government in which power is restricted to a few is a(n) __________.*oligarchy
Category: Definitions : A person in his eighties is called a(n) __________.*octogenarian
Category: Definitions : A person who starts fires maliciously is a(n) _________.*arsonist
Category: Definitions : A person with a strong desire to steal is a(n) ________.*kleptomaniac
Category: Definitions : A pugilist is a _________.*boxer
Category: Definitions : A receptacle for holy water is a(n) ________.*font
Category: Definitions : A sun-dried grape is known as a(n) ___________.*raisin
Category: Definitions : A word like 'NASA' formed from the initials of other words is a(n) _________.*acronym
Category: Definitions : Acrophobia is a fear of ___________.*heights
Category: Definitions : An "omniscient" person has unlimited __________.*knowledge
Category: Definitions : An anemometer measures _________.*wind velocity
Category: Definitions : An animal stuffer is a(n) ________.*taxidermist
Category: Definitions : An artist supports his canvas on a(n) _________.*easel
Category: Definitions : An instrument on a car to measure the distance travelled is called a(n) _________.*odometer
Category: Definitions : Androphobia is the fear of __________.*male
Category: Definitions : Animals that once existed but don't exist now are said to be ______.*extinct
Category: Definitions : Any object worn as a charm may be called a(n) _______.*amulet
Category: Definitions : Bibliophobia is a fear of __________.*books
Category: Definitions : Brontophobia is the fear of _________.*thunder
Category: Definitions : Dendrochronology is better known as _________.*ring dating
Category: Definitions : Doraphobia is the fear of _________.*fur
Category: Definitions : Eleutherophobia is a fear of ___________.*freedom
Category: Definitions : Gymnophobia is the fear of __________.*naked bodies
Category: Definitions : Hills and ridges composed of drifting sand are known as ________.*dune
Category: Definitions : Ichthyology is the study of ________.*fish
Category: Definitions : Legal Terms: A crime more serious than a misdemeanor.*felony
Category: Definitions : Legal Terms: A formal agreement enforceable by law.*contract
Category: Definitions : Legal Terms: A supplement to a will.*codicil
Category: Definitions : Legal Terms: The people chosen to render a verdict in a court.*jury
Category: Definitions : Legal Terms: To steal property entrusted to one's care.*embezzle
Category: Definitions : Name the pain-inflicting person you go to to get your teeth fixed*dentist
Category: Definitions : Name the porceilan chair you sit on at least once a day.*toilet
Category: Definitions : One who tells fortunes by the stars is a(n)________.*astrologer
Category: Definitions : Rats, mice, beavers, and squirrels are all ________.*rodent
Category: Definitions : The art of tracing designs and taking impressions of them is _______.*lithography
Category: Definitions : The covering on the tip of a shoelace is a(n)_________.*aglet
Category: Definitions : The distance around the outside of a circle is its ________.*circumference
Category: Definitions : The earth's atmosphere and the space beyond is known as _______.*aerospace
Category: Definitions : The effect produced when sound is reflected back is known as a(n) _______.*echo
Category: Definitions : The feeling of having experienced something before is known as _______.*deja vu
Category: Definitions : The science of preparing and dispensing drugs is ________.*pharmacy
Category: Definitions : The science of providing men, equipment and supplies for military operations is called ___________.*logistics
Category: Definitions : The study of human behaviour is ________.*psychology
Category: Definitions : The study of human pre-history is ___________.*archaeology
Category: Definitions : The study of insects is __________.*entomology
Category: Definitions : The study of light and its relation to sight is called ________.*optics
Category: Definitions : The study of man and culture is known as ________.*anthropology
Category: Definitions : The study of natural phenomena: motion, forces, light, sound, etc. is called ______.*physics
Category: Definitions : The study of plants is _________.*botany
Category: Definitions : The study of religion is _________.*theology
Category: Definitions : The study of sound is ________.*acoustics
Category: Definitions : The study of the composition of substances and the changes that they undergo is __________.*chemistry
Category: Definitions : The study of the earth's physical divisions into mountains, seas, etc. is ________.*geography
Category: Definitions : The study of the manner in which organisms carry on their life processes is ________.*physiology
Category: Definitions : The symbols used on a map are explained by the ________.*legend
Category: Definitions : The treatment of disease by chemical substances which are toxic to the causative micro-organisms is called ________.*chemotherapy
Category: Definitions : The weight at the end of a pendulum is a(n) ________.*bob
Category: Definitions : The wide wall built along the banks of rivers to stop flooding is a(n) ________.*levee
Category: Definitions : The word "cumulus" refers to a type of ___________.*cloud
Category: Definitions : This instrument is used for measuring the distance between two points, on a curved surface.*calliper
Category: Definitions : This instrument measures atmospheric pressure.*barometer
Category: Definitions : This instrument measures the velocity of the wind.*anemometer
Category: Definitions : This is the fear of enclosed spaces.*claustrophobia
Category: Definitions : This word is used as the international radio distress call.*mayday
Category: Definitions : This word means "split personality".*schizophrenia
Category: Definitions : Throat, foxing, and platform are parts of a(n) ________.*shoe
Category: Definitions : Toxiphobia is a fear of _________.*poison
Category: Definitions : What does a brandophile collect*cigar bands
Category: Definitions : What does a heliologist study*the sun
Category: Definitions : What does an ornithologist study*birds
Category: Definitions : What is a "somnambulist"*a sleepwalk er
Category: Definitions : What is a castrated rooster called*a capon
Category: Definitions : What is a device to stem the flow of blood called*a tourniquet
Category: Definitions : What is a dried plum called*prune
Category: Definitions : What is a female swan called*pen
Category: Definitions : What is a figure with eight equal sides called*octagon
Category: Definitions : What is measured by a chronometer*time
Category: Definitions : What is the common name for a Japanese dwarf tree*bonsai
Category: Definitions : What is the common name for the Aurora Borealis*northern lights
Category: Definitions : What is the name for a branch of a river*tributary
Category: Definitions : What is the study of heredity called*genetics
Category: Definitions : What is the study of prehistoric plants and animals called*paleontology
Category: Definitions : What is the tombstone inscription called*epitaph
Category: Definitions : Which science studies weather*meteorology
Category: Devils Dictionary: A familiar kitchen-garden vegetable about as large and wise as a man's head*cabbage
Category: Devils Dictionary: A person who boasts himself hard to please because nobody tries to please him*critic
Category: Devils Dictionary: A person whom we know well enough to borrow from,but not well enough to lend to*acquaintance
Category: Devils Dictionary: A ship big enough to carry two in fair weather, but only one in foul*friendship
Category: Devils Dictionary: A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her*bride
Category: Devils Dictionary: Animal usually living near Man, and having some susceptibility to domestication*woman
Category: Devils Dictionary: God of world's leading religion. His chief temple is in holy city of New York*mammon
Category: Devils Dictionary: In man, the gateway to the soul; in woman, the outlet of the heart*mouth
Category: Devils Dictionary: To perform successively and successfuly mastication,humectation & deglutition*eat
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : A 3 1/2" floppy disk measures ___ and 1/2 inches across.*3
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : A brown crayon is what color*brown
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : A smoke detector will alarm if it detects _____.*smoke
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : A water heater keeps _____ warm for you.*water
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : Although not all come from France, ______ fries are often served with hamburgers.*french
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : An _____ clock usually wakes you in the morning.*alarm
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : During the American Revolution, the Boston Tea Party took place in ______ Harbor.*boston
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : How do you spell abbreviation*abbreviation
Category: Don't Strain Yourself Thinking ;-) : How many pencils are there in a dozen*12
Category: Dr Seuss: He owned a bottomless pool*mcelligot
Category: Dr Seuss: His most successful book, it launched the Beginner Books series*the cat in the hat
Category: Dr Seuss: The Big-hearted Moose*thidwick
Category: Dr Seuss: There's a in My Pocket*wocket
Category: Dr Seuss: This elephant hatched and egg and heard a who*horton
Category: Drama : Our Town" is a play by whom*thornton wilder
Category: Drama : The play "Our Town" is set where*grover's corners
Category: Easy People: For what was Dr. Crippen hanged?*murdering his wife
Category: Easy People: In which revolution was Emiliano Zapata an important figure*mexican revolution
Category: Easy People: Name the hero of _The Hobbit_.*bilbo baggins
Category: Easy People: Name the queen who tells the stories of _One Thousand and One Nights_.*scheherezade
Category: Easy People: What nationality was Goethe?*german
Category: Easy People: What was Richard III's nickname*crookback dick
Category: Easy People: Which British saint is famous for slaying a dragon*st. george
Category: Easy People: Who was shot at the playhouse by John Wilkes Booth*president lincoln
Category: Easy People: Who, according to the Bible, was the brother of Jacob?*esau
Category: Emoticons: (^o^)*happiness
Category: Emoticons: (h_h)*happiness
Category: Emoticons: :D*big smile
Category: Emoticons: :o*surprise
Category: Emoticons: [_]*robot
Category: Entertainment Grabbag 4: What inescapable purveyor of background celebrated its 60th B-Day in 1994*muzak
Category: Entertainment Potpourri: Kazantzakis novel which became an Oscar-winning film in 1964*zorba the greek
Category: Entertainment: 1959 thriller has Cary Grant as an ad man mistaken for a secret agent*north by northwest
Category: Entertainment: City that is 34 miles, or 54 km, from the 4077th.*seoul
Category: Entertainment: Cole Porter musical set in the Montmarte section of Paris*can-can
Category: Entertainment: He conceived, directed, and choreographed West Side Story*jerome robbins
Category: Famous Animals: Blondie's dog.*daisy
Category: Famous Animals: Chipmunk that says "naturally" in The Chipmunk Song*theodore
Category: Famous Animals: Dan dan is the only panda in captivity with these two fur colorings*brown and white
Category: Famous Animals: Dima this type of animal, was found perfectly preserved in Siberia in 1977*woolly mammoth
Category: Famous Animals: In reference to him "it was beauty killed the beast"*king kong
Category: Famous Animals: Manhar is the world's first gaur born to this type of animal.*cow
Category: Famous Animals: Name of the unicorn-like Angora goat at Marine World in Redwood City, CA.*lancelot
Category: Famous Animals: Names of the Ninja Turtles in alphabetical order.*donatello leonardo michelangelo raphael
Category: Famous Animals: The griffin in "Alice in Wonderland" took Alice to meet this animal.*mock turtle
Category: Famous Canadians: Canadian Prime Minister who was on American Immigration's blacklist.*pierre elliot trudeau
Category: Famous Canadians: Halifax native who built one of the world's largest shipping line.*cunard
Category: Famous Canadians: Known for her series of books about Anne Shirley.*lucy maud montgomery
Category: Famous Canadians: Popular Canadian novelist known for her feminist themes.*margaret atwood
Category: Famous Canadians: Portly comedian, Second City alum, and CFL franchise co-owner.*john candy
Category: Famous Canadians: Writer/director of "Videodrome", "Scanners", and "Naked Lunch"*david cronenberg
Category: Famous Celebrities: Of which country is Juan Carlos king?*spain
Category: Famous Celebrities: What was the first name of tycoon Donald Trump's first wife?*ivana
Category: Famous Celebrities: Which Pakistani cricketer married heiress Jemima Goldsmith?*imran khan
Category: Famous Gills: 50's era baseball player. Same last name as Craig, formerly of NBA's Bulls.*gil hodges
Category: Famous Gills: Killer whose story was told in "Executioner's Song."*gary gilmore
Category: Famous Gills: Montreal University that more ore less fits the category.*mcgill university
Category: Famous Gills: She called herself Lil, but everyone knew her as Nancy.*mcgill
Category: Famous People: Nicky Clarke's name is famous in which fashion field*hairdressing
Category: Famous People: Trudie Styler married which singer/rainforest conservationist in 1992*sting
Category: Famous People: What is the profession of Claudia Shiffer's ex, David Copperfield*magician
Category: Famous People: What was Mrs. Michael Jackson II's first name*debbie
Category: Famous People: Which actress married Richard Burton twice*elizabeth taylor
Category: Famous People: Which former son-in-law of the Queen remarried in 1997*mark phillips
Category: Famous People: Which model Elle is an ex-flame of the actor Kevin Costner*macpherson
Category: Famous People: Which woman got Bill Clinton caught with his pants down in 1999*monica lewinsky
Category: Famous Quotes: "This is a sharp medicine, but a sure cure for all diseases."*sir walter raleigh
Category: Famous Quotes: All work is as seed sown; it grows and spreads, and sows itself anew.*thomas caryle
Category: Famous Quotes: Anyone who hates children and dogs cant be all bad.*w.c. fields
Category: Famous Quotes: Boy, after seeing Rambo last night, I know what to do next time this happens.*ronald reagan
Category: Famous Quotes: Don't give up the ship.*john paul jones
Category: Famous Quotes: He does not preach what he practices till he has practiced what he preaches.*confucius
Category: Famous Quotes: Let them eat cake.*marie antoinette
Category: Famous Quotes: Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.*john emerich edward acton
Category: Famous Quotes: Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.*albert einstein
Category: Famous Quotes: United we stand, divided we fall.*abraham lincoln
Category: Fantasy : What is a sorcerer who deals in black magic called*necromancer
Category: Fashion: Artificial structure worn to extend shirts behind.*bustle
Category: Fashion: Band worn to keep stockings up.*garter
Category: Fashion: Bathing suit named for a Pacific atoll.*bikini
Category: Fashion: Dominant fashion magazine of the 20th century.*vogue
Category: Fashion: Egyptian motifs were popular after his tomb was discovered in 1922.*tutankhamen
Category: Fashion: Elsa Schiaperelli's trademark color.*shocking pink
Category: Fashion: He called couture the most blatant form of conspicuous consumption.*thorsein veblen
Category: Fashion: Milanese suitmaker showcased on Miami Vice.*armani
Category: Fashion: Model that married David Bowie.*iman
Category: Fashion: Movie star who popularized trenchcoats & berets.*greta garbo
Category: Fashion: Petticoat artificially stiffened by horsehair.*crinoline
Category: Fashion: Skirt and trousers desiged by Amelia.*bloomer
Category: Fashion: The dominant decorative style of the 20s & 30s.*art deco
Category: Fashion: The dominant decorative style of the 20s and 30s.*art deco
Category: Fashion: The first widely used synthetic fiber.*rayon
Category: Fast Food: A girl with pig tails, and a white-haired man represent this chain.*wendys
Category: Fast Food: A really big french fry, stuffed with yummy stuff.*baked potato
Category: Fast Food: According to Vincent Vega, what is a Big Mac called in France*le big mac
Category: Fast Food: According to Vincent, whats a Quarter Pounder called in France*royale with cheese
Category: Fast Food: At North American pizza outlets, this is often referred to as "Canadian bacon"*ham
Category: Fast Food: Big Mexican food chain, ring ding a ling, making you run for the border!*taco bell
Category: Fast Food: Chain with a hat as a logo, makes roast beef burgers among other things.*arbys
Category: Fast Food: Expensive potato patties served for breakfast.*hash browns
Category: Fast Food: Garfield's favourite food, multi-layered, common at pizza stores.*lasagna
Category: Fast Food: KFC stands for?*kentucky fried chicken
Category: Fast Food: Lots of people like this brown liquid with fries.*gravy
Category: Fast Food: McDonald's also sells this Italian food in some markets.*pizza
Category: Fast Food: On some boards, these things are listed as FREE, at McDonald's.*smiles
Category: Fast Food: Sometimes called a Frankfurt, on a bun with cheese,mustard,ketchup etc.*hot dog
Category: Fast Food: The home of the Golden Arches*mcdonalds
Category: Fast Food: The Lobster people...*red lobster
Category: Fast Food: The place that brings you fried chicken that has lovely but very caloric skin.*kentucky fried chicken
Category: Fast Food: The turtles love these, they often come with many toppings.*pizza
Category: Fast Food: This "Fresh is the taste" chain is -everywhere-.*subway
Category: Fast Food: Who is the founder of KFC*colonel sanders
Category: Fictional Detectives: Agatha Christie's elderly female crimesolver.*miss marple
Category: Fictional Detectives: Beleaguered female detective in the british 'Prime Suspect' series.*jane tennyson
Category: Fictional Detectives: Creator of Perry Mason.*erle stanley gardner
Category: Fictional Detectives: Creator of the Parisian detective Maigret.*georges simenon
Category: Fictional Detectives: TV private eye played by Tom Selleck.*thomas magnum
Category: Food : Boston butt, jowl, and picnic ham are parts of a _________.*pig
Category: Food and Drink : Even though it tastes nothing like grapes, a __________ is often eaten for breakfast.*grapefruit
Category: Food and Drink : From what animal do we get venison*deer
Category: Food and Drink : From which fish is caviar obtained*sturgeon
Category: Food and Drink : From which fruit is the liqueur Kirsh made*cherry
Category: Food and Drink : Iceberg, Boston, and Bibb are types of _________.*lettuce
Category: Food and Drink : Laetrile is associated with the pit of which fruit*apricot
Category: Food and Drink : Little round chocolate candies are known as _&m's.*m
Category: Food and Drink : Mustard, ketchup and onions on a hotdog are all ___________.*condiments
Category: Food and Drink : Name the only fruit named for its color.*orange
Category: Food and Drink : Natural vanilla flavoring comes from this plant.*orchid
Category: Food and Drink : Often drank, this liquid is normally harvested from female cows.*milk
Category: Food and Drink : Often eaten for breakfast, bacon is actually the flesh of what barnyard animal*pig
Category: Food and Drink : Often eaten for breakfast, the egg comes from what barnyard animal*chicken
Category: Food and Drink : Rum is made from this plant.*sugar cane
Category: Food and Drink : Vermicelli literally means ___________.*little worms
Category: Food and Drink : What do you get when you add fresh fruit to red wine*sangria
Category: Food and Drink : What is Japanese "sake" made from*rice
Category: Food and Drink : What is the name of the syrup drained from raw sugar*molasses
Category: Food and Drink : What kind of nuts are used in marzipan*almonds
Category: Food and Drink : Where is the best brandy bottled*cognac
Category: Food and Drink : Where was Budweiser first brewed*st. louis
Category: Food and Drink: At which stage of a meal would you have an hors d'oeuvre?*beginning
Category: Food and Drink: Is a schnitzel a sweet or a savoury?*savoury
Category: Food and Drink: What colour is creme de menthe?*green
Category: Food and Drink: What colour is the flesh of an avocado?*green
Category: Food and Drink: What is the main ingredient of a traditional fondue?*cheese
Category: Food and Drink: What type of drink is Perrier?*mineral water
Category: Food and Drink: What type of food is pitta (pita)?*bread
Category: Food and Drink: Which red jelly is a traditional accompaniment to lamb?*redcurrant
Category: Food: Add this to milk, eggs, and sugar to make a Tom and Jerry.*rum
Category: Food: Adding this to a mere martini makes it a Gibson.*onion
Category: Food: Duke Richelieu brought it to France after visiting Mahon, city on Minorca.*mayonnaise
Category: Food: French fries come from this country.*belgium
Category: Food: German dish with roast beef marinated in vinegar, sugar, and seasonings.*sauerbraten
Category: Food: Italian dish consiting of olives, anchovies, salami, celery, and appetizers.*antipasto
Category: Food: Marsala is a type of this.*sweet wine
Category: Food: Mexican dish with minced and seasoned meat packed in cornmeal and corn husks.*tamale
Category: Food: Name for an oblong cream puff filled and topped with icing.*eclair
Category: Food: Pilaf is this cooked in a broth of meat or poultry.*rice
Category: Food: Polish cake filled with candied fruits and nuts.*babka
Category: Food: The drink Sake (sah'ki) comes from this country.*japan
Category: Food: The eggs of this sturgeon are the preferred form of caviar.*beluga
Category: Food: The founder of Weight Watchers.*jean nidetch
Category: Food: The mild stimulant "theobromine" is found in this common lip-smacker.*chocolate
Category: Food: This meat is used to make scaloppine.*veal
Category: French Food AKA: Clarified double-strength brown stock*consomme
Category: French Food AKA: Delicate egg whites baked at a high temperature, literally means "a breath"*souffle
Category: French Food AKA: Fisherman's stew, literally means "boil on low heat" (watch the spelling)*bouillabaisse
Category: French Food AKA: Flaky, buttery pastry shaped in a quarter-moon*croissant
Category: French Food AKA: Less stimulating than tea or coffee, an infusion*tisane
Category: French Food AKA: Rich custard famous for its hard, caramelized sugar glaze*creme brulee
Category: French Food AKA: Salad from the South of France, made with black olives and anchovies*salade nicoise
Category: French Food AKA: The basic white sauce*bechamel
Category: French Food AKA: Thin pancakes with an orange liqueur sauce*crepes suzette
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Bourbon, sugar and mint make a(n) ___________.*mint julep
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Cognac (brandy) and white creme de menthe make a(n) _____________.*stinger
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Creme de Cacao, cream, and brandy make a(n) __________.*brandy alexander
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Gin and Collins mix make a(n) __________.*tom collins
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Rum, lime, and cola drink make a(n) ____________.*cuba libre
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Triple sec, tequila, and lemon or lime juice make a(n) _________.*margarita
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Vodka and Kahlua make a ___________.*black russian
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Vodka, orange juice and Galliano make a(n) ___________.*harvey wallbanger
Category: Fun : Cocktails: Whiskey, hot coffee, and whipped cream make a(n) _________.*irish coffee
Category: Gals Named Mary: "Mary, Mary, ----- --------, --- ---- ---- ------ ----?" (omit comma)*quite contrary how does your garden grow
Category: Gals Named Mary: Famous surrogate mother who refused to give up the baby?*mary beth whitehead
Category: Gals Named Mary: Miniskirt innovator opened her first shop on Kings Rd in Chelsea, in 1955*mary quant
Category: Gals Named Mary: Won 1977 French Open mixed doubles with John McEnroe, now works for CBS & ESPN*mary carillo
Category: Games : A bridge hand with no cards in one suit is said to have a _______.*void
Category: Games : A poker hand consisting of three of a kind and a pair is called a _______.*full house
Category: Games : How many balls are used in a game of snooker in addition to the cue ball*twenty-one
Category: Games : How many dots are there on a pair of dice*42
Category: Games : How many squares are there on a chessboard*64
Category: Games : If you "peg out" what game are you playing*cribbage
Category: Games : In poker five cards of the same suit is called a(n) __________.*flush
Category: Games : In pool, what color is the eight ball*black
Category: Games : In which game might a person have a "full house"*poker
Category: Games : In which game or sport are "Staunton" pieces used*chess
Category: Games : In which game or sport can a person be "skunked"*cribbage
Category: Games : In which sport are terms "spare" and "gutter" used*bowling
Category: Games : In which sport or game are the terms: 'pin', 'fork', and 'skewer' used*chess
Category: Games : In which sport or game is the term "rook" used*chess
Category: Games : Name the only flexible murder weapon in the game of "Cluedo".*rope
Category: Games : Name the only woman suspect in the game of "Cluedo" who isn't married.*miss scarlett
Category: Games : These are the two highest valued letters in "Scrabble". "Q" and _____.*z
Category: Games : This ancient Chinese game is played with 156 small rectangular tiles.*mah jongg
Category: Games : This is the lowest ranking suit in Bridge.*clubs
Category: Games : This term denotes a chess move in which both the king and the rook are moved.*castling
Category: Games : What bowling term means three straight strikes*turkey
Category: Games : What game or sport is Bobby Fischer identified with*chess
Category: Games : What number is on the opposite side of the "five" on dice*two
Category: Games : What score is not possible for a cribbage hand*19
Category: Games : Which chess piece is usually valued as 5 points*rook
Category: Games : Which game usually begins with, "Is it animal, vegetable, or mineral"*20 questions
Category: Gay Issues: A lesbian kiss on what ABC sitcom caused an uproar?*roseanne
Category: Gay Issues: A passed anti-gay measure in what state caused calls for a boycott*colorado
Category: Gay Issues: How many colours are there in the rainbow-coloured, "Freedom Flag"?*6
Category: Gay Issues: What Biblical book says you shouldn't "lay with a man as with a woman"*leviticus
Category: Gay Issues: What British musician/singer was bi, now openly gay?*elton john
Category: Gay Issues: What culture considers gay people "two-spirited"?*native
Category: Gay Issues: What group's motto is, "We're Here, We're Queer, We Have E-Mail"?*digital queers
Category: Gay Issues: What is America's weekly gay news magazine*the advocate
Category: Gay Issues: What is announcing someone being gay against their will called?*outing
Category: Gay Issues: What Middle Eastern country allows gays in its military*israel
Category: Gay Issues: What popular Canadian country singer is an open lesbian*k.d. lang
Category: Gay Issues: Who wrote the play, "The Normal Heart"?*larry kramer
Category: General : 12 letter word: fancy name for fireworks*pyrotechnics
Category: General : Animal's body that the mythical griffin has*lion
Category: General : At one time, 6 white beads of this Indian currency were worth one penny*wampum
Category: General : Baseballer Joe Schlabotnik's greatest fan*charlie brown
Category: General : Comedian that is the disc jockey on the soundtrack to Resevoir Dogs*steven wright
Category: General : Founded in 1608 by Champlain, it was the capital of New France*quebec
Category: General : Originally made in Nimes, France, this fabric was called serge denimes*denim
Category: General : Shepherd's pie is meat hash covered with a layer of this (2 wds)*mashed potatoes
Category: General : The 2 months added when the Roman calendar was expanded from 10 to 12 months*january & february
Category: General : The Russian sled drawn by 3 horses abreast*troika
Category: General : This word can refer to either an Irish accent or an Irish shoe*brogue
Category: General Knowledge : Although it doesn't sound like a dog, ____dust is ornamental wood chips often placed in flowerbeds.*bark
Category: General Knowledge : Chicago Transit Authority is now known as which group*chicago
Category: General Knowledge : If you drive on a parkway, you park on a _______*drive
Category: General Knowledge : To refuel your car you go to a ___ station.*petrol
Category: General Knowledge : Wedding rings are normally worn on what finger of your hand*ring
Category: General Knowledge : What company makes Pampers disposable diapers*proctor & gamble
Category: General Knowledge : What do the initials U.F.O stand for*unidentified flying object
Category: General Knowledge : What do the letters in SAM missiles refer to*surface-to-air missile
Category: General Knowledge : What does a compass needle point to*north
Category: General Knowledge : What does IRS stand for*internal revenue service
Category: General Knowledge : What does the abbreviation a.m. stand for*ante meridian
Category: General Knowledge : What does the acronym CIA stand for*central intelligence agency
Category: General Knowledge : What is the minimum IQ score for the genius category*140
Category: General Knowledge : What is this sign called "&"*ampersand
Category: General Knowledge : When using a telephone, you must wait for a ____ tone before starting your call.*dial
Category: General Knowledge : Which U.S. president is on the five-dollar bill*lincoln
Category: Generation X Toys: Atari competitor that featured better graphics.*intellevision
Category: Generation X Toys: Large plastic animals gobbled marbles in this game.*hungry hungry hippos
Category: Generation X Toys: Leading manufacturer of toy cars.*hot wheels
Category: Generation X Toys: Name of Barbie's hot pink sports-car.*vette
Category: Generation X Toys: Personal merry-go-round guaranteed to make you dizzy.*sit n spin
Category: Generation X Toys: Plastic vehicle equipped with spin-out brake.*big wheel
Category: Generation X Toys: Talking toy that helped you do well on Spelling tests.*speak n spell
Category: Generation X Toys: This popular card game's name is spanish for "one."*uno
Category: Generation X Toys: You inserted sticks into round blocks to build abstractions with these.*tinker toys
Category: Generation X Toys: You rotated blocks and matched up the colors to solve this puzzle.*rubiks cube
Category: Geographic : The first country along the great circle route due south from San Francisco*canada
Category: Geographic : The highest temperature ever recorded on Earth was in which country*libya
Category: Geographic : The largest island on the west coast of North America is*vancouver
Category: Geographic : The northernmost point in mainland Australia is on this geographic feature*cape york
Category: Geographic : The tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere is in which city*melbourne
Category: Geographic Trivia : The aurora borealis is most commonly observed in which country*canada
Category: Geographic Trivia : What Asian country has the highest population density*singapore
Category: Geographic Trivia : What is the largest country in Africa, by area*sudan
Category: Geographic Trivia : What is the most populous city in North America*mexico
Category: Geographic Trivia : Where did the most powerful explosion ever witnessed on Earth occur*krakatoa
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: Excluding Alaska, the American state with the lowest population density is?*wyoming
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: Name the expanse of water between New Zealand's North and South Islands.*cook strait
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: Native American Indians are of which human subrace? (e.g. Caucasian)*mongoloid
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: The highest temperature ever recorded on Earth was in which country?*libya
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: The only national airline that has never had a crash nor a forced landing.*qantas
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: The southernmost point in the 48 American states (excluding Alaska, Hawaii)?*key west
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: The tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere is in which city?*melbourne
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: This country is home to the world's oldest continuous local democracy.*iceland
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: Where did the most powerful explosion ever witnessed on Earth occur?*krakatoa
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: Which American state's name is Spanish for "colored" or "colored land"?*colorado
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: Which American state's name is Spanish for "flowered" or "flowery land"?*florida
Category: Geographic Tyrrivia: Which country administers South Georgia, a last stop before Antarctica?*great britain
Category: Geographic: The strongest recorded earthquake (8.9) occurred in which country in 1933*japan
Category: Geographic: This country lost the largest percentage of its men in a single war (~70%).*paraguay
Category: Geographic: What is the largest country in Africa, by area*sudan
Category: Geographic: Where did the most powerful explosion ever witnessed on Earth occur*krakatoa
Category: Geographic: Which American state's name is Spanish for "warm" or "warm land"*california
Category: Geography : Acadia was the original name of which Canadian province*nova scotia
Category: Geography : Bridgeport is the largest city in which state*connecticut
Category: Geography : Bridgetown is the capital of ________.*barbados
Category: Geography : Brussels is the capital of which country*belgium
Category: Geography : Frankfort is the capital of which state*kentucky
Category: Geography : Guayaquil is the largest city in what country*ecuador
Category: Geography : Halifax is the capital of which Canadian province*nova scotia
Category: Geography : Havana is the capital of which country*cuba
Category: Geography : He invented the most common projection for world maps.*mercator
Category: Geography : He visited Australia and New Zealand, then surveyed the Pacific Coast of North America.*vancouver
Category: Geography : How many stars are on the flag of New Zealand*four
Category: Geography : If its 4:00pm in Seattle Washington, what time is it in Portland Oregon*4
Category: Geography : In what city are the famous Tivoli Gardens*copenhagen
Category: Geography : In what city is the Leaning Tower*pisa
Category: Geography : In what city is the Smithsonian Institute*washington
Category: Geography : In what country is Banff National Park*canada
Category: Geography : In what country is Lahore*pakistan
Category: Geography : In what country is Mandalay*burma
Category: Geography : In what country is Taipei*taiwan
Category: Geography : In what country is the highest point in South America*argentina
Category: Geography : In what country is the Jutland peninsula*denmark
Category: Geography : In what country is the lowest point in South America*argentina
Category: Geography : In what country is the Mekong River Delta*vietnam
Category: Geography : In what country is the source of the Blue Nile*ethiopia
Category: Geography : In what country is the Waterloo battlefield*belgium
Category: Geography : In what country is Thunder Bay*canada
Category: Geography : In what island group is Corregidor*philippine
Category: Geography : In what mountain range is Kicking Horse Pass*rockies
Category: Geography : In what state is Concord*new hampshire
Category: Geography : In which city is Red Square*moscow
Category: Geography : In which city is Saint Paul's Cathedral*london
Category: Geography : In which city is the Bridge of Sighs*venice
Category: Geography : In which city is the C.N. Tower*toronto
Category: Geography : In which city is the Canale Grande*venice
Category: Geography : In which city is the Coliseum located*rome
Category: Geography : In which city is the Wailing Wall*jerusalem
Category: Geography : In which city is Wembley Stadium*london
Category: Geography : In which country is Angel Falls*venezuela
Category: Geography : In which country is Brest (NOT Breast;-)*france
Category: Geography : In which country is Cusco*peru
Category: Geography : In which country is Loch Ness*scotland
Category: Geography : In which country is Madras*india
Category: Geography : In which country is Normandy*france
Category: Geography : In which country is Sapporo*japan
Category: Geography : In which country is the Calabria region*italy
Category: Geography : In which country is the Dalai Lama's palace*tibet
Category: Geography : In which country is the Great Victoria Desert*australia
Category: Geography : In which country is the Machu Picchu*peru
Category: Geography : In which country would you find the Yucatan Peninsula*mexico
Category: Geography : In which ocean or sea are the Seychelles*indian
Category: Geography : In which state are Gettysburg and the Liberty Bell*pennsylvania
Category: Geography : In which state are the Finger Lakes*new york
Category: Geography : In which state is Appomattax*virginia
Category: Geography : In which state is Hoover Dam*arizona
Category: Geography : In which state is Mount McKinley*alaska
Category: Geography : In which state is Mount St. Helens*washington
Category: Geography : In which state is Mount Vernon*virginia
Category: Geography : In which state is Stone Mountain*georgia
Category: Geography : In which state is the Kennedy Space Center*florida
Category: Geography : In which state is the Mayo Clinic*minnesota
Category: Geography : In which state is the Painted Desert*arizona
Category: Geography : In which state is Walla Walla*washington
Category: Geography : Into what bay does the Ganges River flow*bengal
Category: Geography : Into what body of water does the Danube River flow*black sea
Category: Geography : Into what body of water does the Yukon River flow*bering sea
Category: Geography : Into what sea does the Elbe River flow*north
Category: Geography : Into what sea does the Mackenzie River flow*beaufort
Category: Geography : Khartoum is the capital of which country*sudan
Category: Geography : Kingston is the capital of which country*jamaica
Category: Geography : Linz, Austria is a leading port on which river*danube
Category: Geography : Madrid and Lisbon are both located near this river.*tagus
Category: Geography : Meridians converge at the ________.* pole s
Category: Geography : Mount Victoria is the highest peak of this island country.*fiji
Category: Geography : Name a country which has the same name as a bird.*turkey
Category: Geography : Name the capital city of Massachusetts.*boston
Category: Geography : Name the capital city of Rhode Island.*providence
Category: Geography : Name the capital of Argentina.*buenos aires
Category: Geography : Name the capital of Brazil.*brazilia
Category: Geography : Name the capital of Italy.*rome
Category: Geography : Name the city at the west end of Lake Superior.*duluth
Category: Geography : Name the continent that consists of a single country.*australia
Category: Geography : Name the desrt located in south-east California.*mojave
Category: Geography : Name the large mountain chain in the eastern U.S.A.*the appalachian s
Category: Geography : Name the largest cathedral in the world.*st. peter's
Category: Geography : Name the largest city in Canada*toronto
Category: Geography : Name the largest island in the world.*greenland
Category: Geography : Name the largest lake in Australia*eyre
Category: Geography : Name the largest river forming part of the U.S. - Mexican border.*rio grande
Category: Geography : Name the last province to become part of Canada.*newfoundland
Category: Geography : Name the longest river in Asia.*yangtze
Category: Geography : Name the longest river in Nigeria*niger
Category: Geography : Name the most north-easterly of the 48 contiguous states.*maine
Category: Geography : Name the only Central American country without an Atlantic coastline.*el salvador
Category: Geography : Name the sea between Asia Minor and Greece.*aegean
Category: Geography : Name the sea between Korea and China.*the yellow sea
Category: Geography : Name the sea north of Alaska.*beaufort
Category: Geography : Name the sea north of Murmansk, Russia.*barents
Category: Geography : Name the sea west of Alaska.*bering
Category: Geography : Name the second largest country in Africa.*algeria
Category: Geography : Name the second largest country in South America.*argentina
Category: Geography : Name the second largest lake in North America.*huron
Category: Geography : Name the smallest of the Great Lakes.*ontario
Category: Geography : Name the strait joining the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.*gibraltar
Category: Geography : Name the U.S. state with the smallest population.*alaska
Category: Geography : Name the world's most photographed and most climbed mountain.*fuji
Category: Geography : Nassau is the capital of which country*bahamas
Category: Geography : On what island is Honolulu*oahu
Category: Geography : On what island is Pearl Harbour*oahu
Category: Geography : On what island is the Blue Grotto*capri
Category: Geography : On what island is the U.S. naval base, Guantanamo*cuba
Category: Geography : On what mountain are four presidents' faces carved*rushmore
Category: Geography : On what peninsula are Spain and Portugal located*the iberia n peninsula
Category: Geography : On what river is the capital city of Canada*ottawa
Category: Geography : On which river is London, England*thames
Category: Geography : On which river is Rome located*tiber
Category: Geography : On which river is the Aswan High Dam*nile
Category: Geography : Over 75% of the Earth's surface is covered by some form of _____.*water
Category: Geography : Rabat is the capital of which country*morocco
Category: Geography : San Francisco Bay is located near what city*san francisco
Category: Geography : Seoul is the capital of which country*south korea
Category: Geography : St. George's is the capital city of what island country*grenada
Category: Geography : Surfing is believed to have originated here.*hawaii
Category: Geography : The Auckland Islands belong to which country*new zealand
Category: Geography : The countries of Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg are together called ________.*benelux
Category: Geography : The Hebrides are part of this country.*scotland
Category: Geography : The Ionian and Cyclades are island groups of which country*greece
Category: Geography : The Little Mermaid is found in the harbour of which city*copenhagen
Category: Geography : The longest river in Western Europe is _________*rhine
Category: Geography : The Nationalist Chinese occupy this island.*taiwan
Category: Geography : The sun sets in the ____*west
Category: Geography : The Thatcher Ferry Bridge crosses what canal*the panama canal
Category: Geography : The United States is made up of __ states.*50
Category: Geography : The Volta is the largest river in which country*ghana
Category: Geography : This Canadian island is the world's fifth largest.*baffin
Category: Geography : This country is divided at the 38th parallel.*korea
Category: Geography : This country occupies the "horn of Africa".*somalia
Category: Geography : This country's flag has a large "R" on it.*rwanda
Category: Geography : This imaginary line approximately follows the 180 degree meridian through the Pacific Ocean.*international date line
Category: Geography : This is called the "Honeymoon Capital" of the world.*niagara falls
Category: Geography : This is the bridge with the longest span in the U.S.A.*verrazano
Category: Geography : This is the only borough of New York City that is not on an island.*bronx
Category: Geography : This is the port city serving Tokyo.*yokohama
Category: Geography : This is the residence of English monarchs.*buckingham palace
Category: Geography : This island group is off the east coast of southern South America.* falkland islands
Category: Geography : This Pacific island's puzzling monoliths attract ethnologists.*easter island
Category: Geography : This re-opened in 1975 after being closed for 8 years.*suez canal
Category: Geography : This section of Manhattan is noted for its Negro and Latin American residents.*harlem
Category: Geography : To what country do the Faeroe Islands belong*denmark
Category: Geography : To what country does the Gaza Strip belong*egypt
Category: Geography : Under what river does the Holland Tunnel run*hudson
Category: Geography : Warsaw is the capital of what country*poland
Category: Geography : What American city is known as Little Havana*miami
Category: Geography : What are drumlins and eskers formed by*glacier
Category: Geography : What are the worlds four oceans - alphabetically*arctic, atlantic, indian and pacific
Category: Geography : What Asian city was once called Edo*tokyo
Category: Geography : What body of water borders Saudi Arabia to the east*persian gulf
Category: Geography : What Canadian city is at the west end of Lake Ontario*hamilton
Category: Geography : What canal connects Lake Ontario and Lake Erie*welland
Category: Geography : What city boasts the Copacabana Beach and Impanema*rio
Category: Geography : What city is associated with Alcatraz*san francisco
Category: Geography : What city is on Lake Erie at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River*cleveland
Category: Geography : What city is the Christian Science Monitor based in*boston
Category: Geography : What city is the Kremlin located*moscow
Category: Geography : What city was the setting for "Gone With the Wind"*atlanta
Category: Geography : What color does the bride wear in China*red
Category: Geography : What continent is Cyprus considered to be part of*asia
Category: Geography : What continent is the home to the greatest number of countries*africa
Category: Geography : What country are the Islands of Quemoy and Matsu part of*taiwan
Category: Geography : What country borders Egypt on the west*libya
Category: Geography : What country borders Egypt to the south*sudan
Category: Geography : What country does the island of Mykonos belong to*greece
Category: Geography : What country formed the union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar*tanzania
Category: Geography : What country has the world's most southerly city*chile
Category: Geography : What country is directly north of Israel*lebanon
Category: Geography : What country is directly north of the continental United States*canada
Category: Geography : What country is directly west of Spain*portugal
Category: Geography : What country is known as the Hellenic Republic*greece
Category: Geography : What country is located between Panama and Nicaragua*costa rica
Category: Geography : What country is Phnom Penh the capital of*cambodia
Category: Geography : What country is Santo Domingo the capital of*dominican republic
Category: Geography : What country owns the island of Corfu*greece
Category: Geography : What country was once known as Gaul*france
Category: Geography : What country was the setting for "Casablanca"*morocco
Category: Geography : What country was the setting for "Doctor Zhivago"*russia
Category: Geography : What English city does the Prime Meridian pass through*greenwich
Category: Geography : What European country administers the island of Martinique*france
Category: Geography : What European country has "Vaduz" as its capital city*liechtenstein
Category: Geography : What famous geyser erupts regularly at the Yellowstone National Park*old faithful
Category: Geography : What is the basic unit of currency for United Kingdom*pound
Category: Geography : What is the basic unit of currency for United States*dollar
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Afghanistan*kabul
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Alaska*juneau
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Algeria*algiers
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Andorra*andorra la vella
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Angola*luanda
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Antigua and Barbuda*saint john's
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Armenia*yerevan
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Australia*canberra
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Austria*vienna
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Azerbaijan*baku
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Bahrain*manama
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Bangladesh*dacca
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Barbados*bridgetown
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Belarus*minsk
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Belgium*brussels
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Belize*belmopan
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Bhutan*thimphu
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Bolivia*la paz
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Bosnia and Hercegovina*sarajevo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Botswana*gaborone
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Brunei*bandar seri
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Bulgaria*sofia
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Burkina Faso*ouagadougou
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Burma*rangoon
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Burundi*bujumbura
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Cambodia*phnom penh
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Canada*ottawa
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Cape Verde*praia
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Central African Republic*bangui
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Chad*n'djamena
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Chile*santiago
Category: Geography : What is the capital of China*beijing
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Colorado*denver
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Comoros*moroni
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Congo*brazzaville
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Croatia*zagreb
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Cuba*havana
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Cyprus*nicosia
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Czech Republic*prague
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Denmark*copenhagen
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Djibouti*djibouti
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Dominica*roseau
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Dominican Republic*santo domingo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Ecuador*quito
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Egypt*cairo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of El Salvador*san salvador
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Equatorial Guinea*malabo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Eritrea*asmara
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Estonia*tallinn
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Ethiopia*addis ababa
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Fiji*suva
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Finland*helsinki
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Florida*tallahassee
Category: Geography : What is the capital of France*paris
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Gabon*libreville
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Gambia*banjul
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Georgia*tbilisi
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Germany*berlin
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Ghana*accra
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Greece*athens
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Grenada*saint george's
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Guatemala*guatemala
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Guinea*conakry
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Guinea-Bissau*bissau
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Guyana*georgetown
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Haiti*port-au-prince
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Honduras*tegucigalpa
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Hungary*budapest
Category: Geography : What is the capital of India*new delhi
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Indonesia*jakarta
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Iran*tehran
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Iraq*baghdad
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Ireland*dublin
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Israel*jerusalem
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Jamaica*kingston
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Japan*tokyo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Jordan*amman
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Kansas*topeka
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Kazakhstan*alma-ata
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Kenya*nairobi
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Kiribati*bairiki
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Kuwait*kuwait city
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Kyrgyzstan*bishkek
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Laos*vientiane
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Latvia*riga
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Lebanon*beirut
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Lesotho*maseru
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Liberia*monrovia
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Libya*tripoli
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Liechtenstein*vaduz
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Lithuania*vilnius
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Luxembourg*luxembourg
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Macedonia*skopje
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Madagascar*antananarivo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Maine*augusta
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Malawi*lilongwe
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Malaysia*kuala lumpur
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Maldives*male
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Mali*bamako
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Malta*valletta
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Marshall Islands*dalap-uliga-darrit
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Mauritania*nouakchott
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Mauritius*port louis
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Mexico*mexico city
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Micronesia*palikir
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Moldova*kishinev
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Monaco*monaco
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Mongolia*ulaanbaatar
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Morocco*rabat
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Mozambique*maputo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Namibia*windhoek
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Nauru*yaren
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Nebraska*licoln
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Nepal*kathmandu
Category: Geography : What is the capital of New Zealand*wellington
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Nicaragua*managua
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Niger*niamey
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Nigeria*abuja
Category: Geography : What is the capital of North Korea*pyongyang
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Norway*oslo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Oman*muscat
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Pakistan*islamabad
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Panama*panama city
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Papua New Guinea*port moresby
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Peru*lima
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Philippines*manila
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Poland*warsaw
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Portugal*lisbon
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Qatar*doha
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Romania*bucharest
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Russia*moscow
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Rwanda*kigali
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Saint Kitts and Nevis*basseterre
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Saint Lucia*castries
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Saint Vincent*kingstown
Category: Geography : What is the capital of San Marino*san marino
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Saudi Arabia*riyadh
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Senegal*dakar
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Seychelles*victoria
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Sierra Leone*freetown
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Singapore*singapore
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Slovakia*bratislava
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Slovenia*ljubljana
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Solomon Islands*honiara
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Somalia*mogadishu
Category: Geography : What is the capital of South Korea*seoul
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Spain*madrid
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Sudan*khartoum
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Suriname*paramaribo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Swaziland*mbabane
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Sweden*stockholm
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Switzerland*bern
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Syria*damascus
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Taiwan*taipei
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tajikistan*dushanbe
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tanzania*dar es salaam
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Thailand*bangkok
Category: Geography : What is the capital of The Bahamas*nassau
Category: Geography : What is the capital of The Netherlands*amsterdam
Category: Geography : What is the capital of the United Arab Emirates*abu dhabi
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tonga*nuku'alofa
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Trinidad and Tobago*port-of-spain
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tunisia*tunis
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Turkey*ankara
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Turkmenistan*ashkhabad
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Tuvalu*fanafuti
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Uganda*kampala
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Ukraine*kiev
Category: Geography : What is the capital of United Kingdom*london
Category: Geography : What is the capital of United States*washington
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Uruguay*montevideo
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Uzbekistan*tashkent
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Vanuatu*vila
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Vatican City*vatican city
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Venezuela*caracas
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Vietnam*hanoi
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Washington state*olympia
Category: Geography : What is the capital of West Virginia*charleston
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Western Samoa*apia
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Wisconsin*madison
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Yugoslavia*belgrade
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Zaire*kinshasa
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Zambia*lusaka
Category: Geography : What is the capital of Zimbabwe*salisbury
Category: Geography : What is the current name for south-west Africa*namibia
Category: Geography : What is the highest mountain in Canada*mt. logan
Category: Geography : What is the largest city in Australia, in terms of population*sydney
Category: Geography : What is the largest city in China*shanghai
Category: Geography : What is the largest of the countries in Central America*nicaragua
Category: Geography : What is the monetary unit of India*rupee
Category: Geography : What is the most sacred river in India*ganges
Category: Geography : What is the official language of Egypt*arabic
Category: Geography : What is the principal river of Ireland*shannon
Category: Geography : What is the second largest of the United States*texas
Category: Geography : What is the smallest Canadian province*prince edward island
Category: Geography : What is the smallest independent state in the world*vatican
Category: Geography : What is the smallest of the Central American countries*el salvador
Category: Geography : What is the world's highest city*lhasa
Category: Geography : What island has Hamilton as its capital*bermuda
Category: Geography : What island is known as the Spice Island*zanzibar
Category: Geography : What mountain range separates Europe from Asia*urals
Category: Geography : What prison island was off the coast of French Guiana*devil
Category: Geography : What river has the largest drainage basin*amazon
Category: Geography : What river is called "Old Man River"*mississippi
Category: Geography : What river is known as China's Sorrow*yellow
Category: Geography : What river is Liverpool on*mersey
Category: Geography : What river is the Temple of Karnak near*nile
Category: Geography : What sea is between Italy and Yugoslavia*adriatic
Category: Geography : What south American country has both a Pacific and Atlantic coastline*colombia
Category: Geography : What state borders Alabama to the north*tennessee
Category: Geography : What state is the Golden State*california
Category: Geography : What state was the home to Mayberry*north carolina
Category: Geography : What symbol is on the flag of Vietnam*star
Category: Geography : What U.S. city is known as Insurance City*hartford
Category: Geography : What U.S. city is named after Saint Francis of Assisi*san francisco
Category: Geography : What U.S. state is known as The Land of 10,000 Lakes*minnesota
Category: Geography : What unit of currency will buy you dinner in Iraq, Jordan, Tunisia and Yugoslavia*dinar
Category: Geography : What US state is completely surrounded by the Pacific Ocean*hawaii
Category: Geography : What volcano showers ash on Sicily*etna
Category: Geography : What's the former name of Istanbul*constantinople
Category: Geography : What's the highest mountain in the 48 contiguous U.S. states*whitney
Category: Geography : Where are the Nazca Lines*peru
Category: Geography : Where are the pyramids located*egypt
Category: Geography : Where is Beacon Street*boston
Category: Geography : Where is Euston Station*london
Category: Geography : Where is George Washington buried*mt. vernon, virginia
Category: Geography : Where is Queen Maud Land located*antarctica
Category: Geography : Where is the Admirality Arch*london
Category: Geography : Where is the city of Brotherly Love*philadelphia
Category: Geography : Where is the Holy Kaaba*mecca
Category: Geography : Where is the Parthenon located*athens
Category: Geography : Where is Westminster Abbey located*london
Category: Geography : Where were the Pillars of Hercules located*gibraltar
Category: Geography : Which Canadian province extends farthest north*quebec
Category: Geography : Which capital is known as the Glass Capital of the World*toledo
Category: Geography : Which Central American country extends furthest north*belize
Category: Geography : Which city has the largest rodeo in the world*calgary
Category: Geography : Which city is known as Motown*detroit
Category: Geography : Which city is known as the Windy City*chicago
Category: Geography : Which city is on the east side of San Francisco Bay*oakland
Category: Geography : Which country administers Christmas Island*australia
Category: Geography : Which country are the Galapagos Islands part of*ecuador
Category: Geography : Which country borders Italy, Switzerland, West Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Liechtenstein*austria
Category: Geography : Which country developed "Tae-Kwan-Do"*korea
Category: Geography : Which country has Ankara as its capital*turkey
Category: Geography : Which country has Budapest as its capital*hungary
Category: Geography : Which country has the longest land border*china
Category: Geography : Which country hosted the 1982 World Cup of soccer*spain
Category: Geography : Which country uses the "yen" for currency*japan
Category: Geography : Which country would come first in an alphabetical list of countries*afghanistan
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 2.5% of the Earth's crust*potassium
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 2.6% of the Earth's crust*magnesium
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 2.83% of the Earth's crust*sodium
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 27.72% of the Earth's crust*silicon
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 3.63% of the Earth's crust*calcium
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 46.6% of the Earth's crust*oxygen
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 5% of the Earth's crust*iron
Category: Geography : Which element makes up 8.13% of the Earth's crust*aluminium
Category: Geography : Which European country has the highest population density*monaco
Category: Geography : Which European country has the lowest population density*iceland
Category: Geography : Which Irish city is famous for its crystal*waterford
Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's fifth largest continent*antarctica
Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's fourth largest continent*south america
Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's largest continent*asia
Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's second largest continent*africa
Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's second smallest continent*europe
Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's smallest continent*oceania
Category: Geography : Which is the Earth's third largest continent*north america
Category: Geography : Which islands were named after Prince Philip of Spain*the philippine s
Category: Geography : Which mainland Latin American country is in neither South America nor Central America*mexico
Category: Geography : Which of the 48 contiguous states extends farthest north*minnesota
Category: Geography : Which of the U.S. states borders only one other state*maine
Category: Geography : Which river contains the most fresh water*amazon
Category: Geography : Which state has Cape Hatteras*north carolina
Category: Geography : Which state has the most hospitals*california
Category: Geography : Which state is divided into two parts by a large lake*michigan
Category: Geography : Which state is the Evergreen State*washington
Category: Geography : Which state is the Garden State*new jersey
Category: Geography : Which state is the Wolverine State*michigan
Category: Geography : Which U.S. city is known as Beantown*boston
Category: Geography : Which U.S. city is known as the Biggest Little City in the World*reno
Category: Geography : Which U.S. state borders a Canadian territory*alaska
Category: Geography : Which U.S. state has the least rainfall*nevada
Category: Geography : Which U.S. state receives the most rainfall*hawaii
Category: Geography : With what country is Fidel Castro associated*cuba
Category: Geography : With which country is Prince Rainier III identified*monaco
Category: Geogrpahy : Name the capital city of Utah.*salt lake city
Category: Geology : Earth's outer layer of surface soil or crust is called the _______.*lithosphere
Category: Geology : Peat, lignite and bituminous are types of _________.*coal
Category: Geology : Slate is formed by the metamorphosis of _________.*shale
Category: Geology : The green variety of beryl is called ________.*emerald
Category: Geology : The molten material from a volcano is ________*lava
Category: Geology : The spot on the Earth's surface directly above an earthquake's focus is called the ______.*epicenter
Category: Geology : The violet variety of quartz is called ________.*amethyst
Category: Geology : There are three types of rocks: metamorphic, sedimentary, and _________.*igneous
Category: Geology : These limestone deposits rise from the floor of caves.*stalagmites
Category: Geology : This is the hardest naturally occurring substance.*diamond
Category: Geology : What name is used to describe permanently-frozen subsoil*permafrost
Category: Gilligans Island: What is the Professor's only concern about his most brilliant idea*if it will work
Category: Grab Bag: Weekly Radio show taped in West Virginia*mountain stage
Category: Grabbag: Pronounced one way, it means majestic, another way, it means a month*august
Category: Grabbag: New England state mentioned in a Mark Twain title, he also lived there*connecticut
Category: Hahaha : This normally has 4 legs and your butt is parked in it right now.*chair
Category: Happy Days takes place in this city.*milwaukee
Category: Hirtory : Name the first black nation to gain freedom from European colonial rule.*haiti
Category: History : Britain and Argentina fought over these islands in 1982.*falkland
Category: History : Canadian Prime Minister: Pierre Elliott __________.*trudeau
Category: History : Churchill, F.D. Roosvelt and Stalin met here in 1945.*yalta
Category: History : Eras are divided into units called ________.*periods
Category: History : For what country did Columbus make his historic voyage*spain
Category: History : Four Japanese carriers were destroyed in this battle.*midway
Category: History : Frankish ruler Charles the Great is better known as _________.*charlemagne
Category: History : From what country did the U.S. buy the Virgin Islands*denmark
Category: History : General Sherman burned this city in 1864.*atlanta
Category: History : Germany's allies in WW II were Japan, Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, Finland, Libya, and _________.*romania
Category: History : Germany's WW I allies were Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and ________.*turkey
Category: History : He advocated the planting peanuts and sweet potatoes to replace cotton and tobacco.*carver
Category: History : He allowed the bugging of the Democratic Committee headquarters.*richard nixon
Category: History : He discovered the Grand Canyon.*coronado
Category: History : He is identified with the expression, "Eureka".*archimedes
Category: History : He is said to have fiddled while Rome burned.*nero
Category: History : He killed Jesse James.*ford
Category: History : He led 900 followers in a mass suicide in 1979.*jim jones
Category: History : He ordered the persecution of Christians in which Peter and Paul died.*nero
Category: History : He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for his civil rights leadership.*martin luther king jr
Category: History : He ruled Rome when Christ was born.*caesar augustus
Category: History : He said, "I have nothing to offer but blood, tears, toil and sweat."*sir winston churchill
Category: History : He shot Lee Harvy Oswald.*ruby
Category: History : He taught Alexander the Great.*aristotle
Category: History : He was assassinated on Dec. 8, 1980 in New York City.*john lennon
Category: History : He was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963.*john fitzgerald kennedy
Category: History : He was defeated at the Battle of Little Bighorn.*general custer
Category: History : He was stabbed by Cassius.*julius caesar
Category: History : He was the American inventor of the Cotton Gin.*whitney
Category: History : He was the captain of the "Mayflower".*standish
Category: History : He was the U.S. president during the Civil War.*abraham lincoln
Category: History : His ship was the H.M.S. Beagle.*charles darwin
Category: History : His wife was Roxana. His horse was Bacephalus. He was ________.*alexander the great
Category: History : How do you write 69 in Roman numerals*lxix
Category: History : How many astronauts manned each Apollo flight*3
Category: History : How old was John F. Kennedy when he became president*43
Category: History : In 1902 this volcano erupted, killing 30,000*pelee
Category: History : In what country did "Sepoy Mutiny" occur*india
Category: History : In what year did England's lease on Hong Kong expire*1997
Category: History : In what year did man first set foot on the moon*1969
Category: History : In what year of WW II did Russia declare war on Japan*1945
Category: History : In which city was President Kennedy killed*dallas
Category: History : In which city were the Hanging Gardens*babylon
Category: History : In which country did the Boxer Rebellion take place*china
Category: History : In which country was Adolf Hitler born*austria
Category: History : In which country was the Rosetta Stone found*egypt
Category: History : Israel occupied the Golan Heights. Whose territory was it*syria
Category: History : Israel occupied the West Bank. It belonged to _______.*jordan
Category: History : John F. Kennedy Airport used to be called __________.*idlewild
Category: History : Mussolini invaded this country in 1935.*ethiopia
Category: History : Name Jacques Cousteau's research ship.*calypso
Category: History : Name the incident in which tea was dumped into the harbour.*boston tea party
Category: History : One who fought professionally in Roman arenas was a(n) ____________.*gladiator
Category: History : She overcame her handicaps to become a lecturer and a scholar.*keller
Category: History : She was called "The Maid of Orleans".*joan of arc
Category: History : She was Queen of Egypt and mistress of Julius Caesar.*cleopatra
Category: History : She was the first First Lady to be received privately by the Pope.*jackie kennedy
Category: History : She was the first woman premier of Israel.*meir
Category: History : She was the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo.*e. earhart
Category: History : She was the first woman to swim the English channel.*ederle
Category: History : She was the greatest trick shot artist of all time.*annie oakley
Category: History : She won the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize for her work among the poor.*mother teresa
Category: History : Spain ceded Florida to Britain in exchange for this territory.*cuba
Category: History : The "Bay of Pigs" fiasco took place in this country.*cuba
Category: History : The Devonian Period is also known as the Age of __________.*fish
Category: History : The first dog in space was named _________.*laika
Category: History : The Inquisition forced him to recant his belief in the Copernican Theory.*galileo
Category: History : The last line of this document is "Working men of all countries, unite."*communist manifesto
Category: History : The Romans built these to convey water.*aqueduct
Category: History : The St. Valentine's Day massacre took place in this city.*chicago
Category: History : This assassin of Julius Caesar was his friend.*brutus
Category: History : This F.B.I agent headed the investigation of Al Capone.*elliot ness
Category: History : This French peasant girl led the army to victories.*joan of arc
Category: History : This frontiersman and politician was killed at the Alamo.*davey crockett
Category: History : This Indian group ruled in early Peru.*inca
Category: History : This is said to be history's greatest military evacuation.*dunkirk
Category: History : This military attack took place on Dec. 7, 1941.*pearl harbour
Category: History : This Nazi leader had his six children poisoned prior to his own death.*goebbels
Category: History : This organization was founded by William Booth.*salvation army
Category: History : This Queen of France was beheaded in 1793.*marie antoinette
Category: History : This racist organization was formed in Tennessee in 1865.*ku klux klan
Category: History : This Roman killed himself after his defeat at Actium.*marc anthony
Category: History : This Sioux Indian toured with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.*sitting bull
Category: History : This Spaniard conquered Mexico.*cortes
Category: History : This U.S. president was fatally shot in 1881.*garfield
Category: History : This U.S. Secretary of State won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973*kissinger
Category: History : This war began on June 25, 1950.*korean
Category: History : This was the largest real estate deal in U.S. history.*louisiana purchase
Category: History : This word describes the Nazi annihilation of Jews.*holocaust
Category: History : Two 747's collided here in 1977.*canary islands
Category: History : U.S. President, Chester Alan ________.*arthur
Category: History : U.S. President, Herbert C. _________.*hoover
Category: History : U.S. President, John Quincy ________.*adams
Category: History : U.S. President: Calvin _________.*coolidge
Category: History : What age preceded the Iron Age*the bronze age
Category: History : What American feminist went bust as a silver dollar*anthony
Category: History : What Chinese dynasty was overthrown in 1911*manchu
Category: History : What group landed in America in 1620*the pilgrim s
Category: History : What is the name of the Russian Czar's daughter who might-or might not-have survived the Russian revolution*anastasia
Category: History : What is the Roman numeral for fifty*l
Category: History : What volcano destroyed Pompeii*vesuvius
Category: History : What was the instrument of execution during the "Reign of Terror"*guillotine
Category: History : What was the name of Plato's school*academy
Category: History : What was the name of the B-29 used at Hiroshima to drop the bomb*enola gay
Category: History : What was the nationality of the prisoners in the "Black hole of Calcutta"*british
Category: History : What was the third country to get the "bomb"*britain
Category: History : What's the resting place of those buried at sea*davey jones's locker
Category: History : Which military battle took place in 1815*waterloo
Category: History : Which nation was led by Genghis Khan*the mongol s
Category: History : Which president was responsible for the Louisiana Purchase*jefferson
Category: History : Which U.S. president said, "The buck stops here"*truman
Category: History : Who is "The Iron Lady"*margaret thatcher
Category: History : Who led the attack on the Alamo*santa anna
Category: History : Who rode naked through the streets of Coventry*lady godiva
Category: History : Who said "Veni, vidi, vici" (I came, I saw, I conquered)*caesar
Category: History : Who said: "Let them eat cake."*marie antoinette
Category: History : Who sang Happy Birthday to John F. Kennedy for his 45th*marilyn monroe
Category: History : Who succeeded Churchill when he resigned in 1955*sir anthony eden
Category: History : Who was "The Mad Monk"*rasputin
Category: History : Who was George Washington's vice-president*adams
Category: History : Who was the first chancellor of West Germany after WW II*adenauer
Category: History : Who was the second to set foot on the moon*buz aldrin
Category: History : Who was, "First in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen"*george washington
Category: Histroy : What did President J. Buchanan not have*a wife
Category: Histroy : What did presidents Madison, Monroe, Polk, and Garfield have in common*the first name " james "
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: About the most massively useful thing a hitchhiker can have.*towel
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Author of the _Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy_ series.*douglas adams
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: British sci-fi TV show that the author of _Hitchhiker's Guide_ wrote for.*dr who
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Every time he was reincarnated, he ended up being killed by Arthur Dent.*agrajag
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Ford Prefect's home was a small planet somewhere in the vicinity of _______.*betelgeuse
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: He especially liked designing the crinkly bits in fjords.*slartibartfast
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: If you stick it in your ear,it acts as a translator by feeding on brain energy.*babel fish
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Name of the Paranoid Android.*marvin
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Name of the Restaurant at the End of the Universe.*milliways
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: The company motto of the hugely successful Sirius Cybernetics Corporation.*share and enjoy
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: The latest revision of the Hitchhiker's Guide has this to say about the Earth:*mostly harmless
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: The planet vacated by over fifteen million hairdressers, TV producers, etc.*golgafrincham
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: They write the third worst poetry in the Universe.*vogons
Category: Hitchhiker Guide: Wowbagger the Infinitely Prolonged goal is to do this to everybody.*insult
Category: Hitchhikers Guide: A mind-boggingly stupid, but very very ravenous, animal.*ravenous bugblatter beast of traal
Category: Hitchhikers Guide: Most worlds in the Galaxy have invented a drink which sounds like this.*gin & tonic
Category: Hitchhikers Guide: The names of the two white mice.*benjy & frankie
Category: Hitchhikers Guide: The Total Perspective Vortex was powered by a piece of this (specific):*fairy cake
Category: Hitchhikers Guide: Unbeknownst to many, the President's job is not to wield power, but to...*draw attention away from it
Category: Hobbies & Leisure: How many discs does each player have to start with in draughts (checkers) *12
Category: Hobbies & Leisure: If you combined k & p to make cables what would your hobby be *knitting
Category: Hobbies & Leisure: Which British game is known as checkers in the USA *draughts
Category: Hobbies & Leisure: Which exercises are designed to increase O2 consumption & speed circulation *aerobics
Category: Hobbies & Leisure: Whose 3-dimensional cube became a 70s & 80s craze *rubiks cube
Category: Hobbies and Leisure: A Royal Flush is the best hand you can get in which game*poker
Category: Hobbies and Leisure: If you're involved in firing, throwing, and glazing, what do you do*pottery
Category: Hobbies and Leisure: What does a twitcher look for*birds
Category: Hobbies and Leisure: What would you buy from a Gibbons' catalogue*stamps
Category: Hobbies and Leisure: Where on your body would you wear flippers*feet
Category: Holidays: Derived from Eostre, the dawn goddess of Anglo-Saxon myth.*easter
Category: Holidays: Good King Wenceslaus was celebrating this feast on.*st stephen
Category: Holidays: Groundhog day is this day in february.*2nd
Category: Holidays: His birthday is celebrated February 12.*lincoln
Category: Holidays: His controversial day falls on October 12.*columbus
Category: Holidays: Mithraism's (Sun God worship) big day falls on the same day as this holiday.*christmas
Category: Holidays: St. Agnes Eve in Great Britian falls on this January day*20
Category: Holidays: This day is the fourth thursday in November.*thanksgiving
Category: Hollywodd : She played the lead role in "Coal Miner's Daughter".*sissy spacek
Category: Hollywood : Actor: _______ Borgnine.*ernest
Category: Hollywood : Actor: ________ Hackman.*gene
Category: Hollywood : Actor: __________ Nimoy.*leonard
Category: Hollywood : Actor: __________ Savalas.*telly
Category: Hollywood : At the end of "Planet of the Apes" what protruded from the rocks*statue of liberty
Category: Hollywood : Barbara Streisand was the female lead in "Hello, Dolly". Who was the male lead*matthau
Category: Hollywood : Charles Laughton played Quasimodo in this epic film.*hunchback of notre dame
Category: Hollywood : Darth Vader was the villan in the movie, "____ Wars".*star
Category: Hollywood : Film Title: ______: A Space Oddessey.*2001
Category: Hollywood : Film Title: ________(a number) Leagues Under the Sea.*20,000
Category: Hollywood : Film Title: An Officer and a(n) _________.*gentleman
Category: Hollywood : Film Title: Fahrenheit ________ (a number).*451
Category: Hollywood : Film Title: The Last Days of _________. (a city)*pompeii
Category: Hollywood : Forrest ____ liked shrimp.*gump
Category: Hollywood : He directed "The Godfather".*francis ford coppola
Category: Hollywood : He directed the movie E.T.*stephen spielberg
Category: Hollywood : He played Superman in the 1978 movie version.*christopher reeve
Category: Hollywood : He starred in "Conan the Barbarian".*arnold schwarzenegger
Category: Hollywood : He starred in, "City Lights".*charlie chaplin
Category: Hollywood : He was known as the "Elephant Man".*john merrick
Category: Hollywood : He was the villain in "Star Wars".*darth vader
Category: Hollywood : His films include: Giant, Written on the Wind, and A Farewell to Arms.*rock hudson
Category: Hollywood : His films include: Spartacus, The Vikings, and Ulysses.*kirk douglas
Category: Hollywood : In "Gone With the Wind", Scarlett regains her wealth by investing in what type of business*sawmill
Category: Hollywood : In 1975 Jack Nicholson won the best actor Oscar for his role in this film.*one flew over the cuckoo's nest
Category: Hollywood : In the 1996 version of "Romeo and Juliet", who played Juliet*danes
Category: Hollywood : In the film "Bright Eyes", Shirley Temple sang about this boat.*"lollipop"
Category: Hollywood : In this 1968 film the husband of an unsuspecting young wife becomes involved with a witch's coven.*rosemary's baby
Category: Hollywood : In which Disney movie is the song "So This Is Love"*cinderella
Category: Hollywood : Name the actor who played the leading role in "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly".*clint eastwood
Category: Hollywood : Name the Disney cartoon in which the character "Belle" appears.*beauty and the beast
Category: Hollywood : Name the first full length color cartoon talking picture.*snow white
Category: Hollywood : Name the musical film named after a state.*oklahoma
Category: Hollywood : Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy star in this 1982 film.*48 hours
Category: Hollywood : Peter Sellers is best known for his role as Inspector _________.*clouseau
Category: Hollywood : She played a Polish refugee in "Sophie's Choice".*meryl streep
Category: Hollywood : She played Lois Lane in the 1978 film version of "Superman".*kidder
Category: Hollywood : She starred in the 1952 film, "Niagara".*marilyn monroe
Category: Hollywood : The first 18 minutes of this movie is black and white.*wizard of oz
Category: Hollywood : The song "Matchmaker, Matchmaker" came from which musical play*fiddler on the roof
Category: Hollywood : The two rival gangs in "West Side Story" were the Sharks and the _________.*jets
Category: Hollywood : This 1974 film started a run of nostalgia culminating in the TV series "Happy Days".*american graffiti
Category: Hollywood : This actress appeared in "St. Elmo's Fire", "The Scarlett Letter", and "Striptease".*demi moore
Category: Hollywood : This actress was Miss Hungary of 1936.*zsa-zsa gabor
Category: Hollywood : This Disney movie relies heavily on computer animation.*tron
Category: Hollywood : This film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer wont he best picture Oscar for 1965.*sound of music
Category: Hollywood : This film starring Richard Beymer and Natalie Wood won the best picture Oscar for 1961.*west side story
Category: Hollywood : This film was an ambitious concert sequence of cartoons by Walt Disney.*fantasia
Category: Hollywood : This is a classic film about a huge gorilla.*king kong
Category: Hollywood : This magic word was in the movie, "Mary Poppins".*supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
Category: Hollywood : This movie directed by Woody Allen won the best picture Oscar in 1978.*annie hall
Category: Hollywood : This movie is about the migration of poor workers from the dust bowl to the Californian fruit valleys.*the grapes of wrath
Category: Hollywood : This movie starring Marlon Brando won the best picture award in 1972.*the godfather
Category: Hollywood : This was the first 3-D film.*bwana devil
Category: Hollywood : This was the first cartoon talking picture.*steamboat willie
Category: Hollywood : This was the sequel to "Star Wars".*empire strikes back
Category: Hollywood : This was the sequel to "The Empire Strikes Back".*return of the jedi
Category: Hollywood : What actor appeared in all three of these films, Straw Dogs, Midnight Cowboy, and The Graduate*dustin hoffman
Category: Hollywood : What actress has received the most Oscar nominations*katherine hepburn
Category: Hollywood : What actress's real name was Frances Gumm*judy garland
Category: Hollywood : What city's police force did Charlie Chan work with*honolulu
Category: Hollywood : What color was Bullitt's car*green
Category: Hollywood : What country was the setting for "The King and I"* siam (thailand)
Category: Hollywood : What detective duo was featured in Mystery at Devil's Paw*hardy
Category: Hollywood : What does the statue of Oscar stand on*a reel of film
Category: Hollywood : What famous animal character called "Skull Island" home*king kong
Category: Hollywood : What film did John Wayne win his only Oscar for*true grit
Category: Hollywood : What is Hawkeye's full name in M.A.S.H.*benjamin franklin pierce
Category: Hollywood : What is the destination of the plane at the end of the film "Casablanca"*lisbon
Category: Hollywood : What is the name of Pearce Brosnan's first James Bond film*goldeneye
Category: Hollywood : What is the name of the rabbit in the film, "Bambi"*thumper
Category: Hollywood : What is the name of the skunk in the film, "Bambi"*flower
Category: Hollywood : What is the name of the Volkswagen in the film, "The Love Bug"*herbie
Category: Hollywood : What is the name of the whale that swallowed Pinocchio.*monstro
Category: Hollywood : What is the stage name of Greta Gustafson*garbo
Category: Hollywood : What is the title of the 1996 sequel to "Terms of Endearment"*morning star
Category: Hollywood : What kind of creature was Chewbacca in "Star Wars"*wookiee
Category: Hollywood : What two words are normally at the end of most movies*the end
Category: Hollywood : What was "Rocky's" last name*balboa
Category: Hollywood : What was Citizen Kane's dying word*rosebud
Category: Hollywood : What was Dorothy's last name in "The Wizard of Oz"*gale
Category: Hollywood : What was Rocky's nickname in the ring*italian stallion
Category: Hollywood : What was Sir Alec Guinness's role in "Star Wars"*obi-wan kenobi
Category: Hollywood : What was the first film directed by Robert Redford*ordinary people
Category: Hollywood : What was the name of Ashley Wilkes' plantation in "Gone With the Wind"*twelve oaks
Category: Hollywood : What was the name of Han Solo's spaceship in "Star Wars"*millenium falcon
Category: Hollywood : What was the name of Luke's strange little advisor in "The Empire Strikes Back"*yoda
Category: Hollywood : What was the name of the motel in the film "Psycho"*bates
Category: Hollywood : What was the setting for "The Sound of Music"*austria
Category: Hollywood : Which actor said, "Love means never having to say you're sorry"*ryan o'neil
Category: Hollywood : Which character in "Forrest Gump" loved shrimp*bubba
Category: Hollywood : Which character sang "Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are" in "The Wizard of Oz"*glinda
Category: Hollywood : Which character sang, "When you wish upon a star.." in Disney's "Pinocchio"*jiminy cricket
Category: Hollywood : Which comedy duo did the famous, "Who's on first" routine*abbott and costello
Category: Hollywood : Which planet was the "Planet of the Apes"*earth
Category: Hollywood : Who co-starred with Julie Andrews in "Mary Poppins"*dick van dyke
Category: Hollywood : Who hosted the 1997 Grammy Awards*helen degeneres
Category: Hollywood : Who is the fastest mouse in All of Mexico*speedy gonzales
Category: Hollywood : Who is the male lead in the "Naked Gun" movies*leslie nielsen
Category: Hollywood : Who is the voice of Darth Vadar*james earl jones
Category: Hollywood : Who is Warren Beatty's sister*shirley maclaine
Category: Hollywood : Who played "Robin" to Val Kilmer's "Batman"*o'donnell
Category: Hollywood : Who played Brad Pitt's cop partner in the movie "Seven"*morgan freeman
Category: Hollywood : Who played Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz"*judy garland
Category: Hollywood : Who played Garth in Wayne's World *dana carvey
Category: Hollywood : Who played Matt Helm in the movies*dean martin
Category: Hollywood : Who played Scarlette O'Hara in "Gone With the Wind"*vivien leigh
Category: Hollywood : Who played the 'Wicked Witch of the West' in "The Wizard of Oz"*hamilton
Category: Hollywood : Who played the role of Richard Blaine in Casablanca*humphrey bogart
Category: Hollywood : Who plays the character of the only escapee from Alcatraz in the movie "The Rock"*sean connery
Category: Hollywood : Who portrayed Han Solo in "Star Wars"*harrison ford
Category: Hollywood : Who portrayed Moses in "The Ten Commandments"*charlton heston
Category: Hollywood : Who produced, directed and starred in "Citizen Kane"*orson welles
Category: Hollywood : Who starred with John Travolta in the movie "Broken Arrow"*christian slater
Category: Hollywood : Who was C3PO's sidekick in "Star Wars"*r2d2
Category: Host of the annual labor day telethon.*jerry lewis
Category: In what languages except english did Einstuerzende Neubauten record 'blume' *french and japanese
Category: Intl Beers: Admeeral Tyeyskoye:*russia
Category: Intl Beers: Escudo:*chile
Category: Intl Beers: Ngok' Malt Liquor:*zaire
Category: Intl Beers: Pilsner Urquell:*czechoslavakia
Category: Intl Beers: Prestige Stout:*haiti
Category: IRC : What three letters are overly used to indicate "Laugh Out Loud"*lol
Category: Johnny Got His Gun_*dalton trumbo
Category: Junk Food: British: fish and _____*chips
Category: Junk Food: Contorted bread sticks with salt crystals on the outside*pretzel
Category: Junk Food: Coors, Budweiser, Miller, Samuel Adams, Old Milwaukee*beer
Category: Junk Food: Flavourful product mixed with your own sugar and water; a kid's favourite*kool aid
Category: Junk Food: Folgers, Nescafe, Sanka, Eight O'Clock, Brothers, Taster's Choice*coffee
Category: Junk Food: Former U.S. President George Bush's favorite junk food*pork rinds
Category: Junk Food: Fried yeast product with a hole in the middle; usually glazed or frosted*donut
Category: Junk Food: Frozen dairy product in various flavors like chocolate, vanilla, strawberry*ice cream
Category: Junk Food: Orange, elongated puffy things with a cheese flavoring*cheetos
Category: Junk Food: Orville Reddenbacher, Jiffy Pop, Movietime*popcorn
Category: Junk Food: Oscar Meyer, Armour, Sigmans, Ball Park*hot dogs
Category: Junk Food: Peter Pan, Jif, Skippy*peanut butter
Category: Junk Food: Puffy white soft pillows of sugar; good raw or roasted over a campfire*marshmallows
Category: Junk Food: Soft drink with the slogan: "For a new generation"*pepsi
Category: Junk Food: Spun sugar on a stick; often found at carnivals*cotton candy
Category: Junk Food: The manufacturer of Twinkies*hostess
Category: Junk Food: The southern (U.S.) word for these are "goobers"*peanuts
Category: Junk Food: This product comes in a little box with a sailor on it*cracker jacks
Category: Kids in the Hall: A Mark McKinney character says "I'm _ your head!"*crushing
Category: Kids in the Hall: Bruce instructed Kevin how to be a fan of this band*the doors
Category: Kids in the Hall: Bruce wished that this dead celebrity could be his landlord*elvis
Category: Kids in the Hall: Dave Foley has a positive attitude toward this female body process*menstruation
Category: Kids in the Hall: The Kids discovered this to be the cause of cancer*bruce mcculloch
Category: Kids in the Hall: This Kid argued that nudity was the key to popularity*mark mckinney
Category: Kids in the Hall: Underling to MC Simon Milligan*hecubus
Category: Kids in the Hall: Usually spotted wearing a towel*paul bellini
Category: Kulture: She wrote "Valley of the Dolls".*jaqueline susann
Category: Langauge : Many Meanings: Fuel, vapor, flattulence, helium. What is it*gas
Category: Language : Multiple Meanings: Drinking utensils or sight-enhancers.*glasses
Category: Language : Multiple Meanings: Slamming your hands together quickly, or a venereal disease.*clap
Category: Language : Name the soda that is often confused with a drug.*coke
Category: Language : Subject, verb and object are parts of a _________.*sentence
Category: Language : This animal is found at the beginning of an (English) encyclopedia*aardvark
Category: Language : What is the only English word formed by the first three letters of the alphabet*cab
Category: Language : What three letter word means the same as "to ingest"*eat
Category: Languages : "Entre nous" means __________.*between ourselves
Category: Languages : "faux pas" means ___________.*mistake
Category: Languages : Mardi Gras is French for ___________.*fat tuesday
Category: Languages : The name Australia is derived from the Latin word "australis" which means _______.*southern
Category: Languages : The name for this semi-precious stone comes from the Latin for "sea water"*aquamarine
Category: Languages : What does "c'est la vie" mean*that's life
Category: Languages : What ONE word fits ____hood; ____hole; ____date.*man
Category: Languages : What ONE word fits ____stream; ____hill; _____pour.*down
Category: Languages : What word contains the combination of letters: "xop"*saxophone
Category: Legend: Say's the goblin? "This shot shall be just as sweet as ____"*pie
Category: Legend: What does Jack cut off of Darkness*his hands
Category: Legend: What does the goblin take from the stallion unicorn?*horn
Category: Legend: What, according to himself, does Gump know*everything
Category: Legend: When the stallion unicorn dies, what falls over the land*winter
Category: Legend: Who is keeping her true size a secret?*oona
Category: Legend: Who plays Darkness?*tim curry
Category: Legend: Who wakes up thinking he's dead*brown tom
Category: Legend: Who, besides Lily, has a crush on Jack*oona
Category: Literary Characters: Also know as Mistress Betty this English adventuress is a creation of Defoe*moll flanders
Category: Literary Characters: American expatriate who joins the loyalists in 'For whom the bell tolls'*robert jordan
Category: Literary Characters: He is an orphan and the unwanted ward of his sister in 'Great Expectations'*philip pirrip
Category: Literary Characters: In Melville's 'Moby Dick' he hails from the south sea island of Kovovoko*queequeg
Category: Literary Characters: The boy who will not grow up*peter pan
Category: Literary Characters: The ever sobbing animal in 'Alice in Wonderland'*mock turtle
Category: Literary Characters: The invisible man in H.G. Wells's novel*griffin
Category: Literary Characters: This impecunious man is always 'waiting for something to turn up'*wilkins micawber
Category: Literature : "The Diary of Anne Frank" was first published in English under what title*the diary of a young girl
Category: Literature : Captain Hook, Tiger Lily, and Tinker Bell are characters in what story*peter pan
Category: Literature : Dr. Seuss wrote this book: The Cat in the______.*hat
Category: Literature : Edgar Allen Poe wrote a famous poem about his animal.*raven
Category: Literature : From which Shakespeare play is this line taken: Double, double*macbeth
Category: Literature : From which Shakespeare play is this line taken: Goodnight, goodnight! parting is such sweet sorrow, That I should say goodnight till it be morrow.*romeo and juliet
Category: Literature : From which Shakespeare play is this line taken: To be or not to*hamlet
Category: Literature : From which Shakespeare play is this line taken: What in a name That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet.*romeo and juliet
Category: Literature : How many lines are in a sonnet*14
Category: Literature : How many plays is Shakespeare generally credited with today*37
Category: Literature : Name the Shakespeare play from this ultra short plot summary: Urged on by his wife, a man murders his king in order to take his place.*macbeth
Category: Literature : Stephen King's: " Pet ________".*cemetary
Category: Literature : Stephen King's: " The Dead ________".*zone
Category: Literature : Stephen King's: "Salem's _________".*lot
Category: Literature : This girl hid from the Nazis in Amsterdam.*anne frank
Category: Literature : This Shakespearean king was the actual king of Scotland for 17 years.*macbeth
Category: Literature : What did Jeannie C. Riley describe as "a little Peyton Place"*harper valley
Category: Literature : What other name does Stephen King write under*richard bachman
Category: Literature : What publication was subtitled The What's New Magazine*popular science
Category: Literature : What Shakespearean play features the line: A plague on both your houses*romeo and juliet
Category: Literature : What was the name of Mother Goose's son*jack
Category: Literature Authors: Look Homeward Angel*thomas wolfe
Category: Literature Authors: Moll Flanders*daniel defoe
Category: Literature Authors: The Doom that Came to Sarnath and other short stories*hp lovecraft
Category: Literature Authors: Tom Jones*henry fielding
Category: Literature Authors: White Fang*jack london
Category: Litterature : Homer wrote this account of the Trojan War.*iliad
Category: Logic : You are in a room where all walls face south. A bear walks by. What color is it*white
Category: Lord of the Rings: Frodo is chosen to deliver The Ring into the heart of what*mount doom
Category: Lord of the Rings: From whom did Bilbo obtain The Ring*gollum
Category: Lord of the Rings: Gandalf's elven name.*mithrandir
Category: Lord of the Rings: What is the name of Gandalf's horse*shadowfax
Category: Lord of the Rings: Who had decieved the Lord of Rohan for a number of years*wormtongue
Category: Made In Canada: City where Motley Crue recorded Dr. Feelgood.*vancouver
Category: Made In Canada: City where the big Faith No More/Metallica/Guns'N'Roses riot occured in '91*montreal
Category: Made In Canada: James Labrie's band previous to Dream Theater:*winter rose
Category: Made In Canada: The name of the major copyright corporation in Canada*socan
Category: Made In Canada: The only Canadian band to win Yamaha's International MusicQuest.*haywire
Category: Magazines: This magazine chronicled the Man of Bronze and the Fabulous Five.*doc savage
Category: Magazines: This magazine features departments "Picks & Pans" and "Chatter"*people
Category: Magazines: This magazine used to boast a circulation of 7,777,777.*better homes and gardens
Category: Magazines: This subject is covered in the magazine "Bondage" (two words)*james bond
Category: Magazines: Womens magazine launched by New York in the 70's.*ms
Category: Magic Gathering: 2/4, Banding, White*icatian phalanx
Category: Magic Gathering: 7/7 Flying, Green/White/Blue*arcades sabboth
Category: Magic Gathering: Contract from Below requires you to play for ____*ante
Category: Magic Gathering: The First Magic book*arena
Category: Magic Gathering: This card allows you to take one extra turn*time walk
Category: Mathematics : A line drawn from an angle of a triangle to the mid-point of the opposite side is a(n) _______.*median
Category: Mathematics : A triangle with three equal sides is called _______.*equilateral
Category: Mathematics : A triangle with two equal sides is called __________.*isosceles
Category: Mathematics : An angle greater than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees is a(n) ________ angle.*reflex
Category: Mathematics : An angle greater than 90 degrees is said to be _________.*obtuse
Category: Mathematics : An integer that is greater than 1 and is divisible only by itself and 1 is known as a(n) _______.*prime
Category: Mathematics : Approximately how many inches are there in one meter*39
Category: Mathematics : Arc, radius, and sector are parts of a(n) _________.*circle
Category: Mathematics : He is known as "The Father of Geometry".*euclid
Category: Mathematics : How many corners are there in a cube*eight
Category: Mathematics : How many nickles are there in $2.25*45
Category: Mathematics : If you cut through a solid sphere what shape will the flat area be*circle
Category: Mathematics : Name the number system which uses only the symbols 1 and 0.*the binary system
Category: Mathematics : The angles inside a square total _______ degrees.*360
Category: Mathematics : The mathematical study of properties of lines, angels, etc., is ________.*geometry
Category: Mathematics : The space occupied by a body is called its ______.*volume
Category: Mathematics : Two angles that total 180 degrees are called _______.*supplementary
Category: Mathematics : What geometric shape has 4 equal sides*square
Category: McDonalds: After the first cup of this beverage, refills are usually free.*coffee
Category: McDonalds: All of their products seem to be prefaced with which 2 letters*mc
Category: McDonalds: McDonald's 'Iced Tea' is actually this brand*nestea
Category: McDonalds: On St Patricks day you can get shakes that are this color?*green
Category: McDonalds: Out of the two big cola brands, which one do they sell*coca cola
Category: McDonalds: Sesame Bun, thick pattie, extra cheese, pickles, sauce.*quarter pounder
Category: McDonalds: Soft Bun, Pickles, Sauce, Pattie.*hamburger
Category: McDonalds: The burger stealer in a convicts outfit?*hamburgular
Category: McDonalds: These things may sound like Scottish lumps of gold, but are food.*mcnuggets
Category: McDonalds: This is a common nickname for McDonalds(singular)*micky d
Category: McDonalds: What is their large morning meal with Eggs,Sausage,Hash Browns etc, called?*big breakfast
Category: McDonalds: Who is McDonald's mascot(full name)*ronald mcdonald
Category: McDonalds: You can get these with Chocolate or Strawberry Toppings to name a few.*sundae
Category: Mecidine : Doctors often have this instrument around their neck.*stethoscope
Category: Medicine : A baby doctor is a _________.*pediatrician
Category: Medicine : A bone specialist is a(n) ________.*osteopath
Category: Medicine : A loss of memory is known as __________.*amnesia
Category: Medicine : A medicine that hastens the emptying of the bowels is called a ________.*laxative
Category: Medicine : A non-cancerous tumor is said to be _______.*benign
Category: Medicine : A thread used in surgery to tie a bleeding blood vessel is called a(n) _________.*ligature
Category: Medicine : Carditis, affects the ________.*heart
Category: Medicine : Due to a lack of vitamin C, sailors used to contract this disease.*scurvy
Category: Medicine : Encephalitis affects the ________.*brain
Category: Medicine : Gastritis affects the __________.*stomach
Category: Medicine : Hammer, anvil, and stirrup are parts of ________.*ear
Category: Medicine : He discovered the process of vaccination for prevention of smallpox.*edward jenner
Category: Medicine : Hepatitis affects the __________.*liver
Category: Medicine : How many bones are there in the human body*206
Category: Medicine : How many chambers does the human heart have*four
Category: Medicine : How many pints of blood does the average human have in his/her body*twelve
Category: Medicine : In the field of psychiatry this term means self-love.*narcissism
Category: Medicine : In what organ of the body is insulin produced*pancreas
Category: Medicine : In which organ is a clear watery solution known as the "aqueous humor" found*eye
Category: Medicine : In which organ is a pulmonary disease located*lung
Category: Medicine : In which organ is your "hypothalmus" located*brain
Category: Medicine : Infantile Paralysis is commonly known as ________.*polio
Category: Medicine : Meningitis affects the _________.*brain
Category: Medicine : Myositis affects the _________.*muscle
Category: Medicine : Name the hardest substance in the human body.*enamel
Category: Medicine : Name the largest artery in the human body.*aorta
Category: Medicine : Name the largest gland in the human body.*liver
Category: Medicine : Osteomyelitis affects the _________.*bones
Category: Medicine : Peritonitis, affects the ________.*abdomen
Category: Medicine : Prosthetics deals with the making of __________.*artificial limb
Category: Medicine : Tarsus, metatarsus, and phalanges are parts of a(n) _________.*foot
Category: Medicine : The branch of medicine dealing with curing by operative procedures is ________.*surgery
Category: Medicine : The correct name for the voice box is the _________.*larynx
Category: Medicine : The lack of this element in the diet is a cause of goitre.*iodine
Category: Medicine : The largest single organ of the human body is the ________.*skin
Category: Medicine : The teeth used for biting or cutting are known as _______.*incisors
Category: Medicine : These animals were once used to bleed the sick.*leech
Category: Medicine : These attach muscles to bones or cartilage.*tendon
Category: Medicine : This branch of medicine deals with old age and its diseases.*geriatrics
Category: Medicine : This disease consists of a purposeless, continual growth of white blood cells.*leukemia
Category: Medicine : This fingerlike projection is attached to the large intestine.*appendix
Category: Medicine : This is known as "The Royal Disease".*hemophilia
Category: Medicine : This large bean-shaped lymph gland can expand and contract as needed.*spleen
Category: Medicine : This membrane controls the amount of light entering the eye.*iris
Category: Medicine : This organ is a small pouch that stores bile.*gall bladder
Category: Medicine : This parasite lives in the intestines of man and animals.*tapeworm
Category: Medicine : This small gland attached to the brain exerts a control over growth.*pituitary
Category: Medicine : Ulna, radius, and clavicle are types of __________.*bone
Category: Medicine : What disease is also known as "rubella"*german measles
Category: Medicine : What hormone is produced by the adrenal glands*adrenaline
Category: Medicine : What is a skin specialist called*dermatologist
Category: Medicine : What is an organism called that lives on or in a host animal*parasite
Category: Medicine : What is the biggest disqualifying factor for prospective astronauts*eyesight
Category: Medicine : What is the medical term for cancer of the blood*leukemia
Category: Medicine : What is the name of the bone in the lower leg*tibia
Category: Medicine : What kind of poisoning is known as plumbism*lead
Category: Medicine : What toe is the foot reflexology pressure point for the head*big toe
Category: Medicine : Where do you find the medulla oblongata*brain
Category: Medicine : Where in the body is the tiniest human muscle*ear
Category: Medicine : Which disease is also known as "Hansen's Disease"*leprosy
Category: Medicine : With what body part is otology involved*ear
Category: Meteorology : This dry, warm wind flows eastward down the slopes of the Rocky Mountains.*chinook
Category: Misc Games: a.k.a a pair of aces & a pair of eights*dead mans hand
Category: Misc Games: How many tiles does a player play to score a bingo in Scrabble*7
Category: Misc Games: How much is the luxury tax (in dollars) in Monopoly*75
Category: Misc Games: Monopoly penalty space between Baltic Ave. and Reading RR (2 wds)*income tax
Category: Misc Games: Number of points lost for scratching off the blue ball in snooker*5
Category: Misc Games: Term for any number between 19 & 36 in Roulette*passe
Category: Misc Games: Term for any number between one & 18 in Roulette*manque
Category: Misc Games: The easiest to defend continent in Risk*australia
Category: Misc Games: This is the length, in feet, of a regulation Snooker table*12
Category: Misc Games: Word derived from "shah mat", from the arabic for "the king is dead"*checkmate
Category: Misc Music Magic: Wrote the songs for "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"*andrew lloyd webber
Category: Monopoly: Cost to buy Electric Company*150
Category: Monopoly: Cost to buy New York Avenue*200
Category: Monopoly: Cost to buy Oriental Avenue*100
Category: Monopoly: Cost to buy Vermont Avenue*100
Category: Monopoly: Get Out of Jail*50
Category: Movie Lines: Go ahead, take a good look. When you're through, we'll continue.*man without a face
Category: Music : "He's So Fine", "One Fine Day" and "A Love So Fine" where hits for what fine group*the chiffons
Category: Music : "Joy to the World" was a hit in 1971 for what band with three lead vocalists*three dog night
Category: Music : Besides "Auld Lang Syne" and "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow", what is the most frequently sung song in English*happy birthday
Category: Music : Fifties rock "n" roll was revived by what greased hair, T-shirted, TV frequenting group*sha
Category: Music : Jerry Lee Lewis had Great _____ Of Fire.*balls
Category: Music : Name Jerry Garcia's long lived group.*the grateful dead
Category: Music : The Who's rock musical stars Elton John. It's called ________.*tommy
Category: Music : This female artist enjoyed sucess on both popular and country & western stations with such tunes as "Let Me Be There" and "Have You Never Been Mellow."*olivia newton-john
Category: Music : This was the Beatle's first film.*a hard day's night
Category: Music : What band recorded the 1978 hit album: "Briefcase Full of Blues"*the blues brothers
Category: Music : What city is also known as Music City, U.S.A.*nashville
Category: Music : What country singer/songwriter (and sometimes actor) is known as "the country outlaw"*willie nelson
Category: Music : What entertainer is allowing one of his songs to be used in a government campaign to beat drunk driving*michael jackson
Category: Music : What famous classical composer continued to compose great music after becoming deaf*beethoven
Category: Music : What famous singer was known to give automobiles to complete strangers*elvis presley
Category: Music : What group refused to have their pictures taken while they were not in their makeup*kiss
Category: Music : What group's biggest-ever hit was Be My Baby*the ronettes
Category: Music : What Procol Harem tune was based on the Bach cantata Sleepers Awake*a whiter shade of pale
Category: Music : What song by Don McLean talks about the day Buddy Holly died*american pie
Category: Music : What song did Aretha Franklin sing in Blues Brothers *think
Category: Music : What was Elvis Presley's wife's name*priscilla
Category: Music : What was The Beatles' biggest hit single*hey jude
Category: Music : What's the name of B.B. King's guitar*lucille
Category: Music : Who invented the electrical bass*fender
Category: Music : Who recorded the 1957 hit Tammy*debby reynolds
Category: Music : Who recorded the lengthy song: "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" in 1969*iron butterfly
Category: Music : Who was the first singer in Genesis*peter gabriel
Category: Music : Whose theme song was Back In The Saddle Again*gene autry 's
Category: Mythology : The sea gods had a three-pronged spear called a(n) ________.*trident
Category: Mythology : This Greek mountain was known as the home of the gods.*olympus
Category: Mythology : What has no reflection, no shadow, and can't stand the smell of garlic*vampire
Category: Mythology : What's heaven to fallen Norse warriors*valhalla
Category: Mythology : Where did Robin Hood supposedly live*sherwood forest
Category: Mythology : Which ancient continent is said to be submerged*atlantis
Category: Name Biblical Character: Became the adopted son of Mary the mother of Jesus*john
Category: Name Biblical Character: Father of Methuselah*enoch
Category: Name Biblical Character: Initial co-worker of Paul in his second mission*silas
Category: Name Biblical Character: Jew who became queen of another country*esther
Category: Name Biblical Character: Pleaded for Jesus to heal his dying daughter*jairus
Category: Name That Celebrity: Author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings*j.r.r. tolkein
Category: Name That Celebrity: Circus clown famous for Weary Willie*emmett kelly
Category: Name That Celebrity: Edgar Bergen's dummy*charlie mccarthy
Category: Name That Celebrity: He has entertained American troops in every war since WWII*bob hope
Category: Name That Celebrity: Host of Twenty One, Tic Tac Dough, and The Joker's Wild*jack barry
Category: Name That Celebrity: World's most famous mime*marcel marceau
Category: Name The Author: Fear Of Flying, How To Save Your Own Life*jong
Category: Name The Author: Steppe, Juxtaposition, Fractal Mode*piers anthony
Category: Name The Author: The Drifters, Tales Of The South Pacific, Toko-ri*james michener
Category: Name The Author: The Great And Secret Show, Weaveworld, Imajica*clive barker
Category: Name The Author: The Sword Of Shannara, Magic Kingdom For Sale -- Sold*terry brooks
Category: Name The Poet: A Red, Red Rose*robert burns
Category: Name The Poet: A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning*john donne
Category: Name The Poet: On His Blindness*john milton
Category: Name The Poet: Ozymandias*percy bysshe shelley
Category: Name The Poet: Song: To Cynthia*ben jonson
Category: Name The Poet: The Book of Nightmares*galway kinnell
Category: Name The Poet: The Branch Will Not Break*james wright
Category: Name The Poet: The Rape of a Lock*alexander pope
Category: Name The Poet: Ulysses*lord tennyson
Category: Name The Poet: Variation of a Theme by William Carlos Williams*kenneth koch
Category: Name Their Job 2: Billie Jean King*tennis
Category: Name Their Job 2: Harold Stassen*mayor
Category: Name Their Job 2: June Allyson*actress
Category: Name Their Job 2: Kate Smith*singer
Category: Name Their Job 2: Willie Shoemaker*jockey
Category: Name Their Job1: Swifty Lazar*hollywood agent
Category: Name Their Job: Barry Commoner*scientist
Category: Name Their Job: Don King*fight promoter
Category: Name Their Job: Ellen Goodman*columnist
Category: Name Their Job: H.L. Mencken*journalist
Category: Name Their Job: Harold Stassen*mayor
Category: Name Their Job: Jean-Pierre Rampal*flautist
Category: Name Their Job: Marvin Mitchelson*divorce lawyer
Category: Name Their Job: Pat Buchanan*politician
Category: Name Their Job: Rupert Murdoch*publisher
Category: National Anthems: ...At your feet, two oceans roar for your noble mission.*panama
Category: National Anthems: ...The hope of 2000 years, To be a free people in our land, the land of ...*israel
Category: National Anthems: ...The United Provinces of the South, their throne full of dignity opened...*argentina
Category: National Anthems: Fellow Slavs, the spirit of your ancient breed triumphs...*yugoslavia
Category: National Anthems: Yes,we love this country,as it arises rugged, storm-scarred, above the water...*norway
Category: Natural History : Name the largest of the dinosaurs.*brachiosaurus
Category: Natural History : The remains of prehistoric organisms that have been preserved in rocks are called ________.*fossil
Category: Nature : A "sirocco" refers to a type of __________.*wind
Category: Nature : A calm ocean region near the equator.*doldrum
Category: Nature : A coral island consisting of a ring of rock enclosing a central lagoon is a(n) ________.*atoll
Category: Nature : A group of gorillas is known as a ___________.*band
Category: Nature : A group of kangaroos is known as a _______.*troop
Category: Nature : A hot spring which shoots steam into the air is a _______.*geyser
Category: Nature : A one-humped camel is called a _________.*dromedary
Category: Nature : A relationship between two different types of organism which live together for their mutual benefit.*symbiosis
Category: Nature : A terrapin is a type of _________.*turtle
Category: Nature : An animal is a bird if it has _______.*feathers
Category: Nature : An animal is a fish if it has _________.*gill
Category: Nature : Corolla, filament and stigma are parts of a(n) _________.*flower
Category: Nature : Dense sea-water swamps along coasts of hot countries are called ________.*mangrove
Category: Nature : Dogs bark. What do donkeys do*bray
Category: Nature : Excluding man, what is the longest-lived land mammal*elephant
Category: Nature : Fandible, lateral line, and dorsal fin are parts of a(n) ________.*fish
Category: Nature : From what animal is "ambergis" obtained*sperm whale
Category: Nature : How man legs does a crab have*ten
Category: Nature : How many teats does a cow have*four
Category: Nature : How many tentacles does a squid have*ten
Category: Nature : Imperial, Buck, and Luna are types of _________.*moth
Category: Nature : Knife, Clown, and Pencil are types of __________.*fish
Category: Nature : Linseed oil is obtained from the seed of which plant*flax
Category: Nature : Maxillary palps, abdomen, and metathorax are parts of a(n) ________.*insect
Category: Nature : Name the fastest land animal over a prolonged distance (1,000 yd. plus)*antelope
Category: Nature : Name the heaviest breed of domestic dog.*bernard
Category: Nature : Name the heaviest flying bird of prey.*condor
Category: Nature : Name the largest living bird.*ostrich
Category: Nature : Name the largest web-footed bird.*albatross
Category: Nature : Name the longest venomous snake.*cobra
Category: Nature : Name the mammal living at the highest altitude.*yak
Category: Nature : Name the most venomous spider.*black widow
Category: Nature : Name the only native North American marsupial.*opossum
Category: Nature : Name the slowest moving land mammal.*sloth
Category: Nature : Name the smallest breed of dog.*chihuahua
Category: Nature : Name the wild dogs of Australia.*dingo
Category: Nature : Paper is made from the pulp of _____.*wood
Category: Nature : Snakes are reptiles. What are frogs*amphibians
Category: Nature : Some animals spend the winter in a sleep-like state known as _________.*hibernation
Category: Nature : The "canebrake", "timber" and "pygmy" are types of what*rattlesnake
Category: Nature : The fins of which fish are made into a soup*shark
Category: Nature : The four stages in the life-cycle of an insect are: egg, adult, pupa, and ________.*larva
Category: Nature : The koala bear eats the leaves from this tree.*eucalyptus
Category: Nature : These marine crustaceans often attach themselves to the hulls of ships.*barnacle
Category: Nature : This animal is armed with bony plates and rolls up into a ball if frightened.*armadillo
Category: Nature : This animal is kept as a house pet to kill cobras.*mongoose
Category: Nature : This animal is normally measured in "hands".*horse
Category: Nature : This animal is the symbol of the U.S. Democratic Party.*donkey
Category: Nature : This animal is the symbol of the U.S. Republican Party.*elephant
Category: Nature : This animal's name is the same as that given to a high church official.*cardinal
Category: Nature : This animal's shell is used to make attractive jewelry.*abalone
Category: Nature : This bird lays its eggs in the nests of other birds.*cuckoo
Category: Nature : This is the largest of the deer family.*moose
Category: Nature : This is the main food of the blue whale.*plankton
Category: Nature : This is the only mammal with four knees.*elephant
Category: Nature : This order of insects contains the most species.*beetle
Category: Nature : This organic gem is a deep red secretion from a marine animal.*coral
Category: Nature : This small animal is trained to hunt rats and rabbits.*ferret
Category: Nature : This two ton animal can gallop at over 50 miles an hour.*rhinoceros
Category: Nature : This ugly creature has patches of red on his rear-end.*mandrill
Category: Nature : Walrus tusks are made of ________.*ivory
Category: Nature : What are the pouched animals called*marsupials
Category: Nature : What bird is an excellent swimmer, but can't fly*penguin
Category: Nature : What does a camel store in its hump*fat
Category: Nature : What fish is the fastest*sailfish
Category: Nature : What is a group of larks called*exaltation
Category: Nature : What is a group of peacocks called*muster
Category: Nature : What is a group of whales called*a pod
Category: Nature : What is a male goose called*gander
Category: Nature : What is a male swan called*cob
Category: Nature : What is a male swine called*boar
Category: Nature : What is a young goose called*gosling
Category: Nature : What is a young swan called*cygnet
Category: Nature : What is an emasculated stallion called*gelding
Category: Nature : What is another term for a black leopard*panther
Category: Nature : What is the horn of a rhinoceros made of*hair
Category: Nature : What is the only dog that doesn't have a pink tongue*chow
Category: Nature : What is the world's longest snake*python
Category: Nature : What large herbivore sleeps only one hour a night*antelope
Category: Nature : What name is given to a female calf*heifer
Category: Nature : What plant is opium derived from*poppy
Category: Nature : What travels in gaggles*geese
Category: Nature : What type of animal is a wallaby*kangaroo
Category: Nature : What type of animal lives in a formicary*ant
Category: Nature : What word is used for a female fox*vixen
Category: Nature : What word is used for a female sheep*ewe
Category: Nature : What word is used for a male ass (Other than that the word used for that *$^*&%@! ex-boyfriend..*jack
Category: Nature : What word is used for a male deer*buck
Category: Nature : What word is used for a male duck*drake
Category: NetHack: Never put this wand in your Bag of Holding!*cancellation
Category: NetHack: This tool will instantly get your pets around you.*magic whistle
Category: NetHack: Wizards always start the game with this weapon.*athame
Category: NetHack: You can always buy these items in Minetown.*candles
Category: NetHack: You cannot enter shops while carrying this tool.*pick-axe
Category: Neture : What do oak trees grow from*acorns
Category: Not Telling ;-) : What would be kept in an "aviary"*bird
Category: Not Telling ;-) : Where is the Ocean of Storms located*on the moon
Category: Not Telling ;-) : Who is Robert Zimmermann*bob dylan
Category: Not telling ;-P : What are these: chrysolite, beryl, jasper, and tourmaline*gem
Category: Not Telling ;-P : What are white dwarfs and red giants*stars
Category: Novelty Songs: 1987 spoof of Star Trek which hit #1 in the UK*star trekkin
Category: Novelty Songs: Article of clothing worn by little girl in Brian Hyland's chart- topper*itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polkadot Bikini
Category: Novelty Songs: Instrument used for "Popcorn"*moog synthesizer
Category: Novelty Songs: The two muppets who have hit the top 40*ernie & kermit
Category: Novelty Songs: Type of car outpacing the Cadillac in "Beep Beep"*nash rambler
Category: Nursery Rhymes : Name the nursery rhyme mother whos last name is that of a bird*goose
Category: Oddities: Beethoven reportedly poured this over his head to stimulate his brain*water
Category: Oddities: Cleopatra's slaves often died because she tested this on them*poison
Category: Oddities: This game (involving a net) was introduced in 1874 as sphairistike*tennis
Category: Oddities: This man was Time magazine's 1938 "Man of the Year"*adolf hitler
Category: Oddities: This pop-star owns most of the Beatles copyrights*michael jackson
Category: One Liners: How many Californians to screw in a light bulb?One to do it and four to...?*share the experience
Category: One Liners: Knock Knock/who's there/OJ/OJ who?*you can be on the jury
Category: One Liners: This bum told me he hadnt had a bite in days, so __ __ __?*i bit him
Category: One Liners: When she sits around the house?*she really sits around the house
Category: One Liners: Why did the chicken cross the road?*to get to the other side
Category: Original Titles: 1805 by Leo Tolstoy*war and peace
Category: Original Titles: Arms and the Covenant by Winston Churchill*while england slept
Category: Original Titles: Great White by Peter Benchley*jaws
Category: Original Titles: The Whale by Herman Melville*moby dick
Category: Original Titles: Trimalchio in West Egg by F. Scott Fitzgerald*the great gatsby
Category: Peanuts Comics: Schroeder's favorite composer.*beethoven
Category: Peanuts Comics: Snoopy and Woodstock play hockey on this when the water freezes.*birdbath
Category: Peanuts Comics: The amount Lucy charges at her psychiatry booth.*5 cents
Category: Peanuts Comics: The catcher on the gang's baseball team.*schroeder
Category: Peanuts Comics: This girl has "naturally curly hair".*freida
Category: Peanuts Comics: This is what Marci calls Peppermint Patti.*sir
Category: Peanuts Comics: This is what Peppermint Patti calls Charlie Brown.*chuck
Category: People: American author best known for Moby Dick.*herman melville
Category: People: American dramatist whose plays include Death of a Salesman and The Crucible.*arthur miller
Category: People: American movie director whose films include E.T. and Jaws.*spielberg
Category: People: American psychologist known for his experiments with hallucinogenics in the 60s*timothy leary
Category: People: Anthony Quinn played him in a 1964 movie.*zorba the greek
Category: People: Bernard ______ was an industrial and economic advisor during WWI and WWII*baruch
Category: People: Burmese diplomat, secretary general to the United Nations 1962-1972*u thant
Category: People: Clare Booth ____ was a playright, diplomat, and US Rep.*luce
Category: People: Czar of Russia, 1682-1725, instituted a beard tax.*peter the great
Category: People: Director of the FBI who lived from 1895-1972.*j. edgar hoover
Category: People: Dutch post-impressionist painter, lived 1853-1890.*van gogh
Category: People: English king more interested in fighting crusades than ruling England.*richard the lionhearted
Category: People: First female cabinet member.*oveta hobby
Category: People: He is an American lawyer and consumer advocate.*ralph nader
Category: People: He made Prussia into a European power; composed some music still played.*frederick the great
Category: People: The first name of the American statistician who established the Gallup poll*george
Category: People: They had an album and a song entitled 'All the Young Dudes'*mott the hoople
Category: People: Tina Turners first charted record with Ike Turner was this song*fool in love
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: CHINGADA*charlie hotel india november golf alpha delta alpha
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: CROUCH*charlie romeo oscar uniform charlie hotel
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: DRKSKY*delta romeo kilo sierra kilo yankee
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: EAR*echo alpha romeo
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: MACH*mike alpha charlie hotel
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: MRTYRONE*mike romeo tango yankee romeo oscar november echo
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: NATHAN*november alpha tango hotel alpha november
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: NZTCA*november zulu tango charlie alpha
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: SABI*sierra alpha bravo india
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: SPINNER*sierra papa india november november echo romeo
Category: Phonetic Radio Call Signs: STURM*sierra tango uniform romeo mike
Category: Physics : The energy which a body possesses by virtue of its motion is called ________.*kinetic
Category: Physics : The force that brings moving bodies to a halt is _________.*friction
Category: Physics : The pivot point of a lever is called the _________.*fulcrum
Category: Physics : The process of water changing to water vapor is known as _______.*evaporation
Category: Physics : The rate of change of velocity is known as _________.*acceleration
Category: Physics : The visible spectrum of light ranges from red to ________.*violet
Category: Physics : True Or False: Contrary to popular belief, a lightbulb actually absorbs darkness*false
Category: Physics : Two 1.5 volt batteries, when connected in series, produces _ volts.*3
Category: Physics : Water freezes at _ degrees Celcius.*0
Category: Physics : Water freezes at __ degrees Fahrenheit.*32
Category: Physics : What is measured by a Geiger counter*radioactivity
Category: Physics : When light waves pass from one medium into another they change direction. This is called _________.*refraction
Category: Physics : Work done, equals force multiplied by ________.*distance
Category: Pinball: 1994 Data East game based on the pinball-themed Broadway play*tommy
Category: Pinball: All pinball machines are made near this city, the pinball capital of the world*chicago
Category: Pinball: In The Addams Family, this AI-enabled flipper will make the shot for you*thing
Category: Pinball: Rudy the dummy says "It's only pinball!" in this 1991 machine*funhouse
Category: Pinball: This 1976 Bally machine featured Elton John on the backglass*captain fantastic
Category: Pinball: This 1988 Lawlor game has a vertical playfield instead of a normal backglass*banzai run
Category: Pinball: This mammoth 1979 Atari game featured a pool-ball sized pinball*hercules
Category: Pinball: This popular 1986 Williams game says "Dispatch this is 504. Suspect got away."*high speed
Category: Pinball: This Premier game designer of "Lights, Camera, Action" fame was once just a fan*jon norris
Category: Pinball: This world champion pinball player became a programmer for Data East*lyman sheats
Category: Pizza Stuff: A green variety of these are often used as fishing bait.*shrimp
Category: Pizza Stuff: Pizza Hut tells us to eat what part first*crust
Category: Pizza Stuff: Thanks to a dead cow. This topping is called 'minced meat' by some.*ground beef
Category: Pizza Stuff: They have a short guy in a toga and a wreath as their spokesman*little caesars
Category: Pizza Stuff: They're green and called capsicum by some.*green pepper
Category: Poem Authors: He wrote "Adonais" upon hearing of John Keats' death.*percy shelley
Category: Poem Authors: His "Endymion" told us that "A thing of beauty is a joy for ever."*john keats
Category: Poem Authors: His epic poem "The Bridge" opens with a passage from the Book of Job.*hart crane
Category: Poem Authors: Morns abed and daylight slumber*houseman
Category: Poem Authors: Wallace Stevens called his works, which include "Paterson," 'anti-poetic'.*william carlos williams
Category: Poet: A Dream Deferred*langston hughes
Category: Poet: Daddy*sylvia plath
Category: Poet: Dulce Et Decorum Est*wilfred owen
Category: Poet: In Just-*e.e. cummings
Category: Poet: Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror*john ashberry
Category: Politics : For what does O.P.E.C. stand*the organization of petroleum exporting countries
Category: Politics : He was elected President of France, in 1981.*mitterrand
Category: Politics : Name Ronald Reagan's first wife.*wyman
Category: Pop Culture: What does S.C.A stand for (Hint: medieval re-enactment):*society for creative anachronism
Category: Pop Kulture: He holds the world record for the most broken bones (443)*evel knievel
Category: Pop Kulture: She wrote "Valley of the Dolls".*jaqueline susann
Category: Potpourri: A person who speaks Faroese most likely lives in this country.*denmark
Category: Potpourri: After Mt McKinley, the second-highest mountain in the United States.*mt st elias
Category: Potpourri: Astronomical name for the Big Dipper.*ursa major
Category: Potpourri: Color of "Sue" in the video game Pac-man*orange
Category: Potpourri: Comedienne who wrote "Naked Underneath My Clothes"*rita rudner
Category: Potpourri: Cortez conquered Mexico; he conquered Peru.*pizarro
Category: Potpourri: Domenikos Theotocopoulus is better known as this.*el greco
Category: Potpourri: First state to secede from the Union in 1861*south carolina
Category: Potpourri: He died in 1829, but his #100,000 foundation formed many major museums.*james smithson
Category: Potpourri: He said he could come up with "a minor invention every 10 days..."*edison
Category: Potpourri: In 1822, Brazil became independent of this country.*portugal
Category: Potpourri: Penicillium roquefortii effects these foods by ripening them as it rots them.*blue cheeses
Category: Potpourri: Peter the Great was leader of this country*russia
Category: Potpourri: President known to have sex with his mistress Nan Britton in the White House,*warren harding
Category: Potpourri: Residents of this country use the baht to buy things =)*thailand
Category: Potpourri: Sea World of Florida is in this city.*orlando
Category: Potpourri: Sewing term for: Bar, Cord, Core, Filler, Hitch, Mounting, Sinnet*macrame
Category: Potpourri: SI Units of Frequency*hertz
Category: Potpourri: SI Units of Magnetic Flux*weber
Category: Potpourri: Spanish word for redhead*pelirrojo
Category: Potpourri: The Associated Press first began wire service in this city.*new york
Category: Potpourri: The Cedar Point theme park in Ohio is in this city.*sandusky
Category: Potpourri: The Echo and Courier satellites transmitted these.*telephone
Category: Potpourri: The French territory of Alsace-Lorraine was surrendered to Germany in this war*franco-prussian
Category: Potpourri: The Hindu text which contains Bhagavad-Gita.*mahabharata
Category: Potpourri: The last New England state to enter the Union*maine
Category: Potpourri: The Missouri Compromise dealt with this subject*slavery
Category: Potpourri: The worlds first drive-in church was in this state*florida
Category: Potpourri: These type of letters were first used by the Italian printer Aldo Manuzio*italic
Category: Potpourri: This Greek admiral of Darius I sailed upto the the Indus river in the 5thc*scylax
Category: Potpourri: This has been the only year in which there was no Stanley Cup winner.*1919
Category: Potpourri: Von Ebner's Gland may be found in this part of the human body.*tongue
Category: Princess Bride: Fezzik is played by this big guy*andre the giant
Category: Princess Bride: Man with the dead father*montoya
Category: Princess Bride: The little kid is played by this actor*savage
Category: Princess Bride: Vizzini's homeland*sicily
Category: Princess Bride: Wesley's first profession*farm boy
Category: Product of a chicken, come in styles poached, broiled or fried to name a few.*egg
Category: Puzzles: A butt holder or trash in pig latin*ashtray
Category: Puzzles: A tigon mom*lion
Category: Puzzles: Alive is to Parasite as Dead is to *saprophyte
Category: Puzzles: Film is to Oscar as Mystery novel is to *edgar
Category: Puzzles: What is the acronym for agitatsiya propaganda*agitprop
Category: Quick! Quick! : How is the state of Mississippi spelled*mississippi
Category: Quick! Quick! : Name the circular plastic media you put in a CD-ROM drive.*cd
Category: Quick! Quick! : On a standard computer keyboard, this is the letter just to the right of Z.*x
Category: Quick! Quick! : The longest key on your keyboard is the _____ bar.*space
Category: Quick! Quick! : The season ______ comes right after Spring.*summer
Category: Quick! Quick! : There are __ seconds in a minute.*60
Category: Quick! Quick! : This is required to make all electric things work*electricity
Category: Quick! Quick! : What color is a blue crayon*blue
Category: Quick! Quick! : What color is a green crayon*green
Category: Quick! Quick! : What color is a red crayon*red
Category: Quick! Quick! : What company makes Microsoft Windows 2000*microsoft
Category: Quick! Quick! : Whats radar spelled backwards*radar
Category: Quick! Quick! : Whats the abbreviation for United States of America*usa
Category: Quick! Where's my mirror ;- : When spelled backwards, the word "retupmoc" becomes what*computer
Category: Quite a Year for Plums_*bailey white
Category: Quotations: I'll make him an offer, he don't refuse.*don vito corleone
Category: Quotations: I'm the only Western reporter here in Baghdad.*peter arnett
Category: Quotations: My wife wears a good Republican cloth coat.*richard nixon
Category: Quotations: Open channel D.*solo
Category: Quotations: You're soaking in it.*madge
Category: Quotes: "A cynic is someone who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.*wilde
Category: Quotes: "Its not that I'm afraid to die. I just don't want to be there when it happens"*allen
Category: Quotes: Arise!Awake! And stop not till the goal is reached*swami vivekananda
Category: Quotes: Dancing is a perpendicular expression of a horizontal desire.*george bernard shaw
Category: Quotes: How do I love thee?*elizabeth browning
Category: Quotes: If you've seen one redwood, you've seen them all.*reagan
Category: Quotes: Said "A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle."*gloria steinem
Category: Quotes: Take the A Train.*duke ellington
Category: Quotes: Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house...*moore
Category: Quotes: War is hell.*william sherman
Category: Regligion : On which mountain did Moses receive the Ten Commandments*sinai
Category: Relatives: Aeneas' mom*aphrodite
Category: Relatives: James MacArthur's (Danno) mon*helen hayes
Category: Relatives: Odysseus's son*telemachus
Category: Relatives: Sargent Shriver's brother-in-law*john kennedy
Category: Relatives: Warren Beatty's sister*shirley maclaine
Category: Religion : Followers of the Unification Church are called ________.*moonies
Category: Religion : He led the Israelites out of Egypt.*moses
Category: Religion : He led the Mormons to the Great Salt Lake.*young
Category: Religion : He was the first King of the Hebrews.*saul
Category: Religion : He was the second King of Israel.*david
Category: Religion : In what month is Christmas observed*december
Category: Religion : Name the holiest day in the Jewish calendar.*yom kippur
Category: Religion : Which city is sacred to Jews, Christians, and Muslims*jerusalem
Category: Religion : Who founded Mormonism*joseph smith
Category: Religion : Who founded the People's Temple Commune*jim jones
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Cupid*eros
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Diana*artemis
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Discordia*eris
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Juno*hera
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Jupiter*zeus
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Mars*ares
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Mercury*hermes
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Minerva*athena
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Neptune*poseidon
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Pluto*hades
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Venus*aphrodite
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Vesta*hestia
Category: Religion : Who is the greek equivalent of the roman god Vulcan*hephaistos
Category: Religion : Who is the Linux operating system named after *linus torvalds
Category: Religion : Who is the Norse god of justice*forseti
Category: Religion : Who is the Norse god of poetry*bragi
Category: Religion : Who is the Norse god of the sky and thunder*thor
Category: Religion : Who is the Norse Watchman of the Gods*heimdall
Category: Robert Heinlein: Character who conquered old age in Time Enough For Love*lazarus long
Category: Robert Heinlein: Editor of Astounding SF to whom Heinlein made his first sale*john campbell
Category: Robert Heinlein: Paradoxical term for his stories about a probable course of events*future history
Category: Robert Heinlein: RAH never owned a farm, but often used this pen name*anson macdonald
Category: Robert Heinlein: Space vehicle named after famous Italian scientist*rocket ship galileo
Category: Say Cheese: Dutch origin; inedible casing; mild; appetizer, dessert.*edam
Category: Say Cheese: English origin; mild to very sharp; snack, cooking, dessert.*cheddar
Category: Say Cheese: French origin; cherry brandy flavor; appetizer, dessert.*gourmandise
Category: Say Cheese: Italian origin; pungent flavor; crumbly; in salads, for dessert.*gorgonzola
Category: Say Cheese: Norwegian origin; caramel flavor; sandwich, snack.*gjetost
Category: Say Cheese: Probably French origin; tangy, sharp; appetizer, salad, dessert.*blue
Category: Say Cheese: Swiss origin; clover flavor; usually grated.*sapsago
Category: Say Cheese: Swiss origin; nutty, sharper than Swiss; cooking, dessert.*gruyere
Category: Say Cheese: U.S. origin; very mild; hill slightly; salad, snack, dessert.*cream
Category: Scents: Charlie and Jontue manufacturer*revlon
Category: Scents: Opium pusher*yves st. laurant
Category: Scents: Scent filled orb worn as a pendant*pomander
Category: Scents: The only orchid used in perfume (and ice cream)*vanilla
Category: Scents: This flower is distilled into an attar, an oil, and a water*rose
Category: Sci Fi Authors: "Creator" of the Tek Series...*william shatner
Category: Sci Fi Authors: _Friday_*robert heinlein
Category: Sci Fi Authors: _Godbody_*clifford simak
Category: Sci Fi Authors: _The Day Of The Triffids_*john wyndham
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Brian A_d__s*brian aldiss
Category: Sci Fi Authors: C.B. Ch_rr__*c.b. cherrey
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Creator of the Dune series...*frank herbert
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Creator of the Meg & Timothy series...*madeleine lengle
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Creator of the Narnia series...*c.s. lewis
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Creator of the Neuromancer series...*william gibson
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Creator of the Stainless Steel Rat series...*harry harrison
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Creator of the Valentine series...*robert silverberg
Category: Sci Fi Authors: David E__in_s*david eddings
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Nancy _r_ss*nancy kress
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Philip J_s_ F_rm__*philip jose farmer
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Spider R__in___*spider robinson
Category: Sci Fi Authors: Ursula Le____*ursula leguin
Category: Sci Fi: Author of _Big Sky River_ and _Tides Of Light_.*gregory benford
Category: Sci Fi: Charles Platt novel where human personalities are stored in computers.*silicon man
Category: Sci Fi: FTL is an acronomy for ______ ____ _____.*faster than light
Category: Sci Fi: H.G. Wells novel where Earth is invaded by Martians.*war of the worlds
Category: Sci Fi: In Lord Valentine's Castle, Sleet's hair turned white during one of these.*nightmare
Category: Sci Fi: In Lord Valentine's Castle, Valentine's profession until his memory returns.*juggler
Category: Sci Fi: Name the child who became a magician's apprentice in Feist's Magician.*pug
Category: Sci Fi: Piers Anthony's series about Death, Time, War, Evil, Fate, etc...*incarnations of immortality
Category: Sci Fi: Publisher who used to write sci-fi short stories, Lester ___ ___.*del rey
Category: Sci Fi: The aliens in Mission Earth used one of these to power cities.*black hole
Category: Sci Fi: The geometric name of Madeline L'Engles time-space wrinkle.*tesseract
Category: Sci Fi: The name of the invaluable spice in Dune.*melange
Category: Sci Fi: The number of Rama spacecraft to reach the solar system*three
Category: Sci Fi: This word means "to understand innately and totally"*grok
Category: Science : A flat-bottomed conical laboratory flask with a narrow neck is called a(n) __________.*erlenmeyer
Category: Science : A phrenologist reads _________.*skulls
Category: Science : A point to which rays of light converge is called a(n) ________.*focus
Category: Science : A shallow dish with a cover, used for science specimens is a(n) ________.*petri
Category: Science : Acetylsalicylic acid is more commonly known as _________.*aspirin
Category: Science : Botany and Zoology combined make up the science of _______.*biology
Category: Science : By what chemical process do plants manufacture food*photosynthesis
Category: Science : By what name is Lysergic acid diethylamide better known*lsd
Category: Science : Cetology is the study of ________.*whales
Category: Science : Circuits can be wired in series or in _________.*parallel
Category: Science : Cocci, Spirilla, and Streptococci are types of ________.*bacteria
Category: Science : Deoxyribonucleic acid is better known as __________.*dna
Category: Science : Dermatitis affects the __________.*skin
Category: Science : Epidermal cells, palisade cells, and veins are parts of a(n) ________.*leaf
Category: Science : Ethylene glycol is frequently used in automobiles.. How*anti-freeze
Category: Science : Forked, Sheet, and Ball are types of __________.*lightning
Category: Science : Growing plants in liquids rather than soil is known as ________.*hydroponics
Category: Science : He designed the first feasible automobile with an internal combustion engine.*benz
Category: Science : He invented "bifocal" lenses for eyeglasses.*benjamin franklin
Category: Science : He is known for his theory of "Evolution".*charles darwin
Category: Science : He transmitted radio signals across the Atlantic in 1901.*marconi
Category: Science : He wrote "Sexual Behaviour in the Human Male" in 1948.*kinsey
Category: Science : How many degrees does the earth rotate each hour*fifteen
Category: Science : In which country was the match invented*france
Category: Science : Nitrous oxide is better known as __________.*laughing gas
Category: Science : Nuclear membrane, cytoplasm, and nucleus are parts of a(n) __________.*cell
Category: Science : Pulp, crown, and root are parts of a(n) ________.*tooth
Category: Science : Quinine is added to water to make _______.*tonic water
Category: Science : Sound Navigation Ranging is better known as _________.*sonar
Category: Science : The filament of a regular light bulb is usually made of ________.*tungsten
Category: Science : The instrument used in geometry to measure angles is a(n) _______.*protractor
Category: Science : The Kelvin scale is used to measure _________.*temperature
Category: Science : The name for the Russian equivalent of Skylab is ________.*salyut
Category: Science : The second space shuttle was named __________.*challenger
Category: Science : The vernal equinox is the beginning of ________.*spring
Category: Science : This is like an airplane but has its propeller on top instead.*helicopter
Category: Science : This is the reading system used by the blind.*the braille system
Category: Science : This Russian scientist used dogs to study conditioned reflexes.*pavlov
Category: Science : This science deals with the motion of projectiles.*ballistics
Category: Science : To make a car go backwards you have to put it in what gear*reverse
Category: Science : What are these: Ceres, Juno, Iris, and Flora*asteroid
Category: Science : What branch of science studies the motion of air and the forces acting on objects in air*aerodynamics
Category: Science : What did Lewis E. Waterman invent in 1884*fountain pen
Category: Science : What does the "lithosphere" refer to*the earth's crust
Category: Science : What does the Binet test measure*intelligence
Category: Science : Who invented dynamite*alfred nobel
Category: Science : Who is known as the father of genetics*mendel
Category: Second City 2: Antwerp*belgium
Category: Second City 2: Basra*iraq
Category: Second City 2: Hanoi*vietnam
Category: Second City 2: Oran*algeria
Category: Second City 2: Pusan*south korea
Category: Second City : Benghazi*libya
Category: Second City : Hanoi*vietnam
Category: Second City : Omdurman*sudan
Category: Second City : Quezon City*philippines
Category: Second City : Rabat-Sale*morocco
Category: Second City: Arequipa*peru
Category: Second City: Bulawayo*zimbabwe
Category: Second City: Honolulu (state)*hilo
Category: Second City: Houston (state)*dallas
Category: Second City: Kansas City (state)*saint louis
Category: Second City: Little Rock (state)*fort smith
Category: Second City: Montreal*canada
Category: Second City: Opporto*portugal
Category: Second City: San Juan (Puerto Rico)*bayamon
Category: Second City: Tampere*finland
Category: Shades Of Red: Animal that will "go down in history."*rudolph the red-nosed reindeer
Category: Shades Of Red: Biggest hit for the group Cyrkle*red rubber ball
Category: Shades Of Red: Redhead who had back-to-back #1s in 1988.*rick astley
Category: Shades Of Red: Sam Cooke sung about this "little" animal.*red rooster
Category: Shades Of Red: Stevie Wonder's "Love Light In Flight" can be found on this movie's soundtrack*the woman in red
Category: Sherlock Holmes: 'The five orange pips' saw Holmes oppose this racist organization*ku klux klan
Category: Sherlock Holmes: He is the 'most indispensible man in England' according to Holmes*mycroft holmes
Category: Sherlock Holmes: He is the founder member of the 'Diogenes Club' in London*mycroft holmes
Category: Sherlock Holmes: He played Prof Moriarty in the 1976 movie 'The seven percent solution'*laurence olivier
Category: Sherlock Holmes: Holmes made his first appearance in 1887 in this novel*a study in scarlet
Category: Sherlock Holmes: Name the team that Holmes uses to do the legwork for him*baker street irregulars
Category: Sherlock Holmes: The number of adventures that are related by Holmes himself*2
Category: Sherlock Holmes: This adventure of Holmes has the most film versions*hound of the baskervilles
Category: Sherlock Holmes: This famous thriller writer was Dr Watson in the '32 film The Sign of Four*ian fleming
Category: Sherlock Holmes: To where does Holmes finally retire?*sussex downs
Category: Sherlock Holmes: What animated Disney feature is based on Sherlock Holmes?*great mouse detective
Category: Sherlock Holmes: What is the last book of Holmes stories*case book of sherlock holmes
Category: Sherlock Holmes: What was the original title of "A Study in Scarlet"*a tangled skein
Category: Smallish lunchtime pizzas from Pizza Hut are called?*personal pan
Category: Smurfs: This is the youngest of all the smurfs.*baby smurf
Category: Smurfs: This smurf composes odes to himself and is, in essence, quite "vain."*vanity smurf
Category: Smurfs: This smurf has a "hiakhiak" laugh an dgives "trapped" presents to his smurfs*jokey
Category: Smurfs: This smurf is the only smurf who wears glasses.*brainy smurf
Category: Smurfs: This smurf spends his day dreaming "what could be"*dreamy smurf
Category: Snow Crash: Name the book's main character*hiro protagonist
Category: Snow Crash: Name the hacker who is infected with Snow Crash, owner of The Black Sun:*da5id
Category: Snow Crash: Name the mafia henchman who wields REASON:*fisheye
Category: Snow Crash: Nova Sicilia, Narcolombia, Mr. Lee's Greater Hong Kong, etc, are what?*franchulatesfranchises
Category: Snow Crash: What does "ultima ratio regum" mean*last argument of kings
Category: Snow Crash: What does Ng industries specialize in?*security
Category: Snow Crash: What does Y.T. stand for?*yours truly
Category: Snow Crash: What is Jason Breckenridge's mafia nickname?*the iron pumper
Category: Snow Crash: What is the language spoken by taxi drivers?*taxilinga
Category: Snow Crash: What is the name of Y.T.'s kourier boyfriend*roadkill
Category: Snow Crash: What is your image or icon called in the metaverse?*avatar
Category: Snow Crash: What security company arrests Y.T. at the beginning of the book?*metacops
Category: Sport : Baseball: The Baltimore ________.*orioles
Category: Sport : Baseball: The Toronto _________.*bluejays
Category: Sport : Basketball: The Boston ___________.*celtics
Category: Sport : Basketball: The Denver _________.*nuggets
Category: Sport : Basketball: The Los Angeles _________.*lakers
Category: Sport : Basketball: The New York __________.*knick
Category: Sport : Basketball: The Seattle ________.*supersonics
Category: Sport : Basketball: The Utah ________.*jazz
Category: Sport : Football: The Baltimore ________.*colts
Category: Sport : Football: The Buffalo _______.*bills
Category: Sport : Football: The Cincinnati _________.*bengals
Category: Sport : Football: The Cleveland ________.*browns
Category: Sport : Football: The Dallas _________.*cowboys
Category: Sport : Football: The Denver _________.*broncos
Category: Sport : Football: The Miami __________.*dolphins
Category: Sport : Football: The Minnesota _______.*vikings
Category: Sport : Football: The New Orleans __________.*saints
Category: Sport : Football: The Seattle _______.*seahawks
Category: Sport : He holds the NHL record for the most goals scored during the regular season.*wayne gretzky
Category: Sport : He was the NBA, MVP in 1976, 77, and 80.*kareem abdul-jabbar
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Boston ___________.*bruins
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Buffalo _________.*sabres
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Calgary __________.*flames
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Chicago _________.*black hawks
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Detroit ________.*red wings
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Edmonton __________.*oilers
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Los Angeles ________.*kings
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Montreal ________.*canadiens
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Pittsburgh __________.*penguins
Category: Sport : Hockey: The St. Louis __________.*blues
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Toronto _______.*maple leafs
Category: Sport : Hockey: The Vancouver ________.*canucks
Category: Sport : How many feet high is a basketball net*ten
Category: Sport : How many games must you win to win a normal set in tennis*six
Category: Sport : How many minutes is a major penalty in hockey*five
Category: Sport : How many minutes is each period of hockey*20
Category: Sport : How many players are there on a soccer team*eleven
Category: Sport : How many players are there on a water polo team*seven
Category: Sport : How many players make up a field hockey team*eleven
Category: Sport : How many points are awarded for a safety touch in football*two
Category: Sport : How many referees work a soccer game*one
Category: Sport : How many seams are there on a football (American)*four
Category: Sport : How many sides does a home-plate have*five
Category: Sport : In pro football a "sudden death" period lasts how many minutes long*15
Category: Sport : In ten-pin bowling, how many points does a perfect game consist of*300
Category: Sport : In this team sport each player gets a chance to play every position.*volleyball
Category: Sport : In what sport is the Heisman trophy awarded*american football
Category: Sport : In which city is the Cotton Bowl played*dallas
Category: Sport : In which city is the Hockey Hall of Fame located*toronto
Category: Sport : In which game or sport is a "Zamboni" used*hockey
Category: Sport : In which sport is a "hole-in-one" possible*golf
Category: Sport : In which sport is the America's Cup awarded*sailboat racing
Category: Sport : In which sport is the Cy Young Trophy awarded*baseball
Category: Sport : In which sport is the Davis Cup awarded*tennis
Category: Sport : In which sport is the term "love" used*tennis
Category: Sport : In which sport is the term "wishbone" used*football
Category: Sport : In which sport is the term, "Hang ten" used*surfing
Category: Sport : In which sport would you find the "slapshot".*hockey
Category: Sport : Name the hockey trophy awarded to the player demonstrating the best sportsmanship.*the lady byng trophy
Category: Sport : On what type of surface are the tennis matches at Wimbledon played*grass
Category: Sport : She was "Sports Illustrated's" first female "Sportsman of the Year".*billie jean king
Category: Sport : Soccer: The New York _________.*cosmos
Category: Sport : The 1976 Summer Olympics were held in this city.*montreal
Category: Sport : The Japanese martial art of fencing is called ________.*kendo
Category: Sport : The person who carries the golfer's clubs is called a(n) ________.*caddy
Category: Sport : The white marks intersecting each five yard line are called ________.*hash
Category: Sport : This is the most coveted trophy in Candian football.*grey cup
Category: Sport : This sport allows substitutions without a stoppage in play.*hockey
Category: Sport : This sport is called the "American pastime".*baseball
Category: Sport : This team won their first World Series in 1969.*new york mets
Category: Sport : This traditional Japanese wrestling sport takes place in a circular ring.*sumo
Category: Sport : Two under par on a hole of golf is called a(n) ________.*eagle
Category: Sport : What are large snow bumps known as in skiing terms*mogul
Category: Sport : What do runners pass to each other in a relay race*baton
Category: Sport : What do the letters ERA mean in baseball*earned run average
Category: Sport : What does TKO stand for*technical knock out
Category: Sport : What football player rushed for 2,003 yards in 1973*o j simpson
Category: Sport : What game features the largest ball*earthball
Category: Sport : What is it called when a football team loses possession of the ball due to a misplay*turnover
Category: Sport : What is the heaviest class of weight-lifting*super heavyweight
Category: Sport : What number wood is a driver in golf*one
Category: Sport : What sport do the Harlem Globetrotters play*basketball
Category: Sport : What sport has a hooker in a scrum*rugby
Category: Sport : What sport would you helicopter to the Bugaboos for*skiing
Category: Sport : What trophy is awarded to the winner of the NHL play-offs*stanley cup
Category: Sport : What vehicles are involved in the "Tour de France"*bicycles
Category: Sport : What was football player Dick Lane's nickname*night train
Category: Sport : What's the nickname of the University of Georgia football team*bulldogs
Category: Sport : Where are the U.S. Tennis Open Championships held*flushing meadows, ny
Category: Sport : Which country won the World Cup of Soccer in 1982.*italy
Category: Sport : Which football team was nicknamed the "Orange Crush"*the denver broncos
Category: Sport : Which is the only position in soccer allowed to handle the ball*goalie
Category: Sport : Which NFL team's defensive unit was nicknamed "The Purple People Eaters"*the minnesota vikings
Category: Sport : Which position is usually played by the tallest member on a basketball team*centre
Category: Sport : Which sport has a movement called a "telemark"*skiing
Category: Sport : Which sport uses stones and brooms*curling
Category: Sport : Which swimming stroke is named after an insect*butterfly
Category: Sport : Who was known as the "Sultan of Swat"*babe ruth
Category: Sport : Who was the 1978 Wimbledon Women's Singles champ*martina navratilova
Category: Sport : Who was the first NHL player to score 50 goals in one season*maurice richard
Category: Sport : Who was the first to win the grand slam of tennis*budge
Category: Sport : With which sport is Chris Evert Lloyd identified*tennis
Category: Sports : Where were the 1896 Olympics held*athens, greece
Category: Sports : Where were the 1900 Olympics held*paris, france
Category: Sports : Where were the 1906 Olympics held*athens, greece
Category: Sports : Where were the 1908 Olympics held*london, england
Category: Sports : Where were the 1912 Olympics held*stockholm, sweden
Category: Sports : Where were the 1920 Olympics held*antwerp, belgium
Category: Sports : Where were the 1924 Olympics held*paris, france
Category: Sports : Where were the 1928 Olympics held*amsterdam, the netherlands
Category: Sports : Where were the 1936 Olympics held*berlin, germany
Category: Sports : Where were the 1948 Olympics held*london, england
Category: Sports : Where were the 1952 Olympics held*helsinki, finland
Category: Sports : Where were the 1956 Olympics held*melbourne, australia
Category: Sports : Where were the 1960 Olympics held*rome, italy
Category: Sports : Where were the 1964 Olympics held*tokyo, japan
Category: Sports : Where were the 1968 Olympics held*mexico city, mexico
Category: Sports : Where were the 1972 Olympics held*munich, west germany
Category: Sports : Where were the 1980 Olympics held*moscow, u.s.s.r
Category: Sports : Where were the 1988 Olympics held*seoul, south korea
Category: Sports : Where were the 1992 Olympics held*barcelona, spain
Category: Sports Actors: Besides Field of Dreams, what other baseball movie starred Kevin Costner*bull durham
Category: Sports Actors: Who co-starred as Gale Sayers in Brian's Song*billy dee williams
Category: Sports Actors: Who played Babe Ruth in The Babe Ruth Story*william bendix
Category: Sports Actors: Who played Jimmy Piersall in Fear Strikes Out*anthony perkins
Category: Sports Actors: Who played Lou Gehrig in Pride of the Yankees*gary cooper
Category: Stand on your heads.... NOW! ;-) : When read upside down, what does the term "umop apisdn" signify*upside down
Category: Stephen King: Early novel turned screenplay starring Arnold Schwartzenegger*the running man
Category: Stephen King: Eventually causes the demise of the dark man in The Stand*nuclear bomb
Category: Stephen King: Maine city which King calls his home*bangor
Category: Stephen King: Movie modeled after an old comic book series?*creepshow
Category: Stephen King: Name of the evil clown in IT?*pennywise
Category: Stephen King: Name of the town where Abigail Freemantle lives in The Stand? (2 words)*hemingford home
Category: Stephen King: Name of the zombie cat in Pet Semetary?*church
Category: Stephen King: Novel co-written with Peter Straub?*the talisman
Category: Stephen King: Novel featuring a writer held captive by a psychopathic fan*misery
Category: Stephen King: Short story featuring a home-made, magic computer?*word processor of the gods
Category: Stephen King: Short story featuring a tiger in a grade-school bathroom?*here there be tygers
Category: Stephen King: What trail of Harold's does Stu Redmen follow cross country in the Stand*snickers bar wrappers
Category: Stephen King: Where the good guys settle in The Stand? (city state)*boulder colorado
Category: Stupid things to do ;-) : If you look at the sun long enough, you go _____.*blind
Category: Summertime : This is the sandy area nearest the ocean.*beach
Category: Tea: Better teabags contain these small particles sifted out of better teas*fannings
Category: Tea: In this country, tea leaves are pickled and used as a vegetable relish*burma
Category: Tea: The first sprouting of Darjeeling tea leaves in the spring are called this*first flush
Category: Tea: The practice of steeping tea was developed during this Chinese dynasty*ming
Category: Tea: This black tea is flavoured with oil of bergamot, an aromatic Chinese orange*earl grey
Category: Thanks to a dead cow. This topping is called 'minced meat' by some.*ground beef
Category: The 80s: Argentina called them the Malvinas Islands, the British this.*falkland
Category: The 80s: First man to ride the space shuttle into orbit twice.*john young
Category: The 80s: G.D. Searle & Co put this brand sweetener on the market in 1983.*nutrasweet
Category: The 80s: John Paul II forgave this man for shooting him.*memet agca
Category: The Bible: After Jonah spent time underwater, God sent him here*ninevah
Category: The Bible: David spoke his last words to this person.*solomon
Category: The Bible: God gave Solomon his great wisdom through this*dream
Category: The Bible: Isaiah and Ezekiel foretell this grisly practice*cannibalism
Category: The Bible: Name of John the Baptist's father.*zacharias
Category: The Bible: Noah's ark is supposed to have rested on this mountain after deluge*ararat
Category: The Bible: The Book of Psalms say God has this many chariots*20000
Category: The Bible: The Nebuchadnezzar king was of this nation.*babylon
Category: The Bible: This part of King Saul's belongings was displayed in the temple of Dagon*his head
Category: The Bible: This person in Genesis was raped by his daughters*lot
Category: The Disney Afternoon: GT Name Goofy's son.*max
Category: The Hundred Secret Senses_*amy tan
Category: The Royal Family: Edward VIII's title after his abdication.*duke of windsor
Category: The Royal Family: Fergie's father's title.*major
Category: The Royal Family: Prince Andrew's title.*duke of york
Category: The Royal Family: Prince Charles is 1st in line for the throne; this person is 6th.*eugenie
Category: The Royal Family: Prince Charles's title.*prince of wales
Category: The Royal Family: Prince Charles's younger son.*henry
Category: The Royal Family: Queen Elizabeth's descriptive phrase for the year 1992.*annus horribilis
Category: The Royal Family: The British press's nickname for Prince Andrew before his marriage.*randy andy
Category: The Royal Family: The British press's nickname for Princess Diana before her marriage.*shy di
Category: The Royal Family: The relation Princess Margaret is to Princess Anne.*aunt
Category: The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea_*yukio mishima
Category: The Tick: "Not baked goods professor, baked ____!"*bads
Category: The Tick: "Yeast Devil! Back to the oven that _____ you!"*baked
Category: The Tick: Color of the Ticks costume*blue
Category: The Tick: Who has the ability to change the color of his costume*caped chameleon
Category: The Tick: Who, when problems arise, jumps into his cannon and says "Fire me, boy"*the human bullet
Category: This delightfully soft topping, care of your local bovine.*cheese
Category: This game show required contestants to match prizes to the numbered squares*concentration
Category: This town was close to Ponderosa Ranch.*virginia city
Category: Tom Clancy: How does NSA Cutter avoid responsibility in "Clear and Present Danger"*suicide
Category: Tom Clancy: The "I" in DDI (Ryan's position in the CIA at one point) stands for this.*intelligence
Category: Tom Clancy: What is CIA Agent Clark's real name*kelly
Category: Tom Clancy: What is the only Tom Clancy novel to take place entirely before 1980*without remorse
Category: Tom Clancy: What relation does fighter pilot Robby Jackson have to Jack Ryan, jr.*godfather
Category: Toys Games: Charles Darrow based his game upon the 1904 "The Landlord's Game".*monopoly
Category: Toys Games: D&D stands for this.*dungeons and dragons
Category: Toys Games: Eva Gabor and Johnny Carson popularized this game by climbing over each other.*twister
Category: Toys Games: Frank Lloyd Wright son John invented these after watching workers move timber.*lincoln logs
Category: Toys Games: In this card game, teams are designated North-South and East-West.*bridge
Category: Toys Games: In this game players take turns placing disks on an 8x8 board.*othello
Category: Toys Games: Klondike is the most popular form of this game.*solitaire
Category: Toys Games: Originally an exercise ring, Indonesia banned it as "might stimulate passion".*hula
Category: Toys Games: Originally an exercise ring, Indonesia banned it as "might stimulate passion".*hula hoop
Category: Toys Games: The King in chess can move a maximum of this many squares.*two
Category: Toys Games: The object of this card game is to meld sets of 7 or more cards.*canasta
Category: Toys Games: There are this many red-letter cubes in Perquackey.*3
Category: Toys Games: This cube puzzle was invented by a Hungarian mathematician in 1974.*rubik
Category: Toys Games: This game of chance was originally called 'Beano'.*bingo
Category: Toys Games: This is a French named car-racing card game.*mille borne
Category: Toys Games: This is the game that "Ties you up in knots".*twister
Category: Toys Games: This is the oldest board game still played (5000 yr old boards were found)*backgammon
Category: Toys Games: This is the strongest poker hand you can get.*royal flush
Category: Toys Games: Whist is an early form of this card game.*bridge
Category: Toys Games: You meld groups of three cards or more of the same rank or suit in this game.*rummy
Category: Toys: Board game involving rapid climbing and tragic sliding.*chutes and ladders
Category: Toys: Building tool named after Civil War president.*lincoln logs
Category: Toys: Leading manufacturer of toy cars.*hot wheels
Category: Toys: Little blue cartoon figurines.*smurfs
Category: Toys: Mundane toy that involved sticking plastic pieces on scenes.*colorforms
Category: Trivia : "7X" was used to refer to the secret ingredient of which drink*coca cola
Category: Trivia : A "pigskin" is another name for a(n) ________.*football
Category: Trivia : A can of Pepsi holds __ fluid ounces.*12
Category: Trivia : A foot-long ruler is __ inches long.*12
Category: Trivia : A plant produced by crossing different species is know as what*a hybrid
Category: Trivia : After how many years marriage do you celebrate your Emerald wedding anniversary*fifty five*55
Category: Trivia : Alexander the Great was king of which country*macedonia
Category: Trivia : Amino acids are essential for the formation of what in the body*proteins
Category: Trivia : Analogies: 'Ancient' is to 'old' as 'recent' is to ________.*current
Category: Trivia : Analogy: bull - cow as fox - __________.*vixen
Category: Trivia : Analogy: goose - geese as passerby - ___________.*passersby
Category: Trivia : Anzac troops come from which 2 countries*australia and new zealand
Category: Trivia : At the time of Julius Caesar, who was the ruler of Egypt*cleopatra
Category: Trivia : At which Grand Prix circuit did Ayrton Senna lose his life*san marino
Category: Trivia : Bagels are a traditional bread baked by followers of which religion*jewish
Category: Trivia : Burma was the former name of which country*myanmar
Category: Trivia : Chemically pure gold contains how many karats*twenty four*24
Category: Trivia : Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland combine to make what*scandinavia
Category: Trivia : Douglas Adams is famous for writing what *the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy
Category: Trivia : From what is velvet made*silk
Category: Trivia : From which type of wood are most baseball bats made*ash
Category: Trivia : From which US state does model Jerry Hall originate*texas
Category: Trivia : Great waves resulting from earthquakes are called ________.*tsunami
Category: Trivia : How is german measles also known*rubella
Category: Trivia : How is Samuel Clemens better known*mark twain
Category: Trivia : How is the 15th March also known*ides of march
Category: Trivia : How is the chess term "shah mat" better known*checkmate
Category: Trivia : How is the mathematically related structure of beads strung on parallel wires in a rectangular frame better known*abacus
Category: Trivia : How is the stockmarket collapse of the 24th October 1929 better known*black thursday
Category: Trivia : How long is New York`s Broadway in km*241
Category: Trivia : How long is the Suez canal in kilometers*161.9
Category: Trivia : How many bits are in a nibble*4
Category: Trivia : How many children did Maria (Julie Andrews) have to look after in "The Sound of Music"*seven*7
Category: Trivia : How many countries have a population over 130 million * seven (pakistan, russia, brazil, indonesia, united states, india and china)
Category: Trivia : How many countries have an area less then 10 square miles * four (vatican city, monaco, nauru and tuvalu)
Category: Trivia : How many countries joined the United Nations at it's start*51
Category: Trivia : How many Dirty Harry movies have been madefive*5
Category: Trivia : How many faces did the Romans believe Janus to have*two*2
Category: Trivia : How many faces has an icosahedron*twenty*20
Category: Trivia : How many feet are in a nautical mile *6080
Category: Trivia : How many feet of tape does the average sixty minute audio cassette contain*562.5
Category: Trivia : How many gold medals did Jesse Owens win in the 1936 Berlin Olympics*four*4
Category: Trivia : How many gold medals did swimmer Mark Spitz win at the Munich Olympics in 1972*seven*7
Category: Trivia : How many herrings are in a Warp*four
Category: Trivia : How many housing property squares are there on a monopoly board*twenty two*22
Category: Trivia : How many muscles are in a human*639
Category: Trivia : How many pairs of chromosomes do humans havetwenty three*23
Category: Trivia : How many pieces are found in a chess set*32
Category: Trivia : How many players play in a volleyball team*six
Category: Trivia : How many seconds are in a day *86400
Category: Trivia : How many sides does a dodecahedron have*twelve
Category: Trivia : How many stab wounds did Julius Caesar have when he died*23
Category: Trivia : How many states (including internal territories) does Australia contain*eight*8
Category: Trivia : How many strings are there on a Spanish Guitar*six*6
Category: Trivia : How many times has Olympics been cancelled due to war in modern times*three*3
Category: Trivia : How many times would Japan fit into an area the size of the U.S*25.15
Category: Trivia : How many times would the earth fit into a space the size of the sun*1298000
Category: Trivia : How many years old was the telephone before one was installed on the desk of the President of the United States*fifty one*51
Category: Trivia : How many years were between the creation of the Mangna Carta and the American Declaration of Independence *561
Category: Trivia : How old was Alexander the Great when he died*32
Category: Trivia : How was "Abu Yusuf Ya'qub ibn Is-haq ubn as-Sabbah ibn 'omran ibn Ismail al-Kindi" better known *the philospher of the arabs
Category: Trivia : How was the 1839-42 Anglo-Chinese war better known*the opium war
Category: Trivia : How was William Pitt the Elder's son known*william pitt the younger
Category: Trivia : In "Star Trek", what colour was Mr Spock's blood*green
Category: Trivia : In 1911 Roald Amundsen became the first person to reach where*south pole
Category: Trivia : In a period of 400 years how many times does the 1st of January fall on a Sunday *58
Category: Trivia : In ancient Egypt which animal was considered sacred*cat
Category: Trivia : In badminton, how many points win a mens singles game*fifteen
Category: Trivia : In boxing, which weight is between fly and feather*bantamweight
Category: Trivia : In China why were kites flown on the ninth day of every month*to banish evil
Category: Trivia : In Dr Who, what was Tardis an abbreviation of*time and relative dimensions in space
Category: Trivia : In golf, what is the woman's equivalent of the Ryder Cup*the solheim cup
Category: Trivia : In Judo, which Dan is the highest in the grading of black belts*tenth*10
Category: Trivia : In March 1979, where did a major nuclear accident occur*three mile island
Category: Trivia : In morse code which letter is symbolized by dot dashA
Category: Trivia : In order to satisfy an adults daily nutritional requirements it would be possible to drink 1 glass of orange juice, 2 glasses of milk and how many pints of Guinness*forty seven*47
Category: Trivia : In sailing, what is a warp*a mooring rope
Category: Trivia : In tennis, what name is given to a serve which cannot be returned*ace
Category: Trivia : In the 17th century which country started taxing beards*russia
Category: Trivia : In the 1855 Russian War, what were used to transport Torpedos*kites
Category: Trivia : In the 9th century which city had several thousand bookstores*baghdad
Category: Trivia : In the first modern summer Olympic games in 1896, how many countries competed*thirteen*13
Category: Trivia : In the Gregorian calendar after 10,000 years by how many days will the calendar be wrong by *three
Category: Trivia : In the kama-sutra the art of which game is recommened for women to study *chess
Category: Trivia : In the period 978-1016 England was ruled by which "Unready" king*ethelred
Category: Trivia : In the year 2000 which companies CEO was the worlds second richest man *oracle
Category: Trivia : In what sport would a lure be used*fishing
Category: Trivia : In what type of building did Plato and Aristotle teach*gymnasium
Category: Trivia : In what year did China become a communist state*1949
Category: Trivia : In what year did social reformer George Williams found the YMCA*1844
Category: Trivia : In what year was the first women's magazine, "The Ladies' Mercury" published*1693
Category: Trivia : In what year were neon lights invented*1911
Category: Trivia : In what year were the first dot matrix printers marketed*1957
Category: Trivia : In which alpine resort were the first ever Winter Olympics held in 1924*chamonix
Category: Trivia : In which athletics event would you perform a "Fosbury flop"*high jump
Category: Trivia : In which book is Scheherazade a story teller*arabian nights
Category: Trivia : In which city is the Sistine Chapel*rome
Category: Trivia : In which country was natural gas first discovered*greece
Category: Trivia : In which country was the first Zoo*china
Category: Trivia : In which country would you find Ayers Rock*australia
Category: Trivia : In which country would you find Dunkirk*france
Category: Trivia : In which field of science is the history of the universe studied*cosmology
Category: Trivia : In which film does Robert De Niro ask "Are you talkin' to me"*taxi driver
Category: Trivia : In which month is the Earth nearest the Sun*january
Category: Trivia : In which month is the Le Mans 24 hour race held*june
Category: Trivia : In which novel is Winston Smith the main character*1984
Category: Trivia : In which organ is Bile produced*liver
Category: Trivia : In which sport would you perform a snatch*weightlifting
Category: Trivia : In which state are the Everglades*florida
Category: Trivia : In which state is Mount McKinley, the highest mountain in North America*alaska
Category: Trivia : In which state of Australia is the coastal region of Swanland*western australia
Category: Trivia : In which two counties is Curling most popular*canada and scotland
Category: Trivia : In which US city is the Sears tower*chicago
Category: Trivia : In which year did London Underground open*1863
Category: Trivia : In which year was John F. Kennedy elected*1960
Category: Trivia : In which year was the First Crusade*1095
Category: Trivia : In which year was the Rosetta stone written*196 bc
Category: Trivia : Johann Gutenberg was famous for inventing what in 1455*the printing press
Category: Trivia : Jonquil is a shade of which colour*yellow
Category: Trivia : Most men do this each morning, using a razor.*shave
Category: Trivia : Most people wear a watch on their ____ wrist.*left
Category: Trivia : Name the clothing wrinkle remover that sounds like a kind of metal.*iron
Category: Trivia : Name the implement that removes water from your windshield on your car*wiper
Category: Trivia : Nutagak, perksertok and pokaktok are Eskimo words for what *snow
Category: Trivia : On a chemical what does a skull and cross-bone mean*toxic
Category: Trivia : On which Beatles album does the hit "Ticket to Ride" appear*help!
Category: Trivia : On which river was Rome built*tiber
Category: Trivia : On which side of the road do the Japanese drive*left
Category: Trivia : Only one modern olympic games was not named after the host city - The "Interim Olympic games" of 1906, but what city hosted it*athens
Category: Trivia : Organic chemistry is the study of materials that must contain what*carbon
Category: Trivia : Penicillin is derived from what*mould
Category: Trivia : Polo consists of 8 periods called what*chukkers
Category: Trivia : Similes: As bold as _______.*brass
Category: Trivia : Similes: As clean as a(n) ________.*whistle
Category: Trivia : Similes: As clear as a(n) _________.*bell
Category: Trivia : Similes: As cute as a(n) ________.*button
Category: Trivia : Similes: As easy as ________.*pie
Category: Trivia : Similes: As fit as a(n) __________.*fiddle
Category: Trivia : Similes: As good as _________.*gold
Category: Trivia : Similes: As graceful as a(n) _________.*swan
Category: Trivia : Similes: As large as ________.*life
Category: Trivia : Similes: As loud as _________.*thunder
Category: Trivia : Similes: As pale as a(n) ___________.*ghost
Category: Trivia : Similes: As pleased as _________.*punch
Category: Trivia : Similes: As pretty as a(n) ________.*picture
Category: Trivia : Similes: As proud as a(n) ___________.*peacock
Category: Trivia : Similes: As quiet as a(n) _________.*mouse
Category: Trivia : Similes: As sick as a(n) ___________.*dog
Category: Trivia : Similes: As sly as a(n) __________.*fox
Category: Trivia : Similes: As smart as a(n) ________.*whip
Category: Trivia : Similes: Fresh as a(n) ______________.*daisy
Category: Trivia : Songwriter, Bernie Taupin wrote songs for which well know musician*elton john
Category: Trivia : The 14th July 1789 marked the start of what*french revolution
Category: Trivia : The America's Cup left home for the first time to go where*australia
Category: Trivia : The book "Wamyouruijoshou" was the first to use what word*kite
Category: Trivia : The depiction of the Mad Hatter in "Alice in Wonderland" reflected a poisoning of 19th century hatmakers from what*mercury
Category: Trivia : The Earth's core consists primarily of which 2 metals*iron and nickel
Category: Trivia : The Great Pyramid was built as a tomb for which Egyptian Pharaoh*khufu
Category: Trivia : The name "Lego" comes from which Danish words *leg godt
Category: Trivia : The second Beale code was encoded using what*the american declaration of independence
Category: Trivia : The term Bicentennial represents how many years*200
Category: Trivia : The term Centennial represents how many years*100
Category: Trivia : The term Quadricentennial represents how many years*400
Category: Trivia : The term Quartocentennial represents how many years*25
Category: Trivia : The term Quincentennial represents how many years*500
Category: Trivia : The term Semicentennial represents how many years*50
Category: Trivia : The term Septiquinquennial represents how many years*75
Category: Trivia : The term Sesquibicentennial represents how many years*250
Category: Trivia : The term Sesquincentennial represents how many years*150
Category: Trivia : The term Sesquiquadricentennial represents how many years*450
Category: Trivia : The term Sesquitercentennial represents how many years*350
Category: Trivia : The term Tercentennial represents how many years*300
Category: Trivia : The Triassic, Jurrasic, and Cretaceous periods make up which era*mesozoic era
Category: Trivia : Thomas Young the Physicist and Egyptologist spoke how many language when he was 14*twelve
Category: Trivia : Tic-Tac-Toe is based on which game *nine men morris
Category: Trivia : To which island was Napoleon exiled, after his loss at Waterloo*st helena
Category: Trivia : Total color blindness is medically know as what*monochromatism
Category: Trivia : Traffic Trivia: Red means stop, _____ means go.*green
Category: Trivia : Triplets: Hook, line and ___________.*sinker
Category: Trivia : Tuscany is a major wine producing region of which country*italy
Category: Trivia : U.S. President, Woodrow __________.*wilson
Category: Trivia : What are catalogued under the Dewey decimal system*book
Category: Trivia : What are Eastern, Central, Mountain, and Pacific*american time zones
Category: Trivia : What are Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton and Xenon*noble gases
Category: Trivia : What are noctilucent, cirrus, and cirrostratus categories of*clouds
Category: Trivia : What are Petrol, Naphta, Kerosine, Diesel and Oil*hydrocarbons
Category: Trivia : What are Russian astronauts called*cosmonauts
Category: Trivia : What are the 3 big colleges of the Ivy League (name them alphabetically)*harvard, princeton, yale
Category: Trivia : What are the height and width of a horse measured in*hands
Category: Trivia : What are the units of measurement for Energy*joule
Category: Trivia : What are the units of measurement for Force*newton
Category: Trivia : What are the units of measurement for Frequency*hertz
Category: Trivia : What are the units of measurement for Power*watt
Category: Trivia : What are the units of measurement for Pressure*pascal
Category: Trivia : What band recorded the clasic album "Dark Side Of The Moon" in 1973*pink floyd
Category: Trivia : What bird is associated with the Tower of London*raven
Category: Trivia : What bit of Bobby Goldsboro sirup focused on a dying young wife*honey
Category: Trivia : What book is the film Blade Runner based on *do androids dream of electric sheep
Category: Trivia : What breed of dog has an inability to bark*basenji
Category: Trivia : What Caribbean state is made up of 700 islands the largest of which is New Providence*the bahamas
Category: Trivia : What chemical element is also known as quicksilver*mercury
Category: Trivia : What city was founded in 753 BC*rome
Category: Trivia : What color were E.T's eyes*blue
Category: Trivia : What coloured jersey is worn by the leader of the Tour de France cycling race*yellow
Category: Trivia : What country did Abel Tasman discover in 1642*new zealand
Category: Trivia : What country has international registration letter M*malta
Category: Trivia : What creature can turn it's stomach inside out*starfish
Category: Trivia : What device is normally used to measure wind direction*weather vane
Category: Trivia : What device is used to measure weather pressure*barometer
Category: Trivia : What device used to be described in Greek as "watcher of the small"*microscope
Category: Trivia : What device was used to determine a ship's latitude*sextant
Category: Trivia : What did AOL claim had been found, on April Fool's Day in 1996*life on jupiter
Category: Trivia : What did Pandora release when she opened her box*troubles and misery
Category: Trivia : What did Peter Minuit buy in 1626*manhattan island
Category: Trivia : What did Sally Rogers always wear in her hair*a bow
Category: Trivia : What did Temujin change his name to*genghis khan
Category: Trivia : What did the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha change it's name to*house of windsor
Category: Trivia : What distance is the Olympic steeplechase contested over (in metres)*three thousand*3000
Category: Trivia : What do the initials V.S.O.P stand for on a bottle of brandy*very special old pale
Category: Trivia : What do the letters F.D. on British coins mean*defender of the faith
Category: Trivia : What does "Dan" mean *grade
Category: Trivia : What does a speleologist study*caves
Category: Trivia : What does GDP stand for*gross domestic product
Category: Trivia : What does GNP stand for*gross national product
Category: Trivia : What does ietf stand for *internet engineering task force
Category: Trivia : What does NATO stand for*north atlantic treaty organization
Category: Trivia : What does the "touch of Midas" turn everything into*gold
Category: Trivia : What does the ancient Greek word "electron" mean*amber
Category: Trivia : What does the latin "luna" mean*moon
Category: Trivia : What does the latin 'carpe diem' mean*seize the day
Category: Trivia : What does the Latin RIP stand for *requiescat in pace
Category: Trivia : What does the musical term "Piano" mean*to be played softly
Category: Trivia : What does the musical term "rallentando" mean*slowing down
Category: Trivia : What does the red spot on the Japanese flag represent*sincerity and passion
Category: Trivia : What does the typical American eat 263 of each year not pizza!!*eggs
Category: Trivia : What does the word khaki mean*dusty
Category: Trivia : What does UNESCO stand for*united nation educational, scientific and cultural organization
Category: Trivia : What effect causes a siren to change in pitch as it passes by*doppler effect
Category: Trivia : What element has the periodic table name Au*gold
Category: Trivia : What element has the periodic table name Na*sodium
Category: Trivia : What element has the periodic table name Sb*antimony
Category: Trivia : What element has the periodic table name Sn*tin
Category: Trivia : What family pet returns to life in the novel "Pet Sematary" by Stephen King*a cat
Category: Trivia : What famous stone structure is located near Salisbury*stonehenge
Category: Trivia : What fraction of a metre is a micron*a millionth
Category: Trivia : What game show had people dressed up funny*make a deal
Category: Trivia : What golfer is nicknamed "The Great White Shark"*greg norman
Category: Trivia : What happened at 2:56 on the 21st July 1969*manned moon landing
Category: Trivia : What has superseded Newtonian mechanics of the atomic scale*quantam mechanics
Category: Trivia : What height was the model of King Kong used in the making of the film (Answer in inches only!!)*sixteen*16
Category: Trivia : What is a "roker"*a foot long ruler
Category: Trivia : What is a fly agaric*a mushroom
Category: Trivia : What is a lux a measure of*illumination
Category: Trivia : What is a perfect score in a game of 10 pin bowling*three hundred*300
Category: Trivia : What is a Salamander*amphibian
Category: Trivia : What is a sand mason*a worm
Category: Trivia : What is added to brandy to make a sidecar*cointreau
Category: Trivia : What is another name for iron oxide*rust
Category: Trivia : What is brine*salt water
Category: Trivia : What is e.g. an abbreviation of*exempli gratia
Category: Trivia : What is Grimace of the McDonald's characters*a tastebud
Category: Trivia : What is Harry Houdini famous for being*escapologist
Category: Trivia : What is Interpol short for*international criminal police commision
Category: Trivia : What is it that walks on four feet in the morning, two feet at noon, and three feet in the evening*man
Category: Trivia : What is known as the graveyard of the Atlantic*sable island
Category: Trivia : What is known as the Lost Continent*atlantis
Category: Trivia : What is LCD an abbreviation of*liquid crystal display
Category: Trivia : What is Mr. Roger's first name*fred
Category: Trivia : What is MUD an abbreviation for *multiple user dungeon
Category: Trivia : What is PLO an abbreviation for*palestine liberation organization
Category: Trivia : What is Sting's real name*gordon sumner
Category: Trivia : What is the 30th longest river in the world *the thames
Category: Trivia : What is the British equivalent of the US Navy rank Rear Admiral (lower half)*commodore
Category: Trivia : What is the capital city of Papua New Guinea*port moresby
Category: Trivia : What is the capital of Bolivia*la paz
Category: Trivia : What is the Chess ranking system called *elo
Category: Trivia : What is the collective term for a group of mules*a barren
Category: Trivia : What is the collective term for a group of nightingales*a watch
Category: Trivia : What is the collective term for a group of ravens*unkindness
Category: Trivia : What is the distance between two rails on a track called*gauge
Category: Trivia : What is the European equivalnet of a Nonillion *quintillion
Category: Trivia : What is the exterior of the Taj Mahal made from*marble
Category: Trivia : What is the fastest breed of dog*greyhound
Category: Trivia : What is the fastest growing species of grass*bamboo
Category: Trivia : What is the formal name for when a substance breaks down on heating*termal decomposition
Category: Trivia : What is the full term for the abbreviation "zoo"*zoological garden
Category: Trivia : What is the headquarter of the British Metropolitan Police Force*scotland yard
Category: Trivia : What is the holy book of Islam*koran
Category: Trivia : What is the lead in pencils made from*graphite
Category: Trivia : What is the luminous intensity of light measured in*candela
Category: Trivia : What is the Maths equivalent of the Nobel prize *fields medal
Category: Trivia : What is the meaning of diurnal*daily
Category: Trivia : What is the modern name of "Pok-ta-Pok", which originated in Mexico*basketball
Category: Trivia : What is the most common animal*sea worm
Category: Trivia : What is the name for 0.1 Newtons*dyne
Category: Trivia : What is the name for the deepest part of the ocean*abyss
Category: Trivia : What is the name of the belief that many gods exist, but only one should be worshipped*monolatry
Category: Trivia : What is the name of the board that Baduk is player on *goban
Category: Trivia : What is the name of the layer between the Earth's crust and the Earth's core*mantle
Category: Trivia : What is the name of the process used by green plants for obtaining food*photosynthesis
Category: Trivia : What is the only country in the world with a single coloured flag*libya
Category: Trivia : What is the process of converting glucose to energy in cells called*respiration
Category: Trivia : What is the reason behind the layout of the Qwerty keyboard *to slow down typing rates
Category: Trivia : What is the scientific term for the study of poisons*toxicology
Category: Trivia : What is the second best-selling book of all time*quotations from the works of chairman mao tse-tung
Category: Trivia : What is the second derivative of distance *acceleration
Category: Trivia : What is the significance of the temperature in the title of the 1960's science fiction film "Fahrenheit 451*the temperature at which books burn
Category: Trivia : What is the square root of -1 *i
Category: Trivia : What is the state capital of Florida*tallahassee
Category: Trivia : What is the study of insects called*entomology
Category: Trivia : What is the surface area inside the average adult human lung (in square feet only)*twelve hundred*1200
Category: Trivia : What is the world's deepest lake*lake baikel
Category: Trivia : What is the world's highest mountain *everest
Category: Trivia : What is the world's oldest newspaper(the name is swedish)*post och inrikes tidningar
Category: Trivia : What is the world's oldest song*shadouf chant
Category: Trivia : What is the world's oldest university*fez university
Category: Trivia : What is the world's second highest mountain *k2
Category: Trivia : What modern word comes from the Arab "hashishi"*assassin
Category: Trivia : What name is given to a chemical reaction which gives out heat*exothermic
Category: Trivia : What name is given to a chemical reaction which takes in heat*endothermic
Category: Trivia : What name is given to a male bee*drone
Category: Trivia : What name is given to a male witch*warlock
Category: Trivia : What name is given to a settlement which is clustered around a central point*nucleated
Category: Trivia : What name is given to a young frog*tadpole
Category: Trivia : What name is given to animals which eat both plants and meat*omnivore
Category: Trivia : What name is given to animals which have pouches*marsupials
Category: Trivia : What name is given to animals which only eat meat*carnivore
Category: Trivia : What name is given to animals which only eat plants*herbivore
Category: Trivia : What name is given to farms which specialise in growing crops*arable
Category: Trivia : What name is given to farms which specialise in rearing animals*patoral
Category: Trivia : What name is given to the abominable snowman*yeti
Category: Trivia : What name is given to the belt of low air pressure that is located at the equator*the doldrums
Category: Trivia : What name is given to the point where a river starts*source
Category: Trivia : What name is given to the point where two rivers join*confluence
Category: Trivia : What name is given to the single super-continent that existed 200 million years ago*pangaea
Category: Trivia : What name is given to those days which have equal hours of daylight and darkness*equinox
Category: Trivia : What product was the first TV advert advertising*toothpaste
Category: Trivia : What purged the Great Plague of London *great fire of london
Category: Trivia : What religion was founded by Guru Nanak*sikhism
Category: Trivia : What religion was founded by Lao-tzu*taoism
Category: Trivia : What religion was founded by Siddhartha Gautama*buddhism
Category: Trivia : What scale is used to measure wind speed*beaufort
Category: Trivia : What series has Robert Jordan written *wheel of time
Category: Trivia : What sort of establishment is the setting for the movie "The China Syndrome"*nuclear power plant
Category: Trivia : What sport did James Naismith invent*basketball
Category: Trivia : What sport is Frank Nobilo associated with*golf
Category: Trivia : What sport is governed by the rules drafted by the Marquis of Queensbury*boxing
Category: Trivia : What sport was Argentinian, Juan Fangio associated*motor racing
Category: Trivia : What style of music was pioneered by jazzmen Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie*be bop
Category: Trivia : What term is used for the speed at which a piece of music is played*tempo
Category: Trivia : What trilogy did J.R.R. Tolkien write*lord of the rings
Category: Trivia : What tunnel connects France and Italy*mont blanc tunnel
Category: Trivia : What type of clouds are also known as thunderheads*cumulonimbus
Category: Trivia : What type of creature is a painted lady*butterfly
Category: Trivia : What type of plant is tequila made from*cactus
Category: Trivia : What US state has the Worlds Champion Chili Cookoff every year*texas
Category: Trivia : What vitamin is ascorbic acid*c
Category: Trivia : What was Citizen Kane's first name*charles
Category: Trivia : What was first worn on the 10th October 1886*tuxedo
Category: Trivia : What was Fortran designed for *formula translation
Category: Trivia : What was invented by Ludovic Zamenhof*esperanto
Category: Trivia : What was launched on the 4th December 1996*mars pathfinder
Category: Trivia : What was Simple Simon fishing for in his mother's pail*whale
Category: Trivia : What was the destination of the Mary Celeste on it's final voyage*genoa
Category: Trivia : What was the Earth's first artificial satellite*sputnik 1
Category: Trivia : What was the first ever feature length cartoon with sound and colour*snow white and the seven dwarfs
Category: Trivia : What was the first ever talking film*the jazz singer
Category: Trivia : What was the first lighthouse*pharos of alexandria
Category: Trivia : What was the first newspaper produced in the United States*publick occurences
Category: Trivia : What was the first postage stamp*penny black
Category: Trivia : What was the first transatlantic radio message sent *s
Category: Trivia : What was the job of Mellors in "Lady Chatterley's Lover"*gamekeeper
Category: Trivia : What was the name of Aristotle's school*lyceum
Category: Trivia : What was the name of Earths single continent before it spit up into the continents as they are today*pangea
Category: Trivia : What was the name of the "fake" evolutionary missing link found in Sussex, England*piltdown man
Category: Trivia : What was the name of the Akla-Seltzer boy*speedy
Category: Trivia : What was the name of the dog in RCA Victor's trademark*nipper
Category: Trivia : What was the name of the first plane ever to fly*flyer
Category: Trivia : What was the nationality of Marco Polo*italian
Category: Trivia : What was the nationallity of Rasputin*russian
Category: Trivia : What was the novel "Jaws" by Peter Benchley originally titled*the summer of the shark
Category: Trivia : What was the predecessor of the United Nations*league of nations
Category: Trivia : What word is Isaac Asimov famous for coining *robotics
Category: Trivia : What would you use your zygomaticus muscle for*to smile
Category: Trivia : What year was the car seat belt first patented*1903
Category: Trivia : What's the telephone area code for Chicago*312
Category: Trivia : When was the Rosetta stone found*1799
Category: Trivia : Where are the great Walls of Babylon located in the modern day world*iraq
Category: Trivia : Where did Howdy Doody live*doodyville
Category: Trivia : Where did the Mafia originate*sicily
Category: Trivia : Where in India is the Golden Temple, centre of the Sikh religion*amritsar
Category: Trivia : Where is Enclyclopaedia Britannica based and published*chicago
Category: Trivia : Where is most of America's gold located*fort knox
Category: Trivia : Where is Mount Etna*sicily
Category: Trivia : Where is the home of golf*st andrews, scotland
Category: Trivia : Where is the original home of bacardi*cuba
Category: Trivia : Where was Methodism founded*oxford university
Category: Trivia : Where was the decimal system developed*india
Category: Trivia : Where was the Rosetta stone found*cairo
Category: Trivia : Where were Archie and Edith Bunker's chairs enshrined*the smithsonian institute
Category: Trivia : Where were the ancient script of Linear A and Linear B found*crete
Category: Trivia : Which American Military Academt was established in 1802 on the Hudson river*west point
Category: Trivia : Which American state is known as the Lone Star State*texas
Category: Trivia : Which American state passed a bill declaring Pi to be 3 *indiana
Category: Trivia : Which artificial fiber was invented in 1938*nylon
Category: Trivia : Which Australian city hosted its final Formula 1 race in 1995*adelaide
Category: Trivia : Which Beatles song is the most recorded song of all time*yesterday
Category: Trivia : Which bird became extinct in 1861*dodo
Category: Trivia : Which breed of dog has a name derived from the old name for Greece*greyhound
Category: Trivia : Which British prime minister died in 1965*winston churchill
Category: Trivia : Which brothers built a home-made supercomputer to calculate the digits of Pi *chudnovsky
Category: Trivia : Which capital is the largest city in Africa*cairo
Category: Trivia : Which chemical element gets it's name from a greek word meaning "stranger"*xenon
Category: Trivia : Which city has the highest population*mexico city
Category: Trivia : Which country altered it's timezone in order to be the first to see in the year 2000*tonga
Category: Trivia : Which country contains 1/4 of the worlds cattle population*india
Category: Trivia : Which country has a flag of a red circle on a white background*japan
Category: Trivia : Which country has international registration letter P*portugal
Category: Trivia : Which country has the fourth largest population *indonesia
Category: Trivia : Which country has the most world championship wins for angling*france
Category: Trivia : Which country has the oldest national flag*denmark
Category: Trivia : Which country is also known as Suomi*finland
Category: Trivia : Which country is the smallest population *vatican city
Category: Trivia : Which country was the first to win the soccer World Cup 3 times*brazil
Category: Trivia : Which country's ships fly under the Union Jack*britain
Category: Trivia : Which creatures sang "We all stand together"*frogs
Category: Trivia : Which day of the week is named after the moon*monday
Category: Trivia : Which director/producer started his career as a student with the film THX-1138 which he later reworked for his feature-directing debut*george lucas
Category: Trivia : Which element is also known as Quicksilver*mercury
Category: Trivia : Which Elvis Presley film did not star Elvis*love me tender
Category: Trivia : Which English actor starred in "The Muppet Christmas Carol"*michael caine
Category: Trivia : Which English book was written without using the letter 'E' once*a void
Category: Trivia : Which famous building was built by Shah Jehan*taj mahal
Category: Trivia : Which famous building was built by Shih Huang Ti*great wall of china
Category: Trivia : Which famous piece of artwork depcits the Battle of Hastings*bayeux tapestry
Category: Trivia : Which famous ship sank in 1912*titanic
Category: Trivia : Which French book was written without using the letter 'E' once*la disparition
Category: Trivia : Which French king was known as the Sun King*louis xiv
Category: Trivia : Which game has 361 intersections *go
Category: Trivia : Which gangster died on the 25th January 1947*al capone
Category: Trivia : Which gestalt entity produced the cult TV show Red Dwarf*grant naylor
Category: Trivia : Which group of people elect the pope*cardinals
Category: Trivia : Which group was formed in 1972 by Don Henley and Glen Fry*the eagles
Category: Trivia : Which horror movie actor's real name was William Pratt*boris karloff
Category: Trivia : Which is Europe's largest country after Russia*ukraine
Category: Trivia : Which is the largest of the Egyptian Pyramids*pyramid of cheops
Category: Trivia : Which island was born near Iceland in 1963*surtsey
Category: Trivia : Which Japanese suicide technique translates to the English "belly cutting"*hara-kiri
Category: Trivia : Which legendary hero left the ruins of Troy and sailed to Italy to found the city of Rome*aeneas
Category: Trivia : Which living bird has the longest wingspan*the albatross
Category: Trivia : Which major international organization was created in 1945*united nations
Category: Trivia : Which martial art has a name that originates from the Japanese word for "gentle"*jujitsu
Category: Trivia : Which mountain is the highest in the Alps*mont blanc
Category: Trivia : Which mountain range acts as a physical boundary between Europe and Asia*the urals
Category: Trivia : Which mountains are regarded as the east border of Europe*ural
Category: Trivia : Which ocean is the worlds deepest on average*pacific
Category: Trivia : Which of the primary colors of light has the highest energy*blue
Category: Trivia : Which part of a cat's eye reflects light*tapetum
Category: Trivia : Which people's republic stands between the Bay of Bengal and the foothills of the Himalayas, bordered by India and Burma*bangladesh
Category: Trivia : Which planet is covered in thick clouds of carbon dioxide and sulphuric acid*venus
Category: Trivia : Which planet is known as the red planet*mars
Category: Trivia : Which planet other than mercury does not have moons*venus
Category: Trivia : Which planet was discovered in 1930*pluto
Category: Trivia : Which river made The Grand Canyon*colorado
Category: Trivia : Which scale is based on the speed of sound*mach
Category: Trivia : Which science studies animal behaviour in natural habitats*ethology
Category: Trivia : Which sight problem occurs in men far more then in women*colour blindness
Category: Trivia : Which silent film actor was known as "The Great Stone Face"*buster keaton
Category: Trivia : Which singer went solo after performing with the Commodores*lionel richie
Category: Trivia : Which species of Elephant has the largest ears*african
Category: Trivia : Which sport do the Atlanta Braves play*baseball
Category: Trivia : Which sport would you associate Alberto Tomba*skiing
Category: Trivia : Which sport would you practice if you were a toxophilite*archery
Category: Trivia : Which star is nearest the Earth*sun
Category: Trivia : Which streets did Bruce Springsteen sing about in 1994Philadelphia
Category: Trivia : Which tennis player was stabbed while on court*monica seles
Category: Trivia : Which tree do Druids regard sacred*oak
Category: Trivia : Which two chess pieces are involved in CastlingRook and King
Category: Trivia : Which U.S City is the home of the Mowton Record Company*detroit
Category: Trivia : Which U.S. city is named after an ancient capital of Egypt*memphis
Category: Trivia : Which was the first city to open a length of underground railway*london
Category: Trivia : Which was the first manned aircraft to exceed the speed of sound*bell x-1
Category: Trivia : Which was the first Pinball game that used flippers *humpty dumpty
Category: Trivia : Which was the longest dinosaur*diplodocus
Category: Trivia : Which word is related to these three: nap, walk, call*cat
Category: Trivia : Which word is related to these three: painting, bowl, nail*finger
Category: Trivia : Which word is related to these three: rat, blue, cottage*cheese
Category: Trivia : Which word is used to mean, malicious enjoyment at the misfortunes of others*schadenfreude
Category: Trivia : Which writer established the three laws of robotics*isaac asimov
Category: Trivia : Who anonymously entered a contest in Monaco to find his lookalike and came third*charlie chaplin
Category: Trivia : Who appears on the 10,000 dollar (US) note*salmon chase
Category: Trivia : Who appears on the 100,000 dollar (US) note*woodrow wilson
Category: Trivia : Who appears on the 5,000 dollar (US) note*james madison
Category: Trivia : Who created Sherlock Holmes*sir arthur conan doyle
Category: Trivia : Who developed the vaccine for smallpox*edward jenner
Category: Trivia : Who does the Mona Lisa depict*madonna lisa gherardini
Category: Trivia : Who does the statue, the Colossus of Rhodes, depict*helios
Category: Trivia : Who first used antiseptics*jospeh lister
Category: Trivia : Who had a face that "launched a thousand ships"*helen of troy
Category: Trivia : Who imported the first Go set into Britain*marco polo
Category: Trivia : Who in 1893 defined vegtables as plants eaten in a meal and fruits as plants eaten as dessert*united states supreme court
Category: Trivia : Who in 1988 became the first elected female prime minister in an Islamic country *benazir bhutto
Category: Trivia : Who invented dynamite*alfred nobel
Category: Trivia : Who invented James Bond*ian fleming
Category: Trivia : Who invented logarithms*john napier
Category: Trivia : Who invented Penicillin*alexander fleming
Category: Trivia : Who invented Tetris *alexi pazhitnov
Category: Trivia : Who invented the Hoovercraft*cristopher cockrell
Category: Trivia : Who invented the Telephone*alexander graham bell
Category: Trivia : Who invented the toothbrush*william addis
Category: Trivia : Who is associated with the address 221B Baker Street, London*sherlock holmes
Category: Trivia : Who is famous for historically riding naked on horseback through Coventry, England*lady godiva
Category: Trivia : Who is known as "the world's oldest teenager"*dick clark
Category: Trivia : Who is known as the "Father of History"*herodotus
Category: Trivia : Who is known as the "Father of Modern Economics"*adam smith
Category: Trivia : Who is Mr. Warmth*rickles
Category: Trivia : Who is the English aristocrat that forms part of the Thunderbirds team*lady penelope
Category: Trivia : Who or what is the Pink Panther, in the film of the same name*a priceless diamond
Category: Trivia : Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel*michelangelo
Category: Trivia : Who played secret agent James Bond in the 1966 film "Casino Royale"*david niven
Category: Trivia : Who proved Fermat's Last Theorem *andrew wiles
Category: Trivia : Who said "If you want something said, ask a man. If you want something done, ask a woman."*margaret thatcher
Category: Trivia : Who said "In my free time I do differential and integral calculus"*karl marx
Category: Trivia : Who said "The no-mind not-thinks no-thoughts about no-things" *buddha
Category: Trivia : Who said 'Everything must either be or not be, whether in the present or in the future'*aristotle
Category: Trivia : Who said 'Give me a firm place to stand and I will move the Earth'*archimedes
Category: Trivia : Who said 'So far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality they are not certain. And so far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.'*albert einstein
Category: Trivia : Who said 'The greater our knowledge increases, the more our ignorance unfolds'*john f. kennedy
Category: Trivia : Who said 'The way of the warrior is the resolute acceptance of death'*miyamoto musashi
Category: Trivia : Who said , "Marriage is a wonderful invention - but so is the bicycle repair kit"*laurence olivier
Category: Trivia : Who said the line "Dr Livingstone, I presume!"*henry morton stanley
Category: Trivia : Who sang with Sam in the mowtown hit "Soul Man"*dave
Category: Trivia : Who took the title "Lord Protector of the Commonwelth of England, Scotland, and Ireland"*oliver cromwell
Category: Trivia : Who was America named after*amerigo vespucci
Category: Trivia : Who was Ancient Egyptian fertility god*min
Category: Trivia : Who was Ancient Egyptian moon god*khensu
Category: Trivia : Who was Canada's first Prime Minister*john a. macdonald
Category: Trivia : Who was known as "the wizard of Menlo Park"*thomas edison
Category: Trivia : Who was responsible for the American style of spelling*noah webster
Category: Trivia : Who was the first dog in space*laika
Category: Trivia : Who was the first female American astronaut*sally ride
Category: Trivia : Who was the first fully Danish king of England*canute the great
Category: Trivia : Who was the first man in outer space*yuri gagarin
Category: Trivia : Who was the first man to reach the North Pole*robert edwin peary
Category: Trivia : Who was the first person to notice "canals" on Mars*schiaparelli
Category: Trivia : Who was the first unseeded man to win Wimbledon*boris becker
Category: Trivia : Who was the first woman to fly the Atlantic alone*amelia earhart
Category: Trivia : Who was the main character in J.R.R Tolkiens "The Hobbit"*bilbo baggins
Category: Trivia : Who wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire" in 1947*tennesee williams
Category: Trivia : Who wrote "Ender's Game" *orson scott card
Category: Trivia : Who wrote "The Wind in the Willows"*kenneth grahame
Category: Trivia : Who wrote 1984 *george orwell
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the Belgariad *leigh and david eddings
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the book "The Origin of Species"*charles darwin
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the Discworld series *terry pratchett
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the epic poem Odyssey*homer
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the novel "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde"*stevenson
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the Nutcracker Suite*tchaikovsky
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the shortest ever letter*victor hugo
Category: Trivia : Who wrote the stories on which Disney's, "Jungle book" is based"*rudyard kipling
Category: Trivia : Who wrote three books under the title "Das Kapital"*karl marx
Category: Trivia : Whose laws first described the motion of the planets round the sun*kepler
Category: Trivia : With which sport is Babe Ruth associated*baseball
Category: Trivia : With which sport is Bjorn Borg associated*tennis
Category: Trivia : With which sport is Bobby Moore associated*soccer
Category: Trivia : With which sport is Chirs Evert-Lloyd associated*tennis
Category: Trivia : With which sport is Jack Nicklaus associated*golf
Category: Trivia : With which sport is Muhammad Ali associated*boxing
Category: Trivia : With which sport is Pele associated*soccer
Category: Trivia : Word Pairs: Ball and ________.*chain
Category: Trivia : Word Pairs: Peace and _________.*quiet
Category: Trivia : Words containing 'for': A castle or enclosed place.*fort
Category: Trivia : Words containing 'for': Make holes through something.*perforate
Category: Trivia : Words containing 'for': Many trees.*forest
Category: Trivia : Words containing 'for': Pardon.*forgive
Category: Trivia : Words containing 'ten': A choice cut of meat.*tenderloin
Category: TV Trivia : What did TVs IMF stand for*impossible mission forces
Category: TV Trivia : What was the first network series devoted entirely to rock and roll*american bandstand
Category: TV Trivia : Who was Carl in Five Easy Pieces before going to Walton's Mountain*waite
Category: TV Trivia : Who was Chief Marshall of the Mickey Mouse Club*walt disney
Category: UK 50s: _The Mousetrap_ opened its London stage run, but who wrote it?*agatha christie
Category: UK 50s: In 1959, which party was elected for the third time in a row in Britain?*conservative
Category: UK 50s: Robert Menzies was the Prime Minister of which country throughout the 50s?*australia
Category: UK 50s: The 1951 Festival of Britain was centred on which city?*london
Category: UK 50s: The first of which contest was won by a woman from Sweden in 1951*miss world
Category: UK 50s: Which 77-year-old was returned as British Prime Minister*winston churchill
Category: UK 50s: Which American evangelist Billy led a London crusade?*graham
Category: UK 50s: Which Billy became the first English soccer player to win 100 caps?*wright
Category: UK 50s: Which Grace married Prince Rainier of Monaco*kelly
Category: UK 50s: Which Len captained England as they won the Ashes?*hutton
Category: UK 50s: Which Sir Gordon won the Derby for the firs time*richards
Category: UK 50s: Who reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1953*hilary
Category: UK 50s: Who reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1953?*edmund hilary
Category: Vampires: Favourite place to sleep (and it's portable!)*coffin
Category: Vampires: Most effective spot to pierce with a wooden stake.*heart
Category: Vampires: Muppet vampire enjoyed doing this.*counting
Category: Vampires: Often, a vampire's pallor.*pale
Category: Vampires: Substance required for survival.*blood
Category: Vampires: These teeth grow especially long in vampires.*incisors
Category: VCRs: DSS stands for this (Hint:Audio related)*dolby surround sound
Category: VCRs: Nth America uses this format of tape.*ntsc
Category: VCRs: The standard type of VCR is this (ie Beta)*vhs
Category: VCRs: This company produces VCR's with APC(Automatic Picture Control)*sony
Category: VCRs: This standard records at 1/2 normal speed.*long play
Category: VCRs: This standard records at normal speed.*standard play
Category: VCRs: VCR stands for this.*video cassette recorder
Category: VCRs: VCR's with only one audio channel are known as this type.*mono
Category: VCRs: VCR's with two audio channel's are known as this type.*stereo
Category: VH1: This sexy swimsuit model hosted a 'Body Language' special*kathy ireland
Category: Who teamed up with Niel Tennant to form the Pet Shop Boys *chris lowe
Category: Who Wrote It: Who wrote 'Chopsticks'*arthur de lulli
Category: Who Wrote It: Who wrote 'Foxy Lady'*jimi hendrix
Category: Who Wrote It: Who wrote 'Octopus's Garden'*ringo starr
Category: Who Wrote It: Who wrote Paul Young's #1 hit, 'Everytime you go away'*daryl hall
Category: World Of Disney: On what New Orleans Square (Disneyland) ride do you travel up a waterfall*pirates of the caribbean
Category: You can get these also with your pizza on the side, Caesar style...*salad
Cats*cats
Cattle are bovine, sheep are ______ *ovine
Cavendish is the family name for which Duke*devonshire
Celcius what is an osteopath*bone specialist
Celtic language of Scots or Irish*gaelic
Cephalalgia refers to a(n)....*headache
Cereal used as food and in spirits*barley
Ceres was the roman goddess of ______*grain
Ceres was the Roman goddess of what*agriculture
Cernan and Scmitt were the last men to do what*walk on the moon
Certain marbles are called 'alleys' because they are made of ______*alabaster
Chablis comes from what major wine producing area of france*burgundy
Chamberlain whose funeral was attended by more than 100,000 in new york city in 1926*rudolph valentino
Changing of an employees job or working conditions to force resignation*constructive dismissal
Channels In 1978, whose music did Def Leppard like to cover in small clubs*thin lizzy
Charing Cross in London was built in commemoration of Queen Eleanor, who was the wife of which British King*edward i
Charles l was brought to trial in which year*1649
Charles Lindbergh took only four of these to eat with him on his famous transatlantic flight.*Sandwiches
Chase chevy chase was the first original cast member to leave which show*saturday
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales were written in which century*fourteenth
Cheap ornaments and trinkets*bric-a-brac
Chekhov Quotations: "Doctors can bury their mistakes, Architects can only advise their clients to plant vines."*Frank Lloyd Wright
Chemical compounds or mixtures that undergo rapid burning or decomposition with the generation of large amounts of gas and heat and the consequent production of sudden pressure effects.*Explosives
Chemical got from coal tar and used as a solvent*benzene
Cheyenne is the capital of ______*wyoming
Cheyenne, Navahoe and Arapaho are all what*native american tribes
Chief electrician in a film unit*gaffer
Chief monetary unit of germany*deutschmark
Children which nhl franchise holds the record for the longest unbeaten streak*philadelphia flyers
Chili peppers he worked in a factory making toilets for airplanes before he recorded 'aint no sunshine when shes gone'*bill withers
China which is the most remote island in the southern atlantic ocean*bouvet island
Chitlins are made from what part of the pig*intestines
Chlorine is derived from the Greek word meaning what*green
Choo rock groups: frankie lymon and the _____*teenagers
Chrissie Hynde was in which early eighties group?*The Pretenders
Christian Dior launched his 'New Look' in which year*1947
Christian sacrement in which bread and wine are consecrated and consummed*eucharist
Christie what are mother mary's "whispered words of wisdom"*let it be
Christie*andrews christie*andrews and christie
Christine Child won six British titles in the 1970s, in which sport*judo
Christmas became a national holiday in the u.s in 1879, 1890 or 1895*1890
Chronic transmissible disease, due to bacilius leprae, is better known as _____*leprosy
Chub, gudgeon and perch are all types of what*freshwater fish
Churchill what are phalanges*finger bones
Churchill what kind of bug emerges in the 1975 movie the bug*beetle
Churchill what was john lennon's first girlfriend's name*thelma pickles
Cinnabar is an ore of which metal*mercury
Circuits can be wired in parallel or ______*series
Circuits can be wired in series or ______*parallel
Circular bands used to decorate ears, toes, noses, or, most often, fingers*rings
Clark who is the smallest member of the european union*luxembourg
Claylike mineral, chief source of aluminium*bauxite
Cleaner*birdcage cleaner*bird cage cleaner
Cleveland four u.s presidents have served entire terms without having a ______*vice
Close encounters of the first kind*sighting unexplained craft*sighting ufo's
Close fitting knee length shorts*bermuda
Closely related to pascal, niklaus wirth also played a part in what computer language's creation*modula
Clothes designer Alexander McQueen works for which fashion house*givenchy
Clothes designer John Galliano works for which fashion house*christian dior
Coal is sometimes added to softdrinks to make them ______*sweeter
Coca-cola was named for the extracts of which of its two 'medicinal' ingredients*coca leaves and kola nuts
Cocaine purified by heating with ether, and inhaled or smoked*freebase
Cockney Rhyming Slang: apples and pears*stairs
Cockney Rhyming Slang: trouble and strife*wife
Cocktails: creme de cacao, cream, and brandy make a(n) __________*brandy
cocktails: creme de cacao, cream, and brandy make a(n) __________?*brandy alexander
Cocktails: gin, blue curacao & lemonade make a _______*blue lagoon
Cocktails: Vodka and lime juice make a*gimlet
Cocktails: whiskey, angostura bitters, and sugar make an*old fashion
Cod French philosopher, scientist, and mathematician, sometimes called the father of modern philosophy*descartes
Cod what three colors are the arrow poison frogs of south america*orange, red
Coffee haematophobia is a fear of ______*blood
Coffee How long is a baby kangaroo at birth*one inch*1 inch
Coffee made under steam pressure*espresso
Collectively, what name is given to the first ten of the twenty six amendments to the United States' Constitution*the bill of rights
Colobus, vervet and mangabey are types of which animal*monkey
Colorless, corrosive liquid that has the chemical formula HNO3*Nitric Acid
Colourful shrub with drooping flowers*fushsia
Colourless volatile liquid formerly used as an anaesthetic*chloroform
Columbus is the capital of ______*ohio
Common name for a family of mostly woody flowering plants, and for one of its important genera*Tea
Common name for a large sea turtle, named for the color of its fat, although the animal is brownish overall*green turtle
Common name for a tropical tree (Mulberry), grown on the islands of the South Pacific Ocean*Breadfruit
Common name for flightless, aquatic birds of the southern hemisphere*penguin
Common name for many rodents belonging to the same family as the woodchuck (marmot), chipmunk, and prairie dog*squirrel
Common name for the family comprising a peculiar group of spiny, fleshy plants native to America*cactus
Common ore of iron, and one of the most commonly occurring minerals in nature*Goethite
Compact, opaque gemstone ranging in color from dark green to almost white*jade
Company what is the abbreviation for lake minnetonka*lake tonka
Company what is the former name of the tonka metalcraft company*mound metalcraft
Complete the line: "step on a crack"*break your back
Complete the name of the 1970s group Bachman Turner ...*overdrive
Complete the name of the 1970s group Sutherland Brothers and ....*quiver
Complete the proverb: 'What you lose on the swings..'*you gain on the roundabouts
Complete the proverb: There's many a good tune*played on an old fiddle
Complete the saying 'What can't be cured must be ................'*endured
Complete the saying, 'He who praises everybody ............'*praises nobody
Complete the title of the Umberto Eco book 'The Name of the.....*rose
Complete the title of this Johny Cash song 'A Boy Named....*sue
Complete this proverb:'Listeners never hear any..'*good of themselves
Complete this quote: "I feel the need... the need for___"*Speed
Complete this saying 'All ship shape and'*bristol fashion
Complete this title a novel by George Eliot "Daniel*deronda
Completed in 1966, which is the world's largest opera house*metropolitan in new york
Compounds of which molecule outnumber tenfold all other compounds of molecules together*carbon
Computers - mhz stands for________*megahertz
Concertino=short concerto, concertina=simple type of this instrument*accordian
Concordia is the roman goddess of ______*harmonious relations
Condition in a circuit in which the combined impedances of the capacity and induction to alternating currents cancel each other out or reinforce each other*Resonance
Condition of persistent mental and emotional stress occuring after injury or severe shock*post-traumatic stress disorder
Confuscious Say: A girl's best ------ is her 'lie'ability.*asset
Confuscious Say: A streaker is someone who is --------- for his work.*unsuited
Confuscious Say: Baseball all wrong--man with ----- balls can't walk.*four*4
Confuscious Say: Elevator smell different to --------.midget
Confuscious Say: Even the greatest of ----------- is helpless in middle of desert.*whales
Confuscious Say: Girls who rides -------, peddles ass all over town.*bicycle
Confuscious Say: He who ------ in another man's well often catches crab.*fishes
Confuscious Say: He who ------ in church, sits in own pew.*farts
Confuscious Say: He who --------- without a handkerchief takes matters into his own hands.*sneezes
Confuscious Say: He who eats too many --------, sits on toilet many moons.*prunes
Confuscious Say: Man who --------- a girl with no bust has right to feel low down.*marries
Confuscious Say: Man who drop watch in --------, bound to have shitty time.*toilet
Confuscious Say: Man who fight with wife all day, get no ------ at night.*piece
Confuscious Say: Man who gets kicked in --------, left holding the bag.*testicles
Confuscious Say: Man who go to bed with --------------- wake up with smelly finger.*itchy butt
Confuscious Say: Man who go to bed with sex on mind wake up with ------- in hand*solution
Confuscious Say: Man who have hand in pocket not just jingling ------------.*change
Confuscious Say: Man who have head up ass, have -------- outlook on life.*shitty
Confuscious Say: Man who kisses girl's --------, gets crack in face.*behind
Confuscious Say: Man who lay -------- on hill not on level.*girl
Confuscious Say: Man who lay woman on ground, get ------- on earth.*peace
Confuscious Say: Man who leap off cliff jump to -----------.*conclusion
Confuscious Say: Man who live in ----------, dress in basement.*glass house
Confuscious Say: Man who run behind car get ----------.*exhausted
Confuscious Say: Man who take lady on -----------, have one intent.camping trip
Confuscious Say: Man who walk through airport door sideways is going to ---------.Bangkok
Confuscious Say: Man who wants pretty nurse, must be -------.*patient
Confuscious Say: Man with holes in --------, feels cocky all day.*pocket
Confuscious Say: Man with tight ---------- is pressing his luck.*trousers
Confuscious Say: Nail on board is not good as -------- on bench.*screw
Confuscious Say: Secretary not permanent, till --------- on desk.*screwed
Confuscious Say: Seven days on --------- make one hole weak.*honeymoon
Confuscious Say: Sleepy man who stand in front of car get ------.*tired
Confuscious Say: Squirrel who ----- up woman's leg not find nuts.*runs
Confuscious Say: Support bacteria -- it's the only --------- some people have!*culture
Confuscious Say: Virginity like -------, one prick, all gone.*balloon
Confuscious Say: Woman who ---------- on inner-spring this spring, gets off-spring next spring*springs
Confuscious Say: Woman who cooks beans and ----- in same pot very unsanitary.*peas
Confuscious Say: Woman who dance while wearing jock strap have make believe ---------.*ballroom
Confuscious Say: Woman who fly plane ----------- have crackup.*upside down
Confuscious Say: Woman who spends much time on bedspring, may have ----------.*offspring
Conifer with dark foliage*cypress
Connors who did bobby fischer beat to win the world chess championship*boris spassky
Conrad classical music: who composed "rhapsody in blue"*george gershwin
Contagious disease of warm-blooded animals, including humans, caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis*anthrax
Controversial diet guru nathan pritikin dies in a new york hospital at age*sixty nine*69
Conventional rules of social behaviour*etiquette
Conventionally middle class materialist*bourgeois
Converter "Slow Ride" was Foghats biggest hit from this album released in 1975*fool
Conway Who, according to a song, damaged her foot on a piece of wood and fell into a raging torrent*Clementine
Cookie what gas that animals exhale do plants utilize*carbon dioxide
Coolidge Colorless, corrosive liquid that has the chemical formula HNO3*Nitric Acid
Coolidge what heisman trophy winner returned his first nfl kickoff for a touchdown*tim brown
Copenhagen is the capital of ______*denmark
Copernicus what is new, last or gibbous*moon
Cord what colour is the umbilical cord*blue
Cornflakes was invented in 1863, 1890 or 1915*1890
Coronation Street's Kabin is located in which street*ross street
Count Almaviva, a character in Rossini's The Barber of Seville , also appears in which opera by Mozart*the marriage of figaro
Countries of the world: east-central Europe, the capital is Kiev*ukraine
Countries of the world: landlocked country in central South America, the capital is Asuncion*paraguay
Countries of the world: landlocked country in southern Africa, the capital is Gaborone*botswana
Countries of the world: north eastern coast of central America, the capital is Belmopan*belize
Countries of the world: north western Africa, Nouakchott is the capital*mauritania
Countries of the world: western Asia, Amman is the capital*jordan
Countries of the world: western coast of Africa, the capital is Porto-novo*benin
Countries of the world: western coast of South American, major cities include Arequipa & Trujillo*peru
Countries of the world:about 700 islands between Florida & Haiti*bahamas
Countries of the world:central Europe, the capital is Bratislava*slovakia
Countries of the world:central Europe, the capital is Prague*czech republic
Countries of the world:chain of more than 3,000 islands, major cities include Yokohama & Osaka*japan
Countries of the world:eastern coast of Baltic Sea in northeastern Europe, the capital is Vilnius*lithuania
Countries of the world:equatorial country in central Africa, Kinshasa is the capital*congo
Countries of the world:landlocked country in southern Africa, the capital is Harare*zimbabwe
Countries of the world:north eastern Africa, the capital is Djibouti*french somaliland
Countries of the world:north eastern Europe & northern Asia, major cities include St. Petersburg & Novosibirsk*russia
Countries of the world:north eastern Europe, the capital is Tallinn*estonia
Countries of the world:north eastern South America, the capital is Georgetown*guyana
Countries of the world:north western Africa, major cities include Casablanca & Marrakech*morocco
Countries of the world:northern part of central American Isthmus, major cities include Quezaltenango & Escuintla*guatemala
Countries of the world:south eastern Europe, major cities include Thessaloniki & Piraeus*greece
Countries of the world:south eastern Europe, the capital is Ljubljana*slovenia
Countries of the world:western Asia, the capital is Damascus*syria
Countries of the world:western Asia, the capital is Tehran*iran
Countries of the world:western coast of Africa, major cites include Yamoussoukro & Abidjan*ivory coast
Country and Western music star Harold Jenkins is better know as what*conway twitty
Country in central Europe, bounded on the north by the North Sea, Denmark, & the Baltic Sea; on the east by Poland & the Czech Republic; on the south by Austria & Switzerland; & on the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, & the Netherlands*federal republic of germany
Country in East Asia, the world's third largest country by area (after Russia and Canada) and the largest by population*china
Country singer vince ____*gill
Court Wide muscular partition separating the thoracic, or chest cavity, from the abdominal cavity*diaphragm
Cousin What US state includes the telephone area code 602*arizona
Cows clean their noses with their ______*tongue
Crack gets it name because it ________ when you smoke it*crackles
Crashes what was the first ship to reach the titanic after it sank*carpathia
Creamy sauce of butter,egg yolks and vinegar*hollandaise
Creation of programs, databases etc.for computer applications*authoring
Creator of Perry Mason*erle stanley gardner
Creatures of class including spiders and scorpions*arachnid
Credit card on which magnetically encoded information is stored to be read by an electronic device*swipe card
Creedence clearwater revival sings 'have you ever ______'*seen the rain
Creek what position has been held by 266 men, 33 of whom have died violently*pope
Crime of getting married again whilst still legally married*bigamy
Crispies driving: what country is identified by the letter c*cuba
Crosby Stills and Nash debut album included this captivating song about a girl and the colour of her eyes*sweet judy blue eyes
Crosby stills and nash's debut album included which about a girl and the colour of her eyes*sweet judy blue eyes
Cross what day of the week did solomon grundy die*saturday
Crusher Which word is derived from "user of hashish"*assassin
Crusoe In what state is the Theodore Roosevelt national park*north dakota
Cuirass, greave and pauldron are all pieces belonging to what*armour
Cumulus, cirrus and stratus are all types of what*clouds
Cushion for kneeling on in church*hassock
Cyndi Lauper sing this song 1994*hey now(girls just want to have fun)
Cyprus lies in which sea*mediterranean
Dactylography is the study and practice of what*finger printing
Dagon is the mesopotamian god of ______*vegetation
Dainty or cute to an affected degree*cutesy
Daisy cooper was a housekeeper in what western*laramie
Dakar is the capital of ______*senegal
Damascus is the capital of ______*syria
Dame where is the notre dame cathedral*paris
Daniel Arap Moi is the leader in which country*kenya
Daniel Defoes first novel was published in which year*1719
Dapsang is another name for which major mountain*k2
Dario Fo won the Nobel Prize for Literature in which year*1997
Dark edible fruit of the bramble*blackberry
Dark green fruit with creamy flesh*avocado pear
Dark skinned nomadic European*gypsy
Dark volcanic rock*basalt
Darwin She starred in Broadcast News and The Piano.*Holly Hunter
Darwin Who owns: Head and Shoulders shampoo*procter and gamble
Dasher, prancer and vixen what is god called in the muslim faith*allah
David Hasselhof spent most of his time driving a car on which eighties tv show?*Knight Rider
David Letterman made his movie debut in what film*Cabin Boy
David Stirling was the founder of which organisation*s a s
David Suchet gives a brilliant TV portrayal of this mustachioed detective*hercule poirot
Davita's Harp_*chaim potok
Days of the week - whats the only day named for a planet*saturday
Deadly nightshade, drug obtained from this*belladonna
Death of body tissue usually caused by bad circulation*gangrene
Debussy how tall was the shortest british monarch charles i*4'9"
Decimal = 32, hex = *20
Declan macmanus is better known to us as*elvis costello
Decoration of food*garnish
Decorations what shadow team driver was killed testing, prior to the 1974 south african grand prix*peter revson
Deep freezing of bodies of people who have died of an incurable disease in the hope of a future cure*cryonics
Deep purple started their career with which one-word song in 1968*hush
Deepest from what language is the word mummy derived*persian
Defeated in a footrace in greek mythology what did atlanta want to do until she was defeated in a footrace*remain unmarried
Defender of the constitution whose headstone reads '..that nothing's so sacred as honor and nothing's so loyal as love'*wyatt earp
Degrees who was the indian maiden in johnny preston's 'running bear'*little white
Delage guy delage claimed to be the first person to swim across which ocean*atlantic ocean
Delivery of child by cutting into the abdomen*cesarean
Dendrophobia is a morbid fear of what*trees
Dentophobia is a fear of ______*dentists
Denver is the capital of ______*colorado
Department what was the worst team in major league baseball in 1991*cleveland indians
Derived from the latin 'australis', what does Australia mean*southern
Dermatitis affects the __________.*skin
Des moines is the capital of ______*iowa
Desert antelope that originally ranged from the western Sahara and Mauritania to Egypt and the Sudan*Addax
Desire what mouseketeer's first hit song was "tall paul"*anette funicello
Destruction of the natural environment*ecocide
Destructive insect related to the grasshopper*locust
Determination of the depth of a body of water*sounding
Deuteronomy what is the capital of illinois*springfield
Development of agricultural ecosystems intended to be complete and self sustaining*permaculture
Device for driving air into fire*bellows
Device for viewing a revolving or oscillating object by making the object appear to be at rest*stroboscope
Device which automatically maintains a motor vehicle at a chosen speed is called*cruise control
Devil who played god in 'oh god, book ii'*george burns
Devil's tower, the first us national monument, is located in what state*wyoming
Devon is the only county in Great Britain to have two ______*coasts
Dhaka is the capital of ______*bangladesh
Diameter Who plays shortstop for Charlie Brown's baseball team*snoopy
Diamonds were discovered near kimberley in 1841,1867 or 1893*1867
Diamonds which band covered nilsson's 'one' and brought it to the top ten in 1969*three dog night
Diana ross sings 'everytime you touch me i become a hero'. what is the song title*when you tell me that you love me
Diana ross sings 'noone knows what goes on behind ______'*closed doors
Dickinson where was emily dickinson's home*massachusetts
Did it my way what is the capital of kentucky*frankfort
Did you know that if ________________ had not been shot, & not convicted for killing JFK, he would have been convicted for killing Officer Tippet*lee harvey oswald
Did you know that there are ______ flavored pez*coffee
Diet coke invented in 1982, 1983 or 1987*1982
Dilbert: How are Elbonian factories powered*Stationary bikes
Dilbert: Which test does the Gruntmaster 6000 fail*Armageddon
Dimaggio what band did james brown tour and record with in the 1950's*famous flames
Dinotopia's illustrator*james gurney
Dionysus was the greek god of ______*wine
Diplomat living abroad as representative of their country*ambassador
Dire straits sings 'here i am again in this mean old town, and you're ______'*so far away from me
Dire straits sings that 'we're fools to make war on our ______'*brothers in
Directed by Milos Foreman, which film won the 1975 Oscar for Best Picture*one flew over the cuckoo's nest
Directed by Sydney Pollack, which film won the 1985 Oscar for Best Picture*out of africa
Dirk, poniard, and stiletto are all types of what*daggers
Disc of light shown round the head of a sacred person*halo
Discoverer of nine ancient cities including Troy, Heinrich Schliemann made spectacular excavations of which city during 1874 to 1876*mycenae
Disease caused by deficiency of vitamin d*rickets
Disease of animals, especially birds, monkeys, & humans, caused by infection by protozoans of the genus plasmodium & characterized by chills & intermittent fever*malaria
Dish consisting of flavoured mince, chilli and beans*chilli con carne
Dish of food covered with alcohol and set alight*flambe
Dish served between fish and meat courses*entree
Dish what is the thread used in surgery to tie a bleeding blood vessel*ligature
Dishabiliophobia is a fear of ______*undressing in front of someone
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": ------------ pieces of hair are used on stage each night -- including wigs, moustaches, and bangs.*two hundred and fourty eight*248
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": Four characters' wigs are made of -------------: Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, Madame de la Grande Bouche, and the Sugar Bowl from "Be Our Guest."*yak hair
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": It took 20 pounds of human hair and ------------- man hours to create the first Beast.*four hundred*400
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": Over ------------ wigs are worn on stage each night; only three performers use their own hair on stage.*one hundred and fourty*140
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": The 30-inch length human hair needed to build Belle's wig was specially imported from ------------------*india
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": The average number of wig changes for each ensemble member is ------------ per show.*eight*8
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": The Beast's tail is made up of seven yards of -----------------*human hair
Disney: "Hair Facts" from the Broadway version of "Beauty and The Beast": There are ----------- pounds of hairpins backstage ready to go at all times.*fifty*50
Disney: ---------- comics were nearly banned in Finland because he doesn't wear pants.*donald duck
Disney: ---------- Ford is listed as one of 50 people barred from entering Tibet - apparently, Disney clashed with Chinese officials over the film Kundun (1997). Ford's wife Melissa Mathison wrote the screenplay.*harrison
Disney: ---------- was the first feature length production which was created by Walt Disney Feature Animation, Florida, which is located at Disney/MGM Studios at Walt Disney World.*mulan
Disney: ------------ dubbed the voice of the Beast in the 1991 Disney version of Beauty and the Beast.*robby benson
Disney: ------------------------------ tree house in Disneyland has 300,000 fake leaves on it which are changed twice a year to reflect the seasons.*the swiss family robinson
Disney: As of December 30, 1997, Disney held eight of the top ten spots on the All Time Movie Video Sales Chart. The Lion King (1), Aladdin (2), Cinderella (3), Beauty and The Beast (4), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (5), Toy Story (7), 101 Dalmatians (8), and Pocahontas (10). The two non-Disney flicks to make the list - Forrest Gump (6), and ----------*jurassic park
Disney: At Disneyland Paris, the park's famous ---------- is known as Le ChÔteau de la Belle au Bois Dormant.*sleeping beauty castle
Disney: Disney World in Florida was opened to the public in 1971. The amusement park was the largest in the world, set within -------- acres. It required a $400-million investment, and did not do well during the first year it was opened.*twenty eight thousand*28,000
Disney: Disney World in Orlando, Florida covers ---------- acres (46 square miles), making it twice the size of the island of Manhattan, New York.*thirty thousand five hundred*30,500
Disney: Disney's ---------- was featured on cereal boxes for the Post cereal Toasties corn flakes back in 1935.*mickey mouse
Disney: Disney's ---------- was the first roller coaster to run on steel tubes, which made the ride smoother while allowing Disney to build longer-lasting coasters faster and cheaper.*matterhorn
Disney: Disney: The original name of Goofy was -----------*dippy dawg
Disney: Every plant in Tomorrowland at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, is edible. Plants in this section of the amusement park include ----------, strawberries, tomatoes, and more. Guest are more than welcome to pick their fill.*bananas
Disney: H.R. Haldeman and Ron Ziegler, who helped plan the ---------- burglary for President Nixon, both worked at Disneyland when they were younger.*watergate
Disney: In 1940, Walt Disney's --------- was the first film in history to use stereophonic sound.*fantasia
Disney: In the scrolling final credits of Disney's --------, the sorcerer's name is listed as "Yensid" (Disney spelt backwards).*fantasia
Disney: Only 10,000 people visited Disney World, Florida during the first year. With time, however, the attendance numbers rose to more than --------- people an hour.*ten thousand*10,000
Disney: Purely coincidental, Disneyland and Walt Disney World amusement parks are in counties with the same name. The former is in Orange County, California; the latter is in Orange County, ---------*florida
Disney: The ----------- to the picturesque, 77-foot-tall Sleeping Beauty's Castle in Disneyland in southern California, actually works. It was lowered on the opening day of the park, July 17, 1955*drawbridge
Disney: The Brodway version of Disney "The Lion King" uses more than ----------- puppets*two hundred and thirty two*232
Disney: The first "technology" corporation to move into California's Silicon Valley was Hewlett-Packard, in 1938. Stanford University engineers Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard started their company in a Palo Alto garage with $1,538. Their first product was an audio oscillator bought by Walt Disney Studios for use in the making of ------------*fantasia
Disney: The first merchandise item to feature Mickey Mouse was a child's school tablet in ---------*1929
Disney: The song "Some Day My Prince Will Come" was introduced in the 1937 Disney movie ------------------------ *snow white and the Seven Dwarfs
Disney: The two-minute storm in the opening of Disney's -------------------(1989) took ten special effects artists over a year to complete.*the little mermaid
Disney: Walt Disney World is home to the largest working wardrobe in the world with over ---------------- costumes in its inventory.*2.5 million
Disney: Walt Disney's family dog was named ---------. She was a poodle.*lady
Disney: While creating the movie --------------(1995), the animation team at Pixar Animation Studios perfected the movement of the toy soldiers by gluing some sneakers to a sheet of wood and trying to walk around with them on.*toy story
Disneyland opened in what year*1955
Display abbreviations-short forms: fbi stands for _____*federal bureau of
District of ancient Greece on the northern coast of the Gulf of Corinth*Aetolia
Diverse group of either single-celled or multicellular organisms that obtain food by direct absorption of nutrients*fungi
Diving sea bird with black plumage*cormorant
Division of geologic time in the Cenozoic era following the tertiary period (geology)*quaternary period
Division what's popeye's official age*r thirty four*34
Djibouti is the capital of ______*djibouti
DNA analysis suggests there are three distinct species of this animal, African forest, African savanna & Indian. What animal*elephant
DNA stands for what*deoxyribonucleic acid
DNA.*Fly
Do arteries carry blood towards or away from the heart*away
Do bumblebees have tongues*yes
Do chimpanzees have tails*no
Do crocodiles 'cry' salty tears*yes
Do fish have ears*yes
Do frogs or toads move faster*frogs
Do snails have teeth*yes
Do some jets use kerosene as fuel*yes
Do the bones of a pigeon weigh more or less than its feathers*less
Do the pupils in a person's eyes get larger or smaller in bright light*smaller
Do trees grow more quickly or slowly at night*more slowly
Do your pores open or close when your body is hot*open
Doctors often have this instrument around their neck*stethoscope
Dodgers what famous singer played the title role in "the great caruso"*mario lanza
Does 'verbatim' mean 'in the same words' or 'opposite'*in the same words
Does a 'milliner' make & sell flour, hats or windmills*hats
Does a cat groom itself more in cold weather or in warm weather*warm
Does a giraffe have a voice*yes
Does a person's heart rate increase or decrease during exercise*increase
Does a wild rabbit live 10, 15 or 20 years*ten
Does Barry Manilow know you raid his wardrobe?*Breakfast Club
Does Botany Bay lie to the north or south of Sydney*south
Does elizabeth ii face to the left or right on a british coin *right
Does Robin Hood have a feather in his cap*yes
Does sound travel faster in warmer or colder air*warmer
Does uranus have an aurora*yes
Dogs & humans are the only animals with what*prostrates
Dogs bark and cows moo, but what does a Khaki Campbell do*quack
Dogs bark, donkeys ______*bray
Dogs bark. What do donkeys do*bray
Dolores Ibarruri was better known under what name during the Spanish Civil War*la passionaria
Dominica supplies a good part of the world with Rose's*lime juice
Dominica, Mexico, Zambia, Kiribati, Fiji & Egypt all have what on their flags*birds
Donald duck comics were banned in finland because he didn't wear ______*pants
Doraphobia is a fear of ______*fur
Doraphobia is the fear of _________*fur
Doubly-ionised helium atoms, when emitted by some radioactive nuclei, are known as what*alpha particles
Dove where is most of the vitamin c in fruits*skin
Dover is the capital of ______*delaware
Dover is the capital of which US state*delaware
Down which street is the st patrick's day parade*fifth avenue
Dr. Hermann Rorschach is credited with developing what kind of tests*inkblot
Dr. Suess wrote _____________ after his editor dared him to write a book using fewer than fifty different words*green eggs & ham
Dream of jeannie license plates: what film series does ob wan enjoy*star wars
Dreams are good friends, when you're ______*lonely
Dressed list who paid miss ussr four cartons of marlboro to be on his show*david
Dressed man what song spawned a lawsuit for tommy tutone*867-5309/jenny
Dresses first incorporated this in the 1930's*zipper
Dried fish eaten as a relish with curry*bombay duck
Drinking vessel with foot and stem*goblet
driving: what country is identified by the letters ma?*morocco
Driving: what area is identified by the letter v*vatican city
Driving: what country is identified by the letter a*austria
Driving: what country is identified by the letter b*belgium
Driving: what country is identified by the letter d*germany
Driving: what country is identified by the letter e*spain
Driving: what country is identified by the letter j*japan
Driving: what country is identified by the letter l*luxembourg
Driving: what country is identified by the letter n*norway
Driving: what country is identified by the letter p*portugal
Driving: what country is identified by the letter r*romania
Driving: what country is identified by the letter s*sweden
Driving: what country is identified by the letter t*thailand
Driving: what country is identified by the letter u*uruguay
Driving: what country is identified by the letters hk*hong kong
dropped out of the sky onto the actors' heads*Green Slime
Dry ice consists of*carbon dioxide
Dublin is the capital of _____*ireland
Due to precipitation, for a few weeks k2 is bigger than*mt everest
Duffy: A Confederacy of Dunces*john kennedy toole
Duffy: Johnny Got His Gun*dalton trumbo
Duffy: Quite a Year for Plums*bailey white
Duffy: The Good Earth*buck
Dunkin donuts' yeast-based donuts must be set to rise for how long*forty
Duo who had a hit song with 'I got you babe'*sonny and cher
Duran Duran were the 'wild boys' of which year*1984
Duran What 1969 film did Glenn Campbell appear in*true grit
During annual spring floods, this waterfall can become so loud as to break windows six miles away.*Victoria Falls
During pregnancy, how many times its normal size does the uterus expand*five
During supersonic flight, what temperature does the skin on the nose of a concorde reach*two hundred and sixty degrees fahrenheit
During the 1812 war between canada and the u.s, what did canadian troops invade and burn*white house
During the 20th century who was the only England bowler to take a hat trick in an Ashes test*darren gough
During the American revolutionary war, what country declared war on Great Britain to help the colonies*spain
During the u.s civil war, how many blacks served in the union army*two
During the u.s civil war, what did 22 union army blacks win*medal of honour
During what period in american history did thousands of people die or go blind from drinking bad liquor*prohibition
During what was alcohol was made illegal*prohibition
During which conflict did the battles of Alma and Inkermann take place*the crimean war
During which conflict were the battles of Blore Heath, Wakefield, Northampton and Mortimer's Cross*wars of the roses
During which war did the Battle of Jutland take place*world war 1
During which war did the battles of The Modder River, Majuba and Magersfontein take place*the boer war
During which war did the expression "They shall not pass" originate*world war 1
During which war did the term "Fifth Column" originate*spanish civil war
During World War II, which London theatre boasted, "We never closed"*the windmill
During WW I, it was at this city & battle where the Germans introduced mustard gas.*ypres
During WW I, what day of the week was the recommended meatless day*tuesday
Dutch cheese with red rind*edam
Dutch-born Swiss scientist, who discovered basic principles of fluid behavior*daniel bernoulli
Dutchphobia is a fear of ______*anything dutch
Each body cell contains how many chromosomes*46
Each unit on the Richter scale is euivalent to a power factor of how much*thirty two*32
Earl Grey is a China tea flavoured with what*bergamot
Early in his career, which rolling stones guitarist played with rod stewart and 'the faces'*ron wood
Earth's outer layer of surface soil or crust is called the _____________.*lithosphere
Earth's outer layer of surface soil or crust is called the*lithosphere
East berlin was the capital of ______*east germany
East Pakistan is the former name of which modern republic*bangladesh
Eastwood what are cocci, spirilla and streptococci*bacteria
Easy question: type the alphabet*abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
Ebenezer HowaWhat does the musical term 'pesante' mean*rd is most associated with the foundation of what*garden cities
Eczema affects which part of the body*skin
Ed Moses won the 400 metre hurdle title in which year*1984
Eddie and his father's last name in "The Courtship of Eddie's Father"*corbett
Eddy*jeanette macdonald and nelson eddy
Edgar allan poe introduced mystery fiction's first fictional detective, auguste c. dupin, in what 1841 story*the murders in the rue morgue
Edgar Allen Poe wrote a famous poem about his animal*raven
Edgar allen poe wrote a famous poem about which animal*raven
Edmonton is the capital of which province*alberta
Effect A complex alcohol constituent of all animal fats and oils*cholesterol
Effect that occurs when two or more waves overlap or intersect*interference
Effect*coriolis
Egg beaters operate on what type of gear*bevel
Eggplant is not a vegetable, but is actually a member of what plant family*thistle
Eglantine Jebb founded which charitable organisation*save the children fund
Eight hundred dollars if locked in a completely sealed room, of what will you die before you suffocate*carbon monoxide poisoning
Eight thousand in the middle ages, where did people believe the seat of intelligence was*heart
Eighty one what is the minimum number of degrees in an acute angle*one degree
Eileen Collins was the first _______ on a space shuttle mission.*female
Eileen Collins was the first _______ on a space shuttle mission.*female captain
Either of the contibuters to the 4-note Hindol "Taril ha juj Girlja Shankur"*marathe
Either of two saturated hydrocarbons, or alkanes, with the chemical formula C4H10*Butane
El cid was the name of what college's mascot goat*annapolis naval academy
Elba Island is located in what sea*Tyrrhenian sea
Electrical circuit made by depositing conductive material on the surface of an insulating base*printed circuit board
Electronic device that allows the passage of current in only one direction*diode
Electronic lift control what is the second biggest organ in the human body*liver
Elementary in the house of lords, where does the lord chancellor sit*woolsack
Eliza Doolittle is a character in which George Bernard Shaw play*pygmalion
Elizabeth I of England suffered from anthophobia, what is it*fear of roses
Elsinore Castle is the setting for which of Shakespeare's plays*hamlet
ELVIS: What was the actual running time of the film "Wild in the Country"*114 minutes
Embankment built to prevent flooding*dyke
Emeralds come from which mineral*beryl
Emission of energy as electromagnetic waves in the portion of the spectrum just beyond the limit of the red portion of visible radiation*Infrared
Emission of energy as electromagnetic waves in the portion of the spectrum just beyond the limit of the red portion of visible radiation*Infrared Radiation
Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia was finally diposed in 1974 after how many years in power*fifty eight
Encephalitis affects the ________*brain
Encephalopathy what is the richest country*switzerland
Encounter on March 5, 1770, five years before the American Revolution, between British troops and a group of citizens of Boston*Boston Massacre
Endorphins are produced in the brain and in the pituitary gland. What is their function*pain killers
Energy waves produced by the oscillation or acceleration of an electric charge. Electromagnetic waves have both electric and magnetic components.*electromagnetic radiation
Engine that employs gas flow as the working medium by what heat energy is transformed into mechanical energy*gas turbine
England Periodic Table: what is Rn*radon
Englands Stonehenge is how many years older than Rome's colosseum*1,500 years
English charts: Clive Dunn had a hit called Grandad in which year*1971
Englund what was the first ironclad warship launched*hms warrior
Entomophobia is a fear of ______*insects
Epaminondas was the general of which ancient state*thebes
Eppie Cass is a central character in which |novel by George Eliot*silas marner
Equinophobia is a fear of ______*horses
Eras are divided into units called ________*periods
Erie, suez, panama etc*canals
Erotic solo dance of North Africa, the Middle East, and Turkish-influenced Balkan areas*Belly Dance
Erotophobia is a fear of ______*sexual love
Erving Inky and Dinky were the nephews of what comic book cat*felix the cat
Eskimo ice cream is neither icy, nor ______*creamy
Ethel who is the spokesperson for the exercise tapes 'tae bo'*billy blanks
Ethernet is a registered trademark of what company*xerox
Etna, Hekla and Popocate a petl are all types of what*volcanoes
Etymology is the study of what*word origins
Euphrates Who did Adolf Hitler dictate Mein Kampf to while in prison*Rudolf Hess
Europa is a satellite of which planet in the solar system*jupiter
European architecture and music,ornate and extravagant*baroque
Eve of All Saints Day*halloween
Evelyn Glennie is the world's first full time soloist on which part of the orchestra*drums
Even if up to 80% of this is removed from a human, what is it that will continue to function & grow back to its original size*liver
Even though they broke up 25 years ago, which group still sells more records each year than the rolling stones*beatles
Every finalest in the 100-meter dash of the last four olympics, has been of what descent*west african
Every human first spent about half an hour as a single what*cell
Every human has one of these on their tummies*navel
Every person generates approximately 3.5 pounds of rubbish a day, most of it being ______*paper
Every person has a unique _____ print*finger
Every photograph of an american atomic bomb detonation was taken by who*harold edgerton
Every square inch of the human body has an average of 32 million ______*bacteria
Everyone is familiar with the RCA logo with nipper the dog listening to the rca grammaphone. But the original picture had both the dog & the grammaphone sitting on what*his dead master's casket
Excellency Which company, during the 1984 Super Bowl, aired what is considered one of the best commercials in TV history*Apple
Excessive discharge of blood from blood vessels, caused by pathological condition of the vessels or by traumatic rupture of one or more vessels*haemmorage
Excluding man, what is the longest lived land mammal*elephant
Excluding Rudolph, how many reindeer pull Santa's sleigh*eight*8
Excrement of sea birds used as manure*guano
Execute by strangulation with a thin wire*garrotte
Extensive cultivation of plants to yield food, feed, or fiber; to provide medicinal or industrial ingredients; or to grow ornamental products*crop farming
Extortion of payment in return for silence*blackmail
Extreme fear of open spaces*agoraphobia
Facility of stopping a videotape in order to wiew a motionless image*freeze-frame
Fahrenheit as what is minus forty degrees fahrenheit the same*minus forty degrees
Famous Flames Music: What 1958 song was The Coaster's only #1 hit*Yakkety Yak
Famous for blues and jazz, in which city is Basin Street*new orleans
Famous Last Words: Are you sure the -------- is off*power
Famous Last Words: Give me ------- or give me death.liberty
Famous Last Words: Hey that's not a -------.violin
Famous Last Words: I can do that with my eyes -------.closed
Famous Last Words: I don't think we're in ----- anymore.*kansas
Famous Last Words: I'll get a ------ record for this.*world
Famous Last Words: I'll get your ------ out.*toast
Famous Last Words: I'll hold it and you light the ----.*fuse
Famous Last Words: I've done this -------.before
Famous Last Words: I've seen this done on --.*tv
Famous Last Words: It's ------- enough for both of us.*strong
Famous Last Words: It's fire-----.*proof
Famous Last Words: It's probably just a ----.rash
Famous Last Words: Let it down -------.*slowly
Famous Last Words: Nice ------.*doggie
Famous Last Words: Now ------ this.*watch
Famous Last Words: OK this is the ---- time.*last
Famous Last Words: Pull the pin and ----- to what?*count
Famous Last Words: Rat ------- only kills rats.*poison
Famous Last Words: So, you're a --------.cannibal
Famous Last Words: That's ---.*odd
Famous Last Words: The odds of that happening have to be a ------- to one!*million
Famous Last Words: These are the good kind of ---------.*mushrooms
Famous Last Words: This doesn't ------ right.*taste
Famous Last Words: What ----?*duck
Famous Last Words: What does this ------ do*button
Famous Last Words: What's that ------ doing here?*priest
Famous Last Words: Which ----- was I supposed to cut?*wire
Famous Last Words: Why am I standing on a ------- sheet?plastic
Famous Last Words: You look just like Charles --------.*manson
Famous Last Words: You wouldn't hit a guy with -------- on, would you.*glasses
Famous painter that paints with both his right & left hands*leonardo da vinci*da vinci
Fandible, lateral line and dorsal fin and a part of which animal*fish
Fandible, lateral line, & dorsal fin are parts of a(n) ________*fish
Fast food franchise: Taco ____*bell
Fault What Italian city had the Roman name Mediolanum*Milan
Fax is short for what*facsimile
Fax is short for which word*facsimile
Fear of dryness is called*xerophobia
Fear of haircuts is called*tonsurephobia
Fear of haircuts is called*tonsurphobia
Fear of one's mother in law*pentheraphobia
Fear of thunder or thunderstorms is ______*brontophobia
Fedora, bowler and boater are all types of what*hats
Felinophobia is a fear of ______*cats
Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos were exiled in what year*1986
Ferdinand and Isabella were joint rulers in which country*spain
Ferdinand is a story about a ____*bull
Ferrite is a form of which metal*iron
Festival on January 6th commemorating the visit of the Magi to Christ*epiphany
Fettucini, linguini and tagliatelle are all types of what*pasta
Field of engineering & applied physics dealing with the design & application of devices, usually electronic circuits, the operation of what depends on the flow of electrons for the generation, transmission, reception, & storage of information*electronics
Field of physics that describes & correlates the physical properties of macroscopic systems of matter & energy*thermodynamics
Field of science concerned with the origin of the planet earth, its history, its shape, the materials forming it, & the processes that are acting & have acted on it*geology
Fife the only member of the band zz top without a beard has what last name*beard
Fifty nine what is calcium oxide*lime
Fifty who had the nickname 'golden bear'*jack nicklaus
Figaro in what opera did cherubino serve count almaviva*marriage of figaro
Fill in the "Bear" Bryant remark: "A tie is like kissing your "*sister
Fill in the blank: chang and eng were the most famous*siamese twins
Fill in the blank: if ___________ was shorter, the face of the world would be changed*cleopatras nose
Fill in: ___ on a limb*out
Fill in: ____ & shine*rise
Fill in: ____ maids all in a row*pretty
Fill in: ____ the lonely*only
Fill in: adding insult to____*injury
Fill in: birds of a ______*feather
Fill in: blind as a ___*bat
Fill in: chomping at the ____*bit
Fill in: dont ____ be happy*worry
Fill in: I'm a little _____ short & stout*teapot
Fill in: knock me for a ___*loop
Fill in: old Mother _____*hubbard
Fill in: swing low,sweet _____*chariot
Fill in: take me to your ___*leader
Fill in: the ___ Piper*pied
Fill in: when in ____ do as the Romans do*rome
Fill in: when you ____ upon a star*wish
Fill in: you get what you ____ for*pay
Film - Who played "Annie Hall"*diane keaton
Film - who played carrie*sissy spacek
Film - who played sue snell in carrie*amy irving
Film - who was the star of "a boy and his dog"*don johnson
Film - who was the star of the doctor*william hurt
Film is to Oscar as Mystery novel is to*edgar
Film title ' ______ leagues under the sea'*20,000
Film title ' ______, a space odyssey'*2001
Film title 'an officer and a ______'*gentleman
Film title 'the last days of ______'*pompeii
Film title' 'fahrenheit ______'*four five one
film: who played "donna caldwell" in the presidio?*meg ryan
film: who played "sean stein" in surrender?*michael caine
film: who played an indian in tell them willie boy is here?*katharine ross
Film: what was the name of princess leia's home planet*alderon
Film: What year was "The Abyss" released*1989
Film: who played "jack forrester" in jagged edge*jeff bridges
Film: who played "jake phillips" in the principal*louis gossett jr
Film: who played "nadia gates" in blind date*kim bassinger
Film: Who played "Semmi" in Coming to America*arsenio hall
Film: who played "sister agnes" in agnes of god*meg tilly
Filo pastry stuffed with chopped nuts and honey*baklava
Final and decisive action of the Napoleonic Wars, that effectively ended French domination of Europe*battle
Final and decisive action of the Napoleonic Wars, that effectively ended French domination of Europe*battle of waterloo
Find sources of light in the word spelled - psalm*lamps
Finely ground meal of grains of wheat, obtained by milling*flour
Fired unglazed pottery*bisque
Firm Music: What was the first album Roger Waters released after leaving Pink Floyd*The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking
First Byzantine emperor*justinian
First division of the Paleozoic Era*Cambrian Period
First emperor of Rome (27bc-14ad), who restored unity and orderly government to the realm after nearly a century of civil wars.*Augustus
First preached by arius in the 4th centruy, what term is used for the belief that jesus is not the equal of god*arianism
First produced in 1960, which Lerner and Loewe musical contains the songs - What Do the Simple Folk Do and If Ever I Would Leave You*camelot
Fish was lead singer with which band, before going solo*marillion
Fish: what is morone mississippiensis*yellow bass
Fishes which, as adults, lie on one side of the body with both eyes on the opposite, upward-facing side of the head*flatfish
Fishy short story also known as Creation Took Eight Days*goldfish bowl
Five minutes*45 minutes
Five u.s states border which ocean*pacific ocean
Flagg canadian: wild hairy monster of indian lore*sasquatch
Flat, round, brown spots on the skin that contain an excess of melanin, the human skin pigment*freckles
Flattened, oblong organ that removes disease-producing organisms & worn-out red blood cells from the bloodstream*spleen
Flattened, pear-shaped, hollow organ in the pelvis of the human female & most other mammals*uterus
Fleshy fruit of trailing cucumber like plant, often dried*gourd
Flexible disc for storage of computer data*floppy disk
Floating wreckage at sea*flotsam
Florence Nightingale tended the soldiers in which war*crimean
Florence nightingale was known as 'the lady of the ______'*lamp
Florence was severely flooded in what year*1966
Florida is often referred to as 'The Sunshine State' what place in Australia also has the same nickname*queensland
Florizel & Perdita are characters in which Shakespeare play*the winter's tale
Fluid produced in the lacrimal glands above the outside corner of each eye*tears
Flutes made from what material do not expand with humidity so their owners are spared the nuisance of tuning them*glass
Flux which english physicist worked on thermodynamics and has a unit of energy named for him*james prescott joule
Fly that bites cattle*gadfly
Flying corps what word comes from latin "monachus", meaning "one who lives alone"*monk
Followers of the unification church are nicknamed _______*moonies
Followers of which religion use prayer wheels*buddhism
Following earlier failures on TV, Danny Thomas successfully returns in*make
Fontana tv: barbara bel geddes won a emmy in 1980 as outstanding lead actress in what drama series*dallas
Fonzarelli the swiss family _______*robinson
Food prepared with wild plants is known as 'cuisine*sauvage
Football - the Philadelphia ______*eagles
Football is the favourite sport of which family*kennedy
Football the baltimore ______*colts
Football the buffalo _______*bills
Football the chicago ______*bears
Football the cincinnati _________*bengals
Football the cleveland ______*browns
Football the dallas ______*cowboys
Football the Denver ____*broncos
Football the minnesota _______*vikings
Football the new orleans ______*saints
Football the pittsburgh ______*steelers
Football the san diego ______*chargers
Football the seattle ________*seahawks
Football the wolverhampton ______*wanderers
Football" the oakland ______*raiders
For a Non-Muslimans , the tour to Mecca is*prohibited
For bangla desh What's Bill Cosby's full name on The Cosby Show*heathcliff huxtable
For every tree that is cut for lumber, how much is sold as timber*one eighth
For her performance in which film did Jane Wyman win the 1948 Best Actress Oscar*johnny belinda
For how long is the note sustained at the end of the beatles' song 'a day in the life'*forty seconds
For how long was the Eiffel Tower the tallest building in the world*forty years
For how many radio stations was john cage's 'imaginary landscaper no 4' scored*twelve
For how many years was Queen Elizabeth the First on the throne of England*45 years
For how much did an american urologist buy napoleon's penis*three thousand
For how much did peter minuit buy manhattan island*24 dollars
For making what is the abalone shell used*jewellery
For Red October What African republic's name was inspired by its thriving elephant tusk trade*The Ivory Coast
For the city 'summer of 69' was a hit for which canuck in 1984*bryan adams
For the city A method of resolving questions of conscience by applying moral principles or laws to concrete cases*Casuistry
For the development of a vaccine against which disease is Jonas Edward Salk best remembered*poliomyelitis (polio)
For the holy grail in the monty python parody 'search for the holy grail', what did arthur's servant use to make the sound of horses hooves*empty coconuts
For what are allen and wright famous*root beer
For what condition is the drug Mogadon prescribed*sleeplessness
For what country did columbus make his historic voyage*spain
For what did robert montgomery coach president eisenhower*television
For what did the knights of the round table search*the holy grail
For what did the marquis de sade serve 27 years in prison*sexual offenses
For what does i.f.p stand*inkatha freedom party
For what does the letter 'S' stand in the initials ISBN*international standard book number
For what does the second letter 'A' stand in the initials BAFTA*british academy of film and television arts
For what feat is Alexei Leonov famous*first space walk
For what genre of book is isaac asimov famous*science fiction
For what is 'gravidity' the medical condition*pregnancy
For what is ethylene glycol used in automobiles*anti-freeze
For what is tea from willow bark good for relieving*pain
For what is the chemical symbol h2o2*hydrogen peroxide
For what is the Italian town of Carrara world famous*marble
For what metal is 'au' the chemical symbol*gold
For what new england woman's college was the first brand of wrigley's gum named*vassar
For what olympic team did andre agassi's father box*iranian olympic team
For what principal purpose are UHF radio waves used*transmission of television signals
for what song did country & western singer marty robbins win a grammy?*el paso
For what song did country and western singer marty robbins win a grammy*el
For what tv sitcom did isabel sanford get her 1981 best actress emmy*jeffersons
For what was black the most common colour in the depression*automobiles
For what was the acanthus plant used as a model*corinthian columns
For what was the last person hanged in the american colonies september 22, 1692*witchcraft
For which 1949 film did Anton Karas write and perform the music*the third man
For which ad campaign was the line 'i can't believe i ate the whole thing' used*alka seltzer
For which cartoon character was beethoven a favourite composer*shroeder
For which country is the lotus flower the national symbol*india
For which decoration do the letters C.G.M. stand*conspicuous gallantry medal
For which English king did Handel compose his Water Music*george the first
For which film did Anthony Quinn win an Oscar for Best Suporting Actor, in 1956*lust for life
For which film did art carney win best actor oscar in 1974*harry and tonto
For which film did Humphrey Bogart win an Oscar in 1951*the african queen
For which film did James Cagney win an oscar*yankee doodle dandy
For which film did Michael Caine win an Oscar in 2000*the cider house rules
For which film did Sophia Loren become the first to win a Best Actor/Best Actress Oscar in a foreign language film*two women
For which novel did A S Byatt win the Booker Prize in 1990*possession
For which series of films did Talbot Rothwell write most of the scripts*the carry on films
For which team will Jensen Button be driving in the forthcoming Formula 1 World Championship motor racing season*benneton
For which team will Neil Hodgson be riding in the forthcoming World Superbike Motorcycling season*ducatti
For who did eric clapton write 'layla'*linda mccartney
For who did the song '867-5309/jenny' spawn a lawsuit*tommy tutone
For who was deana carter named*dean martin
For who was the play 'peter pan' exclusively written*children
For whom did colonel tom parker act as manager*elvis presley
For whom was buckingham palace built*john sheffield
For women, what is the least favourite part of the male body*feet
Ford What US state includes the telephone area code 507*minnesota
Foreman at 45, what did george foreman win*heavyweight championship
Forked, sheet and ball are types of ______*lightning
Form of visible electric discharge between rain clouds or between a rain cloud and the earth (Electricity)*lightning
Formal invocation of the divine blessing upon people or things*benediction
Formal or informal agreement among business firms designed to reduce or suppress competition in a particular market.*Cartel
Former baseball star chuck connors hits a bull's-eye with adult-western*rifleman
Former Royal coat of arms of France*fleur-de-lis
Former YES drummer Bill Bruford played with what group in 1972*king crimson
Formerly with spencer davis, he went on the form traffic with dave mason*steve winwood
Fortnum and Masons in London was opened in which year*1707
Fortymile creek was the location of what alaskan discovery in 1886*gold
Founded in 1896, what was IBM formerly called*tabulating machine company
Founded in the 6th Century B.C., which religion has two schools - the Hinayana, or Lesser Vehicle, and the Mahayana, or Greater Vehicle*buddhism
Four European countries keep Greenwich Mean Time. The UK and Ireland are two, name either of the others*iceland*Portugal
Four thirds multiplied by pi multiplied by the radius cubed, gives you the volume of what geometric object*sphere
Four*444
Fourth letter of the Greek alphabet*delta
Fox what is the capital of idaho*boise
Fragrant flowering African bulb*freesia
Fragrant plant with edible leaf-stalks and seeds*fennel
Frampton with what vegetable song did dee dee sharp score big*mashed potato time
France has the highest per capita consumption of ______*cheese
France the bliss of mrs blossom starred what actress in the title role*shirley
Francis What prime-time soap opera debuted as a five-part miniseries in 1978*dallas
Francophobia is a fear of ______*anything french
Frank Zappa was lead singer with which band*mothers of invention
Frankfort is the capital of ______*kentucky
Franki valli and the _______*four seasons
Fredcrick the First, 1657 to 1713, was the first king of which country*prussia
Frederick Gowland Hopkins won a Nobel prize in 1929 for which medical discovery*vitamins
Fredericton is the capital of which Canadian province*new brunswick
Freetown is the capital of ______*sierra leone
French bread filled with meat, cheese and salad is called a what*hero sandwich
French for until we meet again*au revoir
French philosopher, scientist, and mathematician, sometimes called the father of modern philosophy*descartes
French word for jewel or trinket*bijou
French: done and past arguing about*fait accompli
Freya was the norse goddess of ______*love and fertility
Frigophobia is a fear of ______*cold
From 1979 to 2000, which will be the most distant planet earth*neptune
From 1980 to 1995, which country produced the largest amount of crude oil*saudi arabia
From new york to where was the first commercial Boeing 747 flight*London
From pasadena Whose soldiers were the first ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize*united
From the coast of which county does the padstow lifeboat get launched*cornwall
From the milk of which animal is real Mozzarella cheese made*buffalo
From the milk of which animal is ricotta made*sheep
From what "black metal" did blacksmith's take their name*iron
From what animal is mutton*sheep
From what animal is venison*deer
From what BBC TV series comes the phrase 'And now for something completely different*monty python's flying circus
From what coast do dalmatian originate*dalmatian coast
From what country do we get Avia wines*yugoslavia
From what country was the athlete Peter Snell*new zealand
From what did alexander the great suffer*epilepsy
From what did julius caesar and napoleon suffer*epilepsy
From what did the ghan railway get its name*camel drivers
From what group of wild plants are cereals derived*grasses
From what is banana oil made*petroleum
From what is rum distilled*Sugar cane
From what is the liqueur kirsch made*cherries
From what language is the term 'finito'*italian
From what language is the word 'mummy' derived*persian
From what material are millefiori ornaments made*glass
From what material are snooker balls made*chrystallite
From what material is the ring made in Sumo Wrestling*clay
From what plant is opium derived*poppy
From what platform does the 'chattanooga choo choo leave pennsylvania station*twenty nine
From what were balloons originally made*animal bladders
From what words is dublin derived*dubh linn
From where are walloons*belgium
From where do alsatians originate*alsace-lorraine
From where does the expression "thin as a rail" originate*bird
From where does the uvula dangle*palate
From where is the music for the 'star spangled banner'*anacreon in heaven
From where to london was the first commercial boeing 747 flight*new york
From where to where did the first railway on the witwatersrand run*johannesburg to springs
From where was ricky in 'i love lucy'*cuba
From which album did the original version of Elton John's Candle in the Wind come*goodbye yellow brick road
From which American state do the Bighorn Mountains arch northwest into southern Montana*wyoming
From which animal is 'ambergris'*sperm whale
From which city can you see Table Mountain*cape town
From which Congreve play comes the line, 'Music has charms to soothe a savage breast'*the mourning bride
From which country are the European Space Agency Ariane rockets launched*french guiana
From which country did the astromomer Tycho Brahe come*denmark
From which date does the legal term ' Time Immemorial' apply*1189*the death of henry ii
From which element is pitchblende derived*uranium
From which fish is caviar obtained*sturgeon
From which French word does the 'mayday' distress signal come*m'aidez
From which fruit is the liqueur Kirsh made*cherries
From which fruit is the liqueur obtained*cherry
From which kind of organism is the indicator litmus extracted*lichens
From which large South American country do the beers 'Brahma Chopp' and 'Antarctica' come*brazil
From which Marx Brothers film comes the line 'Either he's dead, or my watch has stopped*a day at the races
From which musical did the gongs "Spring, spring, spring" and "The Lonesome Polecat Lament" come*seven brides for seven brothers
From which musical did the songs 'If my friends could see me now' and 'There's got to be something better than this' come*sweet charity
From which musical does the song Getting to Know You come*the king and i
From which musical does the song On The Street Where You Live come*my fair lady
From which musical does the song Surrey With the Fringe on Top come*oklahoma
From which part of a tree does turmeric come*root
From which plant does the drug belladonna come from*deadly nightshade
From which plant family do vanilla pods come*orchid*orchidaceae
From which prison in South Africa was Nelson Mandela released*victor verster
From which Shakespeare play does the line 'All the world's a stage' come*as you like it
From which Shakespeare play does the line 'The course of true love never did run smooth.' come*a midsummer night's dream
From which sport does the phrase' to win hands down' come*horse racing
From which station does the 'chattanooga choo choo leave*pennsylvania
From which team did marlboro switch its backing to mclaren in the 1974 season*brm
From which type of rock is marble formed*limestone
From which village did the pop group 'The Village People' hail*greenwich village
From who did malta gain independence in 1964*britain
From whom did J.F. Kennedy accept his dog Pushinska*nikita kruschev
From whom did Peter Mandelson borrow the money for his house*geoffrey robinson
From whom did rocky first win the boxing championship*apollo creed
From whom did the u.s buy the virgin islands*denmark
Fromage is french for*cheese
Front which part of a pig do we get ham*hind leg
Frontenac what university dismissed timothy leary for involvement with drugs*harvard
Frozen dew or vapour*frost
Fruit preserved in sugar*glace
Fruit puree thin enough to pour*coulis
Fuel especially methane poduced by fermentation of organic matter*biogas
Funchal is the principal city of which Portuguese province*madeira
Gaddafi came to power in which year*1969
Galahad what woman poet only left her home state of massachusetts once*emily
Galena is a major ore of which metal*lead
Galena is the principal Lead ore which other element is combined with the metal to form Galena*sulphur
Gallery what is further from the equator-------tasmania, tanzania or transylvania*transylvania
Game bird with feathered feet*grouse
Game in which participants simulate military combat using airguns to shoot paint capsules at each other*paintball
Game or fly fishing is for salmon and which other fish*trout
Game show: before she became the head-turning letter turner on wheel of fortune in 1982, vanna white appeared as a contestant on what show*the
Game show: before she became the head-turning letter turner on wheel of fortune in 1982, vanna white appeared as a contestant on what show*the price
game show: before she became the head-turning letter turner on wheel of fortune in 1982, vanna white appeared as a contestant on what show?*the price is right
Game show: which of the 60 minutes men hosted several game shows in the early part of his career*mike wallace
Gamophobia is fear of ______*marriage
Gandhi mahatma gandhi was cremated in 1948, 1952 or 1959*1948
Ganesha is the hindu god of ______*good fortune
Garfunkel What is the smallest dinosaur so far discovered*Compsognathus
Garfunkel*simon and garfunkel
Garland who was the unnamed executive producer of the 1980 film 'elephant man'*mel
Garnet, amethyst and zircon are all types of what*minerals
Garuda is the national airline of which far-eastern country*indonesia
Gathering in of a seasons crops*harvest
Gaye on which show were we introduced to ernestine the operator*laugh in
Gemorrah who killed goliath*david
Gene Hackman starred in the French Connection what was the name of the character he played*popeye doyle
General sherman burned this city in 1864*atlanta
Generals Gowon, Abasanjo and Abacha have all been leaders of which African State*nigeria
Generation X Toys: Building tool named after Civil War president*lincoln logs
Generation X Toys: Company that made Atari games like Kaboom and Megamania*activision
Generation X Toys: Design tool for budding Gloria Vanderbilts*fashion plates
Generation X Toys: Once scarce, pudgy dolls that came with their own birth certificates*cabbage patch kids
Generation X Toys: You coloured these and then watched them contract in the oven*shrinky dinks
Genoa overlooks which sea*ligurian
Gentlemen what hairstyle did chris evert sport in her first us open tennis champions*pigtails
Genus of annual and perennial herbs (Buttercup) containing about 20 species, grown for their showy flowers.*Adonis
Geographic on what river is blackpool*river fylde
Geography: "Honolulu" means -------------*sheltered harbor
Geography: "Oceania" is a name for the thousands of islands in the central and southern ---------------. It is sometimes referred to as the South Seas.*pacific ocean
Geography: "Utah" is from the Navajo word meaning ---------*upper
Geography: --------- has the nation's largest city park system, with more than 200 parks within city limits and 20,000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains - an area larger than all of Manhattan Island.*denver
Geography: --------- is the largest country in Africa. It has a population greater than 28,100,000.*sudan
Geography: --------- sits on the southern coast of France, near the border with Italy, and covers 0.73 square miles (approximately 1/2 the size of New York's Central Park).*monaco
Geography: ---------- is a land with a lot of big creatures - it is home to the world's largest snake (the anaconda, measuring up to 35 feet in length), largest spider, largest rodent (the capybara, a sort of guinea pig the size of a police dog), and the world's largest ant.*brazil
Geography: ---------- is home to the world's most remote weather station. Its Eureka weather station is 600 miles from the North Pole.*canada
Geography: ---------- was admitted to the U.N. in May 1993, making it the smallest country represented there.*monaco
Geography: ----------- has 150 recognized ecosystems.*hawaii
Geography: ----------- has official state neckwear - the bolo tie.*arizona
Geography: ----------- is smaller than the state of Montana (116,304 square miles and 147,138 square miles, respectively).*italy
Geography: ----------- is the most densely populated non-island region in the world, with more than 1,970 humans per square mile.*bangladesh
Geography: ----------- is the only country in the Middle East that does not have a desert.*lebanon
Geography: ----------- was called the "Gateway to the West" in the 1800s because it served as a starting place for wagon train departures.*st. louis
Geography: ------------ averages the greatest number of shark attacks annually - an average of 13.*florida
Geography: ------------ is derived from the Indian word Bhotanta, meaning "the edge of Tibet." It is located in Asia near the southern fringes of the eastern Himalayas.*bhutan
Geography: ------------ is one-quarter the size of the state of Maine.*israel
Geography: ------------ is the world's largest producer of cork. The country has regulations protecting cork trees dating back to 1320. During the 1920s and 1930s, it became illegal to cut down the trees other than for essential thinning and removal of older non-producing trees.*portugal
Geography: ------------ means "land of the free."*thailand
Geography: ------------ possesses more proven oil reserves than any country outside the Middle East.*venezuela
Geography: ------------- has the highest per capita income in the world, except for the oil sheikdoms.*bermuda
Geography: ------------- in Wyoming, the world-famous, nearly vertical monolith rises 1,267 feet above the Belle Fourche River. Known by several northern plains tribes as Bears Lodge, it is a sacred site of worship for many American Indians. Scientists are still undecided as to what exactly caused the natural wonder, although they agree that it is the remnant of an ancient volcanic feature.*devils tower
Geography: ------------- is the birthplace of many celebrities, including David Birney, Blair Brown, Connie Chung, Matt Frewer, Goldie Hawn, Al Gore, John Heard, Edward Hermann, William Hurt, John F. Kennedy, Jr., Michael Learned, Roger Mudd, Maury Povich, Chita Rivera, Pete Sampras, and Peter Tork.*washington, d.c
Geography: ------------- is the largest Spanish-speaking country and the second-largest Roman Catholic nation in the world.*mexico
Geography: ------------- is the largest Western European country. Its area is slightly less than twice the size of Colorado.*france
Geography: ------------- itself was formed by the activity of undersea volcanoes.*hawaii
Geography: -------------, Illinois was nicknamed the Windy City because of the excessive local bragging that accompanied the Columbian Exhibition of 1893. ----------- has actually been rated as only the 16th breeziest city in America.*chicago
Geography: -------------- has a sand desert with dunes over 100 feet high. It is located along the flatland of the Kobuk River in the northwestern part of the state.*alaska
Geography: -------------- has the greatest number of islands in the world: 179,584.*finland
Geography: -------------- is the fourth-largest island in the world. It is approximately the same size as the state of Texas.*madagascar
Geography: -------------- is the largest French-speaking city in the Western Hemisphere.*montreal
Geography: -------------- is the only continent without reptiles or snakes.Antarctica
Geography: -------------- is the second smallest country in the world and the principality has four distinct divisions. (1.) La Condamine, the business district. (2.) The Casino or Monte Carlo. (3.) Monaco-Ville which is on a rocky promontory and (4.) Fontvieille.*monaco
Geography: -------------- is the world's oldest black republic. The major religion there is voodoo.*haiti
Geography: -------------- was the U.S. Confederacy's largest city.*new orleans
Geography: --------------, in Russia, is the largest city north of the Arctic Circle.*murmansk
Geography: --------------, in the eastern West Indies, is one of the world's most densely populated countries.*barbados
Geography: --------------- got its start as a major tourist destination during the early days of World War II. German U-boats threats off the eastern United States compelled the wealthy to find new places to vacation. At one time one had to be a millionaire to enjoy ----------, but that hasn't been the case for years.*acapulco
Geography: --------------- has 254 counties. Alaska, which is more than twice as large, hasn't any.*texas
Geography: --------------- is the first and last city in the world to operate cable cars. Almost 100 other cities around the world have had cable cars, but all have discontinued use. The cable cars began operation on August 2, 1873. Designed by London born engineer Andrew Hallidie, the cable cars are controlled by a subterranean loop that travels at a constant 9.5 miles per hour.*san francisco
Geography: --------------- use wooden "eyeglasses" with narrow slits for eyepieces to protect their eyes from glare reflected by ice and snow.*eskimos
Geography: ---------------- was the first American city planned for a specific purpose. It was designed by Major Pierre Charles L'Enfant, to be a beautiful city with wide streets and many trees. The district was originally a 10 miles square crossing the Potomac River into Virginia. The Virginia part of the district was given back to Virginia in 1846.*washington, d.c
Geography: ----------------, of the southern Baja Peninsula, was favored by early pirates because of its safe harbors.*los cabos
Geography: ----------------- has two official national anthems.*south africa
Geography: ------------------ in southern California is the lowest point in the United States at 282 feet below sea level. The highest point in the contiguous 48 states is also in California: Mount Whitney, which is 14,491 feet above sea level.*death valley
Geography: ------------------- has the largest rural population in the United States.*pennsylvania
Geography: ------------------- includes the islands of New Britain and New Ireland.*papua new guinea
Geography: ------------------- is 98 percent ice, 2 percent barren rock. The average thickness of the ice sheet is 7,200 feet; this amounts to 90 percent of all the ice and 70 percent of all the fresh water in the world. If the ice cap were to melt, the sea level would rise by an average of 230 feet.*antarctica
Geography: ------------------- is the only Central American country not bordering the Caribbean Sea.*el salvador
Geography: -------------------- has 570 miles of shoreline.*new york city
Geography: --------------------- account for more than half of the world's total production of peanuts. The United States grows about 10 percent of the world's peanut crop, mainly in such southern states as Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.*india and china
Geography: ----------------------- has parallel drops of only 158 and 167 feet.*niagara falls
Geography: A distillery was originally on the site of America's first mint, the ------------ mint, which opened in 1792.*philadelphia
Geography: A whirlpool below ------------ iced over for the first time on record, on March 25, 1955.*niagara falls
Geography: About 43 million years ago, the Pacific plate took a northwest turn, creating a bend where new upheavals initiated the Hawaiian Ridge. Major islands formed included Kauai, 5.1 million years old, Maui, 1.3 million years old, and ----------, a youngster at only 800,000 years old.*hawaii
Geography: According to ---------- historian Herodotus, Egyptian men never became bald. The reason for this was that, as children, Egyptian males had their heads shaved, and their scalps were continually exposed to the health-giving rays of the sun.*greek
Geography: According to a Fortune magazine survey conducted a few years ago, --------- topped the list of best major U.S. cities to balance work and family.*seattle
Geography: According to the ----------------------, a survey of 18- to 24-year-olds from nine nations put the United States dead last in general geographic knowledge scores. One in seven - about 24 million people - could not find their own country on a world map. The survey revealed that Americans possess a pathetically poor sense of where they are - much less any knowledge about the rest of the world. And even more alarming, those who participated in the survey were recent high school and college graduates.*national Geographic Society
Geography: According to the U.S. Naval Observatory, the first populated land where the Sun will rise on a new day is at Kahuitara Point (44░ 16' S 176░ 9' W) on Pitt Island in the Chatham Islands, a dependency of ---------------------*new zealand
Geography: America purchased Alaska from ---------- in 1867 for $7,200,000 - about 2 cents an acre.*russia
Geography: Among the fifty-two ------------- churches Sir Christopher Wren created from 1670 to 1711, the greatest was St. Paul's Cathedral.*london
Geography: Antibes, on the eastern French Riviera, was founded by the --------- in the fourth century B.C. After World War II, Pablo Picasso left Paris to live near the Mediterranean. He worked for six months in the Grimaldi castle where he painted La Joi De Vivre. It is now a museum that holds many of Picasso's paintings and pottery. Antibes also hosts one of the largest antique shows in Europe each spring.*greeks
Geography: Approximately 70 percent of the Earth is covered with water. Only 1 percent of the water is ---------------*drinkable
Geography: Arguably the largest state in the world, ----------------------- covers one-third of the Australian continent. It spans over 2.5 million square kilometers (1 million square miles).*western australia
Geography: Arizona boasts a great variety of fossils, the best known of which were of creatures that lived during the Triassic Period. These include early dinosaurs and the trees that left us Arizona petrified wood, (Araucarioxylon arizonicum), the state's fossil. Arizona petrified wood is protected in Petrified Forest National Park. Another famous Arizona fossil site is the Grand Canyon. It was carved out of the -------------, a famous geologic region.*colorado plateau
Geography: As of 1990, ------------------, Pennsylvania was the only U.S. city of the nation's largest 50 cities with a higher death rate than birth rate.*pittsburgh
Geography: At the start of the twentieth century, the spectacular city of -----------------, didn't even exist. Now it's home to more than one million people, and the city boasts nine of the world's ten largest hotels.*las vegas, nevada
Geography: Australia's highest mountain is named for Thaddeus ----------------, the Polish general who fought in the American Revolution.*kosciusko
Geography: Barking Sands Beach on the Hawaiian island of ---------- is known for its unusual sand that squeaks or "barks like a dog." The dry sand grains emit an eerie sound when rubbed with bare feet.*kauai
Geography: Before 1918, ----------- belonged to Austria-Hungary; from 1918 to 1991, it was part of Yugoslavia. It declared its independence on June 25, 1991.*slovenia
Geography: Bore-hole seismometry indicates that the land in ------------- moves up and down 25 cm throughout the day, corresponding with the tides. Earth tides are generally about one-third the size of ocean tides.*oklahoma
Geography: Canada is the second-largest country in the world after ----------. Nearly 90 percent of the Canada's population is concentrated within 161 km of the United States/Canada border.*russia
Geography: Colorado's capital of ---------- is the largest metro city in a 600-mile radius - an area almost the size of Europe.*denver
Geography: Coral reefs, sometimes called the "rain forests of the sea," cover more than 6,500 square miles in the -------------, the Gulf of Mexico, off Florida, and the Pacific. They are home to an estimated 550 species of fish, and are major tourist attractions.*caribbean
Geography: During the nineteenth century, Michigan was a key stop on the Underground Railroad, and many runaway slaves decided to make their homes there. Currently, 14 percent of Michigan's population is --------------------*african american
Geography: Each tour through Natural Bridge Caverns in ------------ covers 3/4 mile. An average tour guide will walk almost 560 miles in one year.*texas
Geography: Each year ----------- has approximately 5,000 earthquakes, including 1,000 that measure above 3.5 on the Richter scale.*alaska
Geography: Filled with water, gas, electric, telephone, cable, steam, and sewer lines, ------------- is the most dense underground site in the United States.*manhattan
Geography: Florida is not the southernmost state in the United States. ----------- is farther south.*hawaii
Geography: For centuries, Spain's ----------------- has been and still is one of the world's largest.*fishing fleet
Geography: For those who are eager to peek inside Europe's only active volcano, a shuttle takes tourists close to the top of Mount Vesuvius. After that, it is a thirty-minute hike to the lip of the crater. Mount Vesuvius erupted about seventy-nine years after Christ. The flourishing city of ---------- was obliterated, buried under a thirty-foot wave of hot mud and volcanic ash. The lunar-like top of the volcano stands at a dizzying 4,000 feet.*pompeii
Geography: Formally called Kiritimati, -------------------- in the Indian Ocean is 52 square miles.*christmas island
Geography: Four states have active volcanoes: Washington, ---------------, Alaska, and Hawaii, whose Mauna Loa is the world's largest active volcano.*california
Geography: From the 1830s to 1960s, the Lehigh River in eastern -------------, was owned by the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co., making it the only privately owned river in the United States.*pennsylvania
Geography: Gore is also known as the Brown Trout Capital of the World and New Zealand's -----------*country music capital
Geography: Grasshopper Glacier in ----------- was named for the grasshoppers that can still be seen frozen in the ice.*montana
Geography: Hell's Canyon on the Snake River is deeper than the ---------------*grand canyon
Geography: If the ----------- River were stretched across the United States, it would run just about from New York to Los Angeles.*nile
Geography: In --------------, Domino's Pizza has a reindeer sausage pie on its menu.*iceland
Geography: In ----------------, the Presidential highway links the towns of Gore and Clinton.*new zealand
Geography: In 1507, the first globular map was published showing the Western Hemisphere. It was printed at St. Die in the Vosges Mountains of Alsac, and it was the first map to use the term -----------*america
Geography: In 1932, Porto Rico was renamed --------------*puerto rico
Geography: In the country of ------------------, the basic monetary unit is the tala.*western samoa
Geography: In the world's oceans, there are: 58 species of sea grasses; less than 1,000 species of cephalopods (squids, octopi, and pearly nautiluses); 1,000 species of sea anemones; 1,500 species of brown algae; 7,000 species of echinoderms (starfishes, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, and sea lilies); 13,000 species of fishes; and 50,000 species of --------------*mollusks
Geography: Japan consists of the four large islands of Hokkaido, ----------, Shikoku, Kyushu, and about three thousand smaller islands.*honshu
Geography: Lake Baikal in -------------- is the only lake in the world that is deep enough to have deep-sea fish.*siberia
Geography: Located 137 miles north of Rome, ------------- is the oldest and one of the smallest republics in the world.*san marino
Geography: Located in the Indian Ocean just north of the equator, ---------- had a highly developed civilization as early as the fifth century B.C.*sri lanka
Geography: Located in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea, the nation of C˘te d'Ivoire has been officially known as such since 1986. Previously, it was called the --------------*ivory coast
Geography: Located on the Yucatan Peninsula, which juts into the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, --------- was largely a stretch of empty beach until it opened for business in 1972. Close to Texas's border, it has become Mexico's most popular beach resort, with more than 25,000 hotel rooms.*cancun
Geography: Lombard Street is London's equivalent of New York's --------------*wall street
Geography: Many cities in our country bear the names of other countries. The U.S. city of Mexico can be found in the states of Indiana, Maine, and ----------------*missouri
Geography: Miami Beach, Long Beach, Huntington Beach, Palm Beach, Pacific Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach - there are scores of U.S. coastal cities and towns with "beach" in their names. Surprisingly, there's only one city in the United States named merely "Beach." It is found in ------------, which is a land-locked state.*north dakota
Geography: Miami, Florida, is the most southerly major city in the continental United States, sitting about two degrees north of the --------------------*tropic of cancer
Geography: Monaco is so small, it covers about 350 acres. Fifty-five Monacos could fit inside the city of Paris. The diminutive principality still attracts the elite. The capital city of ------------- still maintains some royal rituals. Tourists flock to see the Palace's regal "changing of the guard". Monaco is also a popular tax haven for the wealthy.*monte carlo
Geography: More than two-thirds of Earth's land surface lies north of the -------------*equator
Geography: Mount Carmel is one of Chicago's finest graveyards, and is the oldest Catholic cemetery in the western part of the Archdiocese of Chicago. The vast majority of persons buried here are Italian. There are more than 400 private Italian family mausoleums in Mount Carmel, more than any other cemetery in the area. The most popular attraction is the Bishops' mausoleum, which received over 50,000 visitors in the two months following the death of Cardinal Bernardin in October 1996. But to many, Mount Carmel is equally famous for the graves of Chicago's notorious gangsters of the 1920s - including the infamous -----------------*al Capone
Geography: Myanmar was known as ------------- until 1989.*burma
Geography: Myrtle Beach, ------------------ has the most mini-golf courses per area in the U.S. At last count, there were 47 in a 60 mile radius.*south carolina
Geography: Nature's totem, the awe-inspiring, 325-foot spire of Chimney Rock in -----------, informed Pony Express riders and frontiersmen they had crossed the American plains and that mountains lay ahead.*nebraska
Geography: Nicknamed the "Soft Coral Capital of the World" by underwater explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau, the ---------- islands offer some of the best scuba diving in the world. It offers a comprehensive range of dive locations. Spectacular hard and soft corals, caves, and grottoes, are home to amazingly diverse aquatic life that includes species such as sharks, tuna, turtles, and fish of all sizes and colors.*fiji
Geography: Of the 3,000 islands of the Bahama chain in the ------------, only 20 are inhabited.*caribbean
Geography: Of the ten strongest earthquakes ever recorded in the world, three have occurred in ------------*alaska
Geography: Of the twenty-five highest mountains on Earth, nineteen are in the --------------*himalayas
Geography: Old Faithful, the jewel of --------------------------- in Calistoga, California, is not as dependable as it used to be. Because of vandalism and age-old geological shifts, the world's largest geyser is slowly losing its reputation for erupting like clockwork. In 1970, the average time between eruptions of the 126-year-old geyser was 66 minutes. The average today is about once every 77 minutes, or 18 times a day instead of 21. The geyser's power hasn't diminished, however.*yellowstone national park
Geography: On an average day in the mid 1990s, more than 13,000 people trekked to the ------------- in Arizona. Because of the wear and tear on the natural wonder's fragile environment, tourism is now being limited, as are sight-seeing helicopters and motor vehicles in the national park.*grand canyon
Geography: On March 27, 1964, North America's strongest recorded earthquake, with a moment magnitude of 9.2, rocked central --------------*alaska
Geography: One of the deadliest diseases in the world is Japanese River Fever, with a mortality rate of more than 50 percent. It is found only near rivers in certain areas of Japan, China, Korea, Burma, and --------------*india
Geography: One prominent feature of the Greek climate is its ample sunshine. The sun shines in Greece about 3,000 hours per year. Greece's heavily indented shores give the country extraordinary beauty, quite unique in the --------------. The length of the Greek coastline is estimated at 15,000 kilometers.Mediterranean
Geography: Only one Canadian province borders at least one Great Lake: ---------*ontario
Geography: Panama, because of a bend in the isthmus, is the only place in the world where one can see the sun rise on the Pacific Ocean and set on the --------------*atlantic
Geography: Reykjavik, --------------- is likely the cleanest capital city in the world.*iceland
Geography: Ruby Falls, America's highest underground waterfall open to the public, is located on historic Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, ---------------*tennessee
Geography: San Francisco was the birthplace of the ------------ in 1945. After a brief stop at Lake Success, New York, it was moved to New York City because many European nations believed San Francisco was too far to travel.*united nations
Geography: Savannah, ---------------- was founded in 1733 as a haven for British debtors.*georgia
Geography: Sometimes land boundaries are not uniform. ------------ and the Netherlands have an underground boundary that differs from the surface boundary shown on maps. In 1950, the two countries agreed to move the underground boundary so as not to divide coal mines between the two countries.*belgium
Geography: Strangeray Springs cattle station in ----------------- is the largest ranch in the world. It's area, 30,029 square kilometers, and is only slightly smaller than the European country of Belgium.*south australia
Geography: Taiwan was known formerly as -----------------*formosa
Geography: The -------- river has frozen over at least twice, in 829 and 1010 A.D.*nile
Geography: The ----------- is the world's oldest desert, and the only desert inhabited by elephant, rhino, giraffe, and lion.*namib
Geography: The ----------- River has 1,100 tributary streams.*amazon
Geography: The ------------ is actually a desert environment, averaging about the same amount of monthly rainfall as the Sahara Desert.*south pole
Geography: The ------------- got its name from the occasionally extensive blooms of algae that, upon dying, turn the sea's normally intense blue-green waters to red.*red sea
Geography: The ------------- is the lowest body of water on Earth at 1,315 feet below sea level at its lowest point.*dead sea
Geography: The ------------- is the world's smallest ocean. It is mostly covered by solid ice, ice floes, and icebergs.*arctic ocean
Geography: The --------------- comprises an area as large as Europe. Its total land mass is some 3,565,565 square miles.*sahara desert
Geography: The --------------- is not a sea, but a landlocked salt lake, 45 miles long by 9 miles wide.*dead sea
Geography: The ----------------- is the lowest country in the world. It is estimated that 40 percent of the land is below sea level.*netherlands
Geography: The 4,200-meter-high summit of Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano, on the island of --------- hosts the world's largest astronomical observatory, with telescopes operated by astronomers from eleven countries. The combined power of Mauna Kea's telescopes is fifteen times greater than that of the Palomar telescope in California - for many years, the world's largest - and fifty times greater than that of the Hubble Space Telescope. Since astronomers observe the skies at night and car headlights interfere with observations, it is preferred that visitors drive to the summit area between sunrise and sunset. Daytime visitors are also welcomed.*hawaii
Geography: The Amazon river pushes so much water into the ------------- that, more than a hundred miles at sea, off the mouth of the river, one can dip fresh water out of the ocean and drink it.*atlantic
Geography: The ancient cavern system of Ka`eleku Caverns at Hana on the Hawaiian island ------, was created from hot molten lava flowing 30,000 years ago. Tourists can hike with experienced guides deep into the subterranean passages of one of the world's largest lava tubes.*maui
Geography: The Arctic ocean is the smallest and -------------*shallowest
Geography: The beautiful Antibes on the ----------------- is the luxury-yacht capital of the world. Antibes also hosts one of the largest antique shows in Europe each spring.*french riviera
Geography: The Bingham Canyon copper mine in -------- is the biggest manmade hole on Earth. It is more than half a mile deep and 2.5 miles across. An astronaut can see this hole from the space shuttle with his bare eyes.*utah
Geography: The Bledowska Desert, in ------------ is the only true desert in Europe.*poland
Geography: The border between --------- and the U.S. is the world's longest frontier. It stretches 3,987 miles (6,416 km).*canada
Geography: The citizens of -----------------, Brazil are called "Cariocas."*rio de janeiro
Geography: The city name ---------------- is derived from an Algonquin word meaning "traders."*ottawa
Geography: The city of --------- used to be known as Puerto Rico (which means "rich port" in Spanish), while the island of Puerto Rico was originally named San Juan.*san juan
Geography: The City of Bridges in --------- are to be found in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The city of Saskatoon was named for the red berries that grew along its riverbank*canada
Geography: The city of Los Angeles is more than one-third the size of the entire state of --------------*rhode island
Geography: The distance from Honolulu to New York is greater than the distance from Honolulu to -----------*japan
Geography: The Federated States of -----------, located at the Eastern Caroline Islands in the northwest Pacific Ocean, has more than 600 islands and 40 volcanos.*micronesia
Geography: The first city to reach a population of 1 million people was ----------, Italy in 133 B.C. London, England reached the mark in 1810 and New York City, USA made it in 1875. Today, there are over 300 cities in the world that boast a population in excess of 1 million.*rome
Geography: The first letter of every continent's name is the same as the last: AmericA, AntarcticA, EuropE, AsiA, --------------, AfricA.*australia
Geography: The geographic center of ---------- is located in the city of Thunder Bay.*canada
Geography: The Gulf countries of the Middle East are located on the Arabian Gulf - it is important when visiting or conducting business in the Gulf countries to not refer to that body of water as the ---------------*persian gulf
Geography: The Hawaiian Islands are the projecting tops of the biggest mountain range in the world. Mauna Kea, on the island of Hawaii, is the largest mountain on Earth - though partially submerged, it is 4,000 feet taller than -----------------*mount everest
Geography: The highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis in western ----------, is just 4,406 feet high. In many other countries, a "mountain" of this size would be considered something less than a large hill.*scotland
Geography: The highest mountain on Earth, -------------, reaches only about halfway through the lowest layer of the troposphere.*mount Everest
Geography: The highest point in Pennsylvania is lower than the lowest point in --------------*colorado
Geography: The islands of ------------- have no rivers or lakes. The inhabitants must use rain for water.*bermuda
Geography: The Italian city of -----------, where Shakespeare's lovers Romeo and Juliet lived, receives about 1,000 letters addressed to Juliet every Valentine's Day.*verona
Geography: The J÷kulsßrglj˙fur National Park (the name means "glacial river canyon") is Iceland's newest reserve. Sometimes referred to as "Iceland's Grand Canyon," the park possesses the country's largest gorge, verdant vegetation, bizarre rock formations and caves, the steep-walled valley of ┴sbyrgi, and countless waterfalls. Other highlights include the echoing rocks, Hljˇ­aklettar; the lush springs of Hˇlmatungur; and Dettifoss, Europe's most powerful waterfall. The park is east of H˙savÝk in north-eastern ------------*iceland
Geography: The King Ranch in -------- is bigger than the state of Rhode Island. It comprises 1.25 million acres and was the first ranch in the world to be completely fenced in. At one time, its borders were guarded by armed patrol.*texas
Geography: The land area of the country of ---------- is slightly smaller than Alabama.*greece
Geography: The largest bird colony in the world is located on the islands off the coast of Peru. Ten million Peruvian boobies and cormorants reside there. Their diet - anchovies - produces the world's finest fertilizer, guano. Because of the value of their droppings, the birds were placed under strict protection by the -------.*incas
Geography: The largest city on the Mississippi River is -----------------*memphis, tennessee
Geography: The largest lake in Australia is --------, measuring 3,420 square miles (8,885 sq. km).*eyre
Geography: The largest U.S. state is home to the 4,215-square-mile Katmai National Monument, the largest of all other United States national parks and monuments in size. Glacier Bay National Monument, also in Alaska, ranks second with 3,554 square miles, and ------------------------- is third with 3,472. Katmai (pronounced "cat-my") is about four-fifths as large as Connecticut, and more than twice the size of Delaware.*yellowstone national park
Geography: The longest main street in America, 33 miles in length, can be found in Island Park, ----------*idaho
Geography: The majestic --------------, popular honeymoon site for newlyweds located in both New York Ontario, was named after the Mohawk Indian word meaning "thunder of waters".*niagara falls
Geography: The majestic eastern slopes of Table Mountain in ---------------- create the home of the world-renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. The gardens are dedicated to the preservation of the indigenous plants of South Africa. More than 6,000 different species of plant are grown here, including ancient cycads and many species of erica, pelargoniums, ferns, and rare succulents.*cape Town
Geography: The Monegasque - natives of ---------------- - constitute only about 16 percent of the nation's population.*monoco
Geography: The most densely populated state in the United States is ---------------*new jersey
Geography: The most famous natural landmark in ------------------ is the Giant's Causeway. Comprised of approximately 37,000 dark basalt columns packed together, they were formed when a volcanic eruption spewed molten basalt out 55 million years ago. As the basalt cooled, these unique polygonal structures were formed. Most of the columns of the Giant's Causeway form a six-sided honeycomb pattern. Some have as many as ten sides and measure about 12 inches across and up to forty feet in length.*northern Ireland
Geography: The muskellunge, a fierce fighting fish that can weigh in at around 70 pounds, is the official state fish of -------------------*wisconsin
Geography: The nation of -------------- has an AK-47 assault rifle on its flag.*mozambique
Geography: The nation of --------------- covers approximately the same land area as the state of Wisconsin. Yet it ranks eighth in population among all the world's countries.*bangladesh
Geography: The nation of ---------------, located in the Atlantic Ocean 450 miles west of the western tip of Africa, has no minerals except salt and pozzolana.*cape verde
Geography: The northernmost U.S. state capital is ----------------*juneau, alaska
Geography: The official state musical instrument in South Dakota is the -------------*fiddle
Geography: The old Roman province of Lusitania is now called ------------. Some parts of Lusitania are also found in Spain.*portugal
Geography: The only river that flows both north and south of the equator is the -------------. It crosses the equator twice.*congo
Geography: The only three countries in the world whose names begin with "Z" are Zambia, Ziare and ----------, all in Africa.*zimbabwe
Geography: The Oregon Trail (1840-1860), the route used during the westward migrations of the United States, started in ------------- and ended in Oregon and was about 2,000 miles long.*missouri
Geography: The peacock is the national bird of ---------*india
Geography: The Philippines is an archipelago of 7,107 islands in the ----------------*pacific ocean
Geography: The planner of the city of ------------------ was French architect Pierre L'Enfant. In 1791, it was known as Federal City.*washington d.c
Geography: The roadrunner is the official bird of -------------*new mexico
Geography: The Salto Alto (Angel Falls) in -------------- is the highest waterfall known. It is more than twenty times higher than Niagara.*venezuela
Geography: The seven natural wonders of the world are suggested to be Mount Everest in Nepal/Tibet; Victoria Falls in Zambia/Zimbabwe; Grand Canyon in Arizona; ------------------ in Australia; the Northern Lights; Paricutin volcano in Mexico; and Rio de Janeiro Harbor in Brazil.*great barrier reef
Geography: The small island of ------------ in the Caribbean, off the coast between Cancun and Playa del Carmen, has long been known as a diver's paradise. Its clear water hosts the second-largest reef in the world.*cozumel
Geography: The smallest island with country status is ---------- in Polynesia, at just 1.75 square miles (4.53 sq km).*pitcairn
Geography: The smallest U.S. state in area, west of the Mississippi River, is -------------*hawaii
Geography: The standard single oar used by gondoliers in ------------ is 14 feet long.*venice
Geography: The state of ---------- has one city named Sisters and another called Brothers. Sisters got its name from a nearby trio of peaks in the Cascade Mountains known as the Three Sisters. Brothers was named as a counterpart to Sisters.*oregon
Geography: The state of ---------- was once known as the "Earmuff Capital of The World". Earmuffs were invented there by Chester Greenwood in 1873.*maine
Geography: The streets of --------- were lit by gaslights for the first time in 1807. Before that, torches were used.*london
Geography: The territory of French Polynesia covers an area, including inland water, of about 1,550 square miles. The capital is ------------ on the island of Tahiti, the largest of the islands. There are 130 French Polynesian islands in all.*papeete
Geography: The town of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is closer to the equator than it is to the -------------*north pole
Geography: The two Canadian provinces that are landlocked are ---------- and Saskatchewan.*alberta
Geography: The U.S. coastline, comprised of the Atlantic, ----------, and Gulf waters, involves 25 of the 48 mainland states.*pacific
Geography: The U.S. state of ---------- has 3,500 miles of coastline.*maine
Geography: The U.S. state that contains the most square miles of inland water is --------------*alaska
Geography: The United States would fit into the continent of ------------ three and a half times.*africa
Geography: The water of the ----------- is seven to eight times saltier than ocean water.*dead sea
Geography: The white cliffs of ---------- is a natural landmark located at the southern coast of England. The distinctive color of the cliffs was actually created by the accumulation of skeletal remains of tiny organisms deposited over thousands of centuries. Sea level was higher millions of years ago, and after the waters receded, the whitish residual remains of the creatures were exposed.*dover
Geography: The world's biggest meteor crater is located in New Quebec, --------------*canada
Geography: The world's longest railway is in -------. The Central Railway climbs to 15,694 feet in the Galera tunnel, 108 miles from Lima. Tourists take it to get to the ruins of Machu Picchu.*peru
Geography: The world's tallest mountains, the ------------, are also the fastest growing. Their growth - about half an inch a year - is caused by the pressure exerted by two of Earth's continental plates (the Eurasian plate and the Indo-Australian plate) pushing against one another.*himalayas
Geography: There are 42 other year-round research stations on Antarctica. All told, about ---------- people live on Antarctica in summer, 1,000 in winter.*four thousand*4,000
Geography: There are approximately 100,000 glaciers in --------------*alaska
Geography: There are approximately 320,000 ------------- in the world.*icebergs
Geography: There are four mountain ranges in New York State: Adirondack, Catskill, Shawangunk, and ----------*taconic
Geography: There are sand dunes in Arcachon, ----------- that are 350 feet high.*france
Geography: There is a U.S. state capital that was named after a famous German. Bismarck, North Dakota, was named after ----------------------*otto von bismarck
Geography: There is only one river in the world that has its source near the equator and from there flows into a temperate zone: the ---------. For some little-understood reason, the flow of most rivers is in the opposite direction.*nile
Geography: Though part of the British Isles, the --------------- is administered according to its own laws by the Court of Tynwald. The island is not bound by British law unless it chooses to be.*isle of man
Geography: Though the -------------- sprawl measures 15 miles wide by 15 miles long, most of the 30 million tourists each year tend to mob the 6-mile stretch of -------------- Boulevard that includes both the Strip, home to the city's glittering, impressive major casinos, and the downtown area.*las vegas
Geography: Tonto Natural Bridge in ---------- is the largest natural travertine bridge in the world, spanning Pine Creek 183 feet high. Mineral springs rich with limestone formed the massive bridge one drop at a time. Hats, shoes, or other items left in the creek become encrusted with travertine and appear to be made of stone.*arizona
Geography: Tourists who are eager to visit recently erupted volcanoes while on vacation should take heed. Volcanic ash has been known to remain hot for a period of nearly --------------*one hundred years*100 years
Geography: Towering more than a mile above the ----------- valley known as Jackson Hole, the awe-inspiring Grand Teton rises to 13,770 feet above sea level. Located south of Yellowstone National Park, twelve Teton peaks reach higher than 12,000 feet elevation, high enough to support a dozen mountain glaciers. Youngest of the mountains in the Rocky Mountain system, the Teton Range displays some of the North America's oldest rocks. About 4,100,000 people visit Grand Teton National Park every year.*wyoming
Geography: Translation of ------------- is "beautiful country".*sri lanka
Geography: Turkey's largest city, -------------, played a central role in Greek history. Called Constantinople, it was capital of the Byzantine Empire. The name ------------ was not officially adopted until 1930.*istanbul
Geography: Twenty-three states in the U.S. border an ------------*ocean
Geography: Two thousand years ago, the ancient Roman city of ---------- was a thriving commercial port of 20,000 people.*pompeii
Geography: Under a treaty dating back to 1918, if the Grimaldis of --------- should ever be without a male heir, --------- would cease to exist as a sovereign state and would become a self-governing French protectorate.*monaco
Geography: Unlike most African nations, -------- was never a European colony.*ethiopia
Geography: Until 1266, the Isle of Man was owned by --------- and was a separate country with its own King who also owned the Sodor, the southern isles of Scotland. Edward III was the Isle of Man's first English king, but in 1405, Henry IV gave it to the Stanley family and it later passed to the Dukes of Atholl. It was not until 1765 that it was sold to the British Government for 70,000 pounds.*norway
Geography: Using satellite-surveying techniques, scientists have determined that Los Angeles, California is moving east. At a rate estimated to be about one-fifth of an inch per year, the city is moving closer to the -----------------*san gabriel mountains
Geography: Various U.S. cities are named after other countries. You can visit the U.S. city of -------- in the states of Maine, Nebraska, and New York.*peru
Geography: Various U.S. cities have been named for popular European cities. If you say you're going to be vacationing in --------, it could mean the city located in either the states of Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas, or West Virginia. Perris, California is another possibility. Then again, it could be in France.*paris
Geography: Water is so scarce in the arid regions of --------- that, in the grasslands, the people never take baths, and sometimes must wash their faces in yak's milk.*china
Geography: Whale watching in South Africa has become part of the South African experience for tourists. The Cape Whale Route stretches from Doringbaai on the West Coast to the Tsitsikamma National Park on the East Coast and incorporates many varied whale viewing points. About thirty-seven species of ------------------------ typically visit South Africa. The southern right whale is seen the most frequently.*whales and dolphins
Geography: With about 865 people per square mile, the island of ------------- is one of Europe's most densely populated regions.*madeira
Geography: With nearly ten million visitors in 1998, the beautiful and impressive ------------------- National Park drew nearly twice the number of visitors as the second most-visited park, the Grand Canyon, with nearly five million visitors.*great smoky mountains
Geography: Within northern California's Humboldt Redwoods State Park's 53,000 acres, there are more than 17,000 acres of old-growth forest. -------------------, close beside Bull Creek and the Eel River, is one of the largest remaining tracts of contiguous uncut coast redwood forest in the world.*rockefeller forest
Geography: Yuletide-named towns in the United States include Santa Claus, located in Arizona and Indiana, Noel in Missouri, and Christmas in both Arizona and -------------*florida
Geography: Yuma, ------------ has the most sun of any locale in the U.S. - it averages sunny skies 332 days a year.*arizona
George Fox founded which religious group*quakers
George Harrison lost a plagiarism suit for which of his songs*my sweet lord
George Michael was one half of Wham!, name the other half.*Andrew Ridgley
George Stephenson was born in what year*1781
George Washington became the first president of the US in what year*1789
George washington carver advocated planting peanuts and sweet potatoes to replace what*cotton and tobacco
George washington carver advocated planting what to replace cotton and tobacco*peanuts and sweet potatoes
Gephydrophobia is a fear of _____*bridges
Gephydrophobia is a fear of....*bridges
German physicist and Nobel laureate, who was the originator of the quantum theory*planck
German scientist, who is generally regarded as the founder of the science of mineralogy*Agricola
Germanophobia is a fear of ______*anything german
Germany was split into two zones by which agreement*yalta agreement
Germany's allies in WW II were Japan, Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, Finland, Libya, and _________*romania
Germany's allies in wwi were austria-hungary, bulgaria and ______*turkey
Germany's allies in wwii were japan, italy, hungary, bulgaria, finland, libya and ______*rumania
Germany's equivalant to the dollar is ______*deutchmark
Germany's WW I allies were Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and ________*turkey
Gesture of celebration in which two people slap each others palms with their arms outstretched over their heads*high-five
Ghost who calls munich the 'monaco of bavaria'*italians
Gillan Music: Who re-recorded 'Secret Agent Man' in 1979*Devo
Gina Hemphill carried the Olympic Torch at the opening ceremony of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games. Who was her famous grandfather*jesse owens
Ginger Baker, Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce were the line-up to which band*cream
Giovannie in the opera 'don giovanni', who was leporello*servant
Give a year in the life of the painter Frans Hals.*1580-1666
Give another name for hydrocyanic acid (HCN), sometimes wrongly called cyanide*prussic acid
Give another name for the Gnu*wldebeest
Give either first name of the author P.G.Wodehouse*pelham*grenville
Give either of poet E.E.Cummin s' christian names. edward*estlin
Give either of poet W.H.Auden's Christian names*wystan*hugh
Give either of the food items eaten by the Owl and the Pussycat.Mince*quince
Give either of the two men who completed the first circumnavigation of the globe in a balloon*bertrand piccard*brian jones
Give one of Michael Portillo's other Christian names.denzil*xavier
Give one of the forenames of baseball player, Babe Ruth*george*herman
Give the name of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's dog*flush
Gladys knight and the _______*pips
Glascow was voted the European City of Culture in which year*1990
Glassy mineral the red kind is used as a gem*garnet
Gnu is the three letter term for which animal*wildebeest
Go down on me football the denver ____*broncos
Goats have rectangular ______*pupils
Goitre is an enlargement of what gland*thyroid
Gold medal who asked the musical question "didn't i blow your mind this time"*delfonics
Gold or silver in lump valued by weight*bullion
Golden books in how many films did grace kelly appear*eleven*11
Good rhine wines are bottled in what colour bottles*brown
Goose-geese, passerby- ______*passersby
Got a way what sport did andre agassi's dad compete in*boxing
Got to do with it Who created the famed butler "Jeeves"*pg wodehouse
Gothenburg is the chief seaport of which country*sweden
Graham bell His ship was the H.M.S. Beagle*charles darwin
Grammy Awards: What album by Michael Jackson won the grammy in 1983*thriller
Grammy Awards: What album by various artists won the grammy in 1972*concert
Grammy Awards: What single by Tina Turner won the grammy in 1984*what's love
Grand prix what measures walking distance*pedometer
Graphite dust is formed when what is cut with a laser*diamond
grass from SE Asia yeilding a fragrant oil*citronella
Great woman opera singer*diva
Greek gods of mythology: which goddess personified the earth*gaea
Greek mythology monster with lions head, goats body and serpents tail*chimera
Greek philosopher, who profoundly affected Western philosophy through his influence on Plato*socrates
Grenadine is a syrup from the juice of which fruit*pomegranate
Grey and black #1 what latin word means 'little shaded area'*umbrella
Grotesque carved spout usually projecting from the gutter of a building*gargoyle
Guatemala is the capital of ______*guatemala
Guinness Modern ballroom dance, of Argentinian origin*tango
Guiyaquil is the largest city in which country*ecuador
Gustav Vasa was the King of which Scandinavian country*sweden
Guy Blaine is the latest boyfriend of which famous lady*barbie
Gymnophobia is a fear of __________*naked bodies
Gypsum is a hydrated sulphate of which metal *calcium
H2S04 is the chemical formula for which compound*sulphuric acid
Habib Ibn Ali Bourguiba became president of which country in 1957, was re-elected three times before being made Life President in 1975*tunisia
Hadephobia is a fear of ______*hell
Hades was god of what*The underworld
Hagen the _____ _______ supplies the liver with oxygen*hepatic artery
Hagen what is a young lion called*cub
Haggard as what is merle haggard also known as*okie from muskogee
Hagiology is the study of what*saints
Haifa is a major seaport in which country*israel
Haiphong is the third largest city in which south-east Asian country*vietnam
Half years who made her show business debut at the age of 2 1/2 as part of her family's vaudeville act on the 'new grand theater stage'*judy garland
Halifax is the capital of ______*nova scotia
Hamburg lies on which river*the elbe
Hamlet was the prince of ______*Denmark
Hammer, anvil and stirrup are parts of ______*ear
Hammer, anvil, and stirrup are parts of the ______.*Ear
Handlebar, toothbrush and walrus are all types of what*moustache
Hanoi is the capital of ______*north vietnam
Hansen's disease has another name what is it*leprosy
Hansenosis is more commonly known as....*leprosy
Harbour who wrote 'the invisible man'*h.g wells
Hard heavy black tropical wood*ebony
Harrison What do the San Joaquin kit fox, Hawaiian hawk and Ocelot have in common*endangered species
Hartford is the capital of ______*connecticut
Hartford is the capital of which American state*connecticut
Harvard college was founded in this year*1636
Hattie McDaniel was the first black actress to win an Oscar, for which film*gone with the wind
Havana is the capital of ______*cuba
Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?*Batman
Haven What was the name of Flash Gordon's girlfriend*dale arden
Havilland what does dean martin's california license plate say, on his stutz blackhawk*drunky
Hawaii lies on the Tropic of*cancer
Haydn's 'Creation' was based on Genesis and which other piece of literature*paradise lost
Hazel was the maid for what family*baxters
He assassinated john lennon on december 8 1980*mark chapman
He began his career as a lead vocalist with the group 'them' during the early british invasion.*van morrison
He belted out hits for Bad Company, The Firm and then went out on his own*Paul Rodgers
He discovered phobos*asaph hall
He gave us malted milk*william horlick
He is known as "the father of geometry".*Euclid
He led the mormons to the great salt lake*brigham young
he Marquis of Blandford is heir to which British Peerage*duke of marlborough
He played "grizzly adams"*dan haggerty
He produced the Beatles "Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band"*george
He produced the Beatles "Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band"*george martin
He released the parody "oh you ate one too" in 1988 which included the song "Cabo Wabo"*Van Halen
He released the parody 'oh you ate one too' in 1988 which included the song 'cabo wabo'*van halen
He said 'i have nothing to offer but blood, tears, toil and sweat'*winston
he said 'i have nothing to offer but blood, tears, toil and sweat'?*winston churchill
He was 'dancing on the ceiling'*lionel richie
Head which spanish explorer named the amazon river*orellana
Heavier-than-air craft that derives its lift not from fixed wings like those of conventional airplanes, but from a power-driven rotor or rotors, revolving on a vertical axis above the fuselage*helicopter
Heavy material stabilizing a ship*ballast
Helena is the capital of ______*montana
Heliophobia is a fear of ______*sun
Heliotaxis means the response of an organism to what*sunlight
Hell hath no fury like ______*a woman scorned
Hellenologophobia is a fear of ______*greek terms
Hemp plant part of which can be used as a narcotic*cannabis
Henry the Eighth was the father of two English Queens, Mary I and Elizabeth I. Which other King was the father did the same*james the second
Her headline hit in 1984 was "Girls Just Want To Have Fun"*cyndi lauper
Heroin is the brand name of morphine once marketed by who*bayer
Herpetophobia is a fear of ______*reptiles
Heston the american flag first flew over a foreign fort in what country*libya
Heterophobia is a fear of ______*opposite sex
Hey! what was the name of this song released by 'the romantics' in february 1980*what i like about you
High speed passenger train is called a*bullet train
Highly poisonous substance used in the extraction of gold and silver*cyanide
Hillary What bird lays an egg that is roughly a quarter of its body weight*Kiwi
Hippophobia is a fear of ______*horses
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is a fear of ____*long words
Hirohito ascended to the Japanese throne in which year*1926
His hit, Calendar Girl, features the lyrics "April-You're The Easter Bunny When You Smile"*Neil Sedaka
His ship was the H.M.S. Beagle*charles darwin
Historical usually Spanish warship*galleon
Hit parade 1992 - What movie has Meg Ryan switching identities with an elderly man*prelude to a kiss
Hitchcock*graham russell russell hitchcock
Hitchhiker's Guide: What race writes the third worst poetry in the Universe*Vogons
Hitler annexed the Sudetenland in the 1930s. Of which country was it a part*czechoslovakia
Hobophobia is a fear of ______*beggars
Hockey compared to the earth, how much gravity does the moon have*one eighth
Hockey the calgary _______*flames
Hockey the los angeles ________'*kings
Hockey the toronto ______*maple leafs
Hockey the vancouver _______*canucks
Hockey: what divides the rink laterally into three equal areas*blue line
Hodophobia is the fear of*road travel
Hoffman who wrote about a british agent named george smiley*john le carr
Holland hosted the Olympics in which year*1928
Home*his clerks house
Homichlophobia is the fear of*fog
Homilophobia is the fear of*sermons
Hominophobia is the fear of*men
Homo sapiens" means:*man of knowledge
Homophobia is a fear of ______*monotony
Homophobia is the fear of*sameness
Honshu is the largest island of which country*japan
Hoplophobia is the fear of*firearms
Hormephobia is the fear of*shock
Hormone used in treating inflammation and allergy*cortisone
Hot chocolate believes in miracles, and wants to know where you're from ______*you sexy thing
Hot springs are known as geysers after the great geysir that is located where*iceland
Houari Boumedienne was president of which country from 1965 to 1978*algeria
Hours how many times do your ribs move every year during breathing*five million
House of renee what song won the grammy for "song of the year" in 1977*you light up my life
House on what part of the body is an 'ltk procedure' performed*eyes
Household items such as television sets and audio equipment are know as*brown goods
Houston who sang 'rescue me'*fontella bass
Houston, Waco and Fort Worth are all in which state*texas
Hovercrafts can be described as A.C.V.s. For what do the letters A.C.V. stand*air cushion vehicle
How are the first five books of the bible known collectively*the pentateuch
How big a can of soda pop contains the equivalent of 9 teaspoons of sugar*twelve ounce
How big is the city of london*one square mile
How deep is a fathom*six feet
How did Alice get into the land of the living chess pieces*through the looking glass
How did Buddy Holly die*aeroplane crash
How did captain cook lose 41 of his 98 crew on his first voyage to the south pacific in 1768*scurvy
How did ed mcmahon of the tonite show start his career*circus clown
How did Indiana previously know Marion in Raiders of the Lost Ark?*He studied with her Father
How did Jamie Sommers become bionic?*from a parachute accident.
How did John Belushi die?*Drug and Alcohol overdose
How did Lawrence of Arabia meet his death in 1935*motor cycle accident
How did Mark Chapman shock the world*shot john lennon
How did Marvin Gaye die*shot by his father
How did Mussolini die*execution
how did Rose Nilin's husband Charlie die on The Golden Girls?*He died of a heart Attack while making love to Rose.
How did sir walter raleigh die*execution
How did sonny bono die*skiing accident
How did the bum convince the family dog to start eating again in Down and Out in Beverly Hills?*He ate the dog's food
How did the crew of Red Dwarf get brought back to life?*By Nanobots
How did the little match girl die*froze to death*froze
How did Virginia Woolf die*committed suicide
How do frogs breathe under water*through the skin
How do male moths find female moths in the dark*by smell*smell
How do you tell a male chromosome from a female chromosome*pull down their genes
How does a tortoise drink water*thru its nose
How does a wine become a "fortified" wine*brandy is added
How does Alice kill Freddy Krueger in "Nightmare on Elm Street 4"?*with a mirror
How does the mermaid buy the gift for tom hanks in "splash"*her necklace
How far does the cruise liner 'queen elizabeth ii' move for each gallon of diesel it burns*six inches
How far is Neptune from the sun*2793 million miles
How far is the north pole from the magnetic north pole*one thousand six
How fast can a kangaroo hop*forty mph
How fast did the bus in the movie Speed need to go in order not to blow up?*below 50mph
How fast does the tip of a rotary mower travel*two hundred km/hr
How high could the Klopek's furnace go in The 'burbs?*5000 degrees
How is "Maria Kalageropoulos" better known*maria callas
How is "Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar" better known*el cid
How is 75% of petrol in an engine wasted*combustion
How is a zither played*plucked
How is abba calling for help*sos
How is the tree with the botanical name Fagus better known*beech
How long can it take for the insecticide DDT to break down in nature*eight years
How long did it take god to create the universe*seven days
How long did the hundred years war last*116 years
How long did the israelites wander in the desert after the exodus*forty
How long did the thirty years war last*thirty years*30 years
How long did Yuri Gagarin's first orbit round the Earth take*one hundred and eight minutes
How long does a game of ice hockey last*sixty minutes
How long does it take a fully loaded supertanker to stop from travelling at normal speed*twenty minutes
How long does it take for sunlight to reach earth*eight minutes
How long does it take the average person to fall asleep*seven minutes
How long is a diamond anniversary*fifty years
How long is a giraffe's tongue*twenty one inches
How long is a one year anniversary*paper anniversary
How long is a paper anniversary*one year
How long is a sesquicentennial*150 years
How long is a silver anniversary*twenty five years
How long is a standard Olympic swimming pool*fifty metres
How long is a swimming race that covers sixteen lengths of an olympic pool*eight hundred metres*800 metres
How long is an elephant pregnant*two years*2 years
How long is an emerald anniversary*sixty years
How long is an eon*one billion years
How long is an Olympic swimming pool*50 metres
How long is Camptown racetrack*Five miles
How long is the Danube River*1,750 miles
How long is the le mans endurance motor race*twenty four hours
How long is the longest tunnel*one hundred and sixty nine kms
How long is the memory span of a goldfish*three seconds*3 seconds
How long must the first word in a Scrabble game be*two letters*2 letters
How long passed from the making of minute rice & its marketing*eighteen years*18 years
How long passed from the making of the first zipper & its marketing*fifty five years*55 years
How long was jesus' temptation in the desert*forty days
How long was jonah in the whale's stomach*3 days
How long was nelson mandela in prison*twenty seven years
How long was the love affair between dashiel hammett and lillian hellman*thirty years
How long was the marquis de sade in prison for sexual offences*twenty seven
How long was the six day war*six days
How long were Jerry Seinfeld and his pals sentenced in the series finale?*One year
How long were Noah and his family confined in the ark*one year*1 yr*a year
How loud can a human snore be*sixty nine decibels
How many 'southpark' episodes have there been that kenny didn't get killed*one
How many 'tarsal' bones do we have in each foot*seven
How many air force one(s) are there*two
How many American voyages did Christopher Columbus make*four*4
How many animals are used to designate the years of the Chinese calendar*twelve*12
How many apostles did Jesus choose*twelve*12
How many astronauts manned each apollo flight*three
How many bags of mail were lost by the Pony Express*one
How many basic positions of the feet are there in ballet*five
How many beams of light are used to record a holograph*two
How many birthday candles were Michael Jackson & Madonna each obliged to blow out in 1998*forty*fourty*40
How many bits was the intel 4004 chip*4 bits
How many black union soldiers were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor*sixteen*16
How many blackbirds were baked in a pie*four & twenty*4 & 20
How many blades are there on a kayak paddle*two*2
How many blades does a kayak paddle have*two
How many bones are there in the human body*two hundred & six*206
How many bonus points in Scrabble if all seven tiles played at once*fifty*50
How many books are in the old testament of the holy Bible**thirty nine*39
How many books are there in a trilogy*three*3
How many books are there in anne rice's vampire series*five
How many books of the Bible, generally known as the letters of Paul, are between Romans & Philemon (inclusive)*thirteen*13
How many bulls are slaughtered in a normal bullfight*six*6
How many calories are there in a glass of water*0
How many cards are there in each suit of a standard deck*thirteen*13
How many cars are permitted to take part in a Formula One race*twenty six*26
How many cells die in the human body every minute*300,000,000
How many chambers does the human heart have*four
How many championship divisions are there in boxing*eight*8
How many children are in the 'american dream'*2.5
How many children did Adam & Eve have*three*3
How many children did Adam and Eve have together*three
How many children did adam and eve have*three
How many children did adam and eve parent together*three*3
How many children did JR Ewing knowingly have that lived on "Dallas"?*3
How many children did noah have*three
How many children did president william henry harrison have*ten
How many children did queen anne have*seventeen
How many Christmas trees are produced by Nova Scotia anually*1
How many chromosomes do each body cell contain*forty six
How many cigars did sir winston churchill ration himself to a day *fifteen
How many claws does a housecat have*eighteen
How many colonies fought in the American war of Independence*thirteen
How many colours are there in the rainbow*seven
How many consecutive years was the ed sullivan show on tv*twenty three*23
How many contestants participated in the first modern olympiad*484
How many continents must a sport be played on before the IOC will consider making it an Olympic event for men*four*4
How many continents must a sport be regularly played in before it is accepted into the olympics*five*5
How many cooks spoil the broth, according to a well known saying*too many
How many countries border the black sea*four
How many cycles per second in one megahertz*1 million
How many cylinders does a V-8 engine have*eight*8
How many days and nights did the Lord flood the earth while Noah and his family were safely aboard the ark*forty*40*fourty
How many days are there in a fortnight*fourteen*14
How many days are there in a leap year*three hundred & sixty six*366
How many days can a cockroach live without water*thirty
How many days can a us tourist stay in south korea without a visa*fifteen*15
How many days did the first successful trans-atlantic balloon flight take*six days*6 days
How many days long is a year on the planet Mercury*eighty eight
How many days were the american hostages held in Iran*four hundred & forty four*444
How many days were the american hostages held in iran*four hundred and forty
How many degrees are all the angles in a square*three hundred and sixty
How many dice are used in Backgammon*five*5
How many dimples does a golf ball have*three hundred and thirty six
How many dots are on a twister mat*thirty
How many dots are there on a pair of dice*42
How many dots are there on a pair of dice*forty two
How many elevators stopped at the bridge on Star Trek*one*1
How many engines are on a b52 bomber*eight
How many engines does the saturn rocket boast*eight
How many episodes were there in the original star trek series*seventy five
How many eyes are there in a deck of 52 cards*forty two
How many facets has a snowflake*six*6
How many feet are there in a nautical mile*6080
How many feet are there in one fathom*six
How many fires erupted in the april 18, 1906 san francisco earthquake*fifty
How many floors are in the empire state building*102
How many folds does a monopoly board have*one
How many freckles did howdy doody have*forty eight
How many gallons of diesel does the cruise liner 'queen elizabeth ii' use for each six inches it moves*one gallon
How many gigawatts of electricity did Doc Brown need to generate to power the delorion in back to the future?*1.21 gigawatts!!
How many gloves did Michael Jackson wear?*One
How many great lakes are there*five
How many Great Lakes do not border Michigan*one*1
How many hearts do earthworms have*five
How many hearts has an octopus*three*3
How many herbs and spices are used in kentucky fried chicken*eleven
How many horses are there on a polo team*four*4
How many hours a day does a ferret sleep*twenty
How many hours are there in a week*one hundred and sixty eight
How many hours does an antelope sleep at night*one
How many hurdles are there in a 400 metres hurdle race*ten*10
How many hurdles are there in a women's hurdle sprint*ten
How many hydrogen atoms would fit across a full stop*1,000,000
How many ice ages have there been in the last 150,000 years*two
How many individual bets make up a Yankee*eleven*11
How many islands make up hawaii*twenty
How many Jews were saved on Schindler's List*1,100
How many johns have been pope*twenty one*21
How many karats is pure, unalloyed gold*twenty four*twenty four*24
How many lanes are there in an olympic swimming pool*eight
How many laps are there in a Speedway race*four
How many laps make up the Indianapolis 500*two hundred*200
How many lashes did jesus receive*thirty nine
How many legs do crabs, lobsters & shrimp each have*ten*10
How many legs does a crab have*ten
How many legs does a lobster have*ten
How many legs does a spider have*eight
How many legs does odin's horse have*eight
How many legs has a woodlouse*fourteen*14
How many letters are used for roman numerals*seven
How many letters in the roman alphabet*twenty six
How many lines does a sonnet have*fourteen*14
How many litres of air is in an adult lung*five
How many litres of water vapour can be lost in a large tree in an hour by transpiration*three hundred
How many litters can have a mouse in a year*up to ten
How many lives did Herb Philbrick lead*three
How many locks are there on the Suez Canal*none*0
How many medals did the USSR win at the 1984 Olympics*none
How many member states are there in the United Arab Emirates*seven*7
How many members are in the 'fairfield four'*five
How many members were in the group Bread*three
How many men have walked on the moon*twelve*12
How many miles are there in a league*three*3
How many miles can a Pershing missile travel*four hundred*400
How many minutes is each period of hockey*twenty minutes
How many months are there in a year*twelve
How many moons does Jupiter have*sixteen
How many musicians are there in a nonet*nine
How many names did the first telephone book ever issued contain*fifty
How many Nightmare On Elm Street movies were made in the 80's?*5
How many numbers are on the spinner in 'the game of life'*ten
How many of the 150 psalms are attributed to moses*one - psalm 90*one*1
How many of the islands of hawaii are inhabited*eight
How many of the u.s states have similar names (like virginia and west virginia)*six
How many olypmic medals has mark spitz won*nine
How many organizational levels are there in the human body*four*4
How many ounces of orange juice contains the minimum daily requirement for vitamin c*six ounces
How many pairs of jaws does a crab have*six
How many pairs of ribs are there in a male skeleton*twelve
How many peas grace the average pod*eight*8
How many people did andrew cunanan kill before killing gianni versace*four
How many people were killed in the battle of lexington*eight
How many percent of our brains do we use*ten percent
How many pieces of bun are in a mcdonald's big mac*three
How many players are there in a men's lacrosse team*ten
How many players are there in a water polo team*seven
How many pockets are there on a true billiard table*none
How many points does a backgammon board have*twenty four
How many points is the green ball worth in snooker*three
How many pole positions did ayrton senna score*sixty five
How many possible opening moves does white have at the start of a game of chess*twenty
How many pounds are there in a stone*Fourteen
How many red stripes are there on the national flag of the U.S.A.*seven
How many ring are there on the olympic flag*five*5
How many rooms are there in buckingham palace*six hundred and two
How many runs are scored in cricket if the ball is hit over the boundary without bouncing*six
How many sacraments are there in the roman catholic church*seven
How many sayings did jesus say from the cross*seven
How many seams are there on an american football*four
How many seconds comprise a day*86,400
How many segments for the number 8 on a digital clock*seven
How many semihemidemisemiquavers are there in a breve*256
How many senators comprise the US Senate*one hundred*100
How many sheets of paper are there in a ream*five hundred*500
How many sides does a baseball homeplate have*five
How many sides does a dodecagon have*twelve
How many sides does a heptagon have*seven*7
How many sides does a snowflake have*six
How many solutions are there to a quartic equation*four
How many species of frogs are there in the UK*three
How many spectators can cram into Strahov Stadium (world's largest)*240,000
How many spectral colors are in a rainbow*twenty seven
How many spokes does an umbrella have*eight
How many spots are on a dice*twenty one
How many squares are on a Shogi (Japanese chess) board?*eighty one
How many squares on shogi (japanese chess) board *eighty one
How many standard bottles of wine are there in a Jereboam*four*4
How many stars are on the paramount film studio logo*twenty two
How many stars are there on the new zealand flag*four
How many states joinded the confederacy*eleven*11
How many steps are there to the top of the eiffel tower*one thousand seven
How many stitches are on a regulation baseball*one hundred and eight
How many stories did enid blyton publish in 1959*fifty nine
How many strigs can have a banjo*four*five
How many suicides are recorded in the bible*seven
How many teeth constitute a set of adult teeth*thirty two
How many teeth does a mosquito have*forty seven
How many teeth does a walrus have*eighteen
How many tentacles does a squid have*ten
How many thousand million tonnes of carbon dioxide are formed each year by the combustion of fossil fuels*sixteen
How many throwing events are there in a decathlon *three
How many times did Fred Archer win the English Derby*five
How many times did peter deny jesus*three
How many times has the character Ross from the show friends been married?*Twice
How many times have the olympic games been cancelled due to war*three*3
How many times its own length can the average flea jump*one hundred and
How many times was Joe diMaggio named most valuable player*three
How many times was johnny carson married*four
How many toes does the rhea have*three
How many top ten digit hits came from Lionel Richie's LP "Can't Slow Down"*five*5
How many trouser legs are there in a standard Japanese kimono*none
How many tunnels under the mersey link liverpool to the wirral*two
How many VCs were awarded in the Falklands War*two
How many volumes were in abdul kassem ismael's library*one hundred and
How many westerns were directed by a woman*one
How many Wimbledon titles does Billie-Jean King possess*twenty
How many wives was Mormon leader Brigham Young said to have*twenty seven
How many years did Hitler predict the Third Reich would reign*one thousand*1,000*1000*a thousand
How many years does it take for Saturn to orbit the Sun*twenty nine
How many years does it take Saturn to go round the Sun*twenty nine*29
How many years elapsed between the creation of the Republic of Vietnam and Saigon falling to the communists*thirty
How many years in a vicennial*twenty
How many years is a Sapphire Wedding Anniversary*forty five*45
How many years is an Emerald Wedding Anniversary*fifty five*55
How many years long is a quinquennium*five*5*five years*5 years*5 yrs
How much 'monopoly' money do you collect for finishing second in a beauty contest*ten dollars
How much current does a south american eel put out*one amp
How much did a mcdonald's hamburger cost in 1963*fifteen cents*15 cents
How much did greta garbo insure her legs for*one million dollars
How much did seward pay russia for alaska*7.2 million dollars
How much did the hammer weigh that john henry swung*nine pounds*9 pounds
How much does a baby whale gain in weight every day*two hundred pounds
How much does the cullinan diamond weigh*three thousand one hundred carats
How much drinking water did a scuttlebutt hold*a day's supply
How much jelly fills a proper dunkin donuts' munchkin*one half ounce*1/2 ounce
How much longer is a day on mars than a day on earth*thirty minutes
How much memory did the early pc, the sinclair zx80 have*one kilobyte
How much of the Earth's surface is covered by water*seventy
How much playing time is there in a football game*sixty minutes
How much water would a human drink in a lifetime*500 million litres
How much were betty grable's legs insured for*one million dollars
How much wood can a wood chuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood*all the
How often did babe ruth change the cabbage leaf which he wore under his cap*every two innings*every 2 innings*two innings*2 innings
How often does a sesquicentennial occur*every 150 years
How often does Halley's comet become visible*every 76 years
How often does something recur, that recurs "quotidian"*Daily
How old are oak trees before they produce acorns*fifty
How old is a horse when it changes from a filly to a mare*four
How old was deputy Dewey in the first scream?*25
How old was george forman when he became the oldest heavyweight boxing champion*forty five
How old was Jack Benny when he died*eighty
How old was John Schneider when he first played as Bo Duke on the Dukes of Hazzard?*18 years old
How old was judy garland when she made her show business debut*two and a
How old was julius caesar when he was killed*fifty eight
How old was Karen Carpenter when she died*thirty two
How old was leann rhimes when she became a country music star*fourteen
How old was leann rhimes when she recorded her first album*eleven
How old was Marilyn Monroe when she died*thirty six
How old was michelangelo when he died*eighty eight
How old was roy roger's horse trigger when he died*thirty three*33
How old was sarah when she had a child*ninety
How old was the Suez Canal when it was nationalized in 1950*eighty seven
How old was the world's oldest man*one hundred and forty one
How one would describe Jeremiah Peabody's pills*poly unsaturated quick dissolving fast acting pleasant tasting green and purple
How tall are the bearskins worn by the guards at buckingham palace*twenty
How tall was the tallest man*8' 11"
How tall was the world's shortest man*six hundred and seventy mm
How tall was thumbelina*one inch
How thick is an ice hockey puck*one inch
How was Australias most infamous bush ranger*ned kelly
How was crystal palace destroyed*fire
How was hamida djandoubi executed*guillotine
How was Mark Feld better known in the 1970s when he had four number one hits with his band*marc bolan
How was the greek city of troy penetrated*wooden horse
How was the mausoleum at Halicarnassus destroyed*earthquake
How was the universe said to have been created*big bang
How was uther pendragon killed*ambush
How were 'Mr Barrow' and 'Miss Parker' better known*bonnie and clyde
How were the bodies of dead crusaders brought home for christian burial*chopped up and boiled
How were the camels carrying abdul kassem ismael's library trained to walk*in alphabetical order
How would one say the month "April" in french*avril
Hudson how many points are awarded to the winning driver of a formula 1 grand prix race*ten
Huge battle at the end of the world*armageddon
Hugo Quotations: "The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes."*Sir Winston Churchill
Hukusai and Hiroshige were famous Japanese what*artists
Humphrey Bogart received his only Oscar for which film*the african queen
Humphrey Bogart won his only oscar for his part in which film*the african queen
Hundred and nine whose official neutral name is 'the helvetic confederation'*switzerland
Hundred and ninety five litres what toy was originally made from the bladder of an animal*balloon
Hundred and ninety two khartoum is the capital of ______*sudan
Hundred kilometres from what do camels protect themselves with three eyelids*blowing sand
Hundred thousand during the u.s civil war, how many union army blacks gave their lives*thirty
Hundred when does the uterus expand 500 times its normal size*during pregnancy
Hurricane, typhoon and tornado are all types of what*fighter aircraft
Hurt driving: what country is identified by the letter h*hungary
Hussey a hippo can open its mouth wide enough to fit a 4 foot tall ______*child
Hybrid offspring of the jackass (male ass) and the mare, much used and valued in many parts of the world as a beast of burden.*Mule
Hydrargyophobia is the fear of*mercurial medicines
Hydrophobia is a fear of ______*water
Hydrophobia is the fear of*water
Hydrophobophobia is the fear of*rabies
Hyelophobia is the fear of*glass
Hygrophobia is the fear of*liquids, dampness*moisture
Hylephobia is the fear of*materialism
Hylophobia is the fear of*forests
Hypengyophobia is the fear of*responsibility
Hypnophobia is a fear of ______*sleep
Hypnophobia is the fear of*sleep
Hypsiphobia is the fear of*height
I don't like my friends.I don't like your friends either.*Heathers
I love lucy: what was ricky's profession*band leader
I see your schwartz is almost as big as mine.*Spaceballs
I what year was Britains' general strike*1926
I'll Be There For You, sung by the Rembrandts, is the theme song of which American television comedy series*friends
I1948 ---------- Newton-John (in Cambridge, England), singer, born. *olivia
I1948 Olivia ---------- -John (in Cambridge, England), singer, born. *newton
I1948 Olivia Newton----------- (in Cambridge, England), singer, born. *john
Iatrophobia is the fear of*going to the doctor
IBM was founded in what year*1896
Iceland and Greenland are separated by which stretch of water*denmark strait
Ichabod mudd was what to captain midnight*mechanic
Ichthyology is a study of ______*fish
Ichthyophobia is a fear of ______*fish
Ichthyophobia is the fear of*fish
Ida morgenstern was played by what actress in the sitcom rhoda*nancy walker
Ideally, what should be the total of your cards in Baccarat*nine
Ideophobia is a fear of ______*ideas
Ideophobia is the fear of*ideas
If a bear lives in the northern hemisphere, the opening of the cave in which he hibernates is always on which slope*north
If a bear lives in the southern hemisphere, the opening of the cave in which he hibernates is always on which slope*south
If a chemical is 'anhydrous' what does it not contain*water
If a dish is served 'au gratin', what does it have on it*chesse
If a dish is served A la Bretonne, with what would it be garnished*haricot beans
If a dish is served A la Chantilly, what would be its main ingredient*whipped cream
If a flower is described as 'stellate' what shape would it be*star shaped
If a pope has not been elected, what color smoke is seen*black
If a robin's egg is put in vinegar for thirty days, what colour does it become*yellow
If an animal has feathers, what is it*bird
If an animal has gills, what is it*fish
If body temperature was 86 degrees, how long would man live*two hundred
If brazil had won the 1998 tournament, how many times would they have won the soccer world cup*five
If british mp's want to have a private session, what does one of them say when they point to the public gallery*i spy strangers
If eggs have been fried on one side only how are they said to be served*sunny side up
If food has been 'devilled' how would you expect it to taste*hot
If hell is a lake of fire, what would the temperature be*eight hundred and
If in law someone is convicted of A.B.H. for what does the 'A' stand*actual
If one angle in an isosceles triangle is 100 degrees, what is each of the other two*forty degrees
If sand is melted with limestone and sodium carbonate what is formed*glass
If someone from Australia is Australian what is someone from New Zealand*new zealand
If someone gets out of a difficult situation, he is said to have saved his what*bacon
If the skin under someone's finger nails turned blue this would be the first symptom of what*cyanide poisoning
If venus is the second planet from the sun, what is jupiter*fifth
If you "peg out" what game are you playing*cribbage
If you are at Comiskey Park what sport would you be watching*baseball
If you are in your birthday suit what are you wearing*nothing
If you flew due east from new york city, what would be the first country you would reach*portugal
If you flew due west from portugal, what is the first place you would reach*new york city
If you go blind in one eye, you'll only lose about twenty percent of your vision, but all of your ______*depth perception
If you had a Colles' fracture which part of the body would be affected*wrist
If you had chronic regional ileitis, what eponymous disease would you have*crohn's
If you heard the words "Hey You Guys!" what TV program was about to begin?*The Electric Company
If you left Oklahoma by crossing the Red river in a southerly direction, which American state would you enter*texas
If you ordered 'pamplemousse' in a French restaurant, what would you be served*grapefruit
If you saw a segment of "Mathnet," what show were you watching?*Square One
If you saw the word 'aloo' on an Indian menu, which vegetable would it stand for*potato
If you saw the word 'sag' on an Indian menu, which vegetable would it signify*spinach
If you suffer from ailurophobia what are you afraid of*cats
If you suffered from ornithophobia, what would be your greatest fear*birds
If you travel by 'Shanks's pony' how do you go*on foot
If you were a chiropodist which part of the body would you treat*feet
If you were anosmic, what would you lack*sense of smell
If you were born on 01 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 01 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 01 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 01 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 01 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 01 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 01 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 01 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 01 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 01 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 01 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 01 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 02 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 02 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 02 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 02 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 02 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 02 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 02 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 02 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 02 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 02 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 02 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 02 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 03 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 03 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 03 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 03 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 03 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 03 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 03 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 03 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 03 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 03 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 03 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 03 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 04 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 04 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 04 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 04 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 04 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 04 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 04 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 04 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 04 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 04 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 04 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 04 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 05 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 05 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 05 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 05 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 05 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 05 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 05 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 05 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 05 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 05 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 05 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 05 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 06 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 06 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 06 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 06 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 06 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 06 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 06 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 06 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 06 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 06 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 06 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 06 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 07 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 07 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 07 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 07 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 07 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 07 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 07 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 07 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 07 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 07 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 07 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 07 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 08 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 08 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 08 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 08 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 08 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 08 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 08 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 08 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 08 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 08 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 08 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 08 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 09 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 09 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 09 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 09 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 09 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 09 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 09 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 09 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 09 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 09 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 09 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 09 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 10 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 10 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 10 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 10 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 10 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 10 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 10 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 10 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 10 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 10 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 10 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 10 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 11 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 11 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 11 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 11 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 11 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 11 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 11 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 11 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 11 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 11 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 11 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 11 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 12 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 12 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 12 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 12 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 12 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 12 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 12 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 12 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 12 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 12 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 12 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 12 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 13 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 13 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 13 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 13 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 13 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 13 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 13 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 13 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 13 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 13 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 13 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 13 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 14 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 14 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 14 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 14 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 14 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 14 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 14 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 14 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 14 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 14 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 14 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 14 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 15 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 15 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 15 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 15 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 15 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 15 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 15 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 15 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 15 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 15 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 15 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 15 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 16 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 16 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 16 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 16 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 16 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 16 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 16 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 16 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 16 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 16 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 16 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 16 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 17 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 17 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 17 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 17 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 17 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 17 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 17 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 17 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 17 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 17 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 17 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 17 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 18 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 18 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 18 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 18 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 18 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 18 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 18 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 18 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 18 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 18 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 18 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 18 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 19 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 19 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 19 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 19 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 19 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 19 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 19 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 19 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 19 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 19 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 19 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 19 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 20 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 20 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 20 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 20 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 20 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 20 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 20 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 20 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 20 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 20 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 20 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 20 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 21 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 21 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 21 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 21 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 21 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 21 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 21 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 21 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 21 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 21 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 21 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 21 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 22 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 22 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 22 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 22 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 22 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 22 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 22 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 22 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 22 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 22 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 22 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 22 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 23 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 23 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 23 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 23 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 23 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 23 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 23 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 23 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 23 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 23 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 23 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 23 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 24 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 24 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 24 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 24 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 24 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 24 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 24 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 24 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 24 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 24 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 24 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 24 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 25 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 25 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 25 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 25 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 25 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 25 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 25 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 25 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 25 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 25 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 25 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 25 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 26 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 26 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 26 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 26 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 26 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 26 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 26 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 26 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 26 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 26 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 26 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 26 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 27 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 27 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 27 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 27 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 27 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 27 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 27 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 27 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 27 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 27 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 27 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 27 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 28 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 28 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 28 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 28 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 28 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 28 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 28 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 28 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 28 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 28 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 28 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 28 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 29 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 29 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 29 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 29 February what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*pisces
If you were born on 29 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 29 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 29 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 29 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 29 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 29 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 29 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 29 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 30 April what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*taurus
If you were born on 30 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 30 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 30 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 30 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 30 June what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*cancer
If you were born on 30 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 30 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 30 November what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*sagittarius
If you were born on 30 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were born on 30 September what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*libra
If you were born on 31 August what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*virgo
If you were born on 31 December what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*capricorn
If you were born on 31 January what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aquarius
If you were born on 31 July what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*leo
If you were born on 31 March what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*aries
If you were born on 31 May what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*gemini
If you were born on 31 October what star sign (Zodiac) would you be*scorpio
If you were going to a chiropractor for treatment, what would be affected*backbone
If you were to fly due West from New York, what would be the next country you would fly over*japan
If you were waiting in Yonkers, in which US state would you be*new york
If, during a game of chess, you made a move "en passant", which piece would you be moving*a pawn
Igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic are all types of what*rock
Iguaca National Park lies on the border between Argentina and which other country*brazil
Ii what is the round fruit of the sycamore tree called*a buttonball
Ilex is the botanical name of which shrub*holly
Illnesses in which the immune system reacts to normal components of the body as if they were foreign substances and produces antibodies against them*Autoimmune Diseases
Illusion of hearing or seeing something not actually present*hallucination
Illyngophobia is the fear of*veritgo
Immunity of the communications media including newspapers, books, magazines, radio, and television from government control or censorship.*Freedom of the
Immunity of the communications media including newspapers, books, magazines, radio, and television from government control or censorship.*Freedom of the press
Impaired normal blood clotting is the main symptom of which disease*haemophilia
Implant*breast implants
Implement for clearing up dog excretment*pooper scooper
Impurities, particularly of which compound, according to modern chemists, gives amethyst its violet or blue colouration*iron oxide
In "10,000 Leagues Under The Sea", what ship did Captain Nemo travel in*Nautilus
In "Alice in Wonderland", who sings of "Soup of the evening, wonderful soup"*mock turtle
In "alice through the looking glass", who played humpty dumpty*jimmy durante
In "Family Ties" who was Alex P. Keaton's idol?*Richard Nixon
In "Ferris Beuller's Day Off," who plays the burnout at the police station that Jeanie kisses?*Charlie Sheen
In "Hamlet", how does Ophelia die*she drowns
In "Innerspace", what did the license plate on Igoe's BMW say?*SNAPON
In "peanuts", what is the surname of lucy and linus*van pelt
In "Running Scared," how much money does Billy Crystal's character inherit from his dead aunt Rose?*50,000
In "Sixteen Candles", what did the geek need to get to prove he had sex
In "Spaceballs" what does the bumper sticker say on the back of Lonestar's ship?*I love Uranus
In "St. Elmo's Fire," What city does Billy go to at the end???*New York
In "The Blues Brothers", what does SCMODS stand for?*State County Municipal Offender Data Systems
In "The Golden Child," what object does the Child animate to amuse his captor?*A Coke can
In "the hobbit", what is the name of the wizard*gandalf
In "The Karate Kid" what color did Daniel have to paint Miagi's house, as part of his training*Green
In '64, whom did J Edgar Hoover call America's "most notorious liar"*martin luther king jr
In 'a christmas carol', how many ghosts visited scrooge*four
In 'a christmas carol', what was the name of the miser*scrooge
In 'alice in wonderland', who never stopped sobbing*mock turtle
In 'alice in wonderland', with what were the words 'eat me' written on the cake*currants
In 'Back To The Future', where did Doc Brown get the plutonium to power the time-travelling DeLorean?*Lybian terrorists
In 'coronation street', who is ken and denise's son*daniel
In 'David Copperfield', which of his so-called "Aunts" has the Christian name Clara*aunt peggotty
In 'dawson's creek', who does james van der beek play*dawson leary
In 'dawson's creek', who does joshua jackson play*pacey witter
In 'dawson's creek', who does katie holmes play*joey potter
In 'dawson's creek', who does michelle williams play*jennifer lindley
In 'Dirty Dancing' what was Baby's real name?*Frances
In 'la traviata', what does violetta sing*sempre libera
In 'la traviata', who sings 'sempre libera'*violetta
In 'les miserables', jean valjean's criminal number is the same as what character in 'the simpsons'*sideshow bob
In 'my favourite martian', who did ray walston play*uncle tim
In 'romeo and juliet', about what was mercutio's long monologue*queen mab
In 'romeo and juliet', who said 'i have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins'*juliet
In 'romeo and juliet', who says 'make the bridal bed in that dim monument where tybalt lies*juliet
In 'romeo and juliet', who says 'what must be must be'*juliet
In 'romeo and juliet', who says 'what must be shall be'*juliet
In 'romeo and juliet', why couldn't the nurse tell juliet the news of her meeting with romeo immediately*she was out of breath
In 'snow white and the seven dwarfs', what was the occupation of the seven dwarfs*miners
In 'southpark', what is chef obsessed with*sex
In 'star trek' jean ______ picard*luc
In 'star trek', what is data's rank*lieutenant commander
In 'star trek', who was the captain of the 'enterprise c'*rachel garret
In 'star wars' david prowse was darth vader's ______*body
In 'star wars', sebastian shaw was darth vader's ______*face
In 'star wars', who was c3p0's sidekick*r2d2
In 'star wars', who was darth vader's body*david prowse
In 'star wars', who was darth vader's face*sebastian shaw
In 'star wars', who was darth vader's voice*james earl jones
In 'star wars, four people played darth vader david prowse was his body, james earl jones did the voice, sebastian shaw was his face and a fourth person did the ______*breathing
In 'star wars, james earl jones was darth vader's ______*voice
In 'startrek', who did leonard nimoy play*dr spock
In 'startrek', who did william shatner play*captain james t kirk
In 'startrek', who played captain james t kirk*william shatner
In 'startrek', who played dr spock*leonard nimoy
In 'the great escape', how many finally made it to freedom*three
In 'the shining' what was the child's imaginary friend's name (the one who told him things that were going to happen)*tony
In 'the wizard of oz', what was dorothy's dog's name*toto
In 'the wizard of oz', where did dorothy live*kansas
In 'The Wizard of Oz', which character sang "Come out, come out, wherever you are"*Glinda*good witch of the north
In -322 BC ---------- dies of indigestion *aristotle
In -322 BC Aristotle dies of ---------- *indigestion
In 0476 ---------- Augustulus, last Roman emperor in west, is deposed. *romulus
In 0476 Romulus Augustulus, last ---------- emperor in west, is deposed. *roman
In 0476 Romulus---------- , last Roman emperor in west, is deposed. *augustulus
In 1000 ---------- Ericson discovers "Vinland" (possibly America). *leif
In 1000 Leif ---------- discovers "Vinland" (possibly America). *ericson
In 1016 ---------- defeat Saxons at Battle of Assandun (Ashingdon). *danes
In 1016 Danes defeat ---------- at Battle of Assandun (Ashingdon). *saxons
In 1016 Danes defeat Saxons at Battle of ---------- (Ashingdon). *assandun
In 1017---------- , Holy Roman emperor (1046-56) *henry iii
In 106 B.C. Cicero, ---------- statesman, born.*roman
In 106 B.C. Pompey (---------- Pompeius Magnus) Rome, warrior, born. *gnaeus
In 106 B.C. Pompey (Gnaeus ---------- Magnus) Rome, warrior, born. *pompeius
In 106 B.C. Pompey (Gnaeus Pompeius---------- ) Rome, warrior, born. *magnus
In 1066 ---------- the Conqueror lands in England. *william
In 1066 Battle of Hastings, in which ---------- the Conqueror wins England. *william
In 1066 Battle of Hastings, in which William the ---------- wins England. *conqueror
In 1066 Battle of---------- , in which William the Conqueror wins England. *hastings
In 1066 William the ---------- crowned William I of England *conqueror
In 1066 William the ---------- lands in England. *conqueror
In 1085 Alfonso VI of Castile captured---------- , Spain, and brought the Moorish center of science into Christian hands. *toledo
In 1085 St---------- , pope (1073-85), dies (birth date unknown).*gregory vii
In 1087 ---------- The Conqueror, King of England and Duke of Normandy, dies. *william i
In 1087 William I The Conqueror, King of England and Duke of---------- , dies. *normandy
In 1100 ---------- 1st antipope (1084-1100), dies (birth date unknown). *clement iii
In 1143 John II ---------- emperor, dies in an accident.*byzantine
In 1157 ---------- [Richard the Lion Hearted], King of England (1189-99), born. *richard i
In 1157 Richard I [Richard the---------- ], King of England (1189-99), born. *lion hearted
In 1159 ---------- only English pope (1154-59), dies (birth date unknown). *adrian iv
In 1170 Thomas Beckett, archbishop, ---------- by 4 knights of King Henry II *assassinated
In 1189 England's King ---------- (the Lion-Hearted) crowned in Westminster. *richard i
In 1189 England's King Richard I (the Lion-Hearted) crowned in---------- . *westminster
In 1207---------- , king of England (1216-72) *henry iii
In 121 Marcus ---------- 16th Roman emperor (161-80), philosopher, born. *aurelius
In 1242 Alexander ---------- of Novgorod defeats Teutonic Knights *nevsky
In 1270 ---------- and last crusade is launched. *8th
In 1271 ---------- king of Bohemia and Poland (1278-1305), born. *wenceslas ii
In 1271 Wenceslas II king of ---------- and Poland (1278-1305), born. *bohemia
In 1271 Wenceslas II king of Bohemia and ---------- (1278-1305), born. *poland
In 1284 Alfonso X ---------- king (Castile & Leon), dies at 62 *spanish
In 1288 It was made legal in ---------- for women to propose to men.*scotland
In 1289 ---------- (the Stubborn), king of France (1314-16) *louis x
In 1290 ---------- Baggins (in Shire Reconning), born. *bilbo
In 1290 Bilbo ---------- (in Shire Reconning), born. *baggins
In 1292 Saidi, great ---------- poet (Orchard, Rose Garden) dies. *persian
In 1314 Clement V pope (1305-14) who moved papacy to ---------- , dies *avignon
In 1321 Death of ---------- Alighieri, author of the Divine Comedy. *dante
In 1321 Death of Dante---------- , author of the Divine Comedy. *alighieri
In 1327 ---------- king of England (1307-1327), dies at 43. *edward ii
In 1327 Edward II king of England (1307-1327), dies at---------- . *forty three*43
In 1356 ---------- defeat French at Battle of Poitiers. *english
In 1356 English defeat ---------- at Battle of Poitiers. *french
In 1356 English defeat French at Battle of---------- . *poitiers
In 1361 bc, who became the king of egypt at the age of nine*tutankhamen
In 1364 Battle of Auray, ---------- forces defeat French at Brittany. *english
In 1364 Battle of Auray, English forces defeat ---------- at Brittany. *french
In 1364 Battle of Auray, English forces defeat French at---------- . *brittany
In 1364 Battle of---------- , English forces defeat French at Brittany. *auray
In 1368 Charles VI [the Well-Beloved], king of ---------- (1380-1422), born. *france
In 1370 Frederick I the ---------- , elector of Saxony, born.*warlike
In 1387 Heathen ---------- banned in Poland.*religions
In 1387---------- , king of England (1413-22), born. *henry v
In 1400 Author ---------- Chaucer dies in London. *geoffrey
In 1400 Author Geoffrey ---------- dies in London. *chaucer
In 1415 ---------- Innsbruck Austria, German Emperor (1440-1493), born. *frederick iii
In 1415 Battle of---------- , Welsh longbow defeats the armored knight. *agincourt
In 1429 Joan of Arc leads ---------- , France, to victory over English.*orleans
In 1430 Joan of Arc captured by ---------- who sold her to the English. *burgundians
In 1442 Edward IV, king of ---------- (1461-70, 1471-83), born.*england
In 1446 Korean ---------- alphabet devised. *hangual
In 1451 Queen ---------- I, funded Christopher Columbus, born. *isabella
In 1452 First book published, ---------- Guttenberg's Bible. *johann
In 1452 First book published, Johann ---------- 's Bible. *guttenberg
In 1452 First book published, Johann Guttenberg's---------- . *bible
In 1468 Pope---------- , born.*paul iii
In 1471 Albrecht DŘrer N÷rnberg---------- , Renaissance painter/print maker, born. *germany
In 1473 Nicolaus ---------- (in Poland), astronomer, born.*copernicus
In 1485 Catherine of---------- , first wife of Henry VIII, born. *aragon
In 1487 ---------- Counter-Reformation pope (1550-55), born. *julius iii
In 1491 Five year truce between England and ---------- began. *scotland
In 1492 ---------- sights the isle of San Salvador. *columbus
In 1492 1st Spanish settlement in New World founded by ---------- *columbus
In 1492 Christopher Columbus signs contract with ---------- to find the Indies. *spain
In 1492 Columbus sights the isle of ----------*san salvador
In 1495 1st written record of Scotch Whiskey appears in Exchequer Rolls of---------- . Friar John Cor is the distiller.*scotland
In 1498 Death of ---------- de Torquemada, inquisitor who burned 10,000 people. *tomas
In 1498 Death of Tomas de Torquemada, inquisitor who burned ---------- people. *10,000
In 1498 Death of Tomas de---------- , inquisitor who burned 10,000 people. *torquemada
In 1502 Columbus left ---------- on his 4th and final trip to the New World. *spain
In 1506 Christopher ---------- explorer, dies in poverty in Spain at 55.*colombus
In 1509 Henry ---------- ascended to the throne of England. *viii
In 1513 ---------- Nuez de Balboa is the first European to see the Pacific Ocean. *vasco
In 1513 Battle of Flodden Fields; English defeat ---------- of Scotland. *james iv
In 1513 Battle of Flodden Fields; English defeat James IV of---------- . *scotland
In 1513 Battle of---------- ; English defeat James IV of Scotland. *flodden fields
In 1513 Vasco ---------- de Balboa is the first European to see the Pacific Ocean. *nuez
In 1513 Vasco Nuez ---------- is the first European to see the Pacific Ocean. *de balboa
In 1513 Vasco Nuez de Balboa is the first European to see the ---------- Ocean. *pacific
In 1513, Ponce de Leon discovered what is now the state of*florida
In 1516 Queen---------- , first reigning queen of Great Britain, born.*mary i
In 1519 ---------- starts first successful circumnavigation of the world. *magellan
In 1520 King ---------- of England orders bowling lanes to be built at Whitehall, in London. *henry viii
In 1520 King Henry VIII of England orders bowling lanes to be built at---------- , in London. *whitehall
In 1520 Martin ---------- publicly burned papal edict demanding that he recant. *luther
In 1527 ---------- king of Spain (1556-98) & Portugal (1580-98), born. *philip ii
In 1529 In Germany at the ------------- (Speyer), a document signed by Lutheran leaders in fourteen cities lodged a "protest" which demanded a freedom of conscience and the right of minorities. Henceforth, the German Lutheran Reformers were known as "Protestants." *diet of spires
In 1531 Richard Roose boiled to death for trying to ---------- an archbishop *poison
In 1533 King Henry VIII and Catherine of ---------- marriage declared null and void by the newly formed Church of England. *aragon
In 1533 Queen ---------- England, (1558-1603) daughter of Henry VIII, born. *elizabeth i
In 1533 Queen Elizabeth I England, (1558-1603) daughter of---------- , born. *henry viii
In 1537 ---------- king of England (1547-53), born. *edward vi
In 1537 ---------- Seymour, third wife of Henry VIII, dies. *jane
In 1537 Jane Seymour, third wife of---------- , dies. *henry viii
In 1537 Jane---------- , third wife of Henry VIII, dies. *seymour
In 1538 Pope Paul III excommunicated England's King ---------- VIII. *henry
In 1540 Society of ---------- (Jesuits) founded by Ignatius Loyola. *jesus
In 1540 Society of Jesus (Jesuits) founded by ---------- Loyola. *ignatius
In 1540 Society of Jesus (Jesuits) founded by Ignatius---------- . *loyola
In 1541---------- , Chile founded.*santiago
In 1542 Akbar, Indian ---------- emperor (1556-1605), born. *mughal
In 1542---------- , Indian Mughal emperor (1556-1605), born. *akbar
In 1543, who published a theory that planets revolve around the sun*copernicus
In 1547 ---------- de Cervantes, novelist (Don Quixote), born. *miguel
In 1547 Miguel de Cervantes, novelist (---------- ), born. *don quixote
In 1547 Miguel de---------- , novelist (Don Quixote), born. *cervantes
In 1547 Miguel DeCervantes ---------- , author (The Man Of LaMancha), born*saavedra
In 1553 ---------- woman introduces practice of starching linen into England.*flemish
In 1553 City of---------- , England established. *lichfield
In 1557 ---------- Cartier French explorer, dies (birth date unknown). *jacques
In 1557 Jacques ---------- French explorer, dies (birth date unknown). *cartier
In 1564 Galileo---------- , astronomer, born. *galilei
In 1564 William ---------- , bard, born.*shakespeare
In 1565 ---------- siege of Malta broken by Maltese and Knights of St John. *turkish
In 1565 1st permanent settlement in US forms (---------- , Florida). *st augustine
In 1565 Turkish siege of ---------- broken by Maltese and Knights of St John. *malta
In 1569 St. Philip of Moscow martyred by ---------- the Terrible. *ivan
In 1571 ---------- fleet defeated by Spanish and Italians in Battle of Lepanto. *turkish
In 1571 Turkish fleet defeated by ---------- and Italians in Battle of Lepanto. *spanish
In 1571 Turkish fleet defeated by Spanish and ---------- in Battle of Lepanto. *italians
In 1571 Turkish fleet defeated by Spanish and Italians in Battle of---------- . *lepanto
In 1573 ---------- Italy, painter (or 1573), born. *caravaggio
In 1581 Frances ---------- completres circumnavigation of the world *drake
In 1582 Catholic countries switch to ---------- calendar cut 10 prior days. *gregorian
In 1582 Gregorian calendar introduced in---------- , other Catholic countries. *italy
In 1583 ---------- Alighieri Day. *dante
In 1583 Dante ---------- Day. *alighieri
In 1584 ---------- Day*gutenberg
In 1584 Pope---------- , born.*hilarius
In 1585 ---------- Otto Jansen of France, Roman Catholic reform leader *cornelius
In 1585 Cardinal A ---------- de Plessicide de Richelieu, King Louis XIII of France's chief minister, born. *jean
In 1585 Cardinal A Jean de ---------- de Richelieu, King Louis XIII of France's chief minister, born. *plessicide
In 1585 Cardinal A Jean de Plessicide de Richelieu, King ---------- of France's chief minister, born. *louis xiii
In 1585 Cardinal A Jean de Plessicide de---------- , King Louis XIII of France's chief minister, born. *richelieu
In 1585 Cornelius ---------- Jansen of France, Roman Catholic reform leader *otto
In 1585 Cornelius Otto ---------- of France, Roman Catholic reform leader *jansen
In 1586 Sir Thomas Herriot introduces ---------- to England, from Colombia. *potatoes
In 1586 Trial of Mary, Queen of Scots, for conspiracy against Queen---------- , begins. *elizabeth i
In 1586 Trial of Mary, Queen of---------- , for conspiracy against Queen Elizabeth I, begins. *scots
In 1586 Trial of---------- , Queen of Scots, for conspiracy against Queen Elizabeth I, begins. *mary
In 1587 Mary Queen of ---------- executed. *scots
In 1588 Frederick II king of ---------- , dies *denmark
In 1594 Gustavus II Adolphus, king who made ---------- a major power (1611-32) *sweden
In 1596 ---------- Amati, Italy, violin maker (Stradivari and Guarneri), born. *nicolo
In 1596 Nicolo Amati, Italy, violin maker (---------- and Guarneri), born. *stradivari
In 1596 Nicolo Amati, Italy, violin maker (Stradivari and---------- ), born. *guarneri
In 1596 Nicolo---------- , Italy, violin maker (Stradivari and Guarneri), born. *amati
In 1600 Battle of ---------- sets Tokugawa clan as Japan's rulers (shoguns). *sekigahara
In 1600 Battle of Sekigahara sets ---------- clan as Japan's rulers (shoguns). *tokugawa
In 1601---------- , king of France (1610-43), born. *louis xiii
In 1604 The supernova called "---------- nova" is first sighted. *kepler's
In 1605 Philip IV king of Spain & ---------- (1621-65), born.*portugal
In 1608 ---------- Lippershey offers the Dutch government a new invention -- the telescope. *hans
In 1608 Hans ---------- offers the Dutch government a new invention -- the telescope. *lippershey
In 1608 John---------- , poet and puritan (Paradise Lost) born. *milton
In 1609 Navigator ---------- Hudson discovered the island of Manhattan. *henry
In 1609 Navigator Henry ---------- discovered the island of Manhattan. *hudson
In 1609 Navigator Henry Hudson discovered the island of---------- . *manhattan
In 1613 ---------- duc de la Rochefoucald Paris France, writer (Memoires), born. *francoise
In 1613 Francoise duc de la ---------- Paris France, writer (Memoires), born. *rochefoucald
In 1614 Indian princess ---------- marries English colonist John Rolfe *pocahontas
In 1618 Sir ---------- Raleigh is executed in London. *walter
In 1618 Sir Walter ---------- is executed in London. *raleigh
In 1620 The ---------- sets sail from Plymouth with 102 Pilgrims. *mayflower
In 1620 The Mayflower sets sail from ---------- with 102 Pilgrims. *plymouth
In 1620 The Mayflower sets sail from Plymouth with ---------- Pilgrims. *one hundred & two*102
In 1621 ---------- perfects the telescope. *galileo
In 1630 Popcorn is introduced by an ---------- named Quadequina to the English colonists at their first Thanksgiving dinner.*indian
In 1632 Sir ---------- Wren, England, astronomer/great architect, born. *christopher
In 1632 Sir Christopher---------- , England, astronomer/great architect, born. *wren
In 1633---------- , king of England (1685-88), born. *james ii
In 1636 ---------- College, first US college founded. *harvard
In 1638 1st earthquake recorded in US, at---------- , Mass.*plymouth
In 1639 First ---------- in America. *printing press
In 1640 Portugal regains independence after 60 years of ---------- rule. *spanish
In 1643---------- , scientist, discovered laws of gravity.*sir issac newton
In 1644 ---------- Roemer, first to accurately measured speed of light, born. *olaus
In 1644 Olaus---------- , first to accurately measured speed of light, born. *roemer
In 1645 ---------- standing army first founded. *english
In 1649 Drogheda, ---------- falls to Puritan troops; inhabitants massacred. *ireland
In 1649 Drogheda, Ireland falls to ---------- troops; inhabitants massacred. *puritan
In 1649---------- , Ireland falls to Puritan troops; inhabitants massacred. *drogheda
In 1655 ---------- Luyts, Dutch scholar, physicist, mathematician, astronomer, born. *jan
In 1655 Innocent---------- , 244th Roman Catholic pope (1721-24), born.*xiii
In 1655 Jan---------- , Dutch scholar, physicist, mathematician, astronomer, born. *luyts
In 1657 london, what was advertised as a cure for scurvy, gout and other ills*coffee
In 1657 Sophia, regent of ---------- (1682-89), born. *russia
In 1657---------- , regent of Russia (1682-89), born. *sophia
In 1658 ---------- king of England (1603-25), dies at 92. *james i
In 1658 James I king of England (1603-25), dies at---------- . *ninety two*92
In 1658 Lord ---------- Cromwell British king (1653-58), dies at 59. *oliver
In 1658 Lord Oliver ---------- British king (1653-58), dies at 59. *cromwell
In 1658 Lord Oliver Cromwell British king (1653-58), dies at---------- . *fifty nine*59
In 1659 ---------- Crusoe is shipwrecked (according to Defoe). *robinson
In 1659 Robinson ---------- is shipwrecked (according to Defoe). *crusoe
In 1661 Chinese ---------- dynasty occupies Taiwan.*ming
In 1662 ---------- sees solar eclipse, first known astronomical observation. *flamsteed
In 1666 Great Fire of London starts; destroys ---------- Church. *st. paul's
In 1666 Great London ---------- begins in Pudding Lane. 80% of London is destroyed. *fire
In 1666 Great London Fire begins in ---------- Lane. 80% of London is destroyed. *pudding
In 1666 Great London Fire begins in Pudding Lane. ---------- of London is destroyed. *80%
In 1667 John ---------- Scottish writer (Alexander Pope), born.*arbuthnot
In 1670 Christian V became King of ---------- and Norway. *denmark
In 1671 ---------- Cassini discovers Iapetus, satellite of Saturn. *giovanni
In 1671 Giovanni ---------- discovers Iapetus, satellite of Saturn. *cassini
In 1671 Giovanni Cassini discovers Iapetus, satellite of---------- . *saturn
In 1671 Giovanni Cassini discovers---------- , satellite of Saturn. *iapetus
In 1672 (Italy) Giovanni Cassini discovers Rhea, a satellite of---------- . *saturn
In 1673 Moliere, ---------- Dramatist, died*french
In 1678 Edmund ---------- receives MA from Queen's College, Oxfo