General Knowledge Quiz #110

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  1. In what language do the words 'beminnen', 'ja', and 'zon', mean 'love', 'yes', and 'sun'?
  2. Sodium hypochlorite is more commonly known by what name, being one of its main purposes?
  3. Pinniped refers to a mammal with feet which are what?
  4. The Japanese word 'shonen' refers to what age group: Babies; Children up to 15 yrs; Twenty-somethings; or Pensioners?
  5. What country's 1931 flood is considered to be the most fatal of all 1900s natural disasters?
  6. Sociedad Española de Automóviles de Turismo is better known by what brand name?
  7. Papules and pustules are types of what on the human skin?
  8. Where was/is Bohemia: Western Czech Republic; Morrocco; India; or in a Tolkien novel?
  9. What science is sometimes called 'the central science' because it connects maths and physics with other main branches of science such as astronomy, engineering, biology, etc?
  10. The Berber ethnic people come from: Egypt; North Africa; Spain; or India?
  11. The industrial Wohlwill and Miller processes are different ways to refine what commodity to near-100% purity?
  12. What unit of enormous distance has the symbol pc and equates to about 3.26 light-years or 19.2 trillion miles?
  13. From the words well and live, what French term is used in English to mean a high-living socialite?
  14. The traditional curly twisted Chinese tea (Camellia sinensis) produced by drying in the sun is called: Uulung; Oolong; Aalang; Eeleng or Iiling?
  15. Spell the legal term: Subpoena; Suppoena; Supaena; Supena?
  16. What note is played on a guitar at the fifth fret of the first (highest pitch) string (conventional six-string guitar with standard tuning)?
  17. How fast is 62.14 miles per hour in kilometres per hour?
  18. Mydriasis normally is the widening of a what?
  19. Whale Belly, Tippler, Schnabel, Modalohr, Gondola and Flat are types of what vehicle?
  20. The original primary and eponymous service of a barber was concerned with: Teeth; Beards; Blood; or Baptism?
  21. What unit of enormous distance has the symbol pc and equates to about 26 light-years or 2 trillion miles?
  22. How fast is 614 miles per hour in kilometres per hour?

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Interactive Quiz

  1. In what language do the words 'beminnen', 'ja', and 'zon', mean 'love', 'yes', and 'sun'?
    Dutch
  2. Sodium hypochlorite is more commonly known by what name, being one of its main purposes?
    Bleach
  3. Pinniped refers to a mammal with feet which are what?
    Fins 
  4. The Japanese word 'shonen' refers to what age group: Babies; Children up to 15 yrs; Twenty-somethings; or Pensioners?
    Children up to 15 yrs 
  5. What country's 1931 flood is considered to be the most fatal of all 1900s natural disasters?
    China 
  6. Sociedad Española de Automóviles de Turismo is better known by what brand name?
    SEAT 
  7. Papules and pustules are types of what on the human skin?
    Spots 
  8. Where was/is Bohemia: Western Czech Republic; Morrocco; India; or in a Tolkien novel?
    Western Czech Republic 
  9. What science is sometimes called 'the central science' because it connects maths and physics with other main branches of science such as astronomy, engineering, biology, etc?
    Chemistry
  10. The Berber ethnic people come from: Egypt; North Africa; Spain; or India?
    North Africa
  11. The industrial Wohlwill and Miller processes are different ways to refine what commodity to near-100% purity?
    Gold
  12. What unit of enormous distance has the symbol pc and equates to about 3.26 light-years or 19.2 trillion miles?
    Parsec
  13. From the words well and live, what French term is used in English to mean a high-living socialite?
    Bon vivant 
  14. The traditional curly twisted Chinese tea (Camellia sinensis) produced by drying in the sun is called: Uulung; Oolong; Aalang; Eeleng or Iiling?
    Oolong
  15. Spell the legal term: Subpoena; Suppoena; Supaena; Supena?
    Subpoena 
  16. What note is played on a guitar at the fifth fret of the first (highest pitch) string (conventional six-string guitar with standard tuning)?
    A
  17. How fast is 62.14 miles per hour in kilometres per hour?
    100km/hr
  18. Mydriasis normally is the widening of a what?
    Pupil 
  19. Whale Belly, Tippler, Schnabel, Modalohr, Gondola and Flat are types of what vehicle?
    Railway or Railroad rolling stock 
  20. The original primary and eponymous service of a barber was concerned with: Teeth; Beards; Blood; or Baptism?
    Beards 
  21. What unit of enormous distance has the symbol pc and equates to about 26 light-years or 2 trillion miles?
    Parsec
  22. How fast is 614 miles per hour in kilometres per hour?
    100km/hr