Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Trivia Tuesday

Happy Tuesday! Not that anyone cares, but I actually went 3-1 in my fantasy football leagues this week. It has been an awful season for me thus far (my teams are 3-1, 1-3, 1-3 & 1-3), but after this week, there's a glimmer of hope. Completely unrelated to fantasy football is this week's Trivia Tuesday. Given below are 10 definitions; your challenge is to supply the English word borrowed from Spanish.

1. A sun-dried brick made of clay and straw, common in arid climates

2. The Freight of a ship or airplane

3. A broad-snouted large reptile, common in the Southeastern US

4. A source of great and sudden wealth of luck; also the name of a long-running TV western

5. A restriction imposed upon any type of commerce, usually by government edict

6. A person who engages in irregular warfare, employing tactics such as surprise raids and sabotage

7. A blood-sucking flying insect of the family Culicidae, some types of which are transmitters of disease

8. A violent windstorm characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud

9. A person who takes the law into his own hands

10. Deprived of communication with other people

As always please leave your answers in the comments section below, and do not use the internet for assistance. Good luck!

This quiz is courtesy of the fine folks at Stump Trivia.


Unknown said...

1. pueblo
2. cargo
3. alligator
4. bonanza
5. tariff
6. guerrilla
7. mosquito
8. tornado
9. vigilante

Nichole Fisher said...

5. embargo

Sean said...

Nicely done, Ngewo. 7 of 10 correct. For #1, pueblo is a great
guess, but sadly incorrect.

Nichole picked up the slack with #5.

So we're looking for the answers to #1 & #10.

Unknown said...

1. adobe

Nichole Fisher said...

10. Incommunicado, I had to think on that one a bit

Sean said...

Adobe & incommunicado. Nicely done, Ngewo & Nichole!