Analogies #4

Can you fill the blanks in these analogies?
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Last updated: December 19, 2020
First submittedDecember 1, 2012
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Bovine is to Cow
Canine is to Dog
Beef is to Cow
Calamari is to Squid
Pride is to Lion
Murder is to Crow
Jupiter is to Rome
Zeus is to Greece
1357 is to ACEG
2468 is to BDFH
125 is to CXXV
37 is to XXXVII
Snow is to Flake
Rain is to Drop
Sanskrit is to Hinduism
Arabic is to Islam
Au is to Gold
Pb is to Lead
32 is to Teeth
206 is to Bones
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Professor is to University
Acrobat is to Circus
Halal is to Islam
Kosher is to Judaism
Eddie Vedder is to Pearl Jam
Sting is to The Police
Belle is to Beauty & the Beast
Ariel is to The Little Mermaid
Bowser is to Mario
Voldemort is to Harry Potter
Apprentice is to Master
Squire is to Knight
Hand is to Human
Paw is to Cat
Solar is to Sun
Lunar is to Moon
Easy is to Orleans
Apple is to York
Solomon is to Proverbs
David is to Psalms
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Level 32
Jan 31, 2013
Aren't teeth already bones?
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Level 77
Jan 16, 2014
No
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Level 75
Sep 14, 2014
Yes
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Level 29
Oct 26, 2014
They aren't
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Level 62
Dec 30, 2016
Why don't you two meet in the middle. Maybe
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Level ∞
Dec 19, 2020
Teeth are bones on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and every other weekend. Isn't compromise great?

But, seriously, teeth are not bones.

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Level 30
May 25, 2021
Teeth are bones
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Level 82
Oct 26, 2014
Calcified bone protrusions, according to the VUX.
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Level 90
Dec 18, 2015
If that comment makes no sense to you, you probably won't do well on this quiz.
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Level 67
Feb 22, 2017
They're outside bones. You can learn more about it in this short documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taA5bbLpA0s
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Level 14
Feb 9, 2013
I guessed for Ariel "the little thing that is half human/half fish with the tail" because I couldn't think of mermaid
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Level 55
Oct 26, 2014
I tried The Tempest! Shouldn't that work?
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Level 58
Aug 23, 2016
Belle is to Beauty and the Beast as Miranda is to Tempest. In Tempest, Ariel was not a princess, nor did he get the prince in the end.
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Level 50
Oct 9, 2014
What the heck is the ABCG thing?
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Level 71
Oct 9, 2014
Letters of the alphabet identified by their order (A = 1, B = 2, etc.).
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Level 58
Oct 26, 2014
I have to say I was flummoxed by that, primarily because most of the quizzes on jetpunk test knowledge, as do most of the questions here ... whereas this is a logic problem (in my view). When I figured it out, it just seemed to me straight away to be a different class of question. In this context, one assumes ACEG to be some kind of acronym that I was unfamiliar with.
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Level 82
Oct 26, 2014
hm.. got that one right away for whatever reason.
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Level 34
Jun 17, 2015
I am with you. I kept reading it as thirteen fifty seven is to ACEG and coudn't make the connection for twenty four sixty eight
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Level 71
Feb 15, 2017
I guess "tests whether or not people know something" is what a quiz is!
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Level 78
Feb 22, 2017
I didn't get it at first and skipped it until last. Luckily I still had enough time to think about it, and then the answer just jumped out at me and seemed so simple. I still managed to finished with 3:09 left. I love analogy quizzes!
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Level 36
Feb 22, 2017
Flummoxed.

There's a word you don't hear often. Good one.

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Level 78
Nov 29, 2018
Ironically the first thing that I thought of was "all cows eat grass" from the years of forced piano lessons - sorry Miss Barkovitz.
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Level 67
Aug 22, 2019
I can't say you are wrong, it is a different type of question, but i got it instantly, didn't stop my flow or read any differently. My answer on that onewas as quick as on any of the other ones.
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Level 60
May 24, 2021
Music theory got me so close to the correct answer. I was thinking 1357 being ACEG spelt the minor seventh chord, so I applied the 2468 formula to the A minor scale (which would be B half diminished, in case someone cares), and it was wrong, but at least it got me thinking when I came back to it later...
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Level 81
Oct 15, 2014
Isn't it spelled "calamari" ?
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Level 90
Oct 26, 2014
Yes, Calamari - and it's not a very good analogy. Beef is english for the meat from a cow - calamari is the italian word for squid, not english for the meat from a squid.
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Level ∞
Oct 26, 2014
It's a perfect analogy. Calamari is what we call the meat of a squid in English.
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Level 67
Oct 26, 2014
well then please write Calamari. Also, acording to Google Translate, a group of fishes is called a "shoal", can you accept that?
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Level 50
Oct 26, 2014
Yeah, it is. QM, please change it from 'Calimari' to 'Calamari'.
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Level ∞
Oct 27, 2014
Fixed the spelling of calamari and shoal will work now.
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Level 55
Oct 26, 2014
Can you accept 'shoal' for the fish one please.
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Level 82
Oct 26, 2014
easy
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Level 40
Oct 27, 2014
Good quiz!
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Level 45
Oct 27, 2014
That letter order one stumped me... got it in the last 10 seconds. I thought it had something to do with music notes. Clearly I am not a musician.
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Level 65
Feb 22, 2017
Birds to Flock as Fish to School? 88% knew the answer. But even seeing it, I have no clue how they are related!
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Level 44
Feb 22, 2017
Both are words used to describe groups of the animals. A school of fish is a group of fish.
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Level 56
Feb 22, 2017
all on first try with 2:38 left/
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Level 85
Feb 22, 2017
Found this surprisingly easy. Good quiz though.
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Level 71
Jun 22, 2017
Nice quiz! But surely Jupiter is to Rome as Zeus is to Athens, rather than Greece?
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Level 67
Aug 22, 2019
Yea seeing greece surprised me,,
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Level 81
Dec 19, 2020
It's called Greek mythology, not Athenian mythology, isn't it?
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Level 79
Dec 19, 2020
Rome is a synonym for the whole empire. Also it's called Roman mythology.
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Level 75
Dec 20, 2020
Agree, Jupiter is to Roman as Zeus is to Greek would be an improvement.
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Level 20
Mar 7, 2020
Raindrop should be an answer in the snow rain one. It's the same thing as drop basically.
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Level 73
Jul 2, 2020
I haven't watch 'The Little Mermaid', so I didn't what 'Ariel' was; also never heard of 'calamari' as being squid meat.
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Level 64
Jan 19, 2021
Helps when the movie/series is called Arielle the mermaid (translated back from German). My favorite as a kid was a different animated movie called The Little Mermaid though. She had a dolphin named Bink. I was crazy about dolphins back then.
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Level 81
Dec 20, 2020
Those cursed Harry Potter questions. Get me every time.
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Level 75
Dec 22, 2020
Tried haram to Judaism. My kebab guy said it's correct.
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Level 66
Jan 2, 2021
Your kebab guy is wrong.
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Level 49
Mar 30, 2021
I've definitely heard murder before, for apple I was thinking of york but didn't try it for some reason, and I don't know a lot about books of the Bible
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Level 61
Apr 12, 2021
2468 could be BDFA? i thought it was musical notes, eg the degrees of an A minor scale. perhaps obscure, but definitely also correct
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Level 27
Apr 13, 2021
BOFA????
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Level 39
Apr 12, 2021
so i just found out that calamari is squid and i have eaten squid.FML
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Level 71
May 25, 2021
You ate it and did not know what it was ....... you trusting soul.
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Level 27
Apr 13, 2021
Ha idiots I got them all in under 2 minutes!!!
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Level 60
May 23, 2021
Another Harry Potter reference. I'm not going to read the books and I'm not going to see the films....and somehow that's some kind of sin on JetPunk.
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Level 59
May 23, 2021
I mean you could just watch the movies, not for the sake of entertainment, but strictly for the sense of doing better on JetPunk quizzes.

All jokes aside, the Harry Potter universe is so... universal (for lack of a better word) that I see it totally as fair game

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Level 63
May 29, 2021
Yes, I agree. Could jetpunk please only make quizzes I know every answer to already? I'd hate to accidentally learn something new!
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Level 81
May 29, 2021
Not a "Harry Potter person" at all, but I easily got the answer. I don't know if it's because of the ubiquity of the series in the culture, or from numerous JetPunk quizzes, or the question being a pretty easy one.
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Level 63
Jul 8, 2021
The question is only easy if you have any idea of who Bowser is. ;-)

Got there eventually, by typing characters from Harry Potter with long names.

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Level 34
May 23, 2021
I got them all right on the first try because I'M THE WIZ AND NOOOOOOOOBODY BEATS ME
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Level 46
May 23, 2021
What on Earth is the Easy, Orleans, Apple nonsense?
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Level 76
May 23, 2021
Nickname of New Orleans = The Big Easy. Nickname of New York = The Big Apple.
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Level 73
May 24, 2021
Kind of disappointed that "He who must not be named" and "You know who" don't work for, well... you know who.
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Level 25
May 24, 2021
If you could just change Orleans to "New Orleans" and York to "New York", you would make the quiz a bit more accessible to people who aren't from the USA. I am not saying that is not correct, but for some people Orleans is a city in France and York is a city in the UK.
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Level 76
May 25, 2021
I have a hunch that Americans also know that Orleans is a city in France and York is a city in England. It's just a way to make the quiz more interesting, or perhaps the row shorter.
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Level 60
May 24, 2021
Kashrut should be accepted for kosher