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Brand Name Vocabulary

Based on the definitions, guess these words that are also brand names.
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Last updated: March 16, 2015
First submittedAugust 14, 2012
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Definition
Product
Brand
Pigeon
Bar Soap
Dove
Cocaine (slang)
Beverage
Coke
Grave marker
Frozen Food
Tombstone
Top of a wave
Toothpaste
Crest
Red fruit
Electronics
Apple
Plantation owners
Peanuts
Planters
Pitchfork
Gum
Trident
Enthusiasm
Bar Soap
Zest
Praise; accolades
Snack Bar
Kudos
Reward for bringing
in a fugitive
Paper Towel
Bounty
Definition
Product
Brand
Smothered laughs
Candy Bar
Snickers
1.5 liter wine bottle
Ice Cream
Magnum
WWII-era rocket launcher
Gum
Bazooka
Grassy clearing in a forest
Air Freshener
Glade
Elf or fairy
Beverage
Sprite
To wade across a stream
Car
Ford
Elephant tusk material
Bar Soap
Ivory
Military trumpets
Snack Food
Bugles
Charming; elegant
Shampoo
Suave
Change in sea level
caused by the moon
Detergent
Tide
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level 34
Oct 2, 2012
Could Bugle be accepted for Bugles?
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level 52
Oct 3, 2012
Never heard of Magnum ice cream...but I did know the bottle size.
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level 14
Oct 3, 2012
Magnum ice cream is the best!!!! Lol
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level 20
Oct 4, 2012
Lol. Deliciously expensive Magnum icecream XD!
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level 73
Apr 24, 2015
same for me
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level 44
Sep 18, 2018
For me it's the other way around. Magnum is the most well-known (and most common) ice cream brand in France, but I've never heard of a wine bottle referred as a "magnum".
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level 43
Dec 10, 2019
How have you never heard about a magnum bottle in France ??
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level 46
Oct 5, 2012
If Apple had just be "fruit", I would have got that! I always think of apples as green (although I am aware they come in many colours!)
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level 44
Sep 18, 2018
I second that ! I thought the answer was blackberry and didn't get why it said "red", so I tried every red berry I know... I didn't think of apples, since for me they're mostly green or yellow...
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level 66
Dec 6, 2018
Same, the "red" really threw me. First typed cherry, I know, it's not electronics. Suddenly loking at electronics apple came to mind. Then I thought, huh but they aren't red, ow yea, I guess sometimes they are, a little bit.
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level 57
Apr 21, 2013
coca cola should definately work
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level ∞
Apr 27, 2013
I'm pretty sure that no one refers to Cocaine as "Coca-Cola"
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level 47
Dec 8, 2017
It is the brand name, though
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level 47
Dec 28, 2017
My response to this is that "coke" isn't a brand. Coca-Cola is the brand. So by your very argument, the name under brand should be Coca-Cola or you should entirely remove the question from the quiz.
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level 67
Feb 13, 2018
My response to this is that Coke is indeed a brand.
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level 78
Feb 18, 2018
I agree that Coke is accepted as a brand and many of their products such as the bottle of Diet Coke that I am currently looking at does not have the words Coca Cola anywhere on the label.
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level 34
Dec 23, 2013
Totally forgot the Kudos snack bar existed. I never had one. Are they still around?
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level 68
Apr 24, 2015
I remember eating those years ago, but haven't thought about Kudos in a long time.
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level 14
Jan 3, 2018
Haven't had them for a while either, but somehow got it because I only know a few granola bar brands
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level 77
Nov 26, 2014
A trident is not the same thing as a pitchfork.
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level 58
Apr 24, 2015
Doesn't a pitchfork usually have 4 prongs and is curved, whereas a trident had 3 and they are perfectly straight?
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level 77
Apr 24, 2015
Yes, and sometimes the tines on a trident are arrowhead-shaped at the ends. Tridents are used for gigging fish or frogs while a pitchfork is used for pitching hay. It's like saying a hoe and a shovel are the same thing.
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level 44
Apr 24, 2015
I've handled pitchforks with only three prongs, so I didn't think it was that difficult.
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level 77
Feb 6, 2017
I've seen some with only two tines, and one with even five, but the tines are thin, round, sharp-pointed, and curved. A trident always has three prongs and they are usually flat. The two aren't used for the same thing, and to me they look only vaguely similar. I got the correct answer, but it still doesn't mean there isn't a better clue. There are two definitions of trident - a three-pronged spear, and a submarine-launched ballistic missile.
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level 66
Jan 8, 2020
They are indeed two different objects, but only vaguely similar??? That is like saying you dont see the resemblance between a teaspoon and a tablespoon... Pitchfork and trident are both multiple pronged tools (never heard the word tine, is it an exact synonym of prong or are there differences?). Though a pitchfork is often curved it can be flat, and doesnt have a fixed number of prongs. Though only a trident has "arrow points" as a tip, and as the name suggest it always has 3 prongs.
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level 37
Apr 24, 2015
Many of them are not available in India and aren't known internationally
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level 72
Feb 13, 2016
I'm sure the vast majority of us would fail a quiz based on brand names well known in India. Other than Indians or expats living there. These quizzes are about common knowledge.
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level 44
Sep 18, 2018
*common knowledge in USA :) As for many other quizzes, a lot of answers are specific to the US. Americans are, after all, the dominant group of quizz-makers here I guess.
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level 66
Jan 8, 2020
@trebek you are contradicting yourself with the term common knowledge there.
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level 78
Apr 24, 2015
hm.. never heard of a wine bottle being called that. I often miss the questions aimed at alcoholics. If you had said gun preferred by Dirty Harry I might have gotten that.
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level 73
Apr 24, 2015
is pretty common term for 1.5 litres...i don't even drink wine, but i knew it
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level 59
Apr 24, 2015
Haha...alcoholics...I don't think that's what the size of the bottle is meant for. I believe you purchase that to share with a group of friends.
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level 65
Jun 24, 2018
I agree that Dirty Harry would be a good clue. I disagree with the idea that only alcoholics would know about the wine bottle.
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level 65
Apr 24, 2015
Bounty is a snack bar (at least here, in Europe)
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level 39
Apr 24, 2015
Bounty is coconut in either dark or milk chocolate and has been sold for years. You don't have to be an alcoholic to know the magnum answer - it's a well known size of bottle.
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level 58
Apr 25, 2015
Hahaha, I was just thinking about eating magnum ice cream, but didn't think to write it in the quiz.
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level 24
Apr 25, 2015
Crest toothpaste? What the fudge.
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level 69
May 4, 2015
I don't recognize most of those brands, and judging by the results of this test, it seems that a few are only local.
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level 66
Jan 8, 2020
I think quite a few a big international brands but are actually sold under a different name in the rest of the world.
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level 83
Jan 23, 2016
There's no definition of "apple" that requires it to be red. Comes green and yellow too.
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level 72
Feb 13, 2016
And because of that so many people failed to get the correct answer?
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level 66
Jan 8, 2020
Pretty sure it is despite the the description that many people got the answer. If it was just fruit and electronics I am convinced it would be higher.
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level 81
Jul 28, 2018
I assumed as it was “red fruit” it must be a Raspberry Pi. Apples are seldom red. (Pink or ‘blush’ or russet maybe.)
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level 58
Feb 24, 2019
coca cola should be accepted for coke seeing that that is the actual name
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level 36
Apr 3, 2019
*sigh* australians can never get 100%
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