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H Answers Quiz #1

Based on the clues, guess these random things that start with the letter H.
All answers are a single word
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Last updated: November 3, 2018
First submittedJanuary 18, 2013
Times taken53,566
Rating4.26
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Clue
Answer
The lightest element
Hydrogen
Ivy League university
Harvard
Greek god of the underworld
Hades
50th U.S. state
Hawaii
Capital of Vietnam
Hanoi
Israeli language
Hebrew
Germany's second biggest city
Hamburg
Physicist who formulated the
uncertainty principle
Heisenberg
Seven-sided polygon
Heptagon
Political party that rules Gaza
Hamas
Weapon used by whalers
Harpoon
Bilbo or Frodo, for example
Hobbit
Clue
Answer
London's main airport
Heathrow
Most popular Indian religion
Hinduism
City destroyed by an atomic bomb
Hiroshima
General who crossed the Alps
with elephants
Hannibal
Country north of Nicaragua
Honduras
Large Dam near Las Vegas
Hoover
Shakespearean Prince of Denmark
Hamlet
First name of Admiral Nelson
Horatio
Location of NASA mission control
Houston
New York river
Hudson
Main ethnic group of Rwanda
Hutu
Annual pilgramage to Mecca
Hajj
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level 77
May 6, 2013
100% with near 4 minutes remaining. Easy.
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level 56
May 6, 2013
That's right, tell us mere mortals how clever you are.
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level 49
May 6, 2013
I just died laughing.
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level 77
Jul 15, 2015
Not a brag and I find it odd that people would assume this. Is bragging about your performance on a 5 minute quiz with an anonymous username to a bunch of faceless people on the Internet you don't know something that would occur to you to do? It's not something that would occur to me. I was commenting on the difficulty level of the quiz as constructive critcism, and a means of showing appreciation, directed at the quiz author.
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level 61
Jul 16, 2015
@kalbahamnut It's not constructive criticism. The "difficulty level" is subjective. There are probably plenty of quizzes I think are insanely easy that you may struggle with. In addition, by saying you got everything right in only a minute, that doesn't show appreciation for the quiz author; it tells him his quizzes aren't challenging. Seriously. Nobody really cares how well you did.
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level 73
Jul 18, 2015
or you
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level 63
Sep 22, 2015
It's only easy if you know the answers. To non-Americans, we don't give a damn about American football, let alone college football, i.e. teenagers playing school sports.
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level 67
Oct 13, 2015
I thought the award for best college football player were the cheerleaders.
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level 77
Mar 1, 2018
yclinder: glad to know we're thinning out the herd.
niels: it is constructive criticism. I'm very sorry you are not smart enough to understand this. It is showing appreciation to the quiz author. If I didn't take the quiz, I would not leave a comment. When I make quizzes myself, as I often do, I appreciate the comments people leave me. It shows me that someone took the quiz and were inspired to respond. I like getting comments about what people found challenging or easy and why. It's helpful. I have no idea who you are and COULDNT POSSIBLY CARE LESS about what you think of me. I don't recall ever seeing your name on this site before and imagine if I ever see it again I won't remember this exchange. You have to be some kind of narcissistic maladjusted psychopath to believe that people leave comments here just to brag. If this is the first thing that occurs to you when you read a comment like what I typed above, then our brains do not work the same way.
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level 77
Mar 1, 2018
If you don't care to read my comments, PLEASE DON'T. I can give you a long list of other activities you are welcome to enjoy that don't involve reading comments on this quiz site. They include things like... playing hacky sack in the middle of a busy interstate freeway.. and.. base jumping without a parachute. If you need a comprehensive list let me know. Very happy to help in any way I can.
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level 70
Mar 12, 2018
well, that escalated quickly (or perhaps took several years to develop).
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level 73
Jun 26, 2018
Please add me to your list of narcissistic maladjusted psychopaths. Your comment did sound like brag to me.
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level 76
Jun 26, 2018
Agree, this was easy, except for that one I didn't know. Seems like there's always "that one".
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level 69
Feb 13, 2019
How in the world do you get to level 75? Seems like it would take forever. Seems like I've been trying to get from 65 to 66 forever.
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level 65
Aug 22, 2018
Could you please add me to your list of narcissistic maladjusted psycopath list? I also thought you were bragging and sadly not the first time. But that's ok, kalbahamut. For me, you already are a traditional presence at Jetpunk's comment section. I almost miss you when I don't see your braggadocios...
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level 77
Sep 20, 2019
I've never once bragged about anything on this site. Seriously I think you people are nuts. I could not possibly care less what any one of you think of me or how impressed you are with my performance on any given quiz. I regularly post to quizzes that I did poorly on sharing the fact that I did poorly. Why would I do that if I wanted to impress you? It would be pretty simple to lie.
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level 83
May 6, 2013
Kept putting in the Hermann trophy instead of the Heisman. Oh, you meant THAT kind of football...
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level 61
Jun 18, 2013
It is safe to say that on this American site, the word football probably refers to American football. There is nothing wrong with referring to American football as football. If it is European football, then look for the word soccer to be used.
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level 63
Sep 18, 2014
He wasn't saying there's anything wrong with it.
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level 42
Jul 15, 2015
I was messing around with different spellings of Heisenberg for a while before I remembered. Must have picked that up through cultural osmosis, I know nothing about sports.
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level 54
Jul 16, 2015
You can avoid the confusion by calling them all "sportball." That's what I do. I also have no idea what I'm talking about.
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level 77
Jun 26, 2018
It looks like QM has given into the terrorists and removed that clue from the quiz.
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level 78
Jun 26, 2018
Which is probably why I feel like rating the quiz 4 stars instead of 3 now :p.
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level 68
Nov 14, 2013
Horatio is one of the coolest old-fashioned names (at least that's what I think).
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level 39
May 23, 2015
And his daughter was called Horatia.
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level 20
Jan 25, 2014
19/24 cant believe I missed the city destroyed by an atomic bomb. I thought it was Hokkaido or something.
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level 77
Jul 15, 2015
Hokkaido? That would have been a VERY big bomb.
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level 82
Jun 11, 2014
I kept trying hizbollah for the party.
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level 80
Jul 17, 2014
Close, but that's Lebanon.
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level 26
Aug 25, 2014
Really easy.
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level 58
Jun 10, 2015
good one! Got 'em all with 3:21 to spare
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level 72
Jul 1, 2015
100% with 4:14 left! No typing mistakes, apparently.
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level 26
Jul 15, 2015
I tried Ho Chi Minh City, Haides, and Hezbollah. Could Haides be excepted, or is that incorrect? Great quiz!
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level 60
Jul 15, 2015
Heading says single word answers. And Hades is only correct spelling. Sorry!
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level 54
Jul 16, 2015
Hades was excepted, that's why it wasn't accepted. :-P
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level 66
Jul 15, 2015
100%
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level 76
Jul 15, 2015
way too easy scored 100% with 3 minutes left and would have finished much earlier had i not been stuck with hezbollah instead of Hamas.
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level 49
Jul 16, 2015
Thank you 'Gargoyles' for teaching me about New York geography!
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level 77
Jul 18, 2015
Must you humans name everything? Nothing's real to you until you've named it! Given it limits! Does the sky need a name? Does the river?
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level 24
Jul 21, 2015
Kalbahamut,no one really cares about your stupid and erroneous opinion on this quiz.
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level 67
Oct 13, 2015
Wrong .......... kalbahamut does.
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level 77
Mar 1, 2018
Good thing I've never left any stupid or erroneous opinions on this quiz, then, but thanks bishop and malbaby for giving us a couple of your own.
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level 72
Nov 1, 2015
I'm English, but watched some American football on Channel 4 in the 80's, so knew that Heisman Trophy is a good guide to the dominant players of the following decade. As for 'what is college football' or 'who cares', I'd judge that it is to NFL what Championship football is to Premiership, La Ligament, Serie A, Bundesliga, etc. I did feel the quiz was a little too easy. 2:38 to spare.
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level 56
Dec 13, 2017
La Ligament...? Pull the other one!
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level 62
Jan 10, 2017
Got all but the College Football Award. Presumably American Football. Not Player of the Day?
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level 46
Jan 16, 2017
Hi, everybody! So glad to have all you people from around the world on Jetpunk, in this huge community of folks pursuing knowledge! Now please accept that it's an American site, created by an American, and that the questions are going to mostly (but by far not all) reflect American culture, and if you can't accept that, go away and make your own quiz site, ok? We'd love to come over there and take some of your quizzes, too! Sincerely, all Americans on this site
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level 71
Jan 16, 2017
Those who missed (Lord Viscount) Horatio Nelson either need to go back and read a history textbook and learn who he is or learn how to spell Horatio.
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level 86
Jan 31, 2017
I'm just putting my two pennies worth (or should I say two cents worth) in whilst I am here - I did not get the college football answer, however, I am not offended that it was asked. I have now learned something I did not know. That is the main reason I take these quizzes - to acquire knowledge on subjects I am not familiar with. Admittedly I highly doubt I will ever need to use my newly-acquired Heisman knowledge ever again in my life (except maybe on another quiz on this site) but you never know...
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level 56
Dec 13, 2017
Well said. We all know what this quiz site is about - to not expect some questions about the US that non-Americans won't know is unrealistic. We all live and learn (and subsequently forget!).
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level 47
Mar 16, 2017
100% with 3:01 left
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level 40
Apr 6, 2018
CONGRATS! beat me by 4 seconds; time for me to take a speed typing course
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level 34
May 18, 2017
I get Hutu but I don't get Hinduism :(
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level 68
Sep 1, 2017
Would it be possible to allow 'halfling' for the hobbit one? Thanks!
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level 38
Dec 13, 2017
I knew Heisman only because of the controversy over O. J. Simpson's now belonging to the Goldman family. But seriously, given some of the the outrageous comments made on some of these quizzes, I find it hilarious that the one thing you attack Kalbahamut for is an innocent remark he made about to how quickly he competed this quiz. Get real!
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level 56
Dec 13, 2017
Which question has replaced the Heisman one? Makes a lot of the above comments redundant now.
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level 77
Mar 1, 2018
I hope they all stay up as a sad testament to this capitulation in the face of bigoted verbal terrorism. (and I hate sports and don't give a crap about the Heisman trophy)
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level 49
Mar 1, 2018
I missed four. I can't believe I didnt remember Nelson's firstname, or the physicist one haha.. I typed Haji for the mecca one and I hadno clue of what the one about Rwanda was lol
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level 34
Jun 26, 2018
I got Hutu only thanks to studying the video Hotel Rwanda in english! :D
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level 38
Feb 13, 2019
PacoGee: You should have quit at Haj, the quiz supplied the extra "j" for you. (Another example of not allowing us to complete the spelling of a word; is it any wonder then that so many never get the correct spelling?)
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level 70
Apr 3, 2018
Are we sure that Heisenberg is correct?
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level 71
Jun 26, 2018
In principle Heisenberg’s the nearest answer, given the form of the question :)
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level 40
Apr 6, 2018
*BOOM* 24/24, 2:57 remaining
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level 75
Jun 26, 2018
I thought it was Heisenberg, but I couldnt be sure about it :)
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level 58
Jun 26, 2018
Misread "religion" as "region" and I was very confused.
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level 76
Jun 26, 2018
Even though it's only a short tidal strait, the Harlem River in NYC is the first one I thought of before getting the more obvious one. (It was the first time I'd ever seen a swing bridge.)
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level 50
Jun 26, 2018
48/24 with 15 minutes remaining, typing with my toes, in the dark, and blindfolded. All without reading a single question.
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level 66
Jun 26, 2018
I remembered Heisenberg only because of Breaking Bad. Well, a correct answer is a correct answer...
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level 64
Jun 26, 2018
I think "political party" is being a bit generous in a description of Hamas... "What human rights organization struggled for the rights of a perceived persecuted population in the American South in the late 1800's and early 1900's?" The KKK.
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level 54
Jun 26, 2018
"Political party" is also a generous description for most political parties.
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level 77
Sep 20, 2019
Hamas and the KKK were both political organizations in addition to being terrorist groups.
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level 41
Aug 17, 2018
I know this is probably being picky, But Hamlet wasn't just the Prince of Denmark, His Father was also Hamlet and technically he was momentarily a King when he killed Claudius
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level 46
Oct 3, 2018
Shouldn't it be 'pilgrimage' instead of 'pilgramage'?