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Answers Begin and End with the Same Letter

Guess these one word answers that begin and end with the same letter.
Sorry about J and Q
Quiz by buck1017
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First submittedNovember 11, 2013
Last updatedAugust 13, 2019
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Letter
Clue
Word
A
Country on the Adriatic Sea whose flag looks like this:
Albania
B
Philistine god - now another name for the devil
Beelzebub
C
Pertaining to the heart
Cardiac
D
Fifth most common name for men in the U.S.
David
E
Japan had a big one in 2011
Earthquake
F
Land owned by the feudal lord
Fief
G
Chinese percussion instrument
Gong
H
A word that comes before jump, noon, and fidelity
High
I
Secret society that controls the world (according to conspiracy theorists)
Illuminati
J
Town in the Guatemalan department of El Quiché
Joyabaj
K
Inuit watercraft similar to a canoe
Kayak
L
Slander in writing
Libel
M
One who speaks to spirits
Medium
N
Non-charged subatomic particle
Neutron
O
The Moor of Venice
Othello
P
Mr. Seymour Hoffman
Phillip
Q
The fourth largest city in Greenland, formerly known as Julianehåb
Qaqortoq
R
Sharp slender sword commonly used by duelists
Rapier
S
Plant used to flavor root beer
Sassafras
T
Poseidon's weapon of choice
Trident
U
Aboriginal name of Ayers Rock
Uluru
V
Czech first name sometimes translated in English as Wenceslaus
Václav
W
Capital of Poland
Warsaw
X
Photocopier maker
Xerox
Y
Synonym of delicious
Yummy
Z
The sound of sleeping?
ZZZ
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level 71
Nov 13, 2013
Good Quiz...missed a couple easy ones but still got 17.
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level 70
Jan 2, 2014
FIEF is misspelled.
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level 76
Jan 18, 2014
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fief
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level 34
Jan 19, 2014
How is Othello so low? :O
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level 57
Jan 23, 2014
Because it's not Harry Potter.
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level 77
Mar 2, 2014
Seriously, I was confused by the word "Moor". I thought of a marsh near Venice, never would have thought of a person (I know, there was a capital M, but...).
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level 71
May 8, 2014
I thought he was a Moop
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level 55
Jul 9, 2015
I was temporarily confused and thought it was a general term for a Moor living in Venice. But then I realized that Othello fit the clue.
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level 69
Dec 17, 2015
Zzz rules :D
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level 57
Mar 23, 2017
For "Q", you could use Qaqortoq, the town in Greenland.
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level 66
Mar 30, 2019
Or Qaanaaq or Qazaq.
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level ∞
Aug 13, 2019
Qaqortoq is the winner!
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level 66
Aug 13, 2019
Greenland is misspelled in the clue for this city (missing n).
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level 52
Jul 11, 2017
Quahog for Q?
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level 55
Mar 20, 2018
Quahoq
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level 69
Jan 2, 2018
How about Sean Connery film, Zardoz?
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level 46
Mar 9, 2018
I would have gotten gong if I didn’t misread the clue as “large vertical Chinese symbol”
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level 36
Apr 23, 2018
How about epee for fencing sword?
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level 73
Apr 25, 2018
That would be fine, except it's listed under "R"
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level 69
Aug 13, 2019
« Juraj » (Slavic form of George) for J?
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level 71
Aug 15, 2019
That would certainly be easier than Jxccszfcfvj.
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level 72
Aug 13, 2019
Q sure is a killer, although I nearly got it after writing a similar quiz a while back and using this very same answer for Q. But, I did something extra to give people a chance of actually getting it right!
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level 72
Aug 13, 2019
Fief can also be spelt feoff.
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level 71
Aug 14, 2019
You could also grow spelt on your fief
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level 79
Aug 14, 2019
I think this quiz would have been much better without the J, Z, and maybe Q entries.
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level 66
Aug 14, 2019
why? because you didn't know them?
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level 71
Aug 15, 2019
mf3, how did you get to level 79 being so diametrically opposed to learning anything?
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level 77
Aug 15, 2019
Z is quite funny, just a joke to finish the quiz. J and Q are almost impossible to know (and, frankly, I like to learn, but these are not very useful). However, such a quiz is best if all 26 letters are featured...
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level 77
Aug 14, 2019
Hey, I could be an answer in this quiz!
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level 72
Aug 14, 2019
Where did your name come from? It's pretty original!
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level 77
Aug 15, 2019
The brilliant radio comedy "Cabin Pressure" by John Finnemore. It's about a small charter airline and each of the 26 episodes is named for an alphabetical destination. Q was Qikiqtarjuaq (an island in Nunavut). I shortened it, but even in full, it could have made this quiz.
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level 70
Aug 14, 2019
I might be mistaken, but I thought the statistics went only by the first time individuals take the quiz. If so, there's no way this side of Qaqortoq and Joyabaj that 9% and 13% came up with the answer without a little internet help.
I was always curious the percentage who see any reason to bother cheat.
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level 59
Aug 14, 2019
After I finished the quiz i was wondering why the answers were so obscure ... then I saw the title
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level 66
Aug 14, 2019
As a Guatemalan, I´m very proud to see Joyabaj as an answer, though the Qaqortoq was impossible for me.
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level 49
Aug 15, 2019
I'm going to admit right here I copied and pasted that Greenland city. I don't that often, but I did force myself to learn stuff: -The area has been inhabited for 4300 years. -Used to be named Julianehaab, from colonial era. -They are considering building an airport with a much longer runway.
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