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Word Puzzles - World Cities

Solve the puzzles to guess the names of these world cities.
Example: Adult Male + U.S. President Arthur = Man + Chester = Manchester
Quiz by buck1017
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First submittedNovember 25, 2013
Last updatedNovember 14, 2018
Times taken21,499
Rating4.20
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Word Puzzle
World City
Mr. Nicholson + Cardiac Organ + British Thank You
Jakarta
Feline + Woman's Counterpart + Slang for Hairstyle
Kathmandu
Sack + Father
Baghdad
Baby Chicken + Small Gear + $200 Monopoly Corner
Chicago
Morning Moisture + To Purchase
Dubai
Bartlett/Anjou etc. + Snake Sound
Paris
Unlocking Tool + Foot Digit
Quito
Siddhārtha Gautama + Annoying Person
Budapest
Ceiling Opposite + To Wash Away Shampoo
Florence
Before Triple + Ye Olde Hotel
Dublin
Beauty and the Beast Heroine + Refrain from Eating
Belfast
Window Material + Chinese Strategy Game
Glasgow
Hades + Wash Basin + Piano Part
Helsinki
Pa's Wife + Nabisco Wafer Brand
Manila
Australian Tree Marsupial + Weaving Device + Not Rich
Kuala Lumpur
Military Conflict + Lumberjack's Tool
Warsaw
Sex Pistols Bassist Vicious + Patella Location
Sydney
Mythical Cat Pokemon + Mr. Nolte
Munich
Gun Sound + Rooster
Bangkok
Greek Letter 'X' + Greek Letter 'P'
Cairo
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level 76
Nov 27, 2013
I don't think hogs are necessarily male.
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level 78
Feb 6, 2014
Hog is another word for pig or swine, a male pig is a boar.
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level 71
Feb 6, 2014
Well, you might not invite him to a party, but let's not get pejorative.
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level 73
Feb 6, 2014
Due to their common use as livestock, adult swine have gender specific names: the males are boars (or sometimes "hogs") and the females are sows. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pig
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level 75
Jul 10, 2016
We raise swine, and in our region swine, pigs, and hogs are completely interchangeable, although we tend to lean to pigs as a term for the younger ones (shortened from piglets), and hogs as a term for the entire herd or sometimes just the older ones. Males are boars (not to be confused with wild boars which are a specific type of pig originally from Eurasia and were ancestors of today's domesticated hogs), females that have farrowed are sows, young females which have not farrowed are gilts, and castrated males (raised for meat) are barrows. I have never heard the term "hog" used to mean only a boar, but I have heard it used for a Harley-Davidson.
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level 48
Jan 15, 2014
I kept trying Monaco (Ma + Necco wafers)
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level 78
Feb 6, 2014
Glad I wasn't the only one! ;)
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level 49
Feb 6, 2014
Yep, me too, eventually gave up on that one.
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level 74
Feb 6, 2014
I kept trying to figure out what kind of wafer is called "Drid"
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level 73
Feb 7, 2014
Edited the wafer clue for clarity.
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level 70
Jan 15, 2014
Manila seemed like a bit of a stretch. The rest were fairly easy. Didn't get Paris though either. And I used to live there.. Good quiz!
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level 64
Jan 31, 2014
An adult male pig is a boar or a barrow. A hog can be male or female. I spent forever trying to figure out what city Chickboargo could be :/
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level 50
Jun 20, 2014
Yeah...
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level 53
Feb 6, 2014
There are also "Necco" wafers, so the clue for Manilla could also lead to "Monaco." Not more of a stretch than some of the others here...
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level 34
Feb 7, 2014
wafer brand? only amercans are gonna know that!
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level 73
Dec 12, 2016
I had no clue about wafers, but I thought of cities starting with Ma and got it quickly
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level 75
May 12, 2014
I love these kind of quizzes, but you do need to fix "hog" vs. "boar", and just say another name for a pig, not a male pig. No pig farmer I know refers to the males of the group as hogs when separating by gender-- they're boars and sows. Hogs are what you butcher when they're mature.
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level 72
Aug 31, 2015
Dubai only works if you pronounce dew as doo - outside the US it's pronounced dyew!
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level 76
Jul 10, 2016
Not in my part of the outside the US.
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level 46
Aug 9, 2019
Mine either
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level 72
Feb 2, 2016
What has Go got to do with marble / marbles?
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level 76
Apr 11, 2016
Go uses stones, not marbles. Perhaps you're thinking of "Chinese checkers"?
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level 72
Sep 7, 2016
Also, it's call Go in Japan. In China it is Wei Qi
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level 65
Jul 10, 2016
I don't understand the kitten sound part at all. Mu?
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level 81
Jul 10, 2016
*mew*
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level 75
Jul 10, 2016
Loved this quiz. Hope to see more like it.
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level 46
Aug 9, 2019
I agree! Best quiz ever
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level 76
Jul 10, 2016
god I hate these.
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level 58
Jul 10, 2016
Great quiz! Made me think a lot.
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level 72
Jul 14, 2016
since when does a cat make the sound of moo?
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level 73
Jul 14, 2016
Since when do you pronounce Munich, Moonich?
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level 65
Jul 21, 2016
Cat's sound is "miau" (or maybe in a bit more English transcription - something like "myaw") - listen to Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman in "Batman Returns", you'll know what I mean.
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level 73
Aug 31, 2016
Right...she's "cat" woman. Not Kitten woman...kitten girl?...either way...cats say meow...kittens say mew. Perhaps i'll give it an update to clarify.
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level 67
Apr 23, 2017
Another good quiz, for those jetpunkers that like to think, try 'The CHALLENGE' a puzzle-quiz to get you thinking for a while at ... ... http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/120558/the-challenge
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level 38
Jan 26, 2018
Go is not a marble game.
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level 73
Jan 26, 2018
You are correct. The version I had as a kid had little indents at the intersections and you used black and white marbles instead of the flat pieces. The indents kept you from accidentally knocking the pieces across the board. I have changed the clue.
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level 78
Jun 5, 2018
lol I wrote "Buddhapest" and wondered why it didn't work.
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level 58
Jun 9, 2018
Took a LONG time to get Chicago, not because of the clue, but because there's a seperate quiz for US cities!
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level 71
May 6, 2019
Fun! Thanks
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level 61
Jun 14, 2019
The greek letters one is problematic, in the pronunciation of X (correct pronunciation would be more like "he") and in the confusion between P and R (due to not claryfing which alphabet is being used).
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level 68
Jun 15, 2019
Fun quiz! I kept saying key-toe, key-toe, key-toe, and all I could come up with was Kyoto. If it was a snake it woulda bit me.