H Answers Quiz #2

Can you guess these random things that start with the letter H?
All answers are a single word
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Last updated: September 27, 2018
First submittedApril 29, 2015
Times taken32,730
Average score66.7%
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Clue
Answer
Name of 8 English kings
Henry
Her face launched 1,000 ships
Helen
Notable escape artist
Houdini
Certain eye color
Hazel
France's shape
Hexagon
Popular sans-serif font
Helvetica
Engelbert's last name
Humperdinck
Jester with a checkered costume
Harlequin
Strongman of Greek mythology
Heracles
First to climb Everest
Hillary
Calvin's stuffed tiger
Hobbes
Last name of Uday and Qusay
Hussein
Zeppelin that burst into flames
Hindenburg
Cardiologist's forte
Heart
Many-headed serpent of Greek mythology
Hydra
Capital city whose name rhymes with "annoy"
Hanoi
Political opposite of a dove
Hawk
Angels have them. Beyoncé can see yours.
Halo
Ethnic group from the mountains of Indochina
Hmong
Ice world of "The Empire Strikes Back"
Hoth
Musical instrument that is a symbol of Ireland
Harp
Where goulash came from
Hungary
Sled dog breed
Husky
# in a Twitter post
Hashtag
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Level 72
Jan 13, 2016
I tried Harley Quinn from the batman series, knowing it was probably false. Was shocked to see the answer! Never knew her name was derived from that :P
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Level 87
Jan 13, 2016
The more you know.
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Level 59
May 13, 2022
Yup
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Level 77
Jan 13, 2016
Only knew Hmong from Clint Eastwood's film, Gran Torino.
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Level 73
Mar 6, 2019
There are sooooo many Hmong working in the central valley of California. A beautiful culture.
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Level 55
May 13, 2022
That's where I learned of the Hmong people! Also interestingly, there is a large population in Minnesota.
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Level 59
Jan 13, 2016
Good quiz. Never heard of Calvin or his stuffed tiger though.
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Level 51
Jan 13, 2016
You must be very young, then. Calvin and Hobbes is one of the best cartoon strips ever written.
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Level 72
Jan 13, 2016
Or simply not originally from the English speaking world. I also hadn't heard of them until I started using Internet more often.
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Level 48
Feb 13, 2017
Calvin and Hobbes is pretty good, but it was from a while ago, and is from the U.S. If you're from another country or younger, you may not have heard of it.
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Level 59
May 13, 2022
We don’t all live in the US
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Level 84
Aug 20, 2017
I was never a big comics guy, but I loved Calvin & Hobbes. I thought it was brilliant and very funny. Even inspired me one winter to make my own two-headed snowman in our front yard....just to crack my brother up. (he got me started with C&H) Best snowman I ever made. Definitely made my brother laugh. I wonder what the neighbors thought though? :-/
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Level 76
Sep 26, 2020
I used to read Calvin & Hobbes when I was younger, and I still do. It's by favourite comic by the bye.
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Level 75
Jan 13, 2016
I'm hmong those people that missed Hmong.
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Level 58
Jan 13, 2016
+1, internet person, +1.
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Level 66
Jan 14, 2016
Yep, updooting this.
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Level 52
Sep 28, 2018
i have been there and met them... was ashamed i could not remember the spelling
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Level 65
May 15, 2022
same. Great part of the world - lovely, generous people.

Forgot the silent H though....

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Level 61
Feb 22, 2022
Highlander Han, Hoa, Hre. Nothing
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Level 49
Nov 25, 2022
From US or Thailand, Laos?
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Level 60
Jan 14, 2016
Yeah, the 'France' clue is pretty ropey.
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Level 81
Jul 29, 2016
See QM's reply above. L'Hexagone is a pretty common name for France.
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Level 35
Jan 17, 2016
How come only 44% got "Hoth"?
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Level 60
Feb 8, 2017
Because only 44% knew it.
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Level 55
Jun 24, 2022
This answer made me laugh
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Level 87
Apr 19, 2019
It's not well known to Hmong quiz takers on here.
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Level 76
Sep 26, 2020
Never heard of 'Hoth'.
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Level 69
May 23, 2018
I didn't understand the grammar of the second question. When I finally managed to get the answer anyway, I realized that "faced" is supposed to be a noun.
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Level 82
Jan 25, 2020
H Answers Quiz #1 and #2 both include Hanoi as an answer. I'd suggest to change one of the clues to Vietnam's biggest city, Ho Chi Minh City.
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Level 72
Jan 10, 2021
Took me ages to realise that # didn't mean "number", just got it in the end though. Not much of a tweeter.
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Level 61
Feb 22, 2022
Octothorpe, Pound Sign
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Level 35
Oct 19, 2021
France is shaped like a blob, not a hexagon lol. If I was given a more mathematical hint it might have made more sense.
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Level 67
May 13, 2022
"The Hexagon" is a very well known (well, common at least) nickname of Metropolitan France, just like Italy can be referred as "the Boot". You can even find the hexagon represented on the French national side of the 1€ and 2€ coins.
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Level 55
May 13, 2022
I don't understand the second one. Who or what is this "Helen"?

P.S.: found it - it seems that this quote is not so well known in german, at least I never heard it.

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Level 58
May 13, 2022
Maybe “First western person to climb Everest” would be more appropriate. We all know what you meant but its just not quite accurate.
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Level 87
May 13, 2022
First to reach the summit is probably better.
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Level 55
Jun 24, 2022
I understand it is not clear whether Hilary or Tenzing Norgay actually was the first at the summit.
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Level 71
May 15, 2022
I'm afraid to ask, but the political opposite of a dove is a hawk? I did not know that.