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V Answers Quiz #1

Based on the clues, guess these random things that start with the letter V.
All answers are a single word
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Last updated: October 26, 2023
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First submittedJanuary 21, 2013
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Average score90.0%
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Clue
Answer
Norsemen of the 8th to 11th centuries
Vikings
Capital of Austria
Vienna
Brand of Italian scooter
Vespa
One of the planets
Venus
19th century British queen
Victoria
Fashion mag or Madonna song
Vogue
Country in Indochina
Vietnam
World's most popular credit card
Visa
African religion associated with
Louisiana and Haiti
Voodoo
The V in ROYGBIV
Violet
Clue
Answer
Creature that vants to suck your blood
Vampire
George Washington's home state
Virginia
German car company
Volkswagen
Letter that is not a consonant
Vowel
Popular ice cream flavor
Vanilla
Person who eats no animal products
Vegan
South American country
Venezuela
French word for you
Vous
Impaling Transylvanian ruler
Vlad
Where the pope lives
Vatican
57 Comments
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Level 92
Jul 16, 2013
Got caught on Planet for longer than I care to admit. Was racking my brain trying to come up with a v synonym, rather than the name of a planet...
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Level 68
Nov 18, 2013
When I read the Consonant question, I thought it was looking for an actual letter and I was completely lost on how a letter starts with a V.
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Level 55
Oct 21, 2015
*Aliens* ......but seriously haha. The letter "v" does. Unless you meant a vowel, in which case....um....nah, got nothing.
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Level 47
May 31, 2022
I'm an idiot. I kept reading it as CONSTANT and not consonant, and was wondering why it wasn't taking "variable"! LOL!
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Level 58
Oct 27, 2023
I literally did this too. Funny how things don't change in almost a decade!
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Level 60
Nov 18, 2013
never heard of vespa
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Level 75
Mar 1, 2017
Thank you, American Graffiti. I'd never heard of Vespa until the blooper of Toad crashing his in the opening scene when the throttle stuck.
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Level 69
Jan 8, 2019
it means wasp, becasue the sound it used to make reminded people of the buzzing sound wasps make.
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Level 79
Oct 26, 2023
It also looks like a wasp when viewed from above
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Level 73
May 8, 2024
Dante placed those who tried to remain neutral during critical times and who neither Heaven nor Hell would accept ("Now Heaven expels them, not to mar its splendor, and Hell rejects them, lest the wicked of heart take some glory over them.") in the ante-Hell, outside of Hell proper. They spent eternity aimlessly racing this way or the other being pursued by wasps--a good description of traffic on an ordinary day in Rome.
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Level 60
Jan 8, 2019
Vespacito
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Level 65
Jul 15, 2019
Character in a Bond Movie
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Level 16
Feb 9, 2024
only know now bc of luca by pixar
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Level 78
Mar 25, 2024
I had heard of it before, but it's definitely what i associate Vespas with now.
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Level 66
May 8, 2024
Full marks for The Robbster. It's a brand of Italian scooter.
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Level 82
Jun 18, 2015
Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain. Should accept Vain...
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Level 70
Aug 12, 2015
100%.
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Level 57
Oct 23, 2015
You should allow "Vain" as an answer to the ROYGBIV. British schoolchildren were (are?) taught the mnemonic "RICHARD OF YORK GAINED BATTLES IN VAIN" to remember the rainbow colours. I never thought you were looking for the actual colour, VIOLET!!
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Level 70
Mar 1, 2017
Actually it is ...... Richard Of York GAVE Battle In Vain.
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Level 56
Oct 4, 2022
dont be so vain
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Level 85
Oct 26, 2023
You prob'ly think this comment's about you.
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Level 55
Oct 27, 2023
I get this complaint (obviously multiple people have it) but it's the same for PEMDAS or MVEMJSUN(P) ... there are numerous iterations of these mnemonics but they are each used to remember a concept ... the concept is obviously the answer.

What about "Read Out Your Good Book In Verse" or "Respect Others, You Grow By Including Variety." I personally learned it as a name "Roy G. Biv."

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Level 53
May 8, 2024
Definitely, i was trying vain too
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Level 58
Nov 25, 2016
Misread scooter as soccer, and I knew I didn't know any kind of Italian soccer. It clicked when I went back to it later.
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Level 51
Mar 26, 2017
3.52, voila!
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Level 55
May 11, 2017
One second left. What an expert.
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Level 20
May 27, 2018
Vegan doesn't accept vegetarian? WHY ON EARTH? Im kind of mad because i would have got 100% too... Anyway...HOLY COW PLEASE FIX THIS SO IT ACCEPTS VEGETARIAN!
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Level 70
May 27, 2018
The clue reads, "Person who eats no animal products." There is a distinct difference because vegetarians WILL eat dairy products and eggs.
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Level 72
Aug 3, 2018
IllegalD, from your level I can see that you haven't been on the site very long, so here's a piece of advice. Check you facts before commenting. You'll save yourself a lot of embarrassment if you do.
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Level 70
Jan 8, 2019
The answer is correct, but initially my thought were the same. Might be a matter of wording, or because english isnt my language. But reading "eats no animals products" translated in my mind to eats no meat. But indeed milk and eggs are "produce" of the animals, so it IS correct. just at first glance and quick translation it seems it is asked, about who doesnt eat parts of animals.

If it was written as eats nothing an animal produces, or even doesnt eat any products OF animals. (or anything produced by animals) The mistake wouldnt be made. (cause meat is considered a product, eventhough it is not produced by and animal)

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Level 57
Jan 12, 2019
Sifhraven What do you mean meat is not produced by an animal? All meat comes from animals (well, except the cultured meat they've been working on recently, I suppose, if you don't consider coming from just some cells of an animal as coming from an animal)
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Level 70
Apr 2, 2024
Producing is making, manufacturing. Not being made of.

If something is being produced you can take it and more could be produced. You can't cut off all the meat of an animal and expect it to grow it back so you can harvest it again..

If they would "produce" meat, you would only ever need a few animals,

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Level 73
May 8, 2024
Vegans' favorite Carl Perkins song? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6Jxsynmuco--something else they won't eat.
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Level 60
May 8, 2024
The irony of using holy cow in this argument too.
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Level 52
Aug 24, 2018
Vlad the Impaler was wallachian
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Level 77
Jan 8, 2019
This quiz definitely does not need so much time!
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Level 71
Jan 8, 2019
Can you please accept "vudu" as a possible substitute for voodoo? Thanks!
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Level 76
Feb 19, 2022
agree - i've seen it spelt elsewhere on this site as 'voudou', or perhaps 'vodou'?
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Level 60
May 8, 2024
I believe Vodou is the proper alternative.
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Level 34
May 9, 2024
I think that's the streaming service.
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Level 47
Jan 9, 2019
Didn't know how to spell Vuvuzela
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Level 38
Jan 12, 2019
Oh man. I read religion as region as was trying to recall parts of Louisiana beginning with V.
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Level 67
May 9, 2020
Parlais vous Francais? No, I bloody forgot.
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Level 55
Feb 22, 2023
This is my favorite comment on this whole site lol
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Level 76
Sep 23, 2020
Maybe change the vegan clue because purchasing/wearing something made of leather, for instance, is against veganism. It's more of a lifestyle than a dietary thing.

Perhaps "person who does not use animal products"

or maybe consumes since that applies to eating, using, and purchasing

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Level 55
Oct 27, 2023
I mean yeah technically ... but dietary veganism is still veganism? Philosophical vegans (or "moral" vegans) oppose animal products in all forms but it's a mess and so many arbitrary "rules" that have no agreed-upon line across all vegans. Consumes would be a nice middle ground though - despite most people equating veganism with diet.
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Level 82
Mar 3, 2021
I misread "George Washington's home state" as "George Washington's home estate" and was confused as to how I was spelling Vernon (as in Mount Vernon) incorrectly. It pays to read well, kids
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Level 83
Dec 23, 2021
Glad I wasn't the only one!
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Level 84
Oct 26, 2023
Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of Fate. This visage, no mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the vox populi, now vacant, vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a by-gone vexation stands vivified, and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin vanguarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition. The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous. Verily, this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add that it is my very good honor to meet you and you may call me V.
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Level 79
Oct 26, 2023
lmao what a great username
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Level 82
Oct 26, 2023
not to be pedantic but there shouldn't be an apostrophe in "one of the planets"
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Level 79
Oct 26, 2023
it was changed and sadly all comments related to it were deleted
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Level 60
May 8, 2024
Unsurprising coming from GrammarBeane1.
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Level 68
Oct 26, 2023
1:15 used, what's funny is that while taking this quiz me and a bunch of people were literally having a conversation about Volkswagen
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Level 20
Nov 14, 2023
ROYGBIV got me...
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Level 28
May 8, 2024
I knew vespa and voodoo thanks to Disney movies LOL
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Level 34
May 9, 2024
Only missed the Madonna song. I'm not that cultured. :/