quizballs 339 - (mostly christmas) general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 339 - (mostly christmas) free general knowledge quiz questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- The long 'lost' 1927 Walt Disney animated Christmas film, found in a Norwegian archive in 2014 is called Empty: Nest; Pudding; Socks; or Heads?
- A Weihnachtsbaum or Tannenbaum in Germany is a Christmas: Carol; Pudding; Tree; or Party?
- The big-selling country and western hit song, notably by Elvis Presley in 1957, is '(What?) Christmas'?
- A square grid of square cells, with five cells in each of its longest diagonals, contains how many cells in total?
- What's the only major traditional British pantomime based on a real life person?
- The Geminids of December are a: Christmas house-plant; Seasonal flu variety; Meteor shower; or Region of the brain?
- Latin 'Aurum' refers to which precious commodity?
- Salvia is the genus name for what vast and useful plant family, associated with wisdom?
- In Austria and Germany an Eierpunsch is a: New Year holiday; Santa's helper; Egg drink; or Slap to the side of the head?
- What sort of song takes its name from old French for a circle dance?
- Anser is the genus name for which family of creatures whose fat is traditional in cooking?
- The notable drinks brands/makers Warninks, De Kuyper and Bols all originated in what country?
- In the Christian calendar the 1st of January is traditionally a feast celebrating Christ's what?
- According to biblical tradition the three 'magi' (wise men or kings) came from the: North; South; East; or West?
- The equatorial Republic of Kiribati's 'Kiritimati' (Christmas) Island, among the first land to see each new day/year, is in which ocean?
- What is an interface, a side, a logistics facility, and a geographically protected drink name?
- What's the traditional name for a cockerel or rooster that's been castrated, to improve the quality of its meat?
- Name Tchaikovsky's famous ballet which begins on Christmas Eve?
- What creature is Equus africanus asinus?
- The 'Last Adam' is an alternative name for whom or what?