in

Quiz Love ItLove It

Ancient and Modern English Words: – “Match Them Up” Game (Quiz: Part Three)

Hi. Test your knowledge with ten more, antique English words; some of which are still in use today. Attempt to match the antique-words with their modern equivalents. Enjoy the quiz; and do leave your score, comments and up-vote in the section below. Good luck.

After playing this quiz: – Click here to access my other blogs/quizzes in other related subjects – and- “Enjoy 55 of My Excellent Exciting Quizzes Designed to Educate, Entertain and Motivate You” – Click link here. Thanks.

  • Behove

    • A behaviour
    • A debt
    • An obligation
    • An observation
  • Deem

    • To act stupid, or silly
    • To dream, or imagine
    • To forget, or deny
    • To think, or believe
  • Eke

    • Almost
    • Also
    • Easy
    • Elk
  • Faerie

    • Fair
    • Fairy
    • False
    • First
  • Gentle

    • Senile person who is lacking in memory
    • Submissive and downtrodden lackey
    • Underclass person from a poor background
    • Well-born person from an affluent background
  • Mummer

    • Actor in a dumb show
    • Apple Tart
    • Mummy, or mother
    • Murmur
  • Paynim

    • Pauper
    • Pagan
    • Priest
    • Prince
  • Tryst

    • A game similar to rugby
    • An illness; a disease
    • An illumination of a lit-lamp
    • A meeting; a lover’s meeting
  • Varlet

    • A Bishop
    • A Casanova
    • A Menial hand
    • A Court Jester
  • Wit

    • Funny
    • Hero
    • Namely
    • Witness

To report this post you need to login first.

What do you think?

12 points

11 Comments

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Loading…

0