100 Random General Knowledge Questions and Answers Quiz

  • June 18, 2021
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Random general knowledge questions and answers

1. In the type of Plants what does Phylum Coniferophyta classify?

Pines

2. What is Stratum (plural strata)?

A level or layer, particularly when part of a series of layers

3. Who is the Yoruba orisha (Spirit) of winds, tempests, and cyclones in the mythology of Sub-Saharan Africa?

Oya

4. What is the most populous state in the New England region of the United States?

Massachusetts

5. What country had an airline called Rottnest?

Australia

6. Who is Chris J. McCarron?

A winning jockey

7. Jazmín Chebar is a fashion designer from which country?

Aregentina

8. WHat is FIAT Patriarca 1100 Sport?

Racing car

9. Which airport has its ICAO code DABB?

Rabah Bitat Airport (Les Salines Airport)

10. In what Hitchcock film did the heroine find a shrunken head in the bed?

Under Capricorn

11. What refers to a location’s long-term weather trends and often takes into account several decades of weather data?

‘climate’

12. Name one of the most beautiful untouched places on Earth.

Rock Islands, Palau

13. Who is Michael Jung?

A renowned horse rider

14. Tirana is the capital of which country?

Albania

15. Tour de France what color jersey best Hill Climber wear?

Red Polka dot

16. Name a peaceful Island in the world where Motor Vehicles are Banned.

Caye Caulker Island

17. What are some antonyms for Adhere?

Condemn, disjoin

18. What is a Fried-brain sandwich?

Delicacy in Indiana, Ohio, St. Louis

19. Where is the Llanfairpwllgwyngyll or Llanfair Pwllgwyngyll is a large village and local government community located?

On the island of Anglesey, Wales

20. What does lager literally mean in German?

Storage

21. 20th Century Fox was formed through the merger of which two companies?

Fox Film, and Twentieth Century Pictures

22. What is FPSO?

Floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit is a floating vessel

23. What is the native name for Algeria?

Dzayer

24. Fox West Coast Theatres chain was founded in which decade?

1920s

25. Samuel de Champlain founded which city?

Quebec

26. When does a queen wasp starts a new colony?

each spring

27. What is the meaing of the French idiom – être long(ue) à la détente?

to be slow on the uptake
Literal Translation: to be slow on the trigger

28. What links gadulka; tambura; fiddle; mandolin; guitar and gusle?

Traditional folk instruments in Bulgarian music

29. Which playing card has its nickname The Butcher of Baghdad?

(K♦) K diamond

30. Parsley is a member of which family?

Carrot

31. The International Civil Aviation Organization was formed in which year?

1947

32. Which country has its UN code 598?

Papua New Guinea

33. Rabah Bitat Airport (Les Salines Airport) is located in which country?

Algeria

34. Which Rare-earth element is the 25th most abundant element at 68 parts per million, more abundant than copper?

Cerium

35. What sport was deemed to violate civil rights banned in New York?

Dwarf Throwing — From Aus 16 feet

36. What is the oldest house in Manhattan?

Morris–Jumel Mansion (1765)

37. What is the internet country domain TLD for Malawi?

.mw

38. Bearley village is located in which country?

Warwickshire, England

39. How many administrative regions are there in Italy?

20

40. What better name is Mary Westmacott better known?

Agatha Christie

41. EN Chopin is a railway service in which country?

Austria

42. What is the UN Code for Panama?

591

43. What do wasps eat?

grasshoppers, aphids, flies, and other bees

44. What are some synonyms for the red grape Abbuoto?

Aboto, Cecubo

45. In February 1990 160 million bottles of what was withdrawn?

Perrier — contaminated benzine

46. What is the study of dust in the atmosphere and its effects on plants and animals?

Coniology also spelled “koniology”

47. Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania is located in which country?

Algeria

48. Beaulieu Road Railway Station is located in which country?

England

49. How many rivers are in Luapula Province, Zambia?

17

50. How did Attila the Hun die on their honeymoon?

Booze — Honeymoon 30-day booze-up

51. Which African lake lies between Luapula River (upstream) and Luvua River (downstream) segments?

Lake Mweru

52. Which country has its Alpha 3 code NOR?

Norway

53. What is Dutch Draft?

Racing Horse

54. Which country has the most canals in the world after China and Russia?

Brazil

55. 34% of Californian Male students 10% of Females lied to get what?

Sexual Partner

56. Worker bees gather what and turn it into honey?

Pollen

57. WHat is Ardrossan?

A hamlet in Alberta, Canada

58. What links Earl of Norfolk, Earl of Northumbria, Earl of Oxford, and Earl of Pembroke?

Earls in the reign of Richard I of England

59. What is the most famous street in New York?

Wall Street

60. The 9 banded armadillo and humans have what in common?

Both catch Leprosy

61. Where is the oldest street in America?

Elfreth’s Alley in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

62. What is the Alpha 3 code for the Northern Mariana Islands?

MNP

63. What is the best state to own horses after Kentucky, and Oklahoma?

North Dakota

64. What is the volume in cubic centimeters of a 0.6 L bottle of shampoo?

600 cm3

65. What head of Government was the first to give birth in office?

Benazir Bhutto — Pakistan

66. US supertanker Overseas Shipping Group entered service from which year?

2002

67. Which country has its Alpha 2 code NF?

Norfolk Island

68. Strathcona County is located in which province in Canada?

Alberta

69. Mausoleum of Attar of Nishapur is located in which country?

Iran

70. Who was banned from writing US Constitution – secret Jokes?

Benjamin Franklin

71. Who was the 16th president of the United States?

Abraham Lincoln

72. Brazil ranks at what position in producing the best horses?

4th

73. What is the Alpha 2 code for Niue?

NU

74. St. Paul’s Chapel was founded in which year in New York?

1764

75. Marion Barry – Mayor of Washington arrested for what?

Possession of Crack

76. How many liters of water does the tank hold when full Length = 4 m; Width = 2 m; Height = 2.5 m?

20,000 L

77. As the First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson played her official role in which areas?

Environmental protection and Beautification

78. Collective nouns – A Chair of what (tradesmen)?

Glass Blowers

79. Balmoral shoe was invented in which place?

Balmoral, Scotland

80. Collective nouns – a siege of?

Herons

81. Who was the 17th president of the United States?

Andrew Johnson

82. Who is the patron saint of Gypsies?

St Sarah

83. What is the most expensive white diamond?

A white diamond with a D color grade

84. What 3-day battle was the bloodiest of the Civil War?

Antietam

85. In 1990 there were 99 public executions in Suadi Arabia for Drugs, How?

Beheading

86. Who was the South’s best general?

General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson

87. When did the Dead Rabbit pub open?

2013

88. In Ireland what is a Gombeen Man?

Moneylender

89. Who led the Union Army in the American Civil War?

Ulysses S. Grant

90. The Gettysburg Address was written on what?

Used envelopes

91. Who gifted Kohinoor to the British?

Duleep Singh

92. In Australian slang what is underground Mutton?

Cooked Rabbit

93. The capacity of an Olympic-size swimming pool is about what? [The dimensions of an Olympic-sized swimming pool are 50 m long, 25 m wide, and an average of about 2 m deep]

2.5 megaliters

94. Where is Bill the Butcher buried?

The Green-Wood Cemetery, New York, United States

95. What was Colombo’s dog called?

Fang – Basset Hound

96. Five Points (or The Five Points) was a which century neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City?

19th-century

97. Who was the fifth President of Iraq from 16 July 1979 until 9 April 2003?

Saddam Hussein Abd al-Majid al-Tikriti

98. Zoisite is a semi-precious stone – National stone which country?

Norway

99. Battery Park City is located in which state in the USA?

New York

100. In the Bible what did David give Saul as a dowry for Michal?

200 Foreskins from Philistines

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