5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Circumsolar (Challenge)
- Encyclical (Challenge)
- Cirque (Challenge)
- a n. 1. Roman Catholic Church, a letter addressed by the pope to all the bishops of the church adj. 2. (of a letter) Intended for wide or general circulation; general
- b adj. Using figures of speech; symbolic, not literal
- c n. 1. Circle; ring 2. A bowl-shaped, steep-walled mountain basin carved by glaciation, often containing a small, round lake
- d <G. "wheel," "circle"
- e adj. Traveling, etc., around the sun
5 Multiple choice questions
- adv. prep. About; (used especially in) approximate dates
- <L. "circle," "anything round"
- <L. "form," "shape"
- adj. Rotating about or surrounding the moon
- n. 1. Path of one body as it revolves around another body 2. A sphere of influence; a range of action or experience
5 True/False questions
Cyclotron (Challenge) → adj. 1. Resembling a circle; circular 2. Smooth-edged, more or less circular in form, and having concentric striations 3. (of a fish) Having such scales 4. Psychiatry, of or noting a personality type characterized by wide fluctuation in mood within the normal range n. 5. A cycloid fish 6. Geometry, a curve generated by a point on the circumference of a circle that rolls, without slipping, on a straight line
ORBITA → <L. "wheel"
Encyclopedic → adj. Occurring or moving in cycles
CIRCUM → <L. "around"
Circumambulate (Challenge) → v. To walk or go about or around, especially ceremoniously