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What is the metric unit for length?
meter
What is the metric unit for area?
are
What is the metric unit for volume?
stere
What is the metric unit for capacity?
liter
What is the metric unit for mass and weight?
gram
kilo** = ______**
1,000
hecto** = ______**
100
deka** = ______**
10
deci** = ______**
.10
centi** = ______**
.01
Milli** = ______**
.001
quintal = ______grams
100,000
metric ton = ______grams
1,000,000
Roman Numeral

L = ?
50
Roman Numeral

C = ?
100
Roman Numeral

D = ?
500
Roman Numeral

M = ?
1,000
Name for the King of the Gods
Zeus (Greek)
Jupiter (Roman)
Odin (Norse)
Queen of the Gods
Hera (Greek)
Juno (Roman)
Frigga (Norse)
Dwelling place of the Gods
Mt. Olympus (Greek)
Asgard (Norse)
God and ruler of the sea
Poseidon (Greek)
Neptune (Roman)
Njord (Norse)
God and ruler of the dead
Hades (Greek)
Pluto (Roman)
Goddess of agriculture
Demeter (Greek)
Ceres (Roman)
Goddess of hearth
Hestia (Greek)
Vesta (Roman)
Daugther of King of Gods who sprang full-blown from the head of her father
Athena (Greek)
Minerva (Roman
Daughter of God King and Goddess of Agriculture
Persephone (Greek)
Proserpina (Roman)
Wife of Hades
Persephone (Greek)
Proserpina (Roman)
Twin children of God King and Leto
Apollo and Artemis (Greek)
Apollo and Diana (Roman)
Goddess of the Moon, the Hunt, Woods and Wild Animas
Artemis (Greek)
Diana (Roman)
God of male beauty
Adonis
God of fire and thunderbolts
Hephaistos (Greek)
Vulcan (Roman)
Goddess of sexual love
Aphrodite (Greek)
Venus (Roman)
Freya (Norse)
Goddess of the Dawn
Eos (Greek)
Aurora (Roman)
God of youth
Hebe (Greek)
Juventas (Roman)
God of sleep
Hypnos (Greek)
Somnus (Roman)
Previous name for:
Algeria
Ancient Numidia
Previous name for:
Angola
Portuguese West Africa
Previous name for:
Bangladesh
East Pakistan
British India
Previous name for:
Belize
British Honduras
Previous name for:
Bosnia
Yugoslavia
Serbia
Previous name for:
Botswana
Bechuanaland
Previous name for:
Burundi
Ruanda-Urundi
Belgian Congo
German East Africa
Previous name for:
Cambodia
Kampuchea
Khmer Republic
French Indo-China
Previous name for:
Chad
French Equatoria Africa
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Congo
Middle Congo
Previous name for:
Croatia
Yugoslavia
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Czech Republic
Czechoslovakia
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Macedonia
Yugoslavia
Bulgaria
Greece
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Iran
Persia
Previous name for:
Tunisia
Ancient Carthage
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Mozambique
Portuguese East Africa
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Madagascar
Malagasy Republic
Previous name for:
Thailand
Siam
Previous name for:
Sri Lanka
Ceylon
Previous name for:
Senegal
French West Africa
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Taiwan
Formosa
Previous name for:
Zimbabwe
Rhodesia
Previous name for:
Vietnam
French Indo-China
abrogate
To nullify, to abolish
abjure
To remounce or reject
accretion
A gradual build-up or enlargement.
adjunct
Something added to another thing, but not part of it
aesthete
Someone devoted to beauty
aggrandize
To make bigger or greater, to inflate
amalgamate
To blend thoroughly
ameliorate
To make something more tolerable
amortize
To pay off or reduce a debt gradually through periodic payments
anachronistic
Out of the proper time
asperity
Harshness, severity
assail
To attack as with words or blows
assay
To analyze for particular components
assuage
To ease, to pacify
aver
To claim to be true
avow
To declar boldly
bombastic
Inflated or pompous in style
burgeon
To bloom, literally or figuratively
buttress
Something that supports or strengthens
cadge
To beg for, mooch
chary
Slow to accept, cautious
chronology
An arrangement of events by order of occurrence, a list of dates