Pokemon Etymologies Gen IV

Random Gaming or pokémon Quiz

Can you name the Generation IV pokémon by the origin of their name?

Quiz not verified by Sporcle

How to Play
Challenge
Share
Tweet
Embed
EtymologyPokémonType(s)
Sound a cat makes (-r) + UnattractiveNormal
Plant foliage + Word relating to a long timeGrass
Heir to the throne (-ce) + Sound of dripping waterWater
Appendage of sea animals + Noble gasWater
Japanese for 'spike' + Display of affectionFairy/Flying
Type of metal (-e) + Deep chime of a bell (-d)Steel/Psychic
Species of insect (c=k) + Music (-t)Bug
Darkness between day and night + French for 'black'Ghost
To eat + Chill out (-re)Normal
Mammal emitting a foul smell (-k) + Armored vehiclePoison/Dark
Sound a frog makes (-k) + Slimy matterPoison/Fighting
Relating to wasps (-ne) + Royalty (-e)Bug/Flying
Ghost (-t) + Burial chamberGhost/Dark
Many sided figure (l=r) + Last letter of the AlphabetNormal
Joyful (-y) + Small (-t)Normal
A silent performer + Younger editionPsychic/Fairy
Species of primate (-p) + To burnFire
Latin for 'royalty' (-um) + Greek for 'giant'Normal
Hard protective outer case (-l) + Missing (-t)Water
Raging fire (-o) + PrimateFire/Fighting
Absence of light + Japanese for 'dark' (-ku)Dark
Prefix signifying power (-h) + Latin for 'God' (-d)Normal
Frozen moisture (-t) + Young femaleIce/Ghost
Leader + Species of Bird (c=k)Dark/Flying
Unit of brightness + Type of radiation (-x) Electric
Personal pronoun + Small fairy (-e)Psychic
Twisted mesh of strands (-gle) + EnlargementGrass
To float through air (-t) + Floating air ship (-p)Ghost/Flying
Nocturnal species of insect (-h) + Pronoun to refer to a maleBug/Flying
Molten rock in a volcano (-ma) + Type of cannonFire

You're not logged in!

Compare scores with friends on all Sporcle quizzes.
Sign Up with Email
OR
Log In

You Might Also Like...

Show Comments

Extras


Your Account Isn't Verified!

In order to create a playlist on Sporcle, you need to verify the email address you used during registration. Go to your Sporcle Settings to finish the process.