30 Facts that Start with 'O' Quiz Stats

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Question Answer % Correct
What city is home to England's oldest university?Oxford
93.4%
What name is given to a polygon with eight straight sides?Octagon
92.6%
What name is given to the Japanese art of paper-folding?Origami
91.3%
What is the surname of celebrity twins Mary-Kate and Ashley?Olsen
89.4%
What is the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet?Omega
86.6%
Which tree, belonging to the Quercus genus, bears fruit known as acorns?Oak
86.4%
What is the capital city of Canada?Ottawa
86.3%
What woodwind instrument's name comes from French for 'high wood'?Oboe
85.4%
What is Canada's most populous province?Ontario
85.3%
Which former Turkish empire shares its name with an upholstered footstool?Ottoman
82.8%
What chemical element has atomic number 8?Oxygen
81.6%
'The Moor of Venice' is the subtitle of what Shakespeare play?Othello
81.6%
Pearls are most commonly produced in what type of bivalve mollusc?Oyster
81.1%
Betelgeuse is a star in what constellation, named after a Greek hunter?Orion
77.9%
What mountain, Greece's highest, was home to the twelve chief Greek gods?Olympus (Mount)
76.8%
Question Answer % Correct
What is the name of the MLB baseball team based in Baltimore?Orioles
75.1%
One of the world's busiest airports, what airport serves Chicago?O'Hare International Airport
75%
Who is lead singer of the heavy metal group 'Black Sabbath'?Osbourne (Ozzy)
72.7%
What name is given to a figure of self-contradictory speech, such as 'deafening silence' or 'living dead'?Oxymoron
65.6%
Who did Jacqueline Kennedy (née Bouvier) marry in 1968?Onassis (Aristotle)
65.5%
Who was the supreme god and creator in Norse mythology?Odin
65.1%
Christiania was the former name of what European capital city?Oslo
64.7%
'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'' is a song from what stage musical?Oklahoma!
64.4%
In Greek myth, who killed his father and married his mother, Jocasta?Oedipus
62.2%
Which US athlete won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics?Owens (Jesse)
60.8%
'Ms. Jackson', 'Hey Ya!' and 'Roses' were hits for which hip hop duo?OutKast
59%
The name of which animal is derived from the Malay for 'person of the forest'?Orangutan
53%
Karl Marx famously described 'religion' as 'the ____ of the people'?Opium
46.4%
Eric Arthur Blair used what pen-name when writing novels?Orwell (George)
37.9%
'Long Day's Journey into Night' and 'The Iceman Cometh' are plays by which US writer?O'Neill (Eugene)
21.5%

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