Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Question Of The Day: 5th April, 2006

Today's question is very different from the normal Inquizzitive pattern. All you need to so is tell me what is special(unique distinction) about this word in the English language?

PLEASE mail the answer to with 'Answer of the Day' as the subject line.

Answers over IM will NOT be considered.

And The Correct Ans Is

It is the longest mono syllable word (9 Letters) in English.

CORRECTION: Although this has been an age old quiz question, but some further research shows me there are other 9 letter mono syllable words too and here's a list of them.

Although 'Squirelled' has also been mentioned in some places as the longest such word, but since most dictionaries do not accept it as a word, we are not considering it.

Inside Google

Total No. Of Attempts: 22

No. Of Correct Answers: 19

List Of Correct Answer Givers

Tarun M
Smitha P
Radhika R
Arjun K
Shyam K
Alekhya H
Siddharth D
Charmaine D
Sumodh T
Aditya D
Vinitha N
Anand P
Vikas S
Sasidhar A
Protima N
Shyam P
Mandar D
Prem P
Sriranjini L

Non Googlers

Total No. Of Attempts: 32

No. Of Correct Answers: 30

List Of Correct Answer Givers

Bharat Jain
Bee Gee
Deepak Karamungikar
Rahul Paul
Ameya Mardolkar
Supriya Agarwal
Rohit Nair
Shashank Rath
Ashish Agarwal
Raghu Gopalan
Jyoti Bharadwaj
Shashwat Sehgal
Sanjeev Jayakumar
Ranganath P
Raunak Baid
Shyam Naren
Prateek Vijayvargia
Anirban Baishya
Sandeep B
Tarun Madan
Abhijeet Sinha
Venkataraman S
Dipankar Goswami
Pallavi Roy
Venkat Ananth
Jeevan D
Abid E H
Neelakantan E
Sandhya Raghunathan

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