Daily Quiz #4460
What word's original meaning was to do with "relating to a specific place" (such as where indigenous plants or animals were found in a specific area)?
Who was the female lead in the film "Leprechaun"?
What is a variation of the standard card game of poker which consists of two cards being dealt face down to each player and then 5 community cards being placed by the dealer (3 as "the flop" then 1 called "the turn", then 1 called "the river"), with players having the option to check, bet or fold after each deal?
Edward the Confessor became King of England in which century?
What name is given to a neuron which fires both when an animal performs an action and when the animal observes the same action performed by another animal, as though the observer were performing the action?
Which continent has the world's highest waterfall, largest river by volume, longest mountain range, driest non-polar place, largest rainforest, highest capital city, and highest commercially navigable lake?
Which of these composers composed a set of rhapsodies and named them after his home country?