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Old February 9th, 2019, 10:58 PM
nancygoat
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Default [Dixonary] Rd. 2960 Pice Results

In retrospect, it might have been better to find another word, since I got
another DQ after defs were posted,
making a total of 4. This lead to a fairly low scoring round as well, a
four players did not vote. Oh well,
dealer's choice. Pice seems to be fairly well-known to close readers of
Kipling.

But it did lead to a very clear winner, Dave Cunningham, who guessed the
definition and whose dirt attractive to
infants garnered 6 unnatural points. The real winner was Ryan McGill,
whose scrap got 3 natural points.

So, Dave, the deal is yours.

Nancy


1. Of or pertaining to the Pici, a primitive people of Campania, a province
of ancient Italy.
Dan Widdis 0+0=0

2. a savory chutney made from green apples, onions and tamarind.
Debbie E. 2*+0=2

3. a type of vetch, Vicia ervilia.
Effrem Mallach
Votes: Stevens, Abell DQ+2=2

4. a former monetary unit of India and Pakistan, equal to one quarter of an
anna.
Dictionary.com
Votes: Debbie E., Cunningham, Naylor D3

5. dirt ingested by infants or animals.
Dave Cunningham
Votes: Madnick, Widdis, Naylor, Abell 2*+4=6

6. A musical instrument of eastern Europe, of the lute family.
Shani Naylor
Votes: Stevens 2*+1=3

7. A two-edged medieval dagger.
Chris Carson 0+0=0

8. scrap; rubble
Ryan McGill
Votes: Debbie E., Madnick, Cunningham 0+3=3

9. a 3-point goal in water polo.
Guerri Stevens 0+0=0

10. Observation of and divination from the actions of birds.
Judy Madnick 0+0=0

11. a statue of a minor deity in the Hindu pantheon; a household goddess.
Mike Shefler DQ+0=0

12. a general term for spruce trees [Picea is the spruce genus: P abies is
the traditional Christmas tree]
Johnny Barrs DQ+0=0

13. Dripping wet.
Tony Abell
Votes: Widdis 0+1=1

14. [Obs.] plural of PIE.
Tim Lodge DQ+0=0


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