What is the meaning of Ka?
ka in American English (kɑ ) in ancient Egyptian religion, the soul, regarded as dwelling in a person's body or in an image. Word origin. Egypt kʾ
What has teeth but Cannot eat?
A comb! Do you know any other tooth riddles, jokes, or puns?
What has teeth but Cannot bite?
What has teeth but can't bite? A comb.
What is always in front of you that Cannot be seen?
Answer: A drop of water.
What is the end of everything?
What is the end of everything? Answer: The letter "g".
What has a lot of eyes but Cannot see?
Potatoes, needles and some types of storms are all things that have eyes but can't see. Potatoes are covered in small "eyes" that aren't really eyes at all. Instead, they are buds. Under certain conditions, the eyes will wake up and produce sprouts......
What gets bigger when more is taken away?
The answer to this riddle is just one word. The correct answer is 'HOLE'. A hole in any kind of substance, may it be cloth, wall, wood or anything else, will only get bigger and bigger if you keep taking away more from it.
What's black when it's clean & white when dirty?
What is black when it's clean and white when it's dirty? A chalkboard (or blackboard). It's solid black when clean, and as you write on it with white chalk it becomes dirty.
What has 6 heads and 21 eyes?
The answer to this puzzle is Dice! This little cube used in many games has six sides and when you add all the dots, you have 21.
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