Quiz about Chemical Symbols Bible Edition  Women
Quiz about Chemical Symbols Bible Edition  Women

Chemical Symbols, Bible Edition -- Women Quiz


In this quiz, I give you the names of specific elements and you use their symbols to spell out the name of a Biblical woman. I hope you have as much fun playing it as I had creating it.

A multiple-choice quiz by Cowrofl. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
Cowrofl
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
398,132
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
387
Last 3 plays: Guest 165 (0/10), Guest 24 (0/10), TERRYROYHURST (4/10).
This quiz has 2 formats: you can play it as a or as shown below.
Scroll down to the bottom for the answer key.
1. Before we get started, it must be pointed out all spellings are per the KJV and NKJV.

What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for ruthenium and thorium?

Answer: (A Moabite woman)
2. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for barium, thorium, sulfur, helium and barium?

Answer: (Wife of a king)
3. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for beryllium, radon, iodine and cerium?

Answer: (Wife of New Testament leader)
4. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for hydrogen, silver and argon?

Answer: (Handmaiden in Genesis)
5. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for europium, nickel and cerium?

Answer: (Mother of Timothy)
6. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for phosphorus, erbium, silicon and sulfur?

Answer: (Mentioned in Romans 16:12)
7. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for vanadium, arsenic, hydrogen and titanium?

Answer: (Old Testament queen)
8. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for helium, lanthanum and hydrogen?

Answer: (Mentioned in 1 Chronicles 4:5)
9. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for einsteinium, thorium and erbium?

Answer: (Old Testament queen)
10. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for iodine, sulfur, calcium and hydrogen?

Answer: (Mentioned in Genesis 11:29)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Before we get started, it must be pointed out all spellings are per the KJV and NKJV. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for ruthenium and thorium?

Answer: Ruth

The correct answer is Ruth with Ru being the symbol for ruthenium and Th the symbol for thorium.

Ruth, a Moabite woman, was the widow of Mahlon and the daughter-in-law of Naomi. Ruth ended up marrying Boaz, a well-to-do Jewish landowner and they were the parents of Obed. According to Ruth 4:22, Obed was the grandfather of David, a noted king of Israel.
2. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for barium, thorium, sulfur, helium and barium?

Answer: Bathsheba

Put the symbols together, and you get the name 'Bathsheba'. (Ba for barium, Th for thorium, S for sulfur, He for helium and Ba once again for barium.)

Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah, had an adulterous affair with King David. When Bathsheba became pregnant as a result of the affair, David ended up orchestrating the death of Uriah and taking her as his wife. Later, David and Bathsheba would become parents of Solomon, a noted king of Israel.
3. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for beryllium, radon, iodine and cerium?

Answer: Bernice

The symbols for beryllium (Be), radon (Rn), iodine (I) and cerium (Ce) create the name 'Bernice'.

Bernice was the wife of King Agrippa, as per Acts 25:13 and 25. She accompanied her husband when he travelled to Caesarea to have Paul appear before him. Details about Paul making a lengthy presentation to Agrippa can be found in Acts 25:13-27 and 26:1-32.
4. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for hydrogen, silver and argon?

Answer: Hagar

Hagar was the handmaiden of Sarah and she gave birth to Esau after Sarah gave her permission to sleep with her husband Abraham. At the time Sarah was unable to conceive. However, later Sarah miraculously gave birth to Isaac.

Esau is generally regarded as the father of the Arab nation.

Here are the symbols for the three different elements in the question: Hydrogen (H), silver (Ag) and argon (Ar).
5. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for europium, nickel and cerium?

Answer: Eunice

Eunice was the mother of Timothy and the daughter of Lois, as per 2 Timothy 1:5. She lived at Lystra, a city in present-day Turkey. The identity of Eunice's husband is not given in Scripture. However, it is known he was Greek while Eunice was Jewish, as per Acts 16:1.

Here are the symbols for the three different elements in the question: europium (Eu), nickel (Ni) and cerium (Ce).
6. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for phosphorus, erbium, silicon and sulfur?

Answer: Persis

Put the letters together for the four elements in the question and you get the Biblical name Persis. Not much is known about Persis as her name appears in only Romans 16:12. However, it's abundantly apparent she was a key member of the early church in Rome. In the verse in the NKJV, Paul writes, "greet the beloved Persis, who labored much in the Lord."


Here are the symbols for the four different elements in the question: phosphorus (P), erbium (Er), silicon (Si) and sulfur (S).
7. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for vanadium, arsenic, hydrogen and titanium?

Answer: Vashti

Vashti is the correct answer. She was the queen of Persia who was deposed by King Ahasuerus. (In the NIV, Ahasuerus is known as Xerxes.) Vashti's removal resulted in Esther, a young Jewish woman, becoming queen.

Here are the symbols for the four different elements in the question: vanadium (V), arsenic (As), hydrogen (H) and titanium (Ti).
8. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for helium, lanthanum and hydrogen?

Answer: Helah

Put the letters together for the three elements in the question and you end up with the Biblical name Helah. Not much is known about Helah is she is mentioned only twice in the Old Testament.

According to 1 Chronicles 4:5, she was one of two wives of Ashhur. Meanwhile,
1 Chronicles 4:7 states she was the mother of three sons -- Zereth, Zohar and Ethnan.

Here are the symbols for the three different elements in the question: helium (He), lanthanum (La) and hydrogen (H).
9. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for einsteinium, thorium and erbium?

Answer: Esther

Esther is the correct answer. She became queen of Persia after Vashti was dumped as queen by King Ahasuerus, also known as Xerxes in the NIV. Esther and her cousin Mordecai teamed together to prevent Haman from carrying out a scheme to kill all the Jews in the Persian empire.

Here are the symbols for the three different elements in the question: einsteinium (Es), thorium (Th), and erbium (Er).
10. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for iodine, sulfur, calcium and hydrogen?

Answer: Iscah

Iscah was the daughter of Abraham's younger brother Haran, as per Genesis 11:29. Iscah is an obscure character with her name appearing in only this one verse.

Here are the symbols for the four different elements in the question: iodine (I), sulfur (S), calcium (Ca) and hydrogen (H).
Source: Author Cowrofl

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