Do You Know Pig Latin?

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Jouviane Alexandre

6 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

ODay youyay owknay igPay atinLay? Some of us might boast that we’re fluent in Spanish, French, or Chinese, but what are those languages next to Pig Latin? How well versed are you in Pig Latin? Eginnerbay? Opray? Let’s see how well you do with these funny English idioms and words!

Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: ayay othay otatopay

The idiom, a hot potato, is usually referencing a current issue or topic that causes a bit of controversy.

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: Youryay uessgay isyay asyay oodgay asyay inemay

Hopefully you knew this, if not, you were probably thinking that "your guess is as good as mine!"

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: Ayay ennypay orfay youryay oughtsthay.

If you're looking a bit confused from taking this quiz, someone might ask for a penny for your thoughts.

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: ouldnWay'tay ebay aughtcay eadday.

If there are things you wouldn't be caught dead doing, we're glad that this quiz isn't one of them!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: allBay isyay inyay youryay ourtcay.

The ball was in your court when it came to taking the quiz, and we're glad you took the shot!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: ubberblay.

Leave the blubber alone! This is why we had to "Free Willy!"

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: ollopday.

You could use a dollop of Daisy at this point, couldn't you?

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: uelchsqay.

Let's hope it isn't a rainy day today because if it is, you might find your shoes squelching against the mud!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: odgepodgehay.

After this quiz, you can take a hodgepodge of other quizzes on this site!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: enanigansshay.

We hope you don't plan on getting into any shenanigans after you're done with this quiz!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: Whole nine yards.

Do you think you can take all the quizzes this site has to offer? The whole nine yards?

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: Actions speak louder than words.

You might say you're a pro at pig latin, but actions speak louder than words!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: Taste of your own medicine.

If you're going to make fun of someone for failing this quiz and they turn it around on you when you fail, I could say you're tasting your own medicine.

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: Beat around the bush.

No one has time for you to beat around the bush. Get to the point!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: Take with a grain of salt.

If you're doing poorly on this quiz, hopefully you're taking it with a grain of salt!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: feeble.

Hopefully this quiz doesn't leaving you feeling feeble at the end! Stay strong!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: giggle.

If you move the G to the end of the word and add "ay," you'll be giggling in pig latin.

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: gargoyle.

Move the "G" to the end and add 'ay' and you'll have a gargogyle!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: canoodle.

If you remembered to move the c to the end of the word and add 'ay' after, you definitely deserve to canoodle with someone after this quiz!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: klutz.

Don't be a klutz in answering this question. You have to move the 'kl," not just the k!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: itebay offyay oremay anthay youyay ancay ewchay.

If you don't even know what pig latin is, you might have bitten off more than you can chew with this quiz.

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: eakspay ofyay ethay evilday.

Were you recently talking or thinking about Pig Latin? If you were, you could say "speak of the devil!"

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: ancay'tay udgejay ayay ookbay ybay itsyay overcay.

You couldn't just judge this quiz from its title! That would be judging a book by its cover.

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: iecepay ofyay akecay.

If you're a professional at pig latin, this quiz should be a piece of cake!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: ostscay anyay armyay andyay ayay eglay.

This kind of fun normally costs an arm and a leg, but not with these quizzes!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: ythmrhay.

Are you getting into a rhythm with these questions? Hopefully you're getting them right!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: iepay.

If you're getting ready for Thanksgiving, you might have the ham covered with this pig Latin quiz, but what about the pies?

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: oviemay.

After this quiz, you can relax with a nice movie!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: agelbay.

If you need a snack after this quiz, feel free to enjoy a bagel!

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Translate the following word/phrase from Pig Latin: usttray.

When it comes to this quiz, we trust that you won't cheat!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: dragon

You won't find any dragons here, unless you're Khalessi and call them Zaldrizes.

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: food.

Are you feeling a bit hungry now that you're almost done? Get some food afterwards!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: child.

The "ch" stays together! The sounds of the word would be off if they were separated!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: water.

Hopefully you moved the w to the end of the word and added an ay. You need it to survive!

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Translate the following word/phrase into Pig Latin: star.

Remember to keep the "st" together and move them to the end of the word before adding "ay." Did you get it right? You're a star!

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