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What’s in a name, Richard Armitage?

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Name is Armitage

Let’s play a quick game today🙂

Can you guess how many words can be created using the letters from:

RICHARD ARMITAGE?

Let’s get the obvious ones out of the way:

Rich

Hard

Arm

Age

Now you go!

Below are the answers and I think you’ll be shocked and perplexed at some of them.

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There are 616 words.

ANSWERS:

a aa aah aahed aarrgh academia ace aced acedia ache ached acid acier acme acre acrid act acta acted acti ad adage adamic adamite adamitic ade adit admire admirer admit ae ag aga agama agar agate age aged ager ah aha ahead ahi ai aid aide aider aim aimed aimer air aired airer airhead airier airraid airtime ait aitch am ama amah america amid amide ar arc arcade arcadia arced arch arched archer ardri are area arear aria arid aright arm armada armchair armed armer armiger arrear art at ate c ca cad cadet cadge cadger cadre cage caged cager cam camarade came camera car carat card carder cardia care cared caret carriage carried carrier cart cartage carte carted carter cartridge cat catarrh cate cater cathead cathedra cedar chair chaired char charade chard chare charge charged charger charm charmed charmer charred chart charted charter chat cheat chem chert chi chide chider chimaera chime chimed chimera chirm chirr chit cider cig cigar cima cite cited cithara crag cram crate crater cream credit cried crier crime criteria da dace dacha dag dah dam damage damager dame dare darer dart darter data datagram date dater de dea dear dearth death decagram decigram demit der derma dermat dermic detach dharma di diagram diametric diarrhea diathermic dice dicier die diem diet dietic dig dight digit digram dim dime dimer dimeric dire direct dirge dirt dirtier dit ditch dither drag dram drama dramatic dream dreamt drear drier e each ead ear earth eat ed edh edict edit eh eight em emir emit er era erg err errata erratic et eta eth ethic gad gait gaited gaiter gam game gamed gametic gamic garret garter gat gate gated gather gear ged gem geriatric germ get ghat ghi gid gie gird girder girt girth git grace graced grad gradate gradatim grade grader graham gram grata grate grated grater gratia great grid grim grimace grimacer grime grimed grit ha had hae hag hair haired hairier ham hamartia hamate hard harder hardier hare harem harm harmed harried harrier hart hat hate hated hater hatred he head hear heard heart heat hegira heir hem her herd hermit hermitic het hi hic hid hide hie hieratic him hire hired hirer hit hm i iatric ice iced ich icier id ide idea idem image ira irate ire irradiate irrigate irrigated it itai itch item ma mac mace maced mach mad made mae mag mage magic maid maigre maire maitai mar mara maraca marc march marched marcher mare marge marged maria marred marriage married mart mat match matched matcher mate mated mater materia math matriarch matricide me mea mead meat med media medic medica meg mer merit met meta metic metric mi mic mica mice mid midge midget mig might mightier migrate migrated mir mirage mire mired mirth mite miter mitre ra race raced racer racier rad radar radiate radii rag raga rage raged ragtime rah rai raid raider raite ram rama ramage ramate rara rare rarer rat rata rate rated rater rath rather re reach react read ream rear rearm rec recta red redact reg regard regia rei rem rematch remit ret retard retch retrad rhea ria rice rich riche richer richter rid ride rider ridge rig right righted righter rigid rim rima rime rimed rite t ta tad tae tag tahar taiga tam tamarac tame tamed tamer tar tarda tare tarmac tarred tea teach team tear tec ted teg tem term terra the their them theriac theriaca therm thermic third thread thrice ti tiara tic tide tie tied tier tiger time timecard timed timer timid tirade tire tired trace traced tracer tracheid trade trader tragic tram tramcar tread triad triadic triage triarch trice tried trier trig trigram trim trimer
 

About AgzyM

"I have measured out my life with coffee spoons". A fangirl through and through, anglophile, and admirer of beauty whereever I can find it. I love books and art, and spend too much time admiring Richard Armitage and other amazing British actors.

23 responses »

  1. Good grief, woman. Is this what you’re reduced to in your spare time?- let me loan you a DVD or two to while away the time. Did you seriously type out that list, or is there magic at work here? It reminds me of a word puzzle in my daily newspaper where you have to create words out of letters in a grid, all using the central letter- I often look up the answers the next day and scratch my head at some of the words in the list!

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    • Sorry- should’ve issued a snarky comment warning!

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      • LOL! You think all too highly of me😉 I’ve never heard of more than half of the words and would wing it with another 20% of them. The list was copy/pasted from an automatic program, but I have to admit I may have strained my finger working the mouse😉

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  2. lolololololol I looked at the photo of him and the only word I could create from his name was “SEX”. I think I might be spelling his name wrong but I. Don’t. Care.😉

    Good morning! We actually have sunshine here for once and I think it’s making me a bit feisty.

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  3. How rich and meaningful Richard Armitage is!! LOL

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  4. A many of oh so many words …🙂

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  5. Next challenge: how many words out of “Richard Armitage” in Chinese?🙂

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  6. a aa aah aahed aarrgh,
    yes – very appropriate. Mostly comes to my mind when new pics surface.🙂
    I also approve of admire, charmer, cream, dear, dream, grace, heart, marriage.

    And I can also live with cage, dirty, grime, hard, harder, harem, heat, meat, mightier, raider, (nfsw)rated, tiger.
    Ooops – pictures in my head…..

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  7. Educational Armitage – as usual😀 The things we learn, the things we do. You could play one of those word games that go around Facebook a lot with this list, a la – “The first three words in the list that your eyes settle on describe what your year 2014 in relation to RA will be like.” Mine are… date – grace – mate. Genuinely – those were the three words my eyes rested on… My imagination is… shall we say… “stirred”?

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