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SUN Solar Solar Eclipse
MOON Lunar Lunar Eclipse
EARTH Earthly
WORLD Worldly
WATER watery Aqua
BODY bodily carnal
FATHER fatherly Paternal Fatherly affection
MOTHER motherly MaternalMotherly love
FLOWER Floral Floral decoration
TOWN Urban Urban Life
VILLAGE Rural Rural Life
POLE Polar Polar Bear
KNOWLEDGE
AGE
SCHOOL Scholar Scholastic
BOOK
DAY Diurnal
NIGHT Nocturnal
OCEAN Marine Marine Life
LAND terrestrial Terrestrial Eco system
TERRITORY territorial
NATION National Nationa Song /anthem/flag/language/
CONTINENT Continental Continental shift
Solar Cooker Solar calendar
Lunar probe Lunar calendar
Lunar CycleLunar Phase

Paternal family Patriarchy


Maternal uncle Maternal family
Floral fragrance

Rural life Rural economy


Polar landscape

Marine Biology
Terrestrial Life

ag/language/
Continental Food
Body Parts
BRAIN
HEAD
EYES CataractOpthalmologist
NOSE
EARS ENT
MOUTH
LIP
MOUSTACHE
NECK
CHEST Cardiology
HEART
LEGS
HANDS
FINGERS
HIP
ANKLE
HEEL
vibGOR Violet ba
Indigo gha
Blue nee
Green sha
Yellow
Orange ha
Red
Crossword Puzzle Clues

DOWN ACROSS
3. Which word comes first in ABC order --
1. This month begins with the letter "O." bones or books?
2. Which word comes first in ABC order -- 6. Look up the meaning of the word in the
wild or wind? ____ .
3. Which word would come last in the 8. You'll find the meanings of thousands of
dictionary -- by or be? these in the dictionary.
4. Which of the following words would be
on the dictionary page that has the guide 10. A large orange fruit seen a lot at
words nature and neighbor? Halloween.
12. Find the ____ of these words in the
      nest   neck   news dictionary.
5. Which of the following words would be
on the dictionary page that has the guide 15. Which word would come last in the
words   shut and skip? dictionary -- rain or rake?
     show   slam   skin 16. Noah ___ wrote the first dictionary.
17. Which of the following words would be
on the dictionary page that has the guide
7. The ____ is made up of 26 letters. words gerbil and give?
9. Which word would come first in the
dictionary -- some or sum?      got   gas   get
11. Which word comes first in ABC order -- 18. Which word comes last in ABC order --
pen or pan? on or no?
19. Which of the following words would be
on the dictionary page that has the guide
13. ____ is another word for bug. words term and thick?
14. ____ is the opposite of weak.      test   tent   thin
20. Which word would come last in the
16. North, east, south, and ____ . dictionary -- ago or age?
A B C

Accountant Baker Cab driver


Actor Bank Teller Calligrapher
Actress Banker Cameraman
Actuary Barber Camp counsellor
Administrator Bartender Car designer
Aerospace Engineer
Babysitter Cardiologist
Air Traffic Controller
Bassoonist Carpenter
Anaesthetist Beauty queen Cartoonist
Anchorman Bellhop Cartographer
Animator Blacksmith Cartwright
Animal trainerBoatswain Cashier
Archaeologist Boilermaker Cellist
Architect Bookkeeper CIO (Chief Information Officer)
Artist Bookseller CEO (Chief Executive Officer)
Astronaut Bounty hunter CTO (Chief Technology Officer)
Astronomer Brewer CFO (Chief Financial Officer)
Athletic trainerButcher CDO (Chief Design Officer)
Author Butler CMO (Chief Marketing Officer)
CBDO (Chief Business Development Officer)
Chapman
Chauffeur
Cheesemaker
Chef (also Cook)
Chemical Technologist
Chemist
Chief of police
Chimney sweep
Church usher
Circuit preacher
Civil servant
Civil engineer
Clarinetist
Cleaner
Clerk
Clockmaker
Coach
Coachman
Coast guard
Cobbler
Columnist
Comedian
Compasssmith
Computer programmer
Concierge
Conductor (music)
Constable
Construction engineer
Construction worker
Consul
Consultant
Contractor
Coroner
Correctional officer
Corrector
Cosmonaut
Costermonger
Costume Designer
Courier
Court jester
Court reporter
Cowherd
CPA (Certified Public Accountant)
Craftsman (also Craftswoman)
Creative engineering
Crofter
Cryptographer
Cryptozoologist
Crystallographer
Curator
Currier
Custodian
Customs officer
[edit] See also
D E F G

Dancer Ecologist Falconer Gamekeeper


Database administrator (DBA)
Economist Farmer Game designer
Dentist Editor Farrier Gardener
Deputy (law enforcement) Educationalist Fashion designer Gastroenterologist
Deputy (parliamentary) Educator FBI Agent Gemcutter
Dermatologist Egyptologist Fellmonger Genealogist
Designer Electrical engineer Fence General
Detective Electrician Ferryman Geographer
Diamantaire Elevator mechanic Film director Geologist
Dictator Embalmer Film producer Geometer
Director Engine driver Financial adviser Geophysicist
Disc jockey Engineer Financial managerGovernment agent
Dispatcher Engraver Financier Governor
Distiller Entomologist Fire marshal Grammarian
Diver Entrepreneur Fire Safety OfficerGraphic artist
Dock labourer Environmental scientistFirefighter Graphic Designer
Doctor Ergonomist First Mate Gravedigger
Dog walker Escort Fishmonger Grenadier
Domainer Ethnologist Fisherman Greengrocer
Domestic worker Ethologist Fitter Grocer
Dominatrix Evangelist Flavorist Guardian Ad Litem
Doorman Exchequer Fletcher Guide
Draftsman Executive Flight attendant Guitarist
Dramatist Exotic dancer Flight instructor Gunsmith
Dramaturg Expressman Florist Gynecologist
Draper Exterminator Floor manager
Drayman Extra Fluffer
Dressmaker Flutist
Drill instructor Food critic
Drummer Footballer
Foreman
Fortune teller
Fruiterer
Furrier
Father
Accountant)
tswoman)
H I J K

Haberdasher Illuminator Jailer Karate master


Harpist Illusionist Janitor Kinesiologist
Handyman Illustrator Journalist
Hairdresser Importer Jurist
Harbourmaster Industrial engineer Judge
Harper Industrialist Jockey
Hatter Information Technologist
Hayward Information Designer
Headmaster (also Headmistress)
Inker
Herald Innkeeper
Herder Instructor
Historian Interior designer
Historiographer Interpreter
Hobo Interrogator
Homoeopaths Inventor
Hosier Investigator 
Hotel manager Investment banker
Husbandman Investment broker
Ironmonger
Ironmaster
n Ad Litem Ironworker
L M N

Laborer Magistrate Navigator


Landlord (also Landlady) Magnate Nanny
Laundress (also Lavendar) Maid Négociant
Law enforcement agent Mailman or Mail carrier Negotiator
Lawyer Make-up artist Netmaker
Leadworker Management consultant Newscaster
Leatherer Manager [disambiguation needed] Night auditor
Lecturer Manicurist Notary
Level designer (also Mapper)
Manufacturer Novelist
Librarian Marine Numerologist
Librettist Marine biologist Numismatist
Lifeguard Market gardener Nun
Lighthouse keeper Martial artist Nursemaid
Lighting technician Mason Nurse
Lineman Master of Ceremony (MC)
Linguist Massage Therapist
Loan officer Matador
Lobbyist Mechanic
Locksmith Mechanician
Lumberjack Mediator
Lyricist Medic
Medical biller
Medical Transcriptionist
Mesmerist
Messenger [disambiguation needed]
Milkman (also Milkmaid)
Miller
Miner
Model
Modeller
Moneychanger
Moneylender
Monk
Mortgage broker
Mountaineer
Muralist
Musician
O P Q

Oboist Painter Quilter


Obstetrician Paleontologist
Occupational therapist Paralegal
Odontologist Paramedic
Oncologist Park ranger
Ontologist Parole Officer
Operator Patent attorney
Ophthalmologist Patent examiner
Optician (also Optometrist) Pathologist
Oracle Pawnbroker
Ordinary Seaman Peddler
Organizer [disambiguation needed]
Pediatrician
Ornithologist Pedologist (soil)
Ostler Percussionist
Otorhinolaryngologist Perfumer
Personal Trainer
Pharmacist
Philanthropist
Philologist
Photographer
Physical Therapist
Physician
Physician Assistant
Physicist
Physiognomist
Physiotherapist
Pianist
Piano tuner
Pilot (shipping)
Pilot (aviation)
Pirate
Plumber
Podiatrist
Poet
Police inspector
Politician
Porter [disambiguation needed]
Pornstar
Presenter
President
Press officer
Principal
Printer
Private detective
Probation Officer
Proctologist
Professor
Professional dominant
Programmer
Project Manager
Proofreader
Prostitute
Psychiatrist
Psychodramatist
Psychologist
Public Relations Officer
Public speaker
Publisher
R S T

Radiologist Sailmaker Tailor


Radiographer Sailor Tanner
Real estate broker Sanitation worker Tapicer (also Tapestrymaker, Tapester)
Real estate investor Saucier Tax Collector
Real estate developerSaxophonist Tax Lawyer
Receptionist Sawyer [disambiguation needed]Taxidermist
Record Producer Scientist Taxicab driver
Referee School superintendent Taxonomist
Refuse collector Scout Tea lady
Registrar Screenwriter Teacher
Reporter Scribe (also Scrivener) Technician
Researcher Seamstress Technologist
Respiratory TherapistSecond Mate Technical Writer
Restaurateur Secret service agent Telegraphist (also Telegraph operator)
Retailer Secretary general Telephone operator
Security guard Tennis player
Senator Test developer
SEO (search engine optimizer) Test pilot
Sexologist Thatcher
Sexton Theatre director
Sex worker Therapist
Sheepshearer Thimbler
Sheriff Tiler
Sheriff officer Toolmaker
Shoemaker Torchwood officer
Shop assistant Trademark attorney
Singer Trader
Sleeper Tradesman
Sleuth Trainer (business)
Social worker Transit planner
Socialite Translator
Software engineer Treasurer
Soil scientist Truck Driver
Soldier Turner
Solicitor Tutor
Sommelier Tyler
Sonographer Typist
Sound Engineer
Special agent
Speech therapist
Sportsman
Spy
Statistician
Street artist
Street musician
Stevedore
Street sweeper
Street vendor
Stripper
Structural engineers
Stunt double
Stunt performer
Supervisor
Surveyor
Swimmer
Switchboard operator
System administrator
Systems analyst
U V W X

Undertaker Valet Waiter (also Waitress) Xylophonist


Ufologist Verger Warder [disambiguation needed]
Undercover agentVeterinarian Watchmaker
Underwriter Vibraphonist Weaponsmith
Upholsterer Vicar Weatherman
Urologist Video editor Weaver
Usher Video game developerWeb designer
Vintner Web developer
Violinist Wedding Planner
Violist Welder
Wet nurse
Woodcarver
Wood cutter
ph operator) Wrangler
Winemaker
Writer
Y Z

Yodeler Zookeeper
Zoologist

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