Cloud minders quiz
The objective of this test is to verify the language recognition of meteorological terminology.
Lead in :
Clouds names are based on appearance.
Latin is the root word. For example, “Semper fi” means “always faithful” in English.
“Cumulus” means a clumpy pile.
“Stratus” means a layer and blanket.
and “Cirrus” means fringe hair.
“Nimbus” is what a cloud does! It rains or mists.
“Alto” means high.
1.) “Cumulonimbus” is a…
~raining mountain of a cloud
~something Toyota makes
~painting of a cloud
2.) “Nimbostratus” is a..
~wet blanket rain cloud
3.) “Alto-stratus” is a…
~High layer blanket of a cloud
~a song by Jason Mraz
4.) Cirrostratus is a…
~hair thin blanket layer of cloud
5.) A contrail cloud is…
~short for “condensation trail” of clouds
~a ground cloud
~the opposite of a pro-cloud
~a man-made cloud
Once you understand the meaning of these weird Latin words, you can build new words with them. “Cirrostratus” is a hair-thin blanket of cloud cover. Latin, being a visually based language makes it fun. Neat huh? Be well, Bene!
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