Where did Hercules kill the lion crossword?

Where did Hercules kill the lion crossword?

The crossword clue Where Hercules killed the lion. with 5 letters was last seen on the January 01, 1954….Where Hercules Killed The Lion. Crossword Clue.

Rank Word Clue
95% NEMEA Where Hercules killed the lion.
3% TAMER Lion ___
3% CRETE Island where Hercules captured a bull
3% NEMEAN The ___ lion, killed by Hercules.

What is the home of Hercules Lion?

We found 1 solutions for Home Of Hercules’s Lion . The most likely answer for the clue is NEMEA.

What is a salamander crossword clue?

All Crossword-Answers for: Salamander

Clue Answer Letters
Salamander NEWT 4
Salamander EVET 4
Salamander SIREN 5
Salamander LIZARD 6

What is an old apple spray?

We have 1 answer for the crossword clue Old apple spray. Possible Answers: ALAR.

Who is Lena of Chocolat?

actress lena of chocolat
Johnny of ‘Chocolat’
Juliette of “Chocolat”

What’s another word for salamander?

synonyms for salamander

  • frog.
  • toad.
  • caecilian.
  • caudate.
  • hyla.
  • newt.
  • proteus.

What is a New York tribe?

ONEIDAS. A tribe of Indians formerly inhabiting the region near Oneida Lake in the State of New York, and forming part of the Five Nations. Remnants of the tribe now live in New York, Canada, and Wisconsin.

Who is the author of Maude?

You can easily improve your search by specifying the number of letters in the answer….Arthur Of “Maude” Crossword Clue.

Rank Word Clue
3% MAUDE Bea Arthur series
3% LIZA Minnelli of “Arthur”
3% BEAARTHUR Co-star of TV’s ‘Maude’
3% AIRPORT Novel by Arthur Hailey

What is the name of a Hindu teacher?

Hindu teachers are called gurus. In Sanskrit, the ancient language of Hinduism, the word ‘guru’ has a number of ambiguous connotations, including…

What is the opposite of a salamander?

A salamander’s hind legs grow more slowly than its front legs. (Frogs and toads are just the opposite: their hind legs grow more quickly than their front legs.) All four legs on a salamander are so short that its belly drags on the ground.

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