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Choose the correct definition for each "Leap" word below.  Answers follow the quiz.

 1.  Leaper - a. A person born on Leap Day

a. A person born on Leap Day

b. A tadpole who has just lost his tail

c. A participant in the game of Leap Frog

d. A pole vaulter

 

 2.  Leapette - c. Female Leapean

a. Small hop

b. Household pet born in a leap year

c. Female Leapean

d. Baby rabbit

 

 3.  Leapster - c. Male Leapean

a. Person who is able to slam-dunk a basketball

b. Short for "leap master", the winner of a Leap Frog game

c. Male Leapean

d. Competitor of Napster, an online seller of music

 

 4.  Leapdom - b. www.leapdaybabies.com

a. A kingdom or colony of frogs

b. www.leapdaybabies.com

c. Family with two or more leap day birthdays

d. A high jumping squad

 

 5.  Leapy - a. Another word for a Leap Day Baby

a. Another word for a Leap Day Baby

b. Description of a child who can't stop jumping

c. Name of Billie Joe's per frog

d. Describing one's sense of edginess or jumpiness

 

 6.  Leapling - a. A newborn Leap Day Baby

a. A newborn Leap Day Baby

b. Baby tadpole

c. Baby frog

d. Tree frog who thrives on young sapling trees

 

 7.  Leapness - d. Regarding the essence of one's Leap Day birthday

a. Strength of one's leg muscles, enabling one to leap

b. Degree of gracefulness while leaping

c. Describing how close your birthday is to Leap Day

d. Regarding the essence of one's Leap Day birthday

 

 8.  Leapier - d. Something done by a Leapy is Leapier than that same something done by a non-Leapy

a. A birthday on March 1 is leapier than one on June 14

b. A frog who can leap further than another frog is leapier
c. One who can jump longer than another is leapier

d. Something done by a Leapy is Leapier than that same something done by a non-Leapy

 

 9.  Leapingly - b. Closing for a letter from a Leapy, as in Sincerely

a. How one hops around

b. Closing for a letter from a Leapy, as in Sincerely

c. How to run up the stairs, especially 2 or more at a time

d. How a mother croons to her newborn Leapy

 

10.  Leapest Regards - a. Deeper than Deepest Regards

a. Deeper than Deepest Regards

b. How one honors a Leapy

c. Minimal esteem for another

d. Respect for a broad jumper

 

11.  Leap On - b. It's like saying Right On!

a. How to get on a horse

b. It's like saying Right On!

c. How a Leapy tells an obnoxious person to "get lost"

d. What you would say to a child who wants you to carry him on your back

 

12.  Leapify - c. To make Leap Day oriented

a. A Leapy's word for "liquify"

b. What a Leapy giving a speech does

c. To make Leap Day oriented

d. Change one's birthday to February 29

 

13.  Leapeans - a. People born on Leap Day

a. People born on Leap Day

b. The little people on Wizard of Oz

c. Frogs

d. Champions of Leap Frog games

 

14.  Leap Central - d. Raenell's office (owner of leapdaybabies.com website)

a. Noon on Leap Day

b. Largest lily pad on the pond

c. Starting line for a game of Leap Frog

d. Raenell's office (owner of leapdaybabies.com website)

 

15.  Leapification - c. What happens to those born on Leap Day

a. Magnification

b. Amplification

c. What happens to those born on Leap Day

d. What happens when a Leap Day mother gives birth to a baby on Leap Day (Duplication?).

 

16.  Leapfully - a. As in Respectfully

a. As in Respectfully

b. Another term for Joyfully

c. More than just fully

d. How Snoopy dances

 

17.  Leapitude - d. The attitude of a Leap Day Baby about their Leapness

a. How far a frog leaps

b. How high a frog leaps

c. Special ability of a Leaper

d. The attitude of a Leap Day Baby about their Leapness

 

18.  Leapio - b. Like Ciao or Aloha or Goodbye, See Ya, Leapio!

a. Leapy's jargon like "coolio" or "daddy-o"

b. Like Ciao or Aloha or Goodbye, See Ya, Leapio!

c. Nickname for Julio who was born on Leap Day

d. Video game featuring Mario's friend Leapio

 

19.  Leapcentric - a. One who collects Leap Year oriented items

a. One who collects Leap Year oriented items

b. A Leapy who is snobbish due to his birthdate

c. One who chooses to befriend only those who shares a Leap Day birthday

d. Describing an event that occurs on February 15, the center of Leap month

 

20.  Leaprechaun - c. An Irish Leaper

a. An Irish leprechaun who gets from place to place by leaping

b. A Leaper who dresses in green

c. An Irish Leaper

d. Another name for a green frog

 

21.  Leapophile - a. One who collects Leap Year related items

a. One who collects Leap Year related items

b. One who loves Leapers

c. One who donates to Leap Year causes

d. One who is afraid of Leap Year

 

22.  Leapophilia - c. A fondness for collecting things related to Leap Year

a. Love of Leapers

b. A fascination with Leapers' scarce birthdays

c. A fondness for collecting things related to Leap Year

d. A brother who was born on Leap Day

 

23.  Leapophobia - d. Fear of Leap Day Babies

a. Fear of Leap Day

b. Belief there is something mystical about Leap Day

c. Fear of jumping or leaping

d. Fear of Leap Day Babies

 

24.  Leap-Couple - b. Two Leapies married to each other

a. A pair of contestants in a game of Leap Frog

b. Two Leapies married to each other

c. A pair of contestants in a sack race, who leap together toward the finish line

d. A couple where one was born on Leap Day

 

25.  Leap-Twins - a. Twins born on Leap Day

a. Twins born on Leap Day

b. Twins playing Leap Frog

c. Two people at a costume party each wearing a frog suit

d. Twin frogs

 

26.  Leaptwin - c. A Leaper born the same year as another Leaper, and as close to the same time as possible

a. All Leapers are leaptwins because they all share a February 29 birthday

b. One of a set of twins born on Leap Day

c. A Leaper born the same year as another Leaper, and as close to the same time as possible

d. An endearing name for a child, like "pumpkin" or "peanut"

 

27.  Leapometer - a. How to tell if something is Leapy enough. Leapometer says this quiz is highly Leapified

a. How to tell if something is Leapy enough. Leapometer says this website is highly Leapified

b. A device to measure length of a leap

c. A device to measure height of a leap

d. A special device which measures both length and height of a leap

 

28.  Leapicious - b. Describing something that is good

a. Describing something suspicious

b. Describing something that is good

c. Describing something that is illegal

d. Describing something that is funny

 

29.  Leapist - d. Someone really into their Leapness

a. A therapist born on Leap Day

b. A believer in Leapism

c. One who believes leaping is the best exercise

d. Someone really into their Leapness

 

30.  Leapship - a. A friendship or relationship between 2 Leapies

a. A friendship or relationship between 2 Leapies

b. Leadership of a Leap Day Babies club

c. A ship christened on Leap Day

d. Leading boat in the Leap Year regatta

 

31.  Leapathon - c. A way of looking for Leapies; like having a radio or TV Leapathon announcing the search for people born on February 29

a. An athletic event which includes leaping, high jumping, broad jumping and swimming using the frog stroke

b. A 5-mile race done by leaping, rather than running

c. A way of looking for Leapies; like having a radio or TV Leapathon announcing the search for people born on February 29

d. An event where contestants leap as long as possible, until only one person is left

 

32.  Leapless - a. Anyone not born on February 29

a. Anyone not born on February 29

b. A contestant who has been disqualified from a game of Leap Frog

c. What a tree is in the winter

d. Someone who does not know anyone born on February 29

 

33.  Leapination - a. What in Leapination is that?

a. What in Leapination is that?

b. Nation "born" on Leap Day

c. Act of leaping

d. Naming the King and Queen of the Leap Day Dance

 

34.  Leaparium - c. A chat room for Leapeans

a. An aquarium for frogs

b. A scenic presentation of frog habitats

c. A chat room for Leapeans

d. A store that specializes in Leap Day items

 

35.  Leapicide - d. People who celebrate on Feb 28 and Mar 1 as well as Feb 29

a. Murder of a Leaper

b. Killing of a frog

c. Argument with a Leaper

d. People who celebrate on Feb 28 and Mar 1 as well as Feb 29

 

36.  Leapenvy - d. Jealousy from not being born on February 29

a. Jealousy of someone turning 29 on the 29th of any month

b. Envy of someone who is able to leap higher and/or longer than oneself

c. Being upset that you lost the game of Leap Frog

d. Jealousy from not being born on February 29

 

37.  LeapGram - b. The Grandmother of a Leap Day Baby

a. Telegram received on Leap Day

b. The Grandmother of a Leap Day Baby

c. Special delivery of a Happy Leap Day card

d. Birthday card for a Leapy

 

38.  LeapGramp - a. The Grandfather of a Leap Day Baby

a. The Grandfather of a Leap Day Baby

b. A Grandfather born on Leap Day

c. A Grandfather married to a Leapy

d. A Grandfather who loves to play Leap Frog

 

39.  Leapery - d. Either a. or b. or both

a. Where a Leap Day Baby hangs out, or lives

b. Where Leap Day Babies are born - "Leaplings are born in the Leapery."

c. Frog pond

d. Either a. or b. or both

 

40.  Leapover - c. A sleepover birthday party for a Leap Day Baby (From THE PEACOCK'S PROMISE by Nancy Lucas)

a. What you do in a game of Leap Frog

b. Layover when a Leapy is flying cross country

c. A sleepover birthday party for a Leap Day Baby
d. What you do when you come upon an obstacle

 

41.  Leaptacular - b. Leapy's jargon, as in spectacular

a. A gala Leap Day party

b. Leapy's jargon, as in spectacular

c. A peculiar gift for a Leapy

d. Binoculars given to a Leapy

 

42.  Leaptastic - a. An amazing Leap Year related thing

a. An amazing Leap Year related thing

b. An amazing leap

c. Fantastic

d. Delicious

 

ANSWERS

 

 1.  Leaper - a. A person born on Leap Day

 2.  Leapette - c. Female Leapean

 3.  Leapster - c. Male Leapean

 4.  Leapdom - b. www.leapdaybabies.com

 5.  Leapy - a. Another word for a Leap Day Baby

 6.  Leapling - a. A newborn Leap Day Baby

 7.  Leapness - d. Regarding the essence of one's Leap Day birthday

 8.  Leapier - d. Something done by a Leapy is Leapier than that same something done by a non-Leapy

 9.  Leapingly - b. Closing for a letter from a Leapy, as in Sincerely

10.  Leapest Regards - a. Deeper than Deepest Regards

11.  Leap On - b. It's like saying Right On!

12.  Leapify - c. To make Leap Day oriented

13.  Leapeans - a. People born on Leap Day

14.  Leap Central - d. Raenell's office (owner of leapdaybabies.com website)

15.  Leapification - c. What happens to those born on Leap Day

16.  Leapfully - a. As in Respectfully

17.  Leapitude - d. The attitude of a Leap Day Baby about their Leapness

18.  Leapio - b. Like Ciao or Aloha or Goodbye, See Ya, Leapio!

19.  Leapcentric - a. One who collects Leap Year oriented items

20.  Leaprechaun - c. An Irish Leaper 

21.  Leapophile - a. One who collects Leap Year related items

22.  Leapophilia - c. A fondness for collecting things related to Leap Year

23.  Leapophobia - d. Fear of Leap Day Babies

24.  Leap-Couple - b. Two Leapies married to each other

25.  Leap-Twins - a. Twins born on Leap Day

26.  Leaptwin - c. A Leaper born the same year as another Leaper, and as close to the same time as possible

27.  Leapometer - a. How to tell if something is Leapy enough. Leapometer says this quiz is highly Leapified

28.  Leapicious - b. Describing something that is good

29.  Leapist - d. Someone really into their Leapness

30.  Leapship - a. A friendship or relationship between 2 Leapies

31.  Leapathon - c. A way of looking for Leapies; like having a radio or TV Leapathon announcing the search for people born on February 29

32.  Leapless - a. Anyone not born on February 29

33.  Leapination - a. What in Leapination is that?

34.  Leaparium - c. A chat room for Leapeans

35.  Leapicide - d. People who celebrate on Feb 28 and Mar 1 as well as Feb 29

36.  Leapenvy - d. Jealousy from not being born on February 29

37.  LeapGram - b. The Grandmother of a Leap Day Baby

38.  LeapGramp - a. The Grandfather of a Leap Day Baby

39.  Leapery - d. Either a. or b. or both

40.  Leapover - c. A sleepover birthday party for a Leap Day Baby (From THE PEACOCK'S PROMISE by Nancy Lucas)

41.  Leaptacular - b. Leapy's jargon, as in spectacular

42.  Leaptastic - a. An amazing Leap Year related thing

 

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