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dagnabit

17th January 2013, 18:41
1d) PANGEN = pan + Gen(esis)
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ab

17th January 2013, 18:42
Criticise opening book of OT revealing early practice in Eden

Numbers (Num) is one of the opening books (4th) of the OT. Could "dis" be criticise? (usually diss) Nu dis m?
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trevor

17th January 2013, 18:42
dun?
from d'un?
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ab

17th January 2013, 18:44
My Chambers gives "dis- see diss" so nudism looks kosher?
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mamya

17th January 2013, 18:45
yes and 'opening' is an insertion indicator
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rossim

17th January 2013, 18:48
A dun is one who nags for money. Dun is the name given to some brown horses.
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ab

17th January 2013, 18:49
And yet, post 3 had me convinced that Pangen was right, but pangen is in Chambers as "a hypothetical unit of living matter" which doesn't seem to fit the clue.
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felixstowe

18th January 2013, 08:00
Could someone explain "gunnera" - perhaps I'm just dense! The "gun-" and "-n-" are OK but "-era" ?? and FSB ??
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jazzgirl

18th January 2013, 08:10
F,s,b, follow e.r.a. alphabetically
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malone

18th January 2013, 08:11
You haven't given the 'gunnera' clue, but I saw this answered earlier. The letters in 'era' are followed, alphabetically, by 'fsb'.
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