There are at least 79 car makes, past and present, that start with the letter D. The bulk of these makes are foreign, but there are still a number of them — both domestic and foreign — that are still in production and are relatively well-known.
Some vegetables that start with the letter D are daikon, dasheen, dandelion and dill. Daikon is also known as winter radish, and dasheen is sometimes called eddo or taro.
Alcoholic drinks that start with the letter "B" range from common ones, such as beer and brandy, to more complex cocktails, such as a black unicorn and a burning cherry. A great way to try out new cocktails is to pick out a few at a time that start with a specific letter.
How many body parts beginning with the letter “d” can you name right now? The answer may be tricky, especially because you probably haven’t heard of many of them (and you certainly can’t see most of them). With so many internal organs and body parts starting with the letter “d,” you may need some he
Some candy that starts with the letter "D" include Dum Dums lollipops, Dove chocolates, Dots, Daim bars, Dairy Milk by Cadbury, Dagoba organic chocolate, divinity, Dip Dabs, and Dew Drops. Some consider gum to be candy. Dubble Bubble, Dentyne, and Doublemint are all types of gum that start with the
The letter "A" is one of the most popularly used letters in the English language, and some words that begin with it are "aardvark," "abnormal" and "abject." Other words include "area," "atrophy" and "analogy."
Some alcoholic drinks that start with the letter "M" are margarita, martini and mojito. Non-alcoholic drinks that begin with the letter "M" include Mountain Dew, Mug Root Beer, Monster Energy and Minute Maid.
Animal names beginning with "a" include ant, aardvark and anteater. Two prehistoric animals called the ammonite and the ankylosaurus also begin with "a." Animals that live in a region that start with the letter "a" may have that place in their names, such as the Amazon horned frog and the American b
Unleavened bread is a food that starts with the letter U. It is bread made without yeast. Unleavened bread, also known as matzah, is closely associated with the Jewish holy day of Passover.
There are 21 countries in the world that begin with the letter "M." Those countries are: Macau, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, the Marshall Islands, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Mexico, the Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Mon