Number 4 in Trivia

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The 4th wedding anniversary is traditionally named fruit (or flowers, books) anniversary. Modernly, it may be replaced by appliances (or blue topaz).


The number of the U.S. states whose names have double letters “nn”: Connecticut, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.


The number of main lines on a palm, according to palmistry or chiromancy: life line, head line, heart line and Saturn line.


Pack of soft drink cans or bottles: 4, 6, 12, 18, 20, 24, 30 or 36.


The most popular number of wheels of an automobile is 4. The second most popular number is 3.


The popular 4” photo print is of the size 4”×6”.


The number of the U.S. state names starting with the word “New”: New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico and New York.


The number of English vowels that are on the first letter row in the English language keyboard: E, U, I and O. No vowel A.


Four Seasons, name of a popular chain of hotels.


“4-way STOP” traffic sign.


The first 4-way STOP sign was used in the state of Michigan.


The number of letters in the word “four”, the only number in English that its value is equal to the number of its letters. (A honest number, too).


The number to replace the letters or word “for” in slang English


The maximum number of vowel (I) and of consonant (S) in a U.S. state name: Mississippi. (The only English word with one vowel (i) occurring 6 times is “indivisibility”.)


The maximum number of letters, which can be removed from the end of an English word that is still pronounced the same: “queue” and “q”. This is the only such word in English.


The number of popular/common English words ending with 4 letters “dous”: hazardous, horrendous, stupendous and tremendous.


The number of fingers on each hand of Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse.


TV Screen Aspect ratios: Regular [4:3] (for "Pan & Scan" or "Letterbox") and Widescreen [16:9].


Ancient Chinese astrologers divided the night sky into 31 regions, namely “Three Enclosures” (Tam Viên) and “Twenty-Eight Mansions” (Nhị Thập Bát Tú). These mansions are grouped by four 7-mansion symbols for four directions: Azure Dragon of the East, Black Tortoise of the North, White Tiger of the West and Vermillion Bird of the South.


Morse code for number 4 is 4 dots and 1 dash [ . . . . _ ]

Flag semaphore signal for number 4 is that of letter D.