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I am thinking of a word. You may ask any question, but I will only answer questions that do not require me to give any similar or related words unless they are already within this topic, this post not included.

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If the word were “Mane”

Question: “Is it found on any animals? If so what animals?”

Answer:“Yes. I cannot say” or [lion has not been said, horse has] “Horses” [lion and horse have been said] “Lions and horses.”

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Parts of it are.

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Is it a plant?

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It is a specific plant.

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Is it completely green?

If not, is any of it green?

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Parts of it can be green. If you Google image it, most pictures of the entire plant will have green parts, and one part not.

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Is it a type of flower?

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Yes.

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Any questions or guesses?

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Does it have red on it?

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Part of it is a certain shade of red.

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does its name describe its use or function? (E.g. venus fly trap...eats flies)

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No, but its name is used in products.

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olive?

aloe?

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Nein! Niet!

Next!

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Does the name start with a or e?

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It starts with an "A".

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Adonis Annua

Agastache Cana

Alonsoa

Amaryllis

Angelica

Anomatheca Laxa

Anthyllis

Aquilegia

Arisaema

Aristolochia

Astrantia

Azalea (Apparently, they can be red)

That's all the flowers that begin with A that were red in the photos that I could find.

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Sorry, no dice.

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so a flower that starts with "a" with three vowels and green/red

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Is the name less than 6 letters long?

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You can ask more than yes/no questions, such as:

How many letters does it contain?

The answer:

It is 8 letters long.

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Anyone?

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What animals eat this plant?

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what continent is it indigenous to?

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Other than humans, I know of no specific animals that may eat it.

Most, if not all, species have originated from the Americas.

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