The word "quorum" which means the voice of the majority. The letters signifying the Roman Empire's government were "SPQR".
there is none, but you might be thinking of an aqueduct. Correction: there are many Roman "things" that start with Q. Here are some: quadra--a square, quadrans, a coin, quadrigae, a racing chariot, quaestor, a treasury official, qualus, as wicker basket, quercus, the military crown of oak leaves, and quirites, the formal connotation of Roman citizens. There are many more.
Yes there is. Go with quod, why.
There are no Japanese words that start with "Q," as "Q" does not exist in Japanese.
there is NO words that start with q for ancent Egypt called "qemau"
Quetzal (a bird)
There are none, the ancient greek alphabet had no direct equivalent for Q or U. (By the way, you can find WikiAnswers but not Yahoo Answers?)
Quadrangle, quail, quarry, quarter, quartz and a quill are things. They begin with the letter q.
I don't know see we have to this school project on a state i choose Tennessee and i cant find any thing that starts with Q (its called ABC's of your state)
Qatar participated in the 2012 Olympics
· Quamba is a city in Minnesota
The quail is a bird seen.
Q isn't a number in Roman Numerals, but if you mean "What is q in the Roman Alphabet?", then I don't know.
a word or phrase that has to do with Egypt that starts with a "Q"
no there is no word that starts with q
queso - cheese quesadilla - cheesy sandwich type thing.
No there is not a city in kansas that starts with the letter Q
Queue starts with 'q' and ends with 'e'.