It’s another linguistically infused crack of dawn
Where dream’s interrupted by the presence of word
Questions looming, high to
That portion of the brain
Where simply thought suffices urge
Are there any words that end in Q?
With a quick bit of research, I came to find:
DEFINED AS SUCH:
Suq, (var. souk) pronounced shook or sook, variant by the tongue, is a noun, a word to describe an open-air place of trade, as one could expect to see, in certain Muslim oriented tracts of land.
Talaq, is another word, derived from the Muslim speech, where it describes a method for divorce, according to Islamic Law
Tranq, is a shortened form for tranquilizer
Tsaddig/tzaddiq- a Hebrew term for a spiritual leader
Umiaq, is a boat made of stretched animal skins as such created by the Inuit people.
Then, to take this question a bit deeper, one would find there are names of people and places to which concludes the nouns. They are:
As seen in Inupiaq, a group of Eskimos, and the term for the language that they use
Or in Mi’kmaq, a variation of Micmac, a group of Native Americans that live, primarily in the provinces of Canada
And then Zia ul-Haq, a famous, sort of, Pakistani president, who was in power from 1978 to 1988
Last but not least, if we dig a little more, uncover some Abbreviations we will find.
UNQ, the shorthand form for Unnilquadium, a word of Chemistry and/or Physics, to indicate the provisional name, given to the transuranic element using Atomic # 104.
GHQ or General Headquarters
GQ, or Gentleman’s Quarterly, an American Men’s magazine
And then, finally, we will see, CQ, which are the letters that do appear, at the start of radio broadcasts that are intended for all receivers to hear.
And so the brain was momentarily satisfied, and, allowed I was then, to close my eyes, and dream of lingual thoughts, which some may claim to be, in such a place, the voice of the unconsciousness, elicited through the somewhat coy sounds of clouds-at-hand.