13 Hardest Enigma Puzzles

Here is 13 Hardest Enigma Puzzles with Answers. All the Enigmas are difficult to solve, Classic and Old time. Try if you are genius.

13 Hardest Enigma Puzzles
13 Hardest Enigma Puzzles


Here are the 13 Hardest Enigma Puzzles, If you can solve all the 13 Enigmas your a TRUE GENIUS.

All the answers are below


1 A word of one syllable, easy and short,

Which reads backwards and forwards the same ;

It expresses the sentiments warm from the heart,

And to beauty lays principal claim.



2 A word there is five syllables contains,

Take one away, no syllable remains.



3 Places of trust I oft obtain,

And protect the house from vermin

I act as shepherd on the plain,

And at fairs I’m shown for learning :

In northern climes a horse I’m seen,

And a roasting-jack I, too, have been ;

Strange as it seems, it’s no less true,

That I eat on four legs, and beg on two.


4 Soon as I’m made I’m sought with care ;

For one whole year consulted ;

That time elapsed, I’m thrown aside,

Neglected and insulted.


5 The beginning of eternity,

The end of time and space

The beginning of every end,

And end of every place.


Here is 100 Riddles with answers 

6 A man once launched a vessel large,

And live stock, too, he took in charge;

He did not barter, buy, nor sell ;

Whichever wind blew pleased as well

He sailed at random, was to no port bound,

His only wish was soon to run aground.


7 I’m slain to be saved, with much ado and pain,

Scattered, dispersed, and gathered up again,

Withered, though young ; sweet, yet unperfumed,

And carefully laid up to be consumed.


8  What pleases in the air,

and what a horse does not like,

gives the name of a flower.



9 Half a carman, and a whole country,

will form the name of a beautiful flower.



 What is the longest and yet the shortest thing in the world,—the swiftest and yet the slowest,—the most divisible and the most extended,—the least valued and most regretted,—without which nothing can be done,—which devours everything, however small, and yet gives life and spirits to every object, however great ?



11 What is that we receive without being thankful for,

which we enjoy without knowing how we receive it,

which we give away to others, without knowing where it is to be found,

and which we lose without being conscious of our loss


12 There is a thing was three weeks old,

When Adam was no more;

This thing it was but four weeks old,

When Adam was fourscore.


13 I’m found in loss, but not in gain,

If you search there ’twill be in vain ;

I’m found in hour, but not in day;

What I am, perhaps you now can say.


1. The eye.

2. Monosyllable.

3. A dog.

4. An almanack.

5. Letter E.

6. Noah in the Ark.

7. Hay.

8. Lark-spur.

9. Car-nation.

10. Time.

11. Life.

12. The moon.

13. Letter 0.

So how many answers have you got right?

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Solving possibilities of the enigma puzzles 


Educational possibilities

The educational possibilities of the riddle are manifold. By means of riddles, they form a love for folk art, native language, living, figurative and precise words, introduce the child into the world of folk poetry, giving him aesthetic pleasure.

The mystery takes a special place in the work on the development of the thinking of children. The riddle “provides the child’s mind with a useful exercise.” Solving riddles is a kind of gymnastics for a child, mobilizing his mental strength. To guess the riddle, you need to carefully observe life, recall what you have seen, compare, contrast phenomena, mentally dismember them, highlighting the necessary sides each time, combine, synthesize what was found. Guessing riddles develops resourcefulness, ingenuity, quick reaction, develops mental activity, independence, the habit of making a deeper understanding of the world.

Children like to guess riddles. Their joy is both the process and the result of this kind of mental competition. Guessing riddles hones and disciplines the mind, teaching children to have clear logic, reasoning and proof. Solving riddles develops the ability to analyze, generalize, forms the ability to independently draw conclusions, inferences.
Riddles are full of cognitive meaning.

Logical possibilities 

They arouse the child’s interest in the world of things and phenomena. “The objectivity, concreteness of the riddle, its focus on the details of life make the riddle an excellent method of didactic influence on the child’s mind.” The riddle poses questions to the child: where from? what is made of what? what serves what?

She puts the object in front of the child with one or the other facet, then stops attention on the external appearance, then indicates the essence of the object, its purpose. Riddle Small bird, steel nose, and linen tail indicates signs of the appearance of a needle and thread – size (small bird) and the material from which the objects are made (steel nose and linen tail).

Each group of riddles, depending on their theme, contains a wide range of information about the world around.
This makes it possible to use riddles for the development of children’s observation skills, consolidation of knowledge about the signs of objects, about the connections between phenomena in the world around them.

In riddles about household items, about tools of labor, it is indicated that the object is characteristic in appearance: Two rings, two ends, a nail in the middle and that through (scissors); on what the object is made of: Glass fields, wooden borders (window frame) – it is said about the purpose of the object: I have no legs, but I walk, I have no mouth, but I will tell you when to sleep, when to get up, when to start work (hours). Some riddles show the subject in action: Bows, bows, comes home – stretches out (ax).

Riddles about the means of transportation also indicate the peculiarities of the appearance, in addition, the speed and method of movement of the object, the peculiarities of sound: Flies like an arrow, buzzes like a bee (plane); Early in the morning there was a knock outside the window, and ringing, and commotion. Red houses (trams) run along straight steel tracks.

Riddles about animals can tell children a lot. About their size: A small ball fumbles under the bench (mouse); about body parts: With a beard, not an old man, with horns, not a bull, with fluff, not a bird (goaat); on the shape, length of legs, ears, tail: Crochet tail, nose with a piglet (pig); Cross-eyed, small in a white fur coat, in felt boots (hare); about the color of the animal: White mansions, red supports (goose).

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