- Ginbot: ninth month of the Ethiopian calendar, from May 9 to June 7. Tragically it's not the name of a giant gin-powered robot, but if anyone wants to build one of those (or squeeze one into the next Transformers movie), you have my full support.
- Khrums: eighth month of the Tibetan calendar of Kalacakratantra. Nothing to do with biscuits, sadly.
- Hwt-hwr: third month of the Middle Kingdom Egyptian calendar. Not sure how it's pronounced: perhaps you're meant to clear your throat loudly and hope for the best.
- Pashons: ninth month of the Coptic calendar, from May 9 to June 7. Same month as Ginbot, different groovy name!
- Ogronn: fifth month of the Gaulish calendar, roughly analogous to February/March. Nothing to do with ugly aliens who do the Daleks dirty work.
- Tititl: 18th month of the Aztec Xiuhpohualli calendar. Apparently the name means "Stretching for Growth", which sounds like a yoga workout DVD.
- Megabit: seventh month of the Ethiopian calendar (again), from March 10 to April 8. The Ethiopian calendar certainly seems to have all the coolest names for months: there's also one called Yekatit!
- Eth: from the Bulgar calendar, but oh dear, I seem to have made a mistake. This is NOT actually the name of a month, but the name of a year. Curse my sloppy late-night Wikiresearch skills! I only hope you can forgive me and we can move on in an atmosphere of trust and forgiveness...
And if you didn't do the quiz, don't worry. Here is a tiny pig with wellies on instead.