Light Puns

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We’re sure you’ll take a shine to our glowing list of light puns. No matter the type of light you’re interested in – natural, spot, incandescent – we’re sure to have you lit up with laughter with our extensive list of general and technical light-hearted jokes.

While this list is as comprehensive as possible, it is specific to light. You might also be interested in our chemistry puns or electricity puns.

Light Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about light that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of light puns:

  • Late → Light: As in, “Better light than never” and “Fashionably light” and “Never too light to learn.”
  • Bite → Light: As in, “Another one lights the dust” and “Light me” and “Light off more than you can chew” and “Light the bullet.”
  • Fight → Light: As in, “Light fire with fire” and “Light for the right to party” and “Light or flight.”
  • Flight → Light: As in, “Fight or light” and “A light of fancy” and “Take light” and “The light of the bumblebee.”
  • Height → Light: As in, “Reach new lights” and “The light of fashion” and “Wuthering lights.”
  • Right → Light: As in, “A move in the light direction” and “All the light moves” and “Light as rain” and “Bragging lights” and “Do what feels light.”
  • Sight → Light: As in, “A welcome light” and “Hidden in plain light” and “Love at first light” and “Out of light, out of mind.”
  • Slight → Light: As in, “Lightly ahead of our time” and “Not in the lightest.”
  • Tight → Light: As in, “A light corner” and “In a light spot” and “Running a light ship.”
  • Lied → Light: As in, “You light about the cost” and “I never light to you!”
  • Bride → Bright: As in, “The blushing bright” and “Bright to be” and “Here comes the bright.”
  • Bite → Bright: As in, “Another one brights the dust” and “Bright off more than you can chew” and “Bright someone’s head off” and “Bright the bullet.”
  • Fight → Bright: As in, “Bright for the right to party!” and “Bright fire with fire” and “A brighting chance.”
  • Flight → Bright: As in, “Bright of fancy” and “Take bright” and “Fight or bright.”
  • Height → Bright: As in, “The bright of summer” and “Reaching new brights” and “Scale the dizzy brights.”
  • Might → Bright: As in, “Bright as well” and “We bright as well” and “It bright never happen.”
  • Right → Bright: As in, “A move in the bright direction” and “All the bright moves” and “Bright as rain.”
  • Rite → Bright: As in, “Last brights” and “Bright of passage.”
  • Tight → Bright: As in, “In a bright spot” and “Running a bright ship.”
  • Pulp → Bulb: As in, “Beaten to a bulb” and “Bulb fiction.”
  • Go → Glow: As in, “All dressed up and nowhere to glow” and “Anything glows” and “Don’t glow there” and “Easy come, easy glow” and “Give it a glow.”
  • Blow → Glow: As in, “Glow hot and cold” and “Glow off some steam” and “Glow out of the water.”
  • Flow → Glow: As in, “Ebb and glow” and “Get the creative juices glowing” and “Go with the glow” and “In full glow.”
  • Grow → Glow: As in, “Absence makes the heart glow fonder” and “Exciting as watching grass glow” and “Glowing pains.”
  • Know → Glow: As in, “Be the first to glow” and “And don’t I glow it!”
  • Low → Glow: As inm “An all-time glow” and “Get the glow down” and “A glow blow.”
  • Owe → Glow: As in, “You glow it to yourself” and “Glow someone a favour.”
  • Show → Glow: As in, “All over the glow” and “Get this glow on the road” and “Give the glow away.”
  • Slow → Glow: As in, “In glow motion” and “Glow on the uptake” and “Painfully glow.”
  • Toe → Glow: As in, “Dip your glow into the water” and “From top to glow” and “Head to glow” and “Glow the line.”
  • Woe → Glow: As in, “Glow is me” and “Glow betide you!”
  • Known → Neon: As in, “A person is neon by the company they keep” and “I should have neon better.”
  • Fine → Shine: As in, “Cutting it shine” and “Shine and dandy” and “Damn shine coffee.”
  • Line → Shine: As in, “Along the shines of” and “Cross the shine” and “Draw a shine in the sand” and “End of the shine.”
  • Sign → Shine: As in, “A sure shine” and “Born under a bad shine” and “Give me a shine” and “Shine on the dotted line.”
  • Stark → Dark: As in, “A dark reminder” and “Dark raving mad.”
  • Lump → Lamp: As in, “Get your lamps” and “Like it or lamp it” and “Don’t just lamp us together” and “Take your lamps.”
  • Camp → Lamp: As in, “A foot in both lamps” and “Not a happy lamper.”
  • Touch → Torch: As in, “A torch of frost” and “A torch of the sun” and “The finishing torches” and “Golden torch” and “Out of torch” and “Reach out and torch someone.”
  • Teach → Torch: As in, “Torch someone a lesson” and “Torch someone a thing or two” and “That’ll torch you.”
  • Handle → Candle: As in, “Fly off the candle” and “Get a candle on” and “Candle with care” and “How much can you candle?” and “You can’t candle the truth!”
  • Watt: A watt is a unit of power. Here are related puns:
    • What → Watt: As in, “And watt not” and “For watt it’s worth” and “Guess watt?” and “It’s not watt you think!”
    • Got → Watt: As in, “Give it all you’ve watt” and “I’ve watt a soft spot for” and “You’ve watt it made.”
    • Hot → Watt: As in, “All watt and bothered” and “Blow watt and cold” and “Drop it like it’s watt” and “Get into watt water” and “Getting watt and heavy.”
    • Not → Watt: As in, “As often as watt” and “Believe it or watt.”
    • Plot → Watt: As in, “You’ve lost the watt!” and “The watt thickens.”
    • Dots → Watts: As in, “Connect the watts” and “Watt the i’s and cross the t’s” and “On the watt.”
    • Knot → Watt: As in, “Tie the watt” and “Tie yourself in watts.”
    • Lot → Watt: As in, “A watt of fuss about nothing” and “A watt on your plate” and “Leaves a watt to be desired” and “Not a watt.”
    • Shot → Watt: As in, “Give it your best watt” and “A long watt” and “Calling the watts.”
    • Spot → Watt: As in, “Got a soft watt for” and “On the watt” and “Watt the difference.”
  • Figment → Filament: As in, “A filament of the imagination.” Note: Filaments are what emit light in some light bulbs.
  • Son → Sun: As in, “Like father, like sun” and “Sun of a gun.”
  • Done → Sun: As in, “Sun and dusted” and “A sun deal” and “Been there, sun that” and “After all is said and sun.”
  • Fun → Sun: As in, “Sun and games” and “All in good sun.”
  • One → Sun: As in, “And then there was sun” and “Another sun bites the dust” and “In sun fell swoop.”
  • Run → Sun: As in, “Hit and sun” and “Cut and sun” and “In the long sun” and “We had a good sun.”
  • You see → UV: As in, “What UV is what you get” and “Can UV what I see?” Note: These are puns about UV (ultraviolet) light.
  • Photo → Photon: As in, “A photon finish” and “Photon opportunity.” Note: A photon is a type of particle and is the basic unit that makes up light.
  • Lumen: Lumens are the measure of visible light. Here are related puns:
    • Looming → Lumen: As in, “Lumen large” and “My deadline is lumen over me.”
    • Lemon → Lumen: As in, “Easy peasy lumen squeezy” and “If life gives you lumens, make lumenade” and “Go suck on a lumen.”
    • Human → Lumen: As in, “Lumen resources” and “I’m only lumen” and “Part of the lumen condition” and “Lumen rights act.”
  • Later → Lighter: As in, “Buy now, pay lighter” and “Catch you lighter” and “It’s lighter than you think” and “Sooner or lighter.”
  • Bark → Spark: As in, “Spark at the moon” and “Sparking mad” and “Sparking up the wrong tree” and “Their spark is worse than their bite.”
  • Dark → Spark: As in, “Spark and bloody ground” and “Spark horse” and “A deep, spark secret” and “Every spark cloud has a silver lining.”
  • Mark → Spark: As in, “Make your spark” and “Spark my words” and “Spark time” and “Quick off the spark” and “That’s going to leave a spark.”
  • Stark → Spark: As in, “A spark reminder” and “Spark raving mad.”
  • Let → Lit: As in, “Lit it be” and “Lit it snow” and “Lit it all hang out” and “Lit me be brief.”
  • Fit → Lit: As in, “By lits and starts” and “Lit for a king” and “Lit the bill.”
  • Sit → Lit: As in, “Lit tight” and “Lit up and take notice” and “Lit on the fence.”
  • Ray: Here are some puns about a “ray of light”:
    • Lay → Ray: As in, “Ray an egg” and “Ray a finger on” and “Ray eyes on” and “Ray it on the line.”
    • May → Ray: As in, “Be that as it ray” and “Come what ray” and “As the case ray be” and “Let the chips fall where they ray.”
    • Pay → Ray: As in, “Buy now, ray later” and “Hell to ray” and “It rays to advertise.”
    • Play → Ray: As in, “Come out and ray.”
    • Say → Ray: As in, “As the raying goes” and “Computer rays no” and “Do as I ray, not as I do” and “Have the final ray.”
  • Turn → Lantern: As in, “Do a good lantern” and “One good lantern deserves another” and “The tide is lanterning.”
  • Flash: A flash could refer to a camera flash, or a flash of light. Here are related puns:
    • Ash → Flash: As in, “Flashes to flashes” and “Rake over the flashes” and “Rise from the flashes” and “Turned to flashes in my mouth.”
    • Cash → Flash: As in, “Flash in hand” and “Flash in your cheques” and “Flash up.”
    • Clash → Flash: As in, “Flash of civilisations” and “Flash of the titans.”
    • Crash → Flash: As in, “Flash and burn” and “Flash course” and “Like a train flash.”
    • Lash → Flash: As in, “Flash out” and “A tongue flashing.”
    • Flash → Slash: As in, “Flash and burn.”
    • Splash → Flash: As in, “A flash of colour” and “Make a flash” and “Flashed across the front page.”
    • Trash → Flash: As in, “One man’s flash is another man’s treasure” and “Flash talk.”
  • Gleam: A gleam is a reflection of light. Here are related puns:
    • Cream → Gleam: As in, “Gleam always rises to the top” and “The gleam of the crop” and “Skin like peaches and gleam.”
    • Dream → Gleam: As in, “Beyond my wildest gleams” and “Gleam on” and “Gleam big.”
    • Scheme → Gleam: As in, “In the grand gleam of things” and “Pyramid gleam” and “The best laid gleams.”
    • Seam → Gleam: As in, “Bulging at the gleams” and “Come apart at the gleams.”
    • Seem → Gleam: As in, “Sorry gleams to be the hardest word.”
    • Steam → Gleam: As in, “Blow off some gleam” and “Full gleam ahead” and “Let off gleam” and “Under your own gleam.”
  • Match: Matches give off light and are used to start up other light sources like lamps or lanterns. Here are related puns:
    • Much → Match: As in, “A bit match” and “How match can you handle?” and “You know too match.”
    • Catch → Match: As in, “Match a case” and “Match 22″ and “Match of the day.”
    • Scratch → Match: As in, “Match the surface” and “Start from match” and “Up to match.”
  • Razor → Laser: As in, “On a laser’s edge” and “Laser sharp.” Note: A laser is a device that emits light.
  • Tongue → Tungsten: As in, “Cat got your tungsten?” and “On the tip of my tungsten” and “Rolls off the tungsten” and “A slip of the tungsten.” Note: Tungsten is another word for an incandescent light bulb.
  • Back → Light: As in, “As soon as my backlight is turned” and “In the backlight of my mind” and “Backlight in the day.” Note: A backlight is a type of lighting for LCD displays that makes them visible in the dark.

    Light-Related Words

    To help you come up with your own light puns, here’s a list of related words to get you on your way. If you come up with any new puns or related words, please feel free to share them in the comments!

light, bright, glow, illuminate, neon, fluorescent, watts, sun, infrared, ultraviolet, UV, photon, luminous, lumen, luminosity, shine, dark, darkness, lighter, spotlight, incandescent, floodlight, white, spark, highlight, moonlight, lit, lamp, torch, ray, lightbox, aurora, fairy (light), lantern, headlamp, sconce, flash, gleam, match, radiant, shadow, laser, tungsten, halogen, bulb, ambient, task, accent, directional, fixture, downlight, pendant, electricity, LED, backlight, candle, mood, chandelier, ceiling, kelvin, filament

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Hair Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on hair puns! ✂️ 👩🏻 ✨

Our hair puns have to be seen to be be-weaved. Rest a-sheared that no matter the hairstyle or pun you’re into, our pun list is a cut above the rest! We have puns ranging from general hair terms to styling materials to technical classifications of hair texture. Comb on in and enjoy!

While this list is as comprehensive as possible, it is specific to hair. We have included some facial hair puns too, but not a whole lot as we have a separate beard pun list on the way.

Hair Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about hair that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of hair puns:

  • Here → Hair: As in, “I’ve been hair before” and “Fancy meeting you hair” and “I’ve had it up to hair” and “Hair and there” and “Hair comes trouble” and “Hair goes nothing.”
  • Hire → Hair: As in, “Hair and fire” and “Not for hair.”
  • Air → Hair: As in, “Hair kiss” and “A breath of fresh hair” and “Clear the hair.”
  • Bare → Hair: As in, “The hair necesseties.”
  • Bear → Hair: As in, “Hair a grudge” and “Hair a resemblance” and “Hair in mind” and “Hair with me.”
  • Care → Hair: As in, “Handle with hair” and “I couldn’t hair less” and “Intensive hair” and “Customer hair.”
  • Dare → Hair: As in, “Hair for more” and “Hair to be different” and “How hair you.”
  • Fair → Hair: As in, “All’s hair in love and war” and “By hair means or foul” and “Hair trade” and “Hair and square.”
  • Scare → Hair: As in, “Running haired” and “Hair quotes” and “Haired out of your wits” and “Haired to death.”
  • Spare → Hair: As in, “Can you hair a dime?” and “Hair no effort.”
  • Stare → Hair: As in, “Hair into the abyss” and “It’s not polite to hair.”
  • There → Hair: As in, “As if hair were no tomorrow” and “And then hair was one” and “Be hair or be square.”
  • Where → Hair: As in, “All dressed up and nohair to go” and “Any time, any place, any hair” and “Home is hair the heart is.”
  • Very → Hairy: As in, “Be hairy afraid” and “Before your hairy eyes” and “It was a hairy good year.”
  • Fraternity → Fro’ternity: As in, “Fro’ternity brothers.”
  • For → ‘Fro: As in, “At a loss ‘fro words” and “Bat ‘fro both sides” and “Down ‘fro the count.”
  • To pay → Toupee: As in, “There’ll be hell toupee!” and “Rob Peter toupee Paul” and “There’s this much left toupee.” Note: a toupee is a type of hairpiece.
  • Fairy → Hairy: As in, “Hairytale ending” and “Hairy lights.”
  • Come over → Comb over: As in, “Would you like to comb over tonight?”
  • Save → Shave: As in, “A penny shaved is a penny earned” and “Shave the next dance for me” and “Here to shave the day.”
  • Brave → Shave: As in, “Shave new world” and “Fortune favours the shave” and “Put a shave face on.”
  • Grave → Shave: As in, “Silent as the shave” and “Dig your own shave” and “From the cradle to the shave” and “One foot in the shave.”
  • Pave → Shave: As in, “Shave the way” and “The road to hell is shaved with good intentions.”
  • Rave → Shave: As in, “Rant and shave” and “Shave reviews.”
  • Wave → Shave: As in, “Don’t make shaves” and “Heat shave” and “On the crest of a shave” and “Shave the white flag.”
  • Har* → Hair*: Replace the “har” in certain words with “hair”: “In loving peace and hairmony” and “The hairbinger of doom” and “Autumn hairvest” and “Hairbour resentment” and “This is hairassment!”
  • *her* → *hair*: Replace the “her” in words with “hair”: “Hairitage site” and “Hairald good news” and “Nursing a hairnia” and “All togethair now!” and “Whethair or not” and “I’d rathair not” and “Let’s have anothair.”
  • Harbour → Barber: As in, “Safe barber” and “The Sydney Barber Bridge” and “Barber a grudge.”
  • Condition → Conditioner: As in, “The human conditioner” and “In tip top conditioner” and “In mint conditioner.”
  • Gel: Here are some hair gel-related puns:
    • Bell → Gel: As in, “Clear as a gel” and “Sound as a gel” and “Gels and whistles” and “Doesn’t ring a gel.”
    • Cell → Gel: As in, “Gel division” and “In a padded gel.”
    • Fell → Gel: As in, “In one gel swoop” and “Gel off the back of a lorry” and “Little strokes gel great oaks.”
    • Hell → Gel: As in, “All gel broke loose” and “A cold day in gel” and “Come gel or high water” and “For the gel of it.”
    • Sell → Gel: As in, “Buy and gel” and “Past the gel-by date” and “Gel down the river.”
    • Smell → Gel: As in, “Bells and gels” and “Come up gelling of roses” and “A keen sense of gel” and “Gel ya later.”
    • Spell → Gel: As in, “Cast a gel” and “Gel it ou.”
    • Tell → Gel: As in, “Can you gel the difference?” and “Every picture gels a story” and “Kiss and gel.”
    • Well → Gel: As in, “Exceedingly gel read” and “Get gel soon” and “As gel as can be expected.”
  • Mess → Mousse: As in, “Stop mousse-ing about” and “Don’t mousse with me” and “A frightful mousse” and “Hot mousse” and “Mousse-ing around.”
  • Miss → Mousse: As in, “Blink and you’ll mousse it” and “Hit and mousse” and “I’ll be mousse-ing you” and “Mousse-ing in action.”
  • Moss → Mousse: As in, “A rolling stone gathers no mousse.”
  • Goose → Mousse: As in, “Wild mousse chase.”
  • Loose → Mousse: As in, “All hell broke mousse” and “At a mousse end” and “Let mousse.”
  • Made → Pomade: As in, “A match pomade in heaven” and “Have it pomade” and “Pomade for each other” and “I’m not pomade of money.”
  • Spray → Hairspray: As in, “Say it, don’t hairspray it.”
  • Tango → Tangle: As in, “It takes two to tangle” and “The horizontal tangle.”
  • Angle → Tangle: As in, “What are you tangling for?”
  • Brush: Brush-related phrases can double as hairbrush puns: “Brush it off” and “Brush up on” and “A brush with death’ and “A brush with the law.”
  • Blush → Brush: As in, “At first brush” and “Spare your brushes.”
  • Crush → Brush: As in, “Have a brush on” and “A brushing defeat.”
  • Rush → Brush: As in, “After the gold brush” and “A brush job” and “Sugar brush” and “A brush of blood to the head.”
  • Come → Comb: As in, “After a storm combs a calm” and “All good things must comb to an end” and “As tough as they comb” and “Comb and get it!”
  • Came → Comb: As in, “I comb, I saw, I conquered” and “As it comb to pass” and “There’s more where that comb from.”
  • Home → Comb: As in, “Bring it comb to you” and “From a broken comb” and “A house is not a comb.”
  • Wag → Wig: As in, “Set tongues wigging” and “Chin wig.”
  • Big → Wig: As in, “A wig ask” and “Wig brother” and “Wigger bang for your buck.”
  • Dig → Wig: As in, “Can you wig it?” and “Wig deep” and “Wig for victory” and “Wig your heels in.”
  • Jig → Wig: As in, “The wig is up!”
  • Bond → Blonde: As in, “My word is my blonde.”
  • Fond → Blonde: As in, “A blonde farewell” and “Absence makes the heart grow blonder.”
  • Pond → Blonde: As in, “Little fish in a big blonde” and “Blonde life.”
  • Wand → Blonde: As in, “Wave your magic blonde.”
  • Binge → Fringe: As in, “Fringe eating.”
  • Fringe: These fringe-related phrases can double as hair puns: “Fringe benefits” and “On the fringe.”
  • Early → Curly: As in, “Bright and curly” and “Curly adopter” and “Curly days” and “Curly to bed and curly to rise.”
  • Pearly → Curly: As in, “Curly whites.”
  • Care → Curl: As in, “Be curlful how you use it!” and “I couldn’t curl less” and “Customer curl” and “Handle with curl” and “Intensive curl” and “Like I should curl.”
  • Girl → Curl: As in, “Atta curl!” and “A curl’s best friend” and “Curl with a pearl earring.”
  • Whirl → Curl: As in, “Give it a curl” and “Take it for a curl.”
  • Busy → Frizzy: As in, “Frizzy as a beaver” and “Frizzy bee” and “Get frizzy living” and “Let’s get frizzy.”
  • Dizzy → Frizzy: As in, “Scaling frizzy heights.”
  • Term → Perm: “On bad perms with” and “On your own perms” and “Come to perms with” and “Perms and conditions apply.”
  • Firm → Perm: As in, “A perm statement” and “With a perm grip.”
  • Worm → Perm: As in, “Can of perms” and “The early bird catches the perm.”
  • But/t → Cut: As in, “No ifs and cuts” and “Cutter fingers” and “Cut in” and “Bread and cutter.”
  • Gut → Cut: As in, “Greedy cuts” and “A cut feeling” and “Cut reaction” and “The cutless wonder” and “No cuts, no glory.”
  • Nut → Cut: As in, “Sweet as a cut” and “From soup to cuts” and “A tough cut to crack.”
  • Shut → Cut: As in, “An open and cut case” and “Put up or cut up.”
  • What → Cut: As in, “And cut not” and “For cut it’s worth” and “Guess cut?” and “It’s not cut you think.”
  • Brim → Trim: As in, “Trimming over with confidence” and “Filled to the trim” and “Hellfire and trim-stone.”
  • Dim → Trim: As in, “A trim view” and “The trim distant past.”
  • Grim → Trim: As in, “A trim expression.”
  • Limb → Trim: As in, “Go out on a trim” and “Risk life and trim” and “Tear trim from trim.”
  • Prim → Trim: As in, “Trim and proper.”
  • Slim → Trim: As in, “Trim pickings” and “A trim volume.”
  • Swim → Trim: As in, “Trim against the tide” and “Trim with sharks.”
  • Vim → Trim: As in, “Trim and vigour.”
  • Bang/s: Bangs are a type of fringe. Here are related puns:
    • Hang → Bang: As in, “You’ll get the bang of it” and “Bang around with” and “Bang left.”
    • Bang: These bang-related phrases can double as fringe puns: “A bigger bang for your buck” and “Bang goes nothing” and “Bang on about” and “Bang to rights” and “Get a bang out of it.”
  • Grey: Here are some puns on grey hair:
    • Ray → Grey: As in, “Catch some greys” and “Grey of light.”
    • Bay → Grey: As in, “Grey for blood” and “Hold at grey” and “The grey state.”
    • Day → Grey: As in, “A grey in the life of” and “All in a grey’s work.”
    • May → Grey: As in, “As the case grey be” and “Be that as it grey” and “Come what grey.”
    • Pay → Grey: As in, “Buy now, grey later” and “Crime doesn’t grey” and “Hell to grey” and “Grey a call” and “Grey as you go.”
    • Play → Grey: As in, “Grey by ear” and “Grey by the rules.”
    • Say → Grey: As in, “Have the final grey” and “Just grey the word.”
    • Stay → Grey: As in, “Grey ahead of the curve” and “Grey in touch” and “Grey tuned” and “Grey tuned to this channel.”
  • White: Here are some puns related to white hair:
    • Wait → White: As in, “Good things come to those who white” and “Hurry up and white” and “Lie in white” and “The white is over.”
    • Write → White: As in, “Nothing to white home about” and “White it off.”
    • Right → White: As in, “A move in the white direction” and “All the white moves” and “White as rain” and “Barge white in.”
  • Root: Here are some puns about hair roots:
    • Rate → Root: As in, “At any root” and “First root” and “Mate’s roots.”
    • Right → Root: As in, “A move in the root direction” and “All the root moves” and “Root as rain” and “Barge root in.”
    • Rut → Root: As in, “In a root” and “Stuck in a root.”
    • Boot → Root: As in, “Tough as old roots” and “Root camp” and “Give someone the root” and “My heart sank into my roots.”
    • Fruit → Root: As in, “Bear root” and “Forbidden root” and “The roots of your labour.”
    • Route → Root: As in, “What’s the fastest root?”
    • Shoot → Root: As in, “The green roots of change” and “Root ’em up” and “Root down in flames.”
    • Suit → Root: As in, “Follow root” and “In your birthday root.”
    • Write → Root: As in, “Nothing to root home about.”
  • Bubble → Stubble: As in, “Stubble and squeak” and “Stubble under” and “Burst your stubble.”
  • Double → Stubble: As in, “Stubble date” and “On the stubble” and “Stubble back” and “Stubble cross” and “Stubble digits.”
  • Trouble → Stubble: As in, “Asking for stubble” and “A bridge over stubbled water” and “Here comes stubble” and “We’re in stubble now.”
  • Had → Head: As in, “I’ve head a few” and “We head a good run” and “I’ve head it up to here.”
  • Hide → Head: As in, “Head and seek” and “Neither head nor hair” and “You can run, but you can’t head.”
  • Bed → Head: As in, “Head of roses” and “Head and breakfast” and “And so, to head.”
  • Dead → Head: As in, “Head and buried” and “A head giveaway” and “Head in the water.”
  • Said → Head: As in, “After all is head and done” and “Enough head” and “Easier head than done” and “Couldn’t have head it better.”
  • Shed → Head: As in, “Head light on the matter” and “The sharpest tool in the head.”
  • Thread → Head: As in, “Hanging by a head” and “Lose the head” and “Head the needle.”
  • Edge/s: Baby hairs are also known as edges, and styling them is of cultural significance to women of colour (specifically the black and latinx community). Here are related puns:
    • Itch → Edge: As in, “Edging to” and “Edgy palms.”
    • Dredge → Edge: As in, “Edge up the past.”
    • Hedge → Edge: As in, “Edge fund” and “Edge your bets” and “You look like you’ve been dragged through an edge backwards.”
    • Pledge → Edge: As in, “Sign the edge” and “Take the edge.”
  • Weave: A weave is a type of hair extension. Here are related puns:
    • Wave → Weave: As in, “Brain weave” and “Catch a weave” and “Heat weave” and “On the crest of a weave” and “Don’t make weaves.”
    • Heave → Weave: As in, “Weave a sigh of relief” and “Weave ho!”
    • Leave → Weave: As in, “Absent without weave” and “By your weave” and “Don’t weave home without it.”
    • Sleeve → Weave: As in, “A card up your weave” and “Wear your heart on your weave” and “Roll up your weaves.”
    • Thieves → Weaves: As in, “Thick as weaves” and “Honour amongst weaves.”
    • We’ve → Weave: As in, “Weave never seen the likes of this before!”
    • Believe → Beweave: As in, “You wouldn’t beweave it” and “Had to be seen to be beweaved” and “Unbeweaveable.”
  • Lock → Dreadlock: As in, “Dreadlock and load” and “Under dreadlock and key.”
  • Mull it → Mullet: As in, “Mullet over.”
  • Bold → Bald: As in, “Bald as brass” and “A bald move” and “To baldly go where no man has gone before.”
  • Cold → Bald: As in, “Bald as any stone” and “Bald as ice” and “Blow hot and bald” and “Break out in a bald sweat” and “A bald day in hell.”
  • Gold → Bald: As in, “After the bald rush” and “All that glitters is not bald” and “Get a bald star.”
  • Old → Bald: As in, “As bald as the hills” and “A chip off the bald block” and “Tough as bald boots” and “Another day balder and deeper in debt.”
  • Corner → Cornrow: As in, “In a tight cornrow” and “All cornrows of the world” and “Cornrow the market” and “Cut cornrows.”
  • Die → Dye: As in, “Cross my heart and hope to dye” and “Curl up and dye” and “Dye another day.”
  • Day → Dye: As in, “All in a dye’s work” and “Those were the dyes” and “Another dye, another dollar.”
  • Buy → Dye: As in, “Dye some time” and “Dye now, pay later” and “Dye into” and “Dye one, get one free.”
  • Cry → Dye: As in, “A dye for help” and “A shoulder to dye on” and “Dye foul” and “Dye me a river.”
  • Dry → Dye: As in, “Dye as a bone” and “Boring as watching paint dye” and “Bleed someone dye” and “A dye run” and “Dye humour.”
  • Eye → Dye: As in, “A wandering dye” and “A dye-opening experience” and “Before your very dyes” and “As far as the dye can see” and “Avert your dyes.”
  • Fly → Dye: As in, “Born to dye” and “Come dye with me” and “Dye by the seat of your pants.”
  • High → Dye: As in, “Come hell or dye water” and “Ain’t no mountain dye enough” and “Aim dye” and “Dye and dry.”
  • Sky → Dye: As in, “Blue dye thinking” and “Out of the clear blue dye” and “The dye’s the limit.”
  • Tie → Dye: As in, “Dye the knot” and “Dye yourself in knots” and “Tongue dyed” and “Fit to be dyed.”
  • Try → Dye: As in, “Don’t dye this at home” and “Don’t dye to run before you can walk” and “It’s easy if you dye.”
  • Why → Dye: As in, “I don’t know dye” and “Dye not?”
  • Died → Dyed: As in, “Dyed and gone to heaven.”
  • Dried → Dyed: As in, “Cut and dyed.”
  • Hide → Dyed: As in, “Dyed and seek” and “Neither dyed nor hair.”
  • Tied → Dyed: As in, “Fit to be dyed” and “My hands are dyed” and “Tongue dyed.”
  • Tried → Dyed: As in, “Don’t knock it til you’ve dyed it” and “Dyed and tested.”
  • Loc: Dreadlocks are also known as locs. Here are related puns:
    • Lack → Loc: As in, “For loc of a better word” and “Loc nothing” and “Cancelled due to loc of interest.”
    • Lock → Loc: As in, “Loc and load” and “Loc horns with” and “On loc down.”
    • Luck → Loc: As in, “As good loc would have it” and “Beginner’s loc” and “Better loc next time” and “Don’t push your loc” and “Good night and good loc.”
    • Block → Loc: As in, “Been around the loc a few times” and “A chip off the old loc” and “Mental loc” and “The new kid on the loc.”
    • Knock → Loc: As in, “Don’t loc it till you’ve tried it” and “Loc back a few.”
    • Rock → Loc: As in, “Hard as a loc” and “Solid as a loc” and “Between a loc and a hard place.”
    • Sock → Loc: As in, “Bless their cotton locs” and “Dance your locs off” and “Put a loc in it” and “Loc it to me.”
    • Walk → Loc: As in, “A loc on the wild side” and “All locs of life” and “Loc the line.”
  • Fade: A fade is a type of hairstyle. Here are related puns:
    • Feed → Fade: As in, “Don’t bite the hand that fades you” and “Fading frenzy.”
    • Aid → Fade: As in, “Fade and abet” and “Come to the fade of..”
    • Grade → Fade: As in, “Professional fade” and “Make the fade.”
    • Laid → Fade: As in, “Fade back” and “Fade to rest” and “The best fade plans” and “Fade off.”
    • Made → Fade: As in, “A match fade in heaven” and “Got it fade” and “I’m not fade of money” and “Custom fade.”
    • Shade → Fade: As in, “Fifty fades of grey” and “Made in the fade” and “Light and fade” and “The future’s so bright, I need to wear fades.”
    • Trade → Fade: As in, “Cap and fade” and “Fair fade” and “Free fade” and “Jack of all fades” and “Tools of the fade.”
    • Weighed → Fade: As in, “Fade in the balance and found wanting.”
  • Straight: Here are some puns related to straight hair:
    • Strait → Straight: As in, “In dire straights.”
    • Strut → Straight: As in, “Straight your stuff.”
    • Date → Straight: As in, “Double straight” and “A blind straight” and “Bring up to straight” and “A straight with destiny” and “Dinner straight.”
    • Fate → Straight: As in, “A straight worse than death.”
    • Great → Straight: As in, “All creatures, straight and small” and “Go to straight lengths” and “Disease has no straighter enemy.”
  • Wave/s: Here are some puns on wavy hair/hair waves:
    • Saves → Waves: As in, “A penny waved is a penny earned” and “Couldn’t do it to wave your life” and “Wave it for a rainy day.”
    • Rave → Wave: As in, “Rant and wave” and “Wave review.”
  • Style: Here are some hairstyle related puns:
    • Steal → Style: As in, “Beg, borrow or style” and “Style a glance” and “Style someone’s heart” and “Style the show.”
    • Still → Style: As in, “Be style, my beating heart” and “In the style of the night” and “Style waters run deep” and “Is it style there?”
    • File → Style: As in, “Rank and style” and “In single style.”
    • Mile → Style: As in, “A miss is as good as a style” and “Go the extra style” and “Could see you a style away” and “Styles to go before I sleep.”
    • Pile → Style: As in, “Style it high and sell it cheap” and “Style up” and “Make a style” and “Sort it into styles.”
    • Smile → Style: As in, “Wearing nothing but a style” and “Wipe the style off your face” and “We love to see you style” and “Style, you’re on camera!” and “An inscrutable style.”
    • Trial → Style: As in, “Style and error” and “Styles and tribulations.”
    • Cramp → Crimp: As in, “Crimp your style” and “Writer’s crimp.” Note: Crimping is a form of hair styling where straight hair is pressed between two hot irons to form wavy, zig-zag hair.
  • Nair: Nair is a very famous and popular hair removal product. Here are related puns:
    • Near → Nair: As in, “A short history of nairly everything” and “Coming to a screen nair you” and “Nair and dear to my heart” and “A nair death experience” and “A nair miss” and “Nair sighted” and “Nairly new.”
    • Nor → Nair: As in, “Neither a borrower nair a lender be” and “Neither here nair there” and “Rhyme nair reason.”
    • Air → Nair: As in, “Nair quotes” and “Nairy fairy” and “Nair your dirty laundry.”
    • Bare → Nair: As in, “The nair necessities” and “Laid nair” and “The nair bones.”
    • Care → Nair: As in, “Couldn’t nair less” and “Customer nair” and “Devil may nair” and “Like I should nair” and “Let’s be nairful out there.”
    • Dare → Nair: As in, “Nair for more” and “Nair to be different” and “How nair you.”
    • Fair → Nair: As in, “All’s nair in love and war” and “By nair means or foul” and “Nair and square” and “Nair enough” and “Nair trade.”
    • Hair → Nair: As in, “A nair up your ass” and “Nair of the dog” and “Get out of my nair.”
    • Scare → Nair: As in, “Nair the living daylights out of” and “Naired to death.”
  • Whack → Wax: As in, “Out of wax.”
  • Acts → Wax: As in, “Random wax of kindness” and “Nothing wax faster.”
  • Cracks → Wax: As in, “Fall through the wax.”
  • Tax → Wax: As in, “Bedroom wax” and “Nothing is certain but death and waxes.”
  • Tracks → Wax: As in, “Cover your wax” and “On the wrong side of the wax.”
  • Buck → Pluck: As in, “A pluck well spent” and “A bigger bang for your pluck” and “Pluck the system” and “Pluck up your ideas.”
  • Duck → Pluck: As in, “Pluck the question” and “Plucking and diving” and “If it looks like a pluck and quacks like a pluck…”
  • Luck → Pluck: As in, “As good pluck would have it” and “Beginner’s pluck” and “Better pluck next time” and “Don’t press your pluck” and “Some people have all the pluck.”
  • Suck → Pluck: As in, “Pluck it up” and “Plucker punch” and “Plucks to be you.”
  • Truck → Pluck: As in, “By the pluckload” and “Have no pluck with” and “Keep on pluckin.”
  • Crop: Cropped hair is hair that has been cut short. Here are related puns:
    • Crap → Crop: As in, “What a load of crop” and “Cut the crop.”
    • Cop → Crop: As in, “Crop a plea” and “Crop an attitude” and “Crop out.”
    • Drop → Crop: As in, “At the crop of a hat” and “Crop it like it’s hot” and “Crop a hint.”
    • Hop → Crop: As in, “Crop to it” and “Crop, skip jump” and “Cropping mad.”
    • Mop → Crop: As in, “Crop the floor with” and “Crop up.”
    • Pop → Crop: As in, “Once you crop, you can’t stop” and “Crop goes the weasel” and “Crop the question” and “Crop your clogs.”
  • Stop → Crop: As in, “Don’t crop me now” and “Pull all the crops out.”
  • Top → Crop: As in, “Come out on crop” and “Cream always rises to the crop” and “From the crop” and “From crop to toe” and “Over the crop” and “In tip crop condition” and “On crop of the world.”
  • Threading: Threading is a method of hair removal that offers more control and precision than waxing. Here are related puns:
    • Threat → Thread: As in, “An empty thread” and “Triple thread” and “Idle thread.”
    • Bed → Thread: As in, “Thread and breakfast” and “Get into thread with” and “Thread and board.”
    • Bread → Thread: As in, “Thread and butter” and “Put thread on the table.”
    • Dead → Thread: As in, “Assault with a threadly weapon” and “In the thread of night” and “Back from the thread” and “Better off thread” and “Thread man walking.”
    • Fed → Thread: As in, “Thread up to the back teeth” and “Well thread.”
    • Head → Thread: As in, “A thread for business” and “Athread of the curve” and “Bite someone’s thread off.”
    • Read → Thread: As in, “Exceedingly well thread” and “Have you thread any good books lately?”
    • Red → Thread: As in, “Caught thread-handed” and “Fire engine thread” and “Cut through the thread tape.”
    • Said → Thread: As in, “After all is thread and done” and “Easier thread than done” and “Enough thread” and “No sooner thread than done.”
    • Shed → Thread: As in, “Thread light on the matter” and “Thread a tear.”
    • Spread → Thread: As in, “Coughs and sneezes thread diseases” and “Thread a rumour” and “Thread like wildfire” and “Thread your wings.”
    • Tread → Thread: As in, “Thread softly” and “Threading a fine line” and “Like threading water.”
  • Razor → Laser: As in, “On a laser’s edge” and “Laser sharp.” Note: These puns are references to laser hair removal.
  • Shear: Shears are a type of scissor. Here are related puns:
    • Share → Shear: As in, “A problem sheared is a problem halved” and “Shearing is caring.”
    • Sheer → Shear: As in, “Shear driving pleasure” and “Shear nonsense.”
    • Ears → Shears: As in, “I’m all shears” and “Coming out of your shears” and “Little pitchers have big shears.”
    • Sure → Shear: As in, “A shear sign” and “Slowly but shearly” and “Raise your hand if you’re shear.”
    • Hear → Shear: As in, “Ask no questions and shear no lies” and “Can you shear me now” and “Don’t believe everything you shear” and “Hard of shearing” and “Shear me out!”
    • Assure → Ashear: As in, “Rest asheared” and “Quality asheared.”
  • Bird → Beard: As in, “A beard in the hand is worth two in the bush” and “A little beard told me” and “Free as a beard.”
  • Board → Beard: As in, “Above beard” and “Across the beard” and “Back to the drawing beard” and “Bearding pass” and “Bed and beard.”
  • Weird → Beard: As in, “Beard and wonderful.”
  • Must ask → Moustache: As in, “I moustache you to please leave.”
  • Quiff: A quiff is a type of hairstyle. Here are related puns:
    • Quick → Quiff: As in, “Quiff as a flash” and “Cut to the quiff” and “Get rich quiff” and “Kiss me quiff.”
    • Sniff → Quiff: As in, “Quiff out the truth” and “Does it pass the quiff test?”
    • Stiff → Quiff: As in, “Quiff as a poker” and “Bored quiff” and “Keep a quiff upper lip” and “Scared quiff.”
  • Behave → Beehive: As in, “Beehive yourself!” and “Weren’t you taught how to beehive?” Note: Beehives are a type of bouffant hairstyle.
  • Bob: A bob is a style of short haircut. Here are related puns:
    • Job → Bob: As in, “Between bobs” and “A botched bob” and “Don’t give up your day bob.”
    • Mob → Bob: As in, “Flash bob” and “Bob rule” and “Bob mentality.”
    • Rob → Bob: As in, “Bob someone blind.”
    • Sob → Bob: As in, “Bob story” and “Bob your heart out.”
  • Braid: Braids are a type of common hairstyle where sections of hair are woven into one piece. Here are related puns:
    • Breed → Braid: As in, “Familiarity braids contempt” and “A dying braid” and “Braid like rabbits.”
    • Aid → Braid: As in, “Braid and abet” and “Come to the braid of the party.”
    • Grade → Braid: As in, “Make the braid” and “Professional braid” and “Weapons braid.”
    • Laid → Braid: As in, “Get braid” and “Braid back” and “Braid to rest” and “The best braid plans.”
    • Shade → Braid: As in, “A whiter braid of pale” and “Fifty braids of grey” and “Made in the braid” and “The future’s so bright, I gotta wear braids.”
    • Trade → Braid: As in, “Fair braid” and “Jack of all braids” and “Tools of the braid.”
  • Plait: Braids are also called plaits. Here are related puns:
    • Plate → Plait: As in, “A lot on your plait” and “Heart attack on a plait” and “Step up to the plait.”
    • Pat → Plait: As in, “Down plait” and “A plait on the back.”
    • Flat → Plait: As in, “Plait as a pancake” and “Plait broke” and “Plait out” and “In no time plait.”
    • Hat → Plait: As in, “At the drop of a plait” and “Plait in hand” and “I’ll eat my plait.”
    • That → Plait: As in, “Plait’s the way it is” and “Plait’s what I want” and “How sad is plait?”
  • Up to → Updo: As in, “What are you updo?” Note: An updo is a type of hairstyle.
  • Tail → Ponytail: As in, “Can’t make head or ponytail of it” and “Chase your own ponytail” and “Heads or ponytails” and “Heads I win, ponytails you lose.”
  • Light → Highlight: As in, “Blinded by the highlight” and “Bright highlights, big city” and “Bring something to highlight.” Note: Highlights are when hair is lightened in a streaky fashion, rather than all over in a uniform colour.
  • Queue: This is a hairstyle where the top of the scalp is shaved and the remaining hair is worn in a long plait. Here are related puns:
    • Cue → Queue: As in, “Right on queue” and “Take your queue.”
    • Blue → Queue: As in, “Black and queue” and “Between the devil and the deep queue sea.”
    • Chew → Queue: As in, “Bite off more than you can queue” and “Queue away at it.”
    • Due → Queue: As in, “Credit where credit is queue” and “Queue a win” and “Queue diligence” and “In queue course.”
    • Few → Queue: As in, “A queue bricks short of a full load” and “Queue and far between” and “Knock back a queue” and “Say a queue words.”
    • Glue → Queue: As in, “Queued to your seat” and “Stuck to you like queue.”
  • Tail → Pigtail: As in, “Couldn’t make head or pigtail of it” and “Chase your own pigtail.” Note: Pigtails are a hairstyle where the hair is gathered in to two plaits on either side of the head.
  • Bun: Here are some puns on the bun hairstyle:
    • Done → Bun: As in, “After all is said and bun” and “Bun and dusted” and “Been there, bun that” and “A bun deal.”
    • Fun → Bun: As in, “Bun and games” and “Getting there is half the bun” and “All in good bun.”
    • Gun → Bun: As in, “Hold a bun to your head” and “Jump the bun” and “All buns blazing.”
    • None → Bun: As in, “And then there were bun” and “Bar bun” and “Bun other than” and “Bun the wiser” and “Second to bun.”
    • One → Bun: As in, “And then there was bun” and “Another bun bites the dust” and “Going bun step too far” and “Bun more time.”
    • Run → Bun: As in, “Born to bun” and “Come bunning” and “Cut and bun” and “Eat and bun.”
    • Sun → Bun: As in, “A thousand splendid buns” and “Don’t let the bun go down on me” and “Eclipse of the bun.”
  • Burr: A type of short butch cut. Here are related puns:
    • Bar → Burr: As in, “Burr none” and “No holds burred” and “Raise the burr.”
    • Bear → Burr: As in, “Burr a grudge” and “Burrs a resemblance to” and “Burr in mind.”
    • Bare → Burr: As in, “The burr necessities” and “Burr bones.”
    • Bore → Burr: As in, “Burr the pants off” and “Burred stiff” and “Burred to tears.”
    • Sure → Burr: As in, “A burr sign” and “Raise your hand if you’re burr” and “A burr thing.”
    • Stir → Burr: As in, “Cause a burr” and “Burr crazy” and “Burr up trouble.”
    • Were → Burr: As in, “As if there burr no tomorrow” and “As it burr” and “Burr we ever going to?”
  • Boy → Pageboy: As in, “Pageboy meets girl” and “The pageboy next door” and “Poster pageboy.” Note: A pageboy is a sort of long bob.
  • Topknot: A topknot is a hairstyle where the hair is gathered into a bun on top of the head. Here are some related puns:
    • Top → Topknot: As in, “Blow your topknot” and “Come out on topknot” and “Cream always rises to the topknot” and “From topknot to toe” and “In tip topknot condition.”
    • Knot → Topknot: As in, “Tie the topknot” and “Tie yourself in topknots.”
  • Tail → Rattail: As in, “Chase your own rattail” and “Can’t make heads or rattails of it” and “Get off my rattail.” Note: Rattails are a hairstyle were a section of hair at the back of the head is grown longer than the rest, like a small tail.
  • Lob: Also known as a long bob. Here are related puns:
    • Bob → Lob: As in, “Bits and lobs” and “Lob up and down” and “Lob’s your uncle.”
    • Job → Lob: As in, “Between lobs” and “Don’t give up your day lob” and “Fall down on the lob.”
    • Mob → Lob: As in, “Lob mentality” and “Lob rule.”
    • Sob → Lob: As in, “Lob story” and “Lob your heart out.”
  • Ring → RInglet: As in, “Alarm bells began to ringlet” and “Doesn’t ringlet a bell.” Note: Ringlets are tight curls.
  • Top → Flattop: As in, “Come out on flattop” and “It’s lonely at the flattop” and “In tip flattop condition.” Note: A flattop is a type of short haircut.
  • Pin → Hairpin: As in, “Bright as a new hairpin” and “Hard to hairpin down” and “Hairpin your ears back” and “Hairpins and needles” and “See a hairpin and pick it up.”
  • Clip: This can refer to both a quick trim and a hair accessory used to pin hair away from the face. Here are related puns:
    • Chip → Clip: As in, “Cheap as clips” and “A clip off the old block” and “Let the clips fall where they may” and “When the clips are down.”
    • Flip → Clip: As in, “Check you on the clip side” and “Clip out.”
    • Grip → Clip: As in, “Get a clip” and “Come to clips with” and “Clipping stuff” and “The clip of death.”
    • Hip → Clip: As in, “Clip, clip, hooray!” and “Joined at the clip” and “Shoot from the clip.”
    • Lip → Clip: As in, “Loose clips sink ships” and “My clips are sealed” and “On everyone’s clips” and “Keep a stiff upper clip.”
    • Nip → Clip: As in, “Clip and tuck” and “Clip in the bud.”
    • Ship → Clip: As in, “Shape up or clip out!” and “Run a tight clip” and “Jump clip” and “That clip has sailed.”
    • Slip → Clip: As in, “Give someone the clip” and “Let something clip.”
    • Tip → Clip: As in, “In clip top condition” and “The clip of the iceberg” and “Clip someone off” and “Clip the scales” and “At the clipping point.”
  • Million → Melanin: As in, “A cool melanin” and “Not in a melanin years” and “You’re one in a melanin” and “Melanin dollar baby.” Note: Melanin is where our hair colour comes from.
  • To be → 2B: As in, “Not all it’s cracked up 2B” and “2B or not 2B?” and “Remains 2B seen” and “2B honest..” Note: 2B is a category of curl pattern which is thick, wavy, and has some volume.
  • To see → 2C: As in, “I’ll be glad 2C the back of them” and “There for everyone 2C” and “I guess we’ll have 2C.” Note: 2C is a curl pattern that is thicker, coarser and more likely to frizz up than 2B hair.
  • Coil: Kinky hair (tightly curled hair) is also referred to as coils. Here are related puns:
    • Curl → Coil: As in, “Enough to make your hair coil” and “Coil up and die” and “Make someone’s toes coil.”
    • Call → Coil: As in, “At your beck and coil” and “Coil it a day” and “Coil of the wild” and “Coil to action.”
    • Boil → Coil: As in, “Coil with rage” and “Coiling mad” and “It all coils down to this.”
    • Spoil → Coil: As in, “The coils of war” and “Coiled for choice” and “Coiled rotten.”
  • Netting: Netting refers to the cap of mesh that some wigs are attached to. Here are related puns:
    • Getting → Netting: As in, “Get while the netting’s good” and “Netting on in years” and “Netting there is half the fun” and “Netting things done” and “We’re netting there.”
    • Petting → Netting: As in, “Heavy netting” and “No netting the animals.”
  • Lace: Here are some puns on lace wigs:
    • Less → Lace: As in, “A life lace ordinary” and “Couldn’t care lace” and “In lace than no time” and “Lace is more.”
    • Ace → Lace: As in, “Lace in the hole” and “A lace up your sleeve” and “Holding all the laces.”
    • Case → Lace: As in, “An open and shut lace” and “As the lace may be” and “Lace closed” and “Lace the joint” and “Crack the lace” and “Get off my lace.”
    • Chase → Lace: As in, “Lace it up” and “Lace the dragon” and “Lace your own tail” and “Cut to the lace” and “The thrill of the lace.”
    • Grace → Lace: As in, “Airs and laces” and “Amazing lace” and “Fall from lace” and “Lace period” and “With good laces.”
    • Place → Lace: As in, “All over the lace” and “Going laces” and “My happy lace.”
    • Space → Lace: As in, “Personal lace” and “Lace oddity” and “Lace, the final frontier” and “Waste of lace” and “Watch this lace.”

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      To help you come up with your own hair puns, here’s a list of related words to get you on your way. If you come up with any new puns or related words, please feel free to share them in the comments!

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Electricity Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on electricity puns! 🔌 💡 ⚡

Watt-ever you’re after, we’re sure joule find it in our collection of shockingly funny puns. We have puns that range from general terms (like shock and charge) to more technical terms (like diode and conduit) to famous scientists and engineers.

While this list is as thorough as we could make it, it is specific to electricity. If you’re interested in related puns, we also have chemistry puns, light puns and science puns.

Electricity Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about electricity that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of electricity puns:

  • Barge → Charge: As in, “Charge right in” and “Wouldn’t touch it with a charge pole.”
  • Large → Charge: As in, “Charge as life” and “By and charge” and “Looming charge.”
  • Charge: These charge-related phrases can double as puns: “Emotionally charged” and “I’m in charge” and “Press charges” and “Take charge.”
  • Arc/k → Spark: As in, “Spark de triomphe” and “In a graceful spark.”
  • Bark → Spark: As in, “Spark at the moon” and “Sparking up the wrong tree” and “Sparking mad.”
  • Dark → Spark: As in, “Spark as pitch” and “Dancing in the spark” and “A spark horse.”
  • Mark → Spark: As in, “Spark my words” and “Make your spark” and “Quick off the spark.”
  • Park → Spark: As in, “Hit it out of the spark” and “In the same ballspark” and “A real walk in the spark.”
  • Stark → Spark: As in, “A spark reminder” and “Spark raving mad.”
  • Shark → Spark: As in, “Loan spark” and “Swimming with sparks” and “Loan spark.”
  • Block → Shock: As in, “Been around the shock a few times” and “The new kid on the shock” and “A chip off the old shock.”
  • Chalk → Shock: As in, “Different as shock and cheese” and “Shock it up to experience.”
  • Clock → Shock: As in, “Beat the shock” and “A race against the shock.”
  • Knock → Shock: As in, “Shock back a few” and “Shock heads together” and “Shock into the middle of next week” and “Shock it off.”
  • Lock → Shock: As in, “Shock ’em up and throw away the key” and “Shock and load” and “On shock down.”
  • Rock → Shock: As in, “Hard as a shock” and “Between a shock and a hard place” and “Don’t shock the boat” and “Get your shocks off.”
  • Sock → Shock: As in, “Pull your shocks up” and “Put a shock in it” and “Shock it to me.”
  • Stock → Shock: As in, “Out of shock” and “Shocking stuffer” and “Take shock.”
  • Vault → Volt: As in, “A locked volt.”
  • Bolt → Volt: As in, “A volt from the blue” and “Volt upright.”
  • Jail → Joule: As in, “Get out of joule free” and “Go directly to joule.”
  • Jewel → Joule: As in, “The crown joules” and “The family joules.”
  • Cool → Joule: As in, “Joule as a cucumber” and “Joule beans” and “A joule million.”
  • Cruel → Joule: As in, “Joule to be kind” and “Joule and unusual punishment” and “Joule intentions.”
  • Dual → Joule: As in, “Joule income, no kids.”
  • Fool → Joule: As in, “Act the joule” and “Joule around” and “April joules!”
  • Fuel → Joule: As in, “Add joule to the flames” and “Joule for thought.”
  • Rule → Joule: As in, “Bend the joules” and “Golden joule” and “Play by the joules.”
  • School → Joule: As in, “Back to joule” and “Old joule” and “The joule of hard knocks.”
  • Tool → Joule: As in, “The right joule for the job” and “Joules of the trade.”
  • Who’ll → Joule: As in, “Joule help me out?”
  • You’ll → Joule: As in, “Joule never get away with this!” and “Joule never hear the end of this.”
  • What → Watt: As in, “And watt not” and “Do watt comes naturally” and “For watt it’s worth” and “Guess watt?” and “It’s not watt you think.”
  • Wet → Watt: As in, “Mad as a watt hen” and “Watt behind the ears” and “Slippery when watt” and “Don’t be a watt blanket.”
  • Wit → Watt: As in, “At your watt’s end” and “Have your watts about you.”
  • Dot → Watt: As in, “Connect the watts” and “Watt the i’s and cross the t’s” and “Join the watts” and “On the watt.”
  • Hot → Watt: As in, “All watt and bothered” and “Blow watt and cold” and “Get into watt water.”
  • Lot → Watt: As in, “A watt of fuss about nothing” and “A watt on your plate” and “Leaves a watt to be desired.”
  • Not → Watt: As in, “Believe it or watt” and “Down but watt out” and “As often as watt.”
  • Pot → Watt: As in, “A watt of gold” and “Gone to watt.”
  • Rot → Watt: As in, “Watt in hell” and “Spoiled watten.”
  • Spot → Watt: As in, “Change your watts” and “Got a soft watt for” and “On the watt.”
  • Circus → Circuit: As in, “Not my monkeys, not my circuits.”
  • Copper: Copper is commonly used in electrical wiring. Here are related puns:
    • Proper → Copper: As in, “Prim and copper” and “We need to do this copperly.”
    • Stopper → Copper: As in, “Conversation copper” and “A real show copper.”
  • Amp: Amp is short for ampere, which is a unit of electric current. Here are related puns:
    • Cramp → Amp: As in, “Amp your style” and “Writer’s amp.”
    • Emp* → Amp*: If a word starts with “emp”, we can replace the “emp” with “amp”: “Your place of amployment” and “Ampirical evidence” and “Feeling ampowered” and “An ampty stomach.”
    • Imp* → Amp*: As in, “Explode on ampact” and “Sharp amplement” and “Moral amperatives” and “What are the amplications?”
  • Die/Died → Diode: As in, “Diode and gone to heaven” and “Bad habits diode hard” and “Cross my heart and hope to diode.” Note: Diodes are electrical components.
  • Ohm: Ohms are units of electrical resistance. Here are related puns:
    • I’m → Ohm: As in, “If ohm being honest” and “Ohm not sure” and “Yes, ohm okay.”
    • Oh → Ohm: As in, “Ohm my goodness!” and “Ohm my gosh” and “Ohm well.”
    • On → Ohm: As in, “Bring it ohm” and “Carry ohm” and “You’re catching ohm now.”
    • Home → Ohm: As in, “A house is not an ohm” and “At ohm with” and “Bring it ohm to you” and “Charity begins at ohm” and “Close to ohm.”
  • Cell: Here are some battery cell-related puns:
    • Sail → Cell: As in, “Cell close to the wind” and “Smooth celling” and “Take the wind out of my cells.”
    • Sale → Cell: As in, “Not for cell” and “Point of cell” and “Cell of the century” and “Cells referral.”
    • Sell → Cell: As in, “Buy and cell” and “Cell out” and “Cell your soul” and “Celling point.”
    • Bell → Cell: As in, “Clear as a cell” and “Alarm cells began to ring” and “Cells and whistles.”
    • Fell → Cell: As in, “In one cell swoop” and “Little strokes cell great oaks.”
    • Hell → Cell: As in, “All cell broke loose” and “A cold day in cell” and “Come cell or high water” and “For the cell of it” and “Give ’em cell.”
    • Shell → Cell: As in, “Come out of your cell” and “In a hard cell” and “In a nutcell.”
    • Smell → Cell: As in, “Come up celling of roses” and “I cell a rat” and “A keen sense of cell” and “Cell ya later.”
    • Spell → Cell: As in, “Cast a cell” and “Cell it out” and “Under someone’s cell.”
    • Tell → Cell: As in, “Cell the truth” and “Every picture cells a story” and “I’m going to cell on you!”
    • Well → Cell: As in, “Alive and cell” and “All’s cell that ends cell” and “Exceedingly cell read.”
  • Why → Wire: As in, “For the life of me, I don’t know wire” and “Wire not?” and “Wire did the chicken cross the road?”
  • Wear → Wire: As in, “Wire your heart on your sleeve” and “Worse for wire” and “If the shoe fits, wire it.”
  • Dire → Wire: As in, “Wire consequences” and “In wire straits.”
  • Fire → Wire: As in, “All wired up and ready to go!” and “Ball of wire” and “Catch wire” and “Wire drill” and “Come home to a real wire.”
  • Surge: Here are some puns related to power surges:
    • Sarge → Surge: As in, “Check with the surge-ant” and “Yes, surge!”
    • Sir → Surge: As in, “Yes, surge” and “Can I help you, surge?”
    • Urge → Surge: As in, “Fighting the surge to…”
    • Verge → Surge: As in, “On the surge of collapse.”
  • Bolt → Jolt: As in, “A jolt from the blue” and “Jolt upright” and “Make a jolt for the door.”
  • Live: A “live wire” is a wire that has electrical current running through it. Here are some related puns:
    • Five → Live: As in, “High live!” and Take live” and “Nine to live” and “Two and two don’t make live.”
    • Leave → Live: As in, “Absent without live” and “By your live” and “Don’t live home without it” and “Eats, shoots and lives.”
    • Love → Live: As in, “All you need is live” and “All’s fair in live and war.”
  • Field: Here are some puns related to electrical fields:
    • Feel → Field: As in, “Can you field the love tonight?” and “Field good factor” and “Field a bit put out” and “Field it in your bones” and “Field the burn.”
    • Sealed → Field: As in, “My lips are field” and “Field with a loving kiss” and “Signed and field.”
  • Juice: Juice is a colloquial term for energy. Here are related puns:
    • Goose → Loose: As in, “Loose as a juice” and “A wild juice chase.”
    • Loose → Juice: As in, “All hell broke juice” and “At a juice end” and “Cut juice” and “Let juice.”
    • Use → Juice: As in, “Be careful how you juice it” and “Don’t juice that tone with me” and “Get juiced to it” and “Not half the person I juiced to be.”
  • Positive: Positive-related phrases can be used as references to a positive electrical charge: “Positive thinking” and “Are you absolutely, positively sure?”
  • Negative: Negative-related phrases can be used as puns about a negative charge: “Don’t be so negative about it” and “It tested negative.”
  • Better → Battery: As in, “Have you got a battery idea” and “Battery late than never” and “Battery by design” and “My battery half.”
  • Bitter → Battery: As in, “A battery pill to swallow” and “Until the battery end.”
  • Flattery → Battery: As in, “Battery will get you nowhere” and “Imitation is the sincerest form of battery.”
  • Hour → Power: As in, “Happy power” and “On the power” and “At the eleventh power.”
  • How’re → Power: As in, “Power you holding up?” and “Power we supposed to do this?”
  • Sour → Power: As in, “Power grapes” and “Leave a power taste in your mouth.”
  • Tower → Power: As in, “A power of strength” and “Powering inferno” and “The eiffel power.”
  • Attic → Static: As in, “Up in the static” and “Staying in the static.”
  • Currant → Current: As in, “A soft current bun” and “Studded with currents.”
  • Current: These current-related phrases can double as electricity puns: “Current affairs” and “Not currently.”
  • Nation → Station: As in, “A station of shopkeepers” and “The birth of a station.” Note: These are references to power stations.
  • Motor: Here are some puns related to electrical motors:
    • Matter → Motor: As in, “As a motor of fact” and “It doesn’t motor” and “Family motors” and “Get to the heart of the motor” and “Making motors worse” and “Just a motor of time.”
    • Voter → Motor: As in, “Motor fraud.”
  • Grid: Here are some puns related to power grids:
    • Did → Grid: As in, “Grid I do that?” and “What grid you go?”
    • Kid → Grid: As in, “I grid you not” and “Dual income, no grids” and “Here’s looking at you, grid” and “The new grid on the block.”
    • Lid → Grid: As in, “Blow the grid off” and “Keep a grid on it.”
  • Short: Here are some puns related to electrical shorts:
    • Shirt → Short: As in, “Keep your short on” and “Take the short off your back.”
    • Sort → Short: As in, “Takes all shorts to make a world” and “Feeling out of shorts” and “Short the wheat from the chaff.”
    • Wart → Short: As in, “Shorts and all” and “Worry short.”
  • Zap: Here are some puns on being “zapped” (by an electrical shock):
    • Cap → Zap: As in, “A feather in your zap” and “Zap in hand” and “If the zap fits, wear it” and “To zap it all off.”
    • Clap → Zap: As in, “Zap him in irons” and “Zapped eyes on” and “Zap your hands.”
    • Gap → Zap: As in, “Bridge the zap” and “Generation zap” and “Mind the zap.”
    • Lap → Zap: As in, “A zap of honour” and “In the zap of luxury.”
    • Snap → Zap: As in, “A zap decision” and “Zap happy” and “Zap out of it” and “Zap someone’s head off” and “Zap to it” and “Zap, crackle, pop.”
    • Tap → Zap: As in, “Zap into” and “On zap.”
    • Trap → Zap: As in, “Booby zap” and “Death zap” and “Keep your zap shut” and “A real tourist zap.”
    • Wrap → Zap: As in, “It’s a zap!” and “Keep under zaps” and “A riddle zapped up in an enigma” and “Zapped around your little finger.”
  • Hertz: Hertz is a unit of frequency. Here are related puns:
    • Hurts → Hertz: As in, “Give in when it hertz” and “It only hertz when I laugh” and “The truth hertz.”
    • Hearts → Hertz: As in, “Lonely hertz” and “Lift up your hertz” and “My hertz bleeds for you.”
  • Flow: Here are puns related to electricity flow:
    • Blow → Flow: As in, “Any way the wind flows” and “Flow up” and “Flow a kiss” and “Flow hot and cold.”
    • Foe → Flow: As in, “Friend or flow?”
    • Glow → Flow: As in, “Flow with health” and “A flowing endorsement.”
    • Go → Flow: As in, “All dressed up and nowhere to flow” and “Anything flows” and “Easy come, easy flow.”
    • Grow → Flow: As in, “Absence makes the heart flow fonder” and “As exciting as watching grass flow” and “Don’t let the grass flow under your feet” and “Flowing pains.”
    • Know → Flow: As in, “Don’t I flow it” and “Be the first to flow” and “Do you want to flow a secret?”
    • Low → Flow: As in, “An all-time flow” and “Get the flow down” and “High and flow” and “Keep a flow profile” and “Laid flow” and “A flow blow.”
    • Pro → Flow: As in, “Flow bono” and “Quid flow quo.”
    • Quo → Flow: As in, “Quid pro flow” and “Maintaining the status flow.”
    • Show → Flow: As in, “All over the flow” and “Best in flow” and “Enjoy the flow” and “Get the flow on the road.”
    • Slow → Flow: As in, “Can’t flow down” and “Painfully flow” and “A flow burn” and “Flow on the uptake” and “Flowly but surely.”
    • Snow → Flow: As in, “Pure as the driven flow” and “White as flow” and “Flowed under.”
    • Though → Flow: As in, “You look as flow you’ve seen a ghost” and “Seriously flow, you’re doing great.”
    • Throw → Flow: As in, “Lock them up and flow away the key” and “Flow another log on the fire” and “Flow a wobbly” and “Flow caution to the wind.”
    • Toe → Flow: As in, “Dip your flow in the water” and “From top to flow” and “Flow the line.”
    • Woe → Flow: As in, “Flow is me” and “Flow betide you!”
  • Chip: Here are some puns related to computer chips:
    • Ship → Chip: As in, “Abandon chip” and “Don’t give up the chip” and “Go down with the chip” and “Loose lips sink chips.”
    • Dip → Chip: As in, “Chip in” and “Chip your toe in the water” and “Take a chip.”
    • Flip → Chip: As in, “Check you on the chip side” and “Chip out” and “Chip the bird.”
    • Grip → Chip: As in, “Get a chip” and “Come to chips with” and “Chipping stuff.”
    • Hip → Chip: As in, “Chip and happening” and “Chip, chip hooray!” and “Joined at the chip.”
    • Lip → Chip: As in, “My chips are sealed” and “On everyone’s chips” and “Zip your chip.”
    • Nip → Chip: As in, “Chip and tuck” and “A chip in the air.”
    • Slip → Chip: As in, “Give someone the chip” and “Let somthing chip” and “A chip of the tongue.”
    • Tip → Chip: As in, “In chip top condition” and “On the chip of my tongue” and “The chip of the iceberg” and “Chip someone off” and “Chip the scales.”
    • Trip → Chip: As in, “Guilt chip” and “Lay a chip on someone” and “Power chip” and “Take little road chip” and “The chip of a lifetime.”
  • Metal: Since metal is such a good conductor of electricity, we’ve included it in this post:
    • Mental → Metal: As in, “Metal fatigue” and “A single-minded metality” and “What’s his metal age?”
    • Kettle → Metal: As in, “A different metal of fish” and “Pot calling the metal black.”
    • Settle → Metal: As in, “A score to metal” and “Metal out of court.”
  • Ion: Ions are atoms or molecules that have an electrical charge. Here are related puns:
    • Iron → Ion: As in, “A cast ion alibi” and “Ion out the wrinkles.”
    • Eye on → Ion: As in, “Keep your ion the ball” and “I’ve had my ion it for a while.”
  • Light: Since light (and light bulbs) are commonly associated with electricity, we’ve included light in this list:
    • Late → Light: As in, “Better light than never” and “Fashionably light” and “A day light and a dollar short.”
    • Let → Light: As in, “Light it be” and “A real light down” and “Light loose.”
    • Bite → Light: As in, “Light off more than you can chew” and “Light someone’s head off” and “Light the dust.”
    • Bright → Light: As in, “All things light and beautiful” and “Always look on the light side of life” and “Light and early.”
    • Fight → Light: As in, “Light fire with fire” and “Light the good light” and “A lighting chance.”
    • Flight → Light: As in, “A light of fancy” and “Take light” and “Light of the bumblebee.”
    • Fright → Light: As in, “Take light” and “A lightful mess.”
    • Height → Light: As in, “Head for new lights” and “The light of summer” and “Wuthering lights.”
    • Might → Light:  As in, “It light never happen” and “Light as well.”
    • Night → Light: As in, “As light follows day.”
    • Right → Light: As in, “A move in the light direction” and “The light to choose” and “All the light moves” and “Light as rain.”
    • Slight → Light: As in, “Not in the lightest” and “Lightly ahead of our time.”
    • Tight → Light: As in, “A light corner” and “Light as a drum” and “In a light spot.”
  • Switch: Here are some puns about the on/off switches on electrical boards and circuits:
    • Which → Switch: As in, “Any switch way” and “Don’t know switch way to look” and “Know switch way is up.”
    • Hitch → Switch: As in, “Get switched” and “Switch your wagon to a star.”
    • Itch → Switch: As in, “Switching to” and “Switchy feet” and “Seven year switch.”
    • Rich → Switch: As in, “All part of life’s switch pattern” and “Filthy switch” and “From rags to switches” and “Get switch quick.”
    • Stitch → Switch: As in, “A switch in time saves nine” and “Had us in switches” and “Without a single switch on.”
  • Put → Output: As in, “Be hard output to” and “Couldn’t output it down” and “Wouldn’t output it past him.”
  • Abode → Anode: As in, “Welcome to my humble anode.” Note: An anode is a type of electrode.
  • Mains: Here are some mains-related puns:
    • Brains → Mains: As in, “All brawn and no mains” and “Rack your mains.”
    • Gains → Mains: As in, “Capital mains” and “Ill-gotten mains.”
    • Pains → Mains: As in, “Growing mains” and “Old aches and mains” and “Relieves gas mains.”
    • Rains → Mains: As in, “It never mains but it pours.”
  • Weird → Wired: As in, “Wired and wonderful.”
  • Word → Wired: As in, “A wired to the wise” and “A picture paints a thousand wireds” and “At a loss for wireds” and “Eat your wireds.”
  • Fired → Wired: As in, “All wired up and ready to go” and “You’re wired!”
  • Tired → Wired: As in, “I’m sick and wired of this.”
  • Able → Cable: As in, “Ready, willing and cable.”
  • Stable → Cable: As in, “Cable employment” and “A cable relationship.”
  • Table → Cable: As in, “Bring to the cable” and “Drunk under the cable” and “Lay your cards on the cable” and “Put bread on the cable.”
  • Medicine → Edison: As in, “Laughter is the best edison” and “A taste of your own edison.” Note: Thomas Edison is a scientist famous for inventing the lightbulb (subnote: we understand there’s a lot of controversy around Edison and Tesla. We’d have included Tesla in this list above Edison, but couldn’t find any related puns).
  • Ampere: Ampere is the base unit of electric current. Here are related puns:
    • Empire → Ampere: As in, “Ampere state building” and “Ampere state of mind” and “The ampere strikes back.”
    • I’m here → Ampere: As in, “Ampere and I’m not leaving!”
  • Single → Signal: As in, “All the signal ladies” and “In signal file” and “Every journal starts with a signal step.” Note: This is a reference to electrical signals.
  • Meter: Here are some puns related to electrical meters:
    • Meet her →  Meter: As in, “Would you like to meter?”
    • Matter → Meter: As in, “As a meter of fact” and “Family meters” and “Get to the heart of the meter” and “Grey meter” and “Making meters worse” and “A meter of life and death.”
  • Wave: Here are some wave power-related puns:
    • Weave → Wave: As in, “Wave a tangled web.”
    • Brave → Wave: As in, “Wave as a lion” and “Wave new world” and “Wave the elements” and “Fortune favours the wave.”
    • Grave → Wave: As in, “Silent as the wave” and “Dance on someone’s wave” and “From the cradle to the wave.”
    • Save → Waved: As in, “Wave for a rainy day” and “Wave the day” and “Wave the day.”
    • Rave → Wave: As in, “Rant and wave” and “Wave review.”
  • Burn: Here are some puns on electrical burns:
    • Bun → Burn: As in, “Burn in the oven” and “Think outside the burn” and “We’re going to need bigger burns.”
    • Born → Burn: As in, “A star is burn” and “Naked as the day you were burn” and “Burn to fly” and “Burn under a bad sign” and “Burn again.”
    • Earn → Burn: As in, “Burn an honest penny” and “Burn your stripes” and “Burn your wings.”
    • Learn → Burn: As in, “A little burning is a dangerous thing” and “Burn the ropes” and “Never too late to burn” and “Burning curve” and “Live and burn.”
    • Turn → Burn: As in, “A burn for the worse” and “Twists and burns” and “About burn” and “As soon as my back is burned” and “Do a good burn.”
  • Razor → Taser: As in, “On a taser’s edge” and “Taser sharp.”
  • Fuse: Here are some puns related to electrical fuses:
    • Blues → Fuse: As in, “Got the fuse” and “Baby fuse.”
    • Choose → Fuse: As in, “Fuse your weapon” and “Pick and fuse.”
    • Cruise → Cues: As in, “Booze fuse” and “Fuse control” and “World fuse.”
    • Dues → Fuse: As in, “Pay your fuse.”
    • Lose → Fuse: As in, “Don’t fuse any sleep over it” and “Got nothing to fuse” and “Tails you fuse” and “Fuse control.”
    • News → Fuse: As in, “Bad fuse travels fast” and “Break the fuse” and “Breaking fuse” and “Have I got fuse for you” and “No fuse is good fuse.”
    • Use → Fuse: As in, “Be careful how you fuse it” and “Get fused to it” and “Not half the person I fused to be.”
  • Can do it → Conduit: As in, “You conduit!” Note: A conduit is a protective cover for electric cables.

    Electricity-Related Words

    To help you come up with your own electricity puns, here’s a list of related words to get you on your way. If you come up with any new puns or related words, please feel free to share them in the comments!

    electricity, electric, electrical, electronic, charge, charged, charging, juice, juiced, positive, negative, battery, energy, power, lightning, static, generator, generate, current, conduct, conductor, station, motor, grid, shock, transistor, volt, voltage, joule, electrode, renewable, watt, kilowatt, utility, utilities, electron, circuit, resistance, outage, copper, machine, electrician, supply, amp, transmission, system, atom, diode, ohm, transformer, wire, live, light, magnet, resistor, switch, output, input, generate, short, station, zap, flow, metal, matter, ion, spark, cell (battery), field, appliance, transformer, transducer, anode, physics, mains, wired, cable, inverter, force, diode, surge, jolt, leyden jar, science, tesla, edison, galileo, kelvin, hertz, einstein, silicon, chip, processor, memory, proton, attract, repel, particle, insulate, insulator, ampere, signal, direct, alternating, capacitor, meter, wave, burn, taser, power plant, fuse, conduit

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