Who knows ninety-two?
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צב (gematria 92) is used Biblically to mean "covered", usually a covered wagon.
I assume it's based on that that later usage (including modern-day Hebrew) uses it to mean a turtle!
I'm unsure whether the Mishnaic usage is "turtle" or "toad." Something you'd confuse with a frog, what it sounds like.