Palindrome

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A palindrome is a word, phrase, sentence (grammar), or number that can be read the same backwards and forwards.

Examples

  • Bob
  • Racecar
  • Madam, I'm Adam
  • Madam, in Eden I'm Adam
  • A man, a plan, a canal, Panama
  • 1858581
  • Lived on Decaf, faced no Devil
  • Star buttons, not tub rats
  • Able was I, ere I saw Elba.
  • Sit on a potato pan, Otis
  • No, sir, away! A papaya war is on!
  • Sator Arepo Tenet Opera Rotas[1]
  • Nelli plaatst op 'n parterretrap 'n pot staalpillen (Dutch: Nelli places a jar of iron pills on the downfloor stairs)
  • Lladd dafad ddall (Welsh: Kill a blind sheep)
  • No devil lived on
  • Evil odes or prose do live

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References

  1. Roman grafitto found in Herculaneum which also forms a word square.
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