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Palindromes were also found in the ancient Greek language and in ancient Sanskrit, so obviously people have been having quite a lot of fun with these unique words for quite a long time.

Another aspect of the palindrome is that it is able to reproduce itself. If a word is formed from the first letters and then from the second, the third and the forth it can then be arranged into a word square. A word square can be read in four different ways either horizontally, vertically from and from left to bottom right or visa versa.

Samples of Palindromes:

The longest single word palindrome in the English language contains nine letters and is “stratagem" meaning mega tarts. Other fun palindromes exist such as:

Single Word Palindromes:

Anna
Civic
Kayak
Level
Madam
Mom
Noon
Racecar
Radar
Redder
Refer
Repaper
Rotator
Rotor
Sagas
Solos
Stats
Tenet
Wow

Multiple Word Palindromes:

Don't nod.
I did, did I?
My gym
Red rum, sir, is murder
Step on no pets
Top spot
Was it a cat I saw?
Eva, can I see bees in a cave?
No lemon, no melon

Source: Your Dictionary
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manicpuzzler

Morning Lori, thought you would like that :)))

farrell

ha ha ha!! ~ Great one Bonnie! :))

manicpuzzler

I love the cat too, perhaps he can help us catch the...

Oozy rat in a sanitary zoo

farrell

I like mega tarts & red rum! ~ thnx Bib ~ Lori

nette, I like your new avatar! Now, if your last initial is 'N', then you'd be a palindrome too! ☺

nette10

Clever post..... love the cat! :o)

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