Palindromes



Palindrome is a word, phrase, verse, or sentence that reads the same backward or forward.

This word is derived from the Greek palíndromos, meaning running back again (palín = AGAIN + drom–, drameîn = RUN).

Some simple examples are:

RACECAR
PIP
CIVIC
NUN
POP
RADAR
MADAM
TOOT
DEED
LEVEL
ROTOR
EYE

Palindromes as a form of wordplay have been created for many centuries.

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