Palindrome

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A palindrome is a word, sentence, or number that reads the same from left to right as from right to left.[1][2] Punctuation does not matter, but letters and digits do. All alphabetic languages have palindromes.

Examples of Palindromes[change | change source]

Words[change | change source]

  • Mum
  • mom
  • Dad
  • Deed
  • Level
  • Pop
  • Nun
  • Bib
  • Wow
  • Racecar
  • Madam
  • Radar
  • Malayalam
  • Nitin
  • Kayak
  • eye
  • tot
  • bob

Sentences[change | change source]

  • Was it a cat I saw?
  • Do geese see God?
  • Rats live on no evil star.
  • Never odd or even.
  • Madam, I'm Adam.
  • Hang a salami I'm a lasagna hog
  • Top stop

Numbers[change | change source]

  • 11
  • 121
  • 212
  • 232
  • 353
  • 454
  • 9009
  • 56065
  • 121121

References[change | change source]

  1. Palindrome. Definition at Mirriam-Webster.
  2. Palindrome. Definition at Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Other websites[change | change source]

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