A palindrome is a word or sentence that reads the same forward as it does backward. The words a and I are perhaps the simplest and least interesting palindromes; the word racecar and the name Hannah are more interesting and illustrative. Neither spaces nor punctuation are usually taken into consideration when constructing sentences that are palindromes -- one of the most famous palindromes is A man, a plan, a canal, Panama -- but when the spaces are properly positioned as well, so much the better. An example would be the also famous palindrome Able was I ere I saw Elba, purportedly spoken by Napoleon, referring to his first sighting of Elba, the island where the British exiled him.
Palindromes are a type of palingram called letter palingrams. A palingram is a sentence in which the letters, syllables, or words read the same backward as they do forward. The sentence, "He was, was he?" is a word palingram, because the words can be placed in reverse order and still read the same. The sentence, "I did, did I?" is not only a word palingram but a letter palingram (or palindrome) as well.
A number of interesting palindromes are given below for your amusement. Can you make up your own?
ตัวอย่าง palindromes ที่เป็น Words, Phrases and Sentences
Aibohphobia Alula Cammac Civic Deified Deleveled Detartrated Devoved Dewed Evitative Hannah
A man, a plan, a canal: Panama
A dog, a plan, a canal: pagoda.
Bombard a drab mob.
Cain: a maniac.
Draw, O coward!
Able was I ere I saw Elba.
Animal loots foliated detail of stool lamina.
Anne, I vote more cars race Rome to Vienna.
Are we not drawn onward, we few, drawn onward to new era?
Are we not pure? "No sir!" Panama's moody Noriega brags. "It is garbage!" Irony dooms a man; a prisoner up to new era.
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