One- and Two-Word Palindromes

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A palindrome is a word or phrase that reads the same in both directions. The word palindrome is derived from the Greek word palíndromos, which means "running back again". Examples of one-word palindromes include "eye" and "did". Two-word palindromes include "edit/tide" and "lived/devil". This Demonstration shows all the English palindromes that can be found using Mathematica's integrated dictionary.

Contributed by: Frederick Wu (March 2011)
Additional contributions by: Sidong Zeng
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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For more information on palindromes, see the Wikipedia entry.



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