Palindromes – A beautiful aspect of English language
The word palindrome is derived from the Greek language and means PALIN = AGAIN and DRAMEIN = RUN and means words or sentences that read the same forwards and backwards.
Single word examples:
Full sentence examples include:
MADAM I”M ADAM (Ignoring the punctuations)
A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL = PANAMA!
ABLE WAS I, ERE, I SAW ELBA
RATS LIVE ON NO EVIL STARS
NEVER ODD OR EVEN
WAS IT ELIOT”S TOILET I SAW?
CAMPUS MOTTO – BOTTOM”S UP MAC
DO GEESE SEE GOD?
Any more examples? Please post them.