Proj. in com. for i.t. (gallego)

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Published on March 5, 2014

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is a word, phrase, number, or other sequence of symbols or elements, whose meaning may be interpreted the same way in either forward or reverse direction.

 Palindromes date back at least to 79 AD, as a palindrome was found as a graffito at Herculaneum, a city buried by ash in that year. This palindrome, called the Sator Square, consists of a sentence written in Latin: "Sator Arepo Tenet Opera Rotas" ("The sower Arepo holds with effort the wheels").

 tattarrattat– the longest palindrome in the Oxford English Dictionary, coined by James Joyce in Ulysses for a knock on the door

   aibohphobia – a joke word meaning "fear of palindromes", deliberately constructed so as to be one (various other words have been contrived along these lines, such as ailihphilia, a love of palindromes, elihphile, a lover of palindromes, etc.) detartrated – past tense of “to detartrate”, a chemical term meaning to remove tartrates; alternatively an adjective indicating that tartrates have indeed been removed (this is the longest English palindrome in the Guinness Book of Records, though it is not listed in dictionaries; it is, however, encountered in some discussions of Concord grape juice ) kinnikinnik – variant (or common misspelling) of kinnikinnick, a Native American smoking mixture

      deleveled - something that goes out of level evitative – a grammatical case indicating fear or aversion Malayalam – a language of South India redivider – someone or something that redivides (tied for longest "real" palindrome that is not a proper noun and that appears in English dictionaries) releveler – (American spelling) someone or something that levels again (tied for longest "real" palindrome that is not a proper noun and that appears in English dictionaries). Rotavator – a type of machine for breaking up soil (trademark)

         Adinida– a suborder of planktonic organisms deified – past tense of "to deify", meaning to consider as a god Hagigah murdrum – in old English law, a secret killing Nauruan – the language spoken in Nauru peeweep – a type of bird, often understood to be a lapwing racecar – a racing car Reifier – someone who reifies (considers an abstract concept to be real) repaper – to cover again with paper

        reviver – someone or something that revives or restores rotator – a thing that rotates seities – plural of seity, the essence of an individual sememes – plural of sememe, the interpretation given to a morpheme (a language unit) Senones – an ancient people who lived in part of what is now France SIXAXIS – the name of the official PlayStation 3 controller Soosoos – plural of soosoo, a type of dolphin Zerorez - Registered trademark for a carpet cleaning system (from Zero residue)

         degged - past tense of to deg, meaning to water a plant denned – past tense of to den, meaning to live in a den hallah – a variant of challah, a type of bread traditionally eaten by Jews Hannah - a female given name mallam – in West Africa, a learned man marram – a type of grass pip-pip – an old-fashioned British word for good-bye pull-up or pullup – an exercise in which one pulls oneself up by the arms redder – more red

        renner – an archaic variant of runner revver – someone or something that revs (an engine) selles – plural of selle, an archaic word for a saddle sesses – plural or third-person present tense of sess, an archaic word for tax (a variant of assess) succus – any of various liquids excreted by animals or plants Terret – a metal ring on a harness, through which the reins pass tirrit – according to Webster’s Dictionary (1913): "A word from the vocabulary of Mrs. Quickly, the hostess in Shakespeare’s Henry IV., probably meaning terror" tut-tut – a disapproving sound; to make such a sound

        alala – a type of Hawaiian crow alula – a structure forming part of a bird’s wing arara – a type of Australian cockatoo; also a Brazilian macaw civic – relating to a city Debed – to remove someone from a bed deked – past tense of "to deke", meaning to deceive (especially in ice hockey) deled – past tense of "to dele", meaning to delete (a passage of text) dered – past tense of "to dere", an archaic word meaning to harm

         Dewed – past tense of "to dew", meaning to cover with dew dexed – past tense of "to dex", meaning to drink robotussin Hamah – variant of Hama, a city in Syria Igigi – a class of Sumerian gods irori - traditional Japanese sunken fireplace kaiak – variant of kayak Kanak – a native of New Caledonia; also, short for Kanakaole i.e. Hawaiian surname kayak – a light Inuit canoe Kazak – a member of a people inhabiting the central Asian republic of Kazakhstan; their language

         kelek – a type of raft used in the Middle East level – various common meanings Liril – a cosmetic soap popular in India madam – a polite form of address for a woman minim – a musical note having half the duration of a full note neven – "To name; to mention; to utter. [Obs.]" (definition from Webster’s Dictionary, 1913) put-up – deceitful, as in a put-up job radar – a method of detecting objects using radio waves (acronym from Radio Detection And Ranging, so it’s self-defining too - i. e., the word "bounces back" like a radar signal) refer – various common meanings

         rotor – something that rotates sagas – plural of saga, a long narrative story semes – plural of seme, a linguistic element seres – plural of sere, a series of stages of ecological development sexes – plural of sex shahs – plural of shah, a former name for the king of Iran Sinis – variant of siris (q.v.) siris – a type of tree; (with cap.) a figure in Greek mythology solos – plural of solo

      stats – contraction of statistics stets – third-person present tense of "to stet", meaning to indicate that a passage of text should remain unchanged stots – third-person present tense of "to stot", meaning to leap or bounce sulus – plural of sulu, a type of sarong Susus – plural of Susu, a member of a West African people tenet – a belief or principle

        adda – a type of lizard; Adda – a river in Italy; a river in Wales affa – "A weight used on the Guinea coast, equal to an ounce" (definition from Webster’s Dictionary, 1828) anna – an Indian coin Anna – a girl’s name Beeb – an informal name for the BBC boob – a blunder; a breast deed – various common meanings

              esse – existence or essence goog – an egg (Australian slang) immi – a Swiss unit of volume keek – to peep kook – a crazy person ma'am – a contraction of madam naan – a type of Indian bread noon – midday otto – variant of attar, an essential oil Otto - a proper name peep – various common meanings poop – a raised deck at the stern of a ship; various other meanings sees – third-person present tense of ‘to see’ toot – the sound made by a horn or whistle

       aba – a fabric woven of the hair of camels or goats aga – title for a civil or military leader, especially in Turkey aha – used to express surprise, pleasure or triumph ala – a wing or winglike structure or part ama – a housemaid, especially a wet nurse, in India and the Far East ana – a collection of various materials that reflect the character of a person or place, e.g. "early 1900’s Americana" Ara – a star constellation; a genus of macaws

         ava – a species of Macropiper (M. methysticum), the long pepper, from the root of which an intoxicating beverage is made by the Polynesians Ava - a girl's name awa – away (Official Scrabble Players Dictionary) bib – a piece of cloth or plastic secured under the chin and worn, especially by small children, to protect the clothing while eating bob – to float on the surface of water Bob – shortened form of Robert, a boy’s name bub – used as a term of familiar address, especially for a man or boy ('See you around, bub.’) dad – father did – past tense of the verb "do"

          dud – something that doesn't work or succeed eke – to obtain by great effort eme – a distinctive unit of linguistic structure ere – before (archaic or poetic) eve – the period immediately preceding a certain event Eve – a girl’s name ewe – a female sheep (ovine) eye – the usual organ of sight gag – something forced into or put over the mouth to prevent speaking or crying out; the act or an instance of gagging or choking gig – a music event; also, a light two-wheeled carriage

           gog – roof, covering hah – a variation of "Ha!" heh – used to express contempt; part of a snigger ("heh-heh") huh – used to express interrogation, surprise, contempt or indifference mim – demure mom – mother (American) mum – mother (British); a reference to silence (usually with "keep"; British) nan – a variation of "nanny" non – a prefix meaning "not" or "against" nun – a female clergyman who practices celibacy oho – used to express surprise, comprehension, or mock astonishment

           omo – prefix; shoulder: omohyoid; also, a brand of washing powder sometimes used as the generic term for all washing powder ono – "grief or strength or iniquity of him" (Easton’s 1897 Bible Dictionary) oxo – oxime pap – a food made with warm milk and crumbled bread pep – energy and high spirits pip – a seed; also, to get the better of pop – a cola; also, to burst pup – the young of any of various mammals sis – shortened form of "sister" sos – plural of "so", the fifth tone of the diatonic scale in music tat – tattoo

       tet – the ninth letter of the Hebrew alphabet tit – a small bird (British); a breast (slang) tot – a small child; a small quantity of liquid tut – used to express annoyance, impatience or mild reproof ("Tut, tut, child!") wow – used to express amazement yay – used to express happiness/delight zzz – the sound of snoring

    aa – lava having a rough surface (pron. a’a’) ee – an extinct Hawaiian bird (pron. e’e’) mm – used to express satisfaction oo – a rare Hawaiian bird (pronounced "ohoh"); also a Scottish word for "wool"; also "one" (obs. Chaucerian English)

 http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Palindrome

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