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Palindromes

Includes questions related to words and phrases that are spelled the same backwards and forwards.

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Can you give me a 3 letter palindrome for the word energy?

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"eye" is a 3 letter palindrome for the word energy.

What is a palindrome for a type of flower?

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One example of a flower name that is a palindrome is "deed" which is a type of orchid.

What is a palindrome for energy?

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A palindrome for "energy" would be "yrgen."

What is a palindrome used to say time for lunch?

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How about Noon - I admit it does not itself imply food.

What is palindrome related to citizenship?

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There is no direct relationship between palindromes and citizenship. A palindrome is a word, phrase, number, or sequence of characters that reads the same forward and backward. Citizenship, on the other hand, refers to the legal status of being a member of a particular country with associated rights and responsibilities.

What is the palindrome term for related to citizenship?

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The palindrome term for related to citizenship is civic.

What is a palindrome of a fathers nickname?

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A palindrome of a father's nickname is a word or phrase that reads the same forwards and backwards. An example could be "Pop" or "Dad."

What is palindrome for related to citizenship?

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A palindrome for "related to citizenship" could be "National."

What do we call words that are the same forwards and backwards?

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Words that are the same forwards and backwards are called palindromes.

What is a palindrome for a citizenship?

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A palindrome for a citizenship could be "able was I ere I saw elba," which means "I was able to see Elba before I saw it."

What is a Palindrome to look furtively?

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A Palindrome to look furtively is "sneak a peek."

What is the palindrome of related to citizenship?

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The palindrome of "related to citizenship" would be "hip gnizi tic ot detaler."

Is alliteration an onomatopoeia cognate palindrome or an eponym?

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Alliteration is a literary device where the initial consonant sounds are repeated in close proximity in a phrase or sentence. It is not an onomatopoeia, cognate, palindrome, or eponym.

Palindrome of genders?

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Palindrome of genders: "sredneg".

Palindrome for related to citizenship?

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A palindrome for "citizenship" could be: "hipcitizentic".

What is palindrome word sound of a horn?

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The palindrome word for the sound of a horn is "toot."

Is the word river an example of palindrom?

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No, the word "river" is not a palindrome because it is not spelled the same way backward. To be a palindrome, a word must be the same when read forwards and backwards.

What is a palindrome for a sound of horn?

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"Too hot to hoot."

What is a palindrome for the word related to citizenship?

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The word "civic" is a palindrome for the word related to citizenship.

What is the palindrome of genders?

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The palindrome of "genders" is "sredneg." Palindromes are words or phrases that read the same backward as forward.

What is palindrome for relating to a city and citizenship?

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A palindrome for relating to a city and citizenship could be "civic." This word is a palindrome and is often associated with cities and civic duties related to citizenship.

What is a palindromes from an eskimo caneo?

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A palindrome from an eskimo canoe is "kayak".

What is a lads sis?

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"Lads sis" seems to be a slang term that combines "lads" (a British term for a group of male friends) with "sis" (short for sister). It may be used in a playful or informal way to refer to a female friend within a group of male friends.