What a palidrome is?

 


 

Let's learn!?

 

A question more usual twenty years ago. Nowadays, many people had find the answer.
The definition is simple and plain: WORD OR PHRASE WHICH IS POSSIBLE TO BE READ FROM RIGHT TO LEFT OR FROM LEFT TO RIGHT The G.E.C. finishes with an example:

SENÉN TÉ SIS NENS I SET NENES

 

(Senen has six sons and six daughters)

 

The more tipical in English is : A MAN, A PLAN, A CANAL, PANAMÁ



We also know palindromes as 'cap-i-cues', but this denomination is more appropiate for numbers with the same characteristics.

We can intend to create a palindrome searching for palindromic words:

ANNA - ARA - COC - LLULL - MIM - NAN - NIN - POP - REMER

 

(Anna - now - cooker - Llull - mimic - dwarf - puppet - octopus - rower)



After this, bifront words ( with a double meaning )

BROC/CORB - COLL/LLOC - DIVA/AVID - ILLA/ALLÍ - MOLL/LLOM LA/AL (2)

 

( Reel / raven - neck / site - goddess / eager - island / there - wet / loin - the / to (2) )



Simple combinations without sense:

ALLÀ PALLA - ALLÀ FALLA - ALLÀ DALLA - ARA FARÀ (4) - A IRUN/NÚRIA (1) - SORRAL/L'ARRÒS (3)

 

( There is straw - There is a fault - There is a scythe - Now will do... (4) - In Irun / Nuria (1) - Sandy ground / The rice (3))



Now, we make a phrase that makes sense with the numbered fragments:

(1) A IRUN

 

 

 

NÚRIA

(2) A IRUN

AL

 

 

LA NÚRIA

(3) A IRUN

AL SORRAL

 

L'ARRÒS

LA NÚRIA

(4) A IRUN

AL SORRAL

ARA FARÀ

L'ARRÒS

LA NÚRIA

 

( In Irun, in the sandy ground, Nuria will now cook the rice )



Another one:

LOCAL ARA DARÀ LA COL

 

( Local will now give the cabbage )



You can try to do something like this:

Allà, Gal, a Sort, - nu, tot àrid - el pagès ara sega (ple d'ira) tot un tros a la Gal-la.

 

( There, Gal, in Sort - naked, totally arid - the peasant farmer now harvest (wrathful) a entire piece to Gal-la )



If you reach it... you can be satisfied!


 

Palindromic images


The images which remember you different things from a different point of view. We can consider this images palindrome's "cousins". Click the icons to see an example of palindromic images:

Horse or frog?


Horse-frog

Young or old?


Young-aged

Reversibles

Faces

 

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