Palindrome in Portuguese language
A palindrome is a word, phrase, number or sentence that reads the same in either direction.
If you are called Ana, Oto, Hannah orRenner, your name is a palindrome. Backwards or forwards, it is spelled the same way.
Palindromes may consist of a single word: acaiaca, ala, anilina, arara, esse, iriri, mamam, matam, omo, osso, racificar, radar, reter, rever, reviver, sacas, salas, seres, saras, socos, sapas, solos, seles, somavamos, somos.
Palindromes may be phrase or sentence: A base do teto desaba.
Known palindromes in Portuguese are:
- A mala nada na lama (The suitcase swims in the mud)
- Ame a ema.
- Ame o poema.
- A miss é péssima!
- Amora me tem aroma.
- Amor é de Roma.
- Ana lava Lana.
- Erro comum ocorre (Common mistakes happen)
- Rola com o calor (It happens with the heat)
- Roma é amor.
- Roma me tem amor (Rome has love for me)
On the 20th of February 2002 it was 20:02 02/20 2002 (numeric palindrome) Peter Norwig created a computer program which generated the world’s longest palindrome. It consisted of 17,259 words. This is a simple sequence of words, but the text itself makes no sense.