19 Words You Never Realized Are the Same Backwards and Forwards

19 Words


TATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMEveryone has heard of the famous palindrome example of “racecar,” which is spelled the same backwards and forwards. But what if we told you we have 18 more words that you probably never realized are palindromes?

DeifiedTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMThis basically means to treat or worship someone or something like a god.

LevelTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMWhether this is used as a noun, adjective, or verb, it’s pretty self-explanatory. (If we use it as a noun,

LemelTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMA lemel is a small shaving of metal like gold and silver. This term is typically used in jewelry stores.

MadamTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMIf you’re looking to address a woman respectfully, this is the word to use.

MinimTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMA minim is the measurement used to describe about one drop of liquid.

MurdrumTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMMurdrum is the crime of killing somebody unknown. This act is very secretive.

MomTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMMother, mommy, madre, mami, mama—you get the idea. Here are some quotes about moms that’ll make you want to call yours.

NoonTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMAs in the best part of the work/school day: lunchtime! Here are some healthy lunch ideas for the whole family.

RadarTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMMaybe you’re talking about electronics, maybe you’re talking about your sense of awareness. Regardless, palindromes are definitely on our radar right now.

ReferTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMIf someone refers you to somebody else, you probably did a great job at something.

RotatorTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMThe word “rotator” speaks for itself. Its job is to rotate and/or to rotate something.

RotavatorTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMGardeners should know what this piece of equipment is. (Check out this gardening secrets for starting seeds.)

TATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMA saga is basically a fancy name for a long story.


This is the plural of an act that is performed by one person.

TenetTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMA tenet is a belief, principle, or opinion.

WowTATIANA AYAZO /RD.COMAs in, “wow” that’s a lot of palindromes.
Source: rd.com 

  • Jennifer

    Hahaha ! Interesting