Q: What is an example for palidrome?

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Yes, if you subtract one.

No, it is a ditloid for 7 Days of the Week.

It is not possible since a palindrome, by definition, requires the last digit to be the same as the first.

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The palidrome for the name of a woman in the Old Testament is "Hannah".

It is called a semordilap which is backwards for palidromes. An example of a palidrome is kayak which is the same when read both forwards and backwards. An example of a semordilap is dog and G-d which use the same letters when read forwards or backwards but are obviously different words.

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