In our word list overview you can find lots of different word lists for word games like Scrabble, Words With Friends, Wordfeud, Word Mole and many more. To find a word, every list can be navigated letter by letter. Now there is a new list for palindromes!
- go to the alphabetic palindrome list
What are palindromes?
Palindromes are words or sentences that may be read the same way in either direction. The word palindrome roots from the Greek palin (πάλιν; again) and dromos (δρóμος; way, direction). This is an example of a palindrome sentence:
On a clover, if alive, erupts a vast, pure evil; a fire volcano.
Some palindromes are for example: rotator, madam or level. To discover more palindromes surf through our alphabetic list.
How can I search for palindromes?
You can surf through our alphabetic palindrome word list starting with the first letter. It is designed to guide you to every palindrome we have information about in just a few clicks. Showing you not only the next possible letter combinations but also some sample results, you can easily discover new words with this index.
If you like to play a palindrome in a word game, the following feature will be useful to know:
Click on one of the palindromes and find out more about their scores when using them in a word game or which word game allows them. Each search result displays the points that can be earned depending on which word game you are playing. The word games Scrabble, Wordfeud, or Words With Friends are using different scoring systems.
Explore the references to understand grammar and meaning of the palindromes. There are external links to Wikipedia, Wiktionary etc. for every word you can find in the word list.