Later this 12 months, we’ll have much more palindrome dates — beginning with 12/1/21 and going till 12/9/21.
For people who use the DD/MM/YY format — like in the UK — there will not be any such palindrome enjoyable.
But in 100 years, we’ll have one other date that shall be a palindrome date in all codecs: 12/12/2121.
Palindromes can be phrases, comparable to “rats live on no evil star,” “never odd or even” and “a man, a plan, a canal, Panama.” The phrase “A Toyota’s a Toyota” can proceed as a palindrome ceaselessly, as in, “A Toyota’s a Toyota’s a Toyota…”
Palindrome comes from the Greek phrases “palin,” which suggests “again, back” and “dromos,” which means “running,” in line with Dictionary.com. A palindrome, then, is a phrase or phrase that runs again on itself.
Emma Reynolds contributed to this report.