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Posted 24 September 2007 - 11:21 AM

Anagrams are words or phrases made by mixing up the letters of other words or phrases, e.g. THE EYES is an anagram of THEY SEE. Here are some more good ones: o

Debit card = Bad credit
Halley's Comet = Shall yet come
Punishment = Nine Thumps
Dormitory = Dirty room
Astronomer = Moon starer
The Hurricanes = These churn air
Schoolmaster = The classroom


Here are some of the funniest and best anagrams ever found. They are mostly well-known amongst anagrammists. o

These are short cognate anagrams, often with a humorous link between the word/phrase and its anagram. o

Mother-in-law = Woman Hitler
by Henry C. Wiltbank of New York, 1936
The earthquakes = That queer shake
Debit card = :love32: Bad credit
by Mike Morton
Slot machines = Cash lost in 'em
School master = The classroom
Eleven plus two = ;) Twelve plus one
by Melvin O. Wellman of Michigan, 1948. Has also been attributed to Martin Gardner
Dormitory = Dirty room
by Rev. Theodore Hoagland of Moscow, Idaho, 1899
Punishment = Nine Thumps
printed in Farmer's Almanack, Boston, 1821
Desperation = A rope ends it
by H. H. Bailey of London, 1920
The Morse code = Here come dots
Snooze alarms = Alas! No more Zs
by Mark Oshin of Oregon, 1982
A decimal point = I'm a dot in place
Astronomer = Moon starer
printed in plural form in Farmer's Almanack, Boston, 1821
Fir cones = Conifers
The eyes = They see
by William Grossman of New York, 1896
Payment received = :rose: Every cent paid me
by George B. King of Pennsylvania, 1897
Conversation = Voices rant on
The public art galleries = Large picture halls, I bet
Election results = Lies – let's recount
by Tom Myers
Halley's Comet = Shall yet come
by Mary C. Snyder of Springfield, Illinois, 1910
The Hurricanes = These churn air
by Eric Bodin of Norfolk, Virginia, 1965

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 05:21 PM

does anybody know the anagram of:
O, Draconian devil!
Oh, lame saint!
(كتير مشهورة...لازم حدا يعرفها..)

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 05:52 PM

لا والله فلور ماعرفتا..شو معناها؟
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Posted 24 September 2007 - 07:59 PM

ليش ما بتعرفو لـ Dan Brown؟
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Posted 24 September 2007 - 08:13 PM

:love32: فلااااااااااااااااااااااااااور

ملعوووووووووووووبة يا قطة !

وينيك يا صوفي تحليلها هالمعضلة !!!
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Posted 25 September 2007 - 12:30 AM

بعرفو.....قريت روايتو من سنة...شو هاي كانت وحدة من الألغاز تبع الرواية...ماعدت أتذكر مزبوط؟
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Posted 25 September 2007 - 05:53 AM

keane قال:

بعرفو.....قريت روايتو من سنة...شو هاي كانت وحدة من الألغاز تبع الرواية...ماعدت أتذكر مزبوط؟


إذا قريانلو فأكيد مو شيفرة دافنشي :rose: لأن الرواية كلها واقفة عهالسطرين :love32: !



O, Draconian devil ! = Leonardo da Vinci

Oh, lame saint! = The Monalisa


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Posted 25 September 2007 - 10:59 AM

لا والله دافنشي كود ماغيرها...;)...بعدين الرواية مانها واقفة عهالسطرين......في ألف لغز بعدو ..:rose:..

ماتواخذونا نسينا...:love32:
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Posted 25 September 2007 - 11:25 AM

There are several words used to describe different varieties of anagrams, particularly amongst the online anagramming community. Many of these words are not generally accepted words that you will find in dictionaries: o


Ambigram : An anagram which is ambiguously opposite to the original phrase, such as The Nuclear Regulatory Commission = your rules clone atomic nightmares

o "ambigram" was first coined by Sibyl (Judith Bagai), former editor of "The Enigma", according to O. V. Michaelsen in "Words At Play; Quips, Quirks & Oddities". o


Anigram or Animagram : An animation (usually in a computer format) showing the letters of a word or phrase moving as they rearrange to form an anagram.


o "anigram" was first coined by Tom Myers o
o "animagram" was first coined by Richard Brodie o

Antigram : An anagram which is antonymous of the original phrase, such as violence = nice love

o "antigram" was first coined by Sans Souci in "Ardmore Puzzler", Sept. 22, 1900, according to O. V. Michaelsen in "Words At Play; Quips, Quirks & Oddities". o

Pairagram : A transposed couplet in which the anagrams are linked in meaning, or form a sentence when juxtaposed. Examples are Elvis = lives and married = admirer


Pangram : Not really a variety of anagram, but included here because of the similarity in name and meaning. So called perfect pangrams are anagrams of the alphabet, e.g. abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz = Blowzy night-frumps vex'd Jack Q

Spamagram:A term used exclusively in the newsgroup alt.anagrams. Those who spam the newsgroup (i.e. post irrelevant messages) will find their words anagrammed by alt.anagrams regulars. The resulting anagrams are termed spamagrams.

o "spamagram" was first coined by Haynes Lee in 1997 in a posting to the newsgroups alt.anagrams, news.admin.net-abuse.email, and alt.humor.net-abuse. o

Synanagram : Single words that are anagrams of other single words, such as angered = enraged

o "synanagram" was first coined by Murray R. Pearce of North Dakota in "Word Ways; The Journal of Recreational Linguistics", Aug. 1971, according to O. V. Michaelsen in "Words At Play; Quips, Quirks & Oddities". o

Trianagram: Also called triplets, these are three-way anagrams such as mastering = emigrants = streaming

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