Anagrams can be fun.
1 Can you make one word out of the letters in ' new door? '
The letters in newdoor = the letters in oneword
Five different shop name anagrams!
2 When is enough not enough?
When it is one hug......
Everybody knows that one hug is not enough!
3 A triple Anagram
Parental means "pertaining to the influence of a parent."
Paternal means "pertaining to the influence of a father."
Prenatal certainly involves the influence of a mother!
4 A Shakespearian Anagram
"To be or not to be, that is the question,
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune...."
The above is an exact anagram of the following:
" In one of the Bard's best-thought-of tragedies,
Our insistent hero, Hamlet, queries on two fronts
About how life turns rotten."
5 Here are some examples of words or phrases which provide us with apt anagrams!
An aisle Is a lane
A decimal point Im a dot in place
Departed this life He's left it, Dead: R. I. P.
Desperation A rope ends it
Disintegration A rotting inside
Fourth of July Joyful Fourth
H.M.S. Pinafore Name for ship
Incomprehensible Problem in Chinese
Metaphysicians Mystics in a heap
Miscalculation I call a miscount
The nudist colony No untidy clothes
Old England Golden land
The Postmaster-General He's letter-post manager
Prosperity Is property
A shoplifter Has to pilfer
Slot machines Cash lost in 'em
Upholsterers Restore plush
6 Mathematical Anagrams, in English and Spanish
ELEVEN+ TWO = TWELVE + ONE
CATORCE + UNO (14 + 1 ) = ONCE + CUATRO (11+ 4 )
DOCE + TRES ( 12 + 3 ) = TRECE + DOS (13+ 2 )
7 A Latin Anagram from the Bible Story
Pilate asked Jesus, prior to His crucifixion,
QUID EST VERITAS? ("What is Truth?")
To this Christ made no answer, but the answer is an anagram of the question.
"EST VIR QUI ADEST."
(It is the Man who stands before you)
Finally, an anagram of ANAGRAMS is ARS MAGNA, "The Great Art."
Do you agree?