Court Reporter Word Fun – Palindromes

Court Reporter Word Fun – Palindromes As court reporters, transcripts and words are the core of what we provide for clients. Knowledge of words, and their meaning, is a significant part of ensuring accurate creation of transcripts for discoveries, depositions, trials and hearings. The better we understand the meanings of words, the easier it makes our jobs. That’s why we are always fascinated with words, or word games. Take for example, palindromes. Palindromes are character-units that read the same backward as forward. Palindromes is derived from the Greek words, “palin,” meaning again, and “drom” – from “dramien,” meaning, to run. Now here are some examples. Many of these you will say, Geez, I should have been able to guess a bunch of these without seeing them. But just for fun, here they are. Racecar – bet you didn’t guess that as one of your words to start! Civic – relating to a city or town, especially its administration. Deified – to treat or worship. Level – pretty self explanatory. Lemel – a small shaving of metal, such as gold or silver. Usually used relating to jewellery. Madam – used to address or refer to a woman in a polite, formal, or respective way. Minim – measurement used to describe one drop of liquid. Murdrum – is the act of killing someone unknown. The act is very secretive. Mom – OK, too easy! We should all know this one! Noon – this one is pretty easy as well. Radar – system that sends out pulses to detect distance, speed and direction of objects. Refer – to mention or allude to something....