Definition of Anagrammatically. Meaning of Anagrammatically. Synonyms of Anagrammatically

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Definition of Anagrammatically

Anagrammatically
Anagrammatic An`a*gram*mat"ic, Anagrammatical An`a*gram*mat"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. anagramtique.] Pertaining to, containing, or making, an anagram. -- An`a*gram*mat"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Anagrammatically from wikipedia

- Anagrammatic poetry is poetry with the constrained form that either each line or each verse is an anagram of all other lines or verses in the poem. A poet...
- immaculata (Latin: Serene virgin, pious, clean and spotless), and the anagrammatic answer to Pilate's question, Quid est veritas? (Latin: What is truth...
- both the novel and the film, uses Leigh's name as the first name, and anagrammatically derives his last name from Baigent's. Mr Justice Peter Smith found...
- matter, Nabokov intended to publish it pseudonymously (although the anagrammatic character Vivian Darkbloom would tip off the alert reader). The m****cript...
- constituent a spelling pronunciation, the second a 19th-century folk-anagrammatic adaptation of French longue. The modern chaise longue was first po****rised...
- London Underground anagram map is a parody map of the London Underground with the station and line names replaced with anagrams. The anagram map was circulated...
- Thoinot Arbeau is the anagrammatic pen name of French cleric Jehan Tabourot (March 17, 1520 – July 23, 1595). Tabourot is most famous for his Orchésographie...
- Delaware by Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze. The poem is noted for being an anagrammatic poem – in this case, a 14-line rhyming sonnet in which every line is...
- family's home town in the Poitou region. Richard Holmes supports the anagrammatic derivation of the name, but adds that a writer such as Voltaire would...
- unlucky. When viewed as the Roman numeral, XVII, it is then changed anagrammatically to VIXI, which in the Latin language translates to "I lived", the perfect...
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