anagram /ˈanəɡram/

a

I. noun

a word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another, such as spar, formed from rasp.
II. derivatives

1. anagrammatic /anəɡrəˈmatɪk /
adjective


2. anagrammatical
adjective


– origin late 16th cent.: from French anagramme or modern Latin anagramma, from Greek ana- ‘back, anew’ + gramma ‘letter’.

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