Meaning and Definition of Anagram | Concept and What is.

What is an Anagram?

An anagram is a technique of writing words, rearranging the letters of these using only characters that make it up. Anagrams are often expressed using the century "=" in way of separating the original content of the resulting anagram (for example Rome = love). However, at a more advanced level the goal is to discover the true meaning of the word written in the form of anagram.

Historically, considered them to the Hebrews as the first people to use the logo, which you can see through the schemers, who aseveraban that "the secret of the mysteries lie in the numbers of letters". It is also well known that the Greeks and Romans used this technique of writing. The latter referred to the "ars magna" as the art of find or decipher anagrams. Later, in the middle ages, these acquired great importance among the legal people, who considered the decipherment an entertaining pastime. Throughout history, the anagrams were used even so some literati used pseudonyms (for example Vladimir Nabokov = Vivian Darkbloom"). Also within the same artistic genre, many writers have used this technique in his writings to refer to people which is considered unpleasant, in order to avoid problems later. Also renowned 17TH-century astronomers like Galileo Galilei Italian and English Robert Hooke used them to refer to some of their discoveries to avoid conflicts that could arise between the world of scientific discovery and the clerical world. Before the entrance of the computers in the universal history, the anagram was carried out manually, using paper and pencil. However, with the entrance to the cyber-age, there are specially created computer programs to build is historical writing technique. In this way an anagram Server manages a database of words, where the person concerned enter a Word and the server produces all possible combinations to encode it.

Today the anagram has gained relative importance in the world of cinema and best sellers. It is as well as for example in the book "The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown, who was subsequently taken to the film industry, cited an anagram which gives rise to the discovery of a known by some mystery few.
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