<this proper name> consists (like the title) of three consecutive palindromic triads.
It might depict a person, a place, a title or an event.
Find it and comment about it.
so, first I found a website that did a crawl of the entire Wikipedia website and collected data on all available terms/concepts. There were 2,971,068 terms. I then narrowed this down to those with 9 characters in them. This brought the list down to 104,764. I then looked at the first, middle, and last 3 characters and filtered down to those where each of the 3 sets are palindromes. This brought me down to the following list of 11 terms:
As you can see, most of these are year ranges, so we are left with 3 proper names
Now you may wish to exclude Adam Mojo as it uses the space to form the middle palindrome "m M".
Adam Mojo is the name of a graphic designer who worked on various Star Trek projects
Agamemnon is a character from Greek mythology
Analalava is a coastal town in Madagascar
Edited on March 24, 2017, 9:02 am
Posted by Daniel
on 2017-03-24 09:01:15