Your Name Anagrammer
Anagram Your NameYou can anagram your neighbor or your cat, anything really :)
What is an anagram? An anagram is formed when letters in a name, word or phrase are rearranged into another name, word or phrase. The new word has the exact same number of letters as the original word. You may use the original letters only once in the formation of the new word. Creativity abounds once you get really good at forming anagrams because the new words could consequently describe the word or personal characteristics of a particular person you know or even a celebrity. For example, a funny anagram of George Bush is 'he bugs Gore'. A clever anagram of Tom Cruise is 'I'm so cuter'.
Anagrammer - is an anagram of "ranger mama" or "near gramma"
George Bush - is an anagram of "he bugs Gore"
Bob Marley - is an anagram of "Marble Boy"
Funeral - is an anagram of "Real Fun"
The Eyes - is an anagram for "They See"
Bruce Springsteen - is an anagram for "Creep brings tunes"
Debit Card - is an anagram for "Bad Credit"
The results could be surprising with anagrams because they could also result in synonyms or antonyms of words. For example, the anagram for the word 'funeral' is 'real fun' and the anagram for the word 'listen' is 'silent'. Some people think that anagrams hold secret clues within a name or word or they can predict personal characteristics or real world event outcomes. An example of this is the anagram for Princess Diana, which is 'a car spin is end'. Regardless of whether you believe in secret meanings or mere coincidences, you can discover the results of the anagram of your name or any other words or phrases.
There are many word games that are based off of using anagrams. Scrabble, Words With Friends, and Boggle are just some of the games in which letters are rearranged and shuffled to form new words. Anagram word play games can be fun and educational for both kids and adults who want to learn new words by unravelling mystery words. With Anagrammer, the possibilities are endless and the fun has just begun. Tell Mr. Anagrammer if you found an interesting anagram with your name, or share it on Facebook, Twitter with hashtag #anagrammer.