I have coined a new term in order to point out a phenomenon in the English language: the vowelindrome. A vowelindrome is a series of palindromes which result from the placement of a single letter immediately before and after each of the five vowels. After 26 trials and 24 errors, I have determined that there are only two vowelindromes, corresponding to the letters P and T.
Word Ways: Vol. 26
, Article 11.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol26/iss3/11