MEANING: noun: A word or phrase written in a manner that it reads the same (sometimes, a different word or phrase) when oriented in a different way, for example, when reflected or rotated.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin ambi- (both) + -gram (something written). Earliest documented use: 1985.

(look up Scott Kim for more on the subject of Ambigrams!)

AMBIGAM - kick equally well with left and right leg

AMEBIGRAM - letter to a one-celled protozoan

AMIGRAM - Son, did your wife give birth yet?