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Atbash is a simple substitution cipher.
It consists in substituting the first letter for the last, the second for one before last, and so on, reversing the alphabet.
Its name comes from the Hebrew alphabet, Aleph-Tav-Beth-Shin (i.e. AZBY).

A few English words 'Atbash' into other English words.
For example, "hob"="sly", "hold"="slow", "holy"="slob", "horn"="slim", "zoo"="all", "irk"="rip", "low"="old", "glow"="told", and "grog"="tilt".

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