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Atbash Cipher, The

Code, using Hebrew letters, in which each letter is exchanged for an equidistant letter (DVC, 303-04). For example, in the English alphabet, a z (last letter) would be substituted for an a (first letter). A y (second from the end) would be substituted for a b (second from the beginning). Atbash (technically A, T-B, Sh) comes from the Hebrew letters Aleph, Taw, Beth, and S hin. See also Hebrew.



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