The longest one-word palindrome in any language, this 25-letter Finnish word means: the result from a measurement laboratory for tomatos.

Antidisestablishmentarianism would be great if not for two middling points:

1) You spent it incorrectly (I am the smartes man alive!) and
2) It is not a palindrome, that is, a word which is spelt the same both forwards and backwards and reflects somewhere in the middle.

Get out of my comics shop!

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Ruben says - this is a useless, silly node. I like it. However, your translation omits the first word, "solu", which means "cell" or "cellular". So the word does not entirely make sense, unless you assume that a "cellular tomato" is some strange breakthrough in genetics. Say, a big single-celled Killer Tomato.

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