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In Hebrew, the determiner "both" is not a single word. It is constructed by the combination of (1)determinative form of the word "two" שני/שתי (shnei/shtei - m/f) with (2)a suffix, which also vary according to the sex and the person of the subject: -nu, -khem/-khen, -hem/-hen).

("Two" - shnaim/shtaim m/f) Liso 19:05, 16 February 2007 (UTC)

expression "both... and..."[edit]

Should this expression be a separate sense? Anatoli 23:33, 23 August 2009 (UTC)