twal

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Maltese

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Root
t-w-l
9 terms

Pronunciation

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Verb

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twal (imperfect jitwal, past participle mutwal)

  1. to become long, tall

Conjugation

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    Conjugation of twal
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
perfect m twalt twalt twal twalna twaltu twalu
f twalet
imperfect m nitwal titwal jitwal nitwalu titwalu jitwalu
f titwal
imperative twal twalu

Adjective

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twal pl

  1. plural of twil

Scots

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Scots numbers (edit)
 ←  11 12 13  → 
    Cardinal: twal
    Ordinal: twalt

Alternative forms

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Etymology

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Inherited from Middle Scots twelf, from Early Scots twelf, from Middle English twelve, from Old English twelf, from Proto-Germanic *twalif.

Numeral

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twal

  1. twelve

References

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