twi-headed

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From twi- +‎ headed.

Adjective[edit]

twi-headed ‎(not comparable)

  1. Having two heads; two-headed.
    • 1903, Henry Arbois de Jubainville, The Irish mythological cycle and Celtic mythology:
      Compare the two twi-headed serpents which Loeg, in the Serglige Conculaind, sees n the plain of Mag Denna.
    • 1967, M. K. Joseph, The hole in the zero:
      They watched in silent anxious adoration as their twi-headed god was led forward and seated in the centre of the circular enclosure on a massive throne of carved dark wood.