two-

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Partly from two, and partly from an alteration (due to two) of twi-(two-, double-, in two), from Middle English twi-, from Old English twi-(two-). More at twi-.

Prefix[edit]

two-

  1. two; double; bi-
    two-edged, two-faced, two-headed, two-tongued, two-way
  2. in two; by two; partially or halfway
    two-blocks, two-cleft, two-forked, two-parted

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