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twynne (plural twynnes)

  1. Obsolete spelling of twin
    • c. 1600, Parish Church of Leeds, 1891, The Registers of the Parish Church of Leeds: 1572 to 1612, page 153,
      Thomas, child of James Smythe, without Lydynte (being one of the twynnes).
    • 1626 June 2, Jane Cornwallis, 1842, Richard Griffin (editor), The Private Correspondence of Jane Lady Cornwallis; 1613-1644, page 158,
      [] I comfort myself in that observacion he makes of the time, as hoping that I shall hear by the next that we are twynnes as well in recovering as in falling sick, [] .



  1. Obsolete spelling of twin