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1twain

adjective \ˈtwān\

Definition of TWAIN

archaic
:  two

Origin of TWAIN

Middle English, from Old English twēgen — more at two
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Number-Related Terms

jubilee, myriad, quarantine, score, twain

2twain

pronoun

Definition of TWAIN

:  two; especially :  two fathoms <mark twain>

First Known Use of TWAIN

before 12th century

Other Weights and Measures Terms

avoirdupois weight, calorie, denier, kip, pace

3twain

noun

Definition of TWAIN

1
:  two
2
:  couple, pair

Examples of TWAIN

  1. <I like rap and my parents like country music, and never the twain shall meet in our house.>

First Known Use of TWAIN

12th century

Other Number-Related Terms

jubilee, myriad, quarantine, score

Twain

biographical name

Definition of TWAIN

Mark — see clemens

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