jumelle

adjective
ju·​melle | \(ˈ)jü¦mel\

Definition of jumelle 

: twin, paired used of objects made or formed in pairs a jumelle window opened upon the little balcony— John Bennett

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History and Etymology for jumelle

French, feminine of jumeau, from Middle French, from Old French jumel, from Latin gemellus, adjective & noun, twin, diminutive of geminus

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