Definition of twibil
1 : a double-headed battle-ax
2 dialectal, England : a reaping hook especially for cutting beans
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Origin and Etymology of twibil
Middle English, a kind of two-bladed ax, mattock, from Old English twibill, from twi- + bill two-edged sword — more at bill
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