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twa

 (twä, twô)
n.adj. & pron. Scots
Two.

[Middle English, variant of two; see two.]
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twa

(twɔː) or

twae

n, determiner
a Scot word for two
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twa

(twɑ, twɔ)

n., pl. twas,
adj. Scot.
two.
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