The white pawn is betwixt the black.
When you are in between two things, this is an example of a time when you are betwixt.
Origin of betwixtMiddle English bitwix ; from Old English betwix ; from be, by + a form related to twegen, twain; -t is unhistoric
Origin of betwixtMiddle English bitwixt, from Old English betwix; see dwo- in Indo-European roots.
- (literary or archaic) Between, specifically between two objects.
From Old English betwēox.