Origin: ME twene < OE twegen, nom. & acc. masc. form of twa, two
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noun, adj. & pron.
Origin: Middle English tweien, twaine, from Old English twēgen; see dwo- in Indo-European roots.
twain - Computer Definition
(Technology Without An Interesting Name) A programming interface that lets a graphics application, such as an image editing program or desktop publishing program, activate a scanner, frame grabber or other image-capturing device.
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