Twi meaning

chwē, chē
A language belonging to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo subfamily and spoken principally in Ghana.
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(rare or no longer productive) Two.
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(rare or no longer productive) Double, both.
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A variety of the Akan language spoken in Ghana.
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Origin of twi

  • From Middle English twi-, from Old English twī- (“two, double”), from Proto-Germanic *twi-, *twī- (“two-, double-”), from Proto-Germanic *twiz (“twice”), from Proto-Indo-European *duis (“twice”), from *duwo (“two”), *dwóh₁ (compare English duo).
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  • Cognate with German zwie- (“twice”), Old Prussian dwi- (“twi-”), Latin bī-, bis (“twice”) (< Old Latin duī-, duis).
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  • Compare twin, twice, two, and see more details at two.
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