From Middle English twynlynge, equivalent to twin + -ling; possibly from a Old English root *twinling, from a Proto-Germanic *twinilingaz, from *twinaz. Cognate with Dutch tweeling, German Zwilling (“twin”), Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish tvilling (“twin”).
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