Origin of twoMiddle English two, tu from Old English twa, feminine and neuter , tu, neuter , akin to German zwei from Indo-European base an unverified form dw?u-, two from source Classical Latin duo, two, Classical Greek duo, Sanskrit dvau
- the cardinal number between one and three; 2; II
- any two people or things; pair; couple
- something numbered two or having two units, as a playing card, domino, face of a die, etc.
- Basketball two-pointer
put two and two together