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Proto-Germanic: *twai, *twōz, *twa, *tū; {*twi-, *twiz}
Meaning: num.: two
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: twai m., twōs f., twa n.
Old Norse: tveir m., twǟr f., tvau n.
Swedish: två
Old English: twēgen m., twā f., twā, tū n.
English: two
Old Saxon: twēne m., twō, twā f., twē n.
Middle Dutch: twee
Dutch: twee
Middle Low German: twē, twei, twī *n.
Old High German: zwēne m., zwō, zwā f., zwei n. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: zwēne m., zwō, zwuo f., zwei n.
German: zwei
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