**Twain,**two (never before a substantive):

**Ven. 123**.

**Ven. 123**

**Ven. 123**

**Lucr. 405**.

**Lucr. 405**

**Sonn. 39, 13**

**(to make one t.**== to unite two in one).

**Phoen. 25**.

**Tp. I, 2, 438**.

**LLL V, 2, 48**.

**Mids. V, 151**.

**Merch. III, 2, 329**.

**Shr. II, 306**.

**Wint. IV, 4, 674**.

**R2 I, 1, 50**.

**V, 3, 134**.

**H6B V, 1, 55**.

**H6C IV, 1, 135**.

**Troil. I, 3, 185**.

**IV, 5, 123**.

**Mcb. III, 1, 28**.

**Hml. III, 2, 238**.

**Lr. IV, 1, 44**.

**IV, 6, 211**.

**V, 3, 319**.

**Ant. I, 4, 73**.

**II, 1, 35**.

**III, 4, 30**.

**Cymb. III, 6, 87**.

**V, 4, 70**. “to cleave a heart in t.”

**Meas. III, 1, 63**. “yourself in t. divide,”

**H6A IV, 5, 49**. “this staff was broke in t.”

**H6B I, 2, 26**.

**Troil. I, 1, 35**.

**II, 3, 256**.

**Rom. V, 3, 99**.

**Hml. III, 4, 156**.

**Lr. II, 2, 80**(Ff

**a-twain**).

**Oth. V, 2, 206**(Q1

**a-twain**). “we two must be t.”

**Sonn. 36, 1**(parted, separated). “they two are t.”

**Troil. III, 1, 111**.

**Rom. III, 5, 241**.

**both t.**== both, the one as well as the other: “both find each other, and I lose both t.”

**Sonn. 42, 11**. “I remit both t.”

**LLL V, 2, 459**.

Substantively, == pair, couple: “how true a t. seemeth this concordant one,”

**Phoen. 45**. “to bless this t.”

**Tp. IV, 104**. “when such a mutual pair and such a t. can do't,”

**Ant. I, 1, 38**.