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It Has 4 letters ( b o t h )         1 vowels ( o )         3 consonants ( b t h )         Word on the contrary htob

Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryENGLISH - CONJUNCTION
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English - Conjunction

BOTH * including both (used with and) _BOTH you and I are students_ TRANSLATIONS

both

  1. including both (used with and)
    Both you and I are students

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Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryENGLISH - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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English - Alternative Forms

* bothe (archaic)

Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

Middle English _boþe_, from Old Norse _báðir_, from Proto-Germanic _*bai-_. Cognate with Swedish _både_, _båda_, Danish _både_, Icelandic _báðir_.

Middle English boþe, from Old Norse báðir, from Proto-Germanic *bai-. Cognate with Swedish både, båda, Danish både, Icelandic báðir.

Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* (UK) enPR: bōth, IPA(key): /bəʊθ/ * (US) enPR: bōth, IPA(key): /boʊθ/ * (some accents) enPR: bōlth, IPA(key): /boʊlθ/ * (US, also) IPA(key): /ˈbl̩θ/ * Rhymes: -əʊθ

Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryENGLISH - DETERMINER
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English - Determiner

BOTH * Each of the two; one and the other. _"Did you want this one or that one?" "Give me BOTH."_ _BOTH children are such dolls._ * Bible, Genesis xxi. 27 Abraham took sheep and oxen, and gave them unto Abimelech; and BOTH of them made a covenant. * Viscount Bolingbroke (1678-1751) He will not bear the loss of his rank, because he can bear the loss of his estate; but he will bear BOTH, because he is prepared for both. * 1977, Agatha Christie, _An Autobiography_, Part II, chapter4: Mind you, clothes were clothes in those days. There was a great deal of them, lavish BOTH in material and in workmanship. * (obsolete) Each of more than two. * Oliver Goldsmith (1730-1774) BOTH mongrel, puppy, whelp, and hound. * Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) He prayeth well who loveth well BOTH man and bird and beast. TRANSLATIONS

both

  1. Each of the two; one and the other.
    "Did you want this one or that one?" "Give me both."
    Both children are such dolls.
  2. (obsolete) Each of more than two.

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Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryENGLISH - QUOTATIONS
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English - Quotations

* For usage examples of this term, see the citations page.

Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryIRISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Irish - Etymology

From Old Irish _both_, from Proto-Celtic _*butā_ (compare Middle Welsh _bot_ (“dwelling”)), from Proto-Indo-European _*bʰuH-_ (“to be”).

From Old Irish both, from Proto-Celtic *butā (compare Middle Welsh bot (dwelling)), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH- (to be).

Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryIRISH - PRONUNCIATION
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Irish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [bˠɔh], [bˠɔ]

  • IPA(key): [bˠɔh], [bˠɔ]

Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryIRISH - NOUN
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Irish - Noun

BOTH f (_genitive_ BOTHA, _plural_ BOTHANNA) * hut DECLENSION

both f (genitive botha, plural bothanna)

  1. hut

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Which the Definition/Meaning of both in categoryOLD IRISH - VERB
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Old Irish - Verb

·BOTH * preterite passive conjunct of _at·tá_

·both

  1. preterite passive conjunct of at·tá


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