TWIN, n.

1. One of two young produced at a birth by an animal that ordinarily brings but one; used mostly in the plural, twins; applied to the young of beasts, as well as to human beings.

2. A sign of the zodiac; Gemini.

3. One very much resembling another.

TWIN, a. Noting one of two born at a birth; as a twin brother or sister.

1. Very much resembling.

2. In botany, swelling out into two protuberances, as an anther or germ.

TWIN, v.i. To be born at the same birth.

1. To bring two at once.

2. To be paired; to be suited. [This verb is little used.]

TWIN, v.t. To separate into two parts.