# Two vs Twoish - What's the difference?

two | twoish |

## As nouns the difference between two and twoish

is that two is the digit/figure 2 while twoish is (colloquial) any time close to two o'clock.

## As a numeral two

is (label) a numerical value equal to ; the second number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the set {0, 1}; one plus one ordinal: second this many dots (••).

# two

## English

(wikipedia two)

### Alternative forms

* (l) (obsolete outside dialects)

### Numeral

(head)
• (label) A numerical value equal to ; the second number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the set {0, 1}; one plus one. Ordinal: second. This many dots (••).
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• Venters began to count them—one—two —three—four—on up to sixteen.
• Describing a set or group with two components.
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#### Derived terms

* four by two * in two * put two and two together * two-by-four * two-dimensional * two-edged * two-faced * two heads are better than one * two-piece * two-stroke * two-tone * two-way * two-wheeler

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### Noun

(en noun)
• The digit/figure 2.
• The number 2202 contains three two s.
• (US, informal) A two-dollar bill.
• A child aged two.
• This toy is suitable for the two s and threes.
• The playing cards featuring two pips.

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#### Derived terms

* two-up * two's complement

### See also

* * * both * couple * double * dual * pair * second * twice * twin * two-

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### Anagrams

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# twoish

## English

### Noun

(-)
• (colloquial) Any time close to two o'clock.