yes and no depend how you ask or say twins
The Algonquin word for a twin is nijotenj; one of twins is pejik nijotenj; they are twins is nijotenjiwak; twins is nijotenjak.
what is the Japanese word for twins
No. The I is short in twin and twins. The long I is seen in the word twine.
a baseball with the word minnesota and the word twins. you know, its not that hard to find this information if you just search the internet. Did you not know there was a twins website? Some people's children...
"The twins" = Die Zwillige"
The word twin in scottish gaelic is> ﻿Leth-Aon The word for twins is càraid in Scottish Gaelic.
The word for "twins" in portuguese is "gêmeas"
No, the word 'twin' is a common noun, a word for any twin of anything.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:The Olsen Twins, Ashley and Mary Kate, American actors and fashion entrepreneursMinneapolis-St. Paul (Minnesota), The Twin CitiesTwin Falls, IdahoTwin Lakes Lodge, Hurley, NY"Twin Dragons", 1992 Jackie Chan movie
The Sanskrit word for twin is yama (akin to gemellus in Latin). When referring to a pair of twins you should say yamau (nominative, dual). Yama is also the name of the king/god of the dead because he was born a twin.
The word Minnesota comes from the Dakota language name for the Minnesota River: Mnisota
No, twins is a plural, common noun, a word for people or things. The word twins is the plural form of the singular noun twin.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun; for example:The twins birthday is this week, they will be five years old. We're planning a party for them. (the pronouns 'they' and 'them' take the place of the noun 'twins')
It is pronounced la-khoopla in Irish and means 'one of twins/twin'.
I once visited the twin cities of Minneapolis and St Paul while in Minnesota.
I know one pear of twins in the bible, it is in the book of Genesis . the twins are Jacob and Esau.Answer #2:There is also Doubting Thomas, who was called 'Thomas Didymus' ('Didymus' is Greek for 'twin'), but (strangely, having made such a point of it) there is no record of who his twin was. Curiouser still, , 'Thomas' is derived from the Aramaic word for ... (wait for it) ... 'twin'! Why such a fuss to tell us he is a twin, but not who is twin was? Unless, of course, it was obvious to those who wrote about him, but didn't want to shout about it. It would explain why he was so hard to convince about the nature of his brother...
"Minnesota" is the Dakota word for water.
Futago means twins. Futago no kyodai means twin siblings(brothers/sisters) Basicly just "futago" is ok Futagoza means gemini
No, the plural noun 'twins' is a common noun, a general word for two people or things that are alike; a word for any twins of any kind.A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place or thing; for example, the Minnesota Twins baseball team or "Twins", a 1988 movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito.
Jumelles mean binoculars. This is also the name for twinsisters.
The Swedish word for twin is tvilling.
The word åŒå­ (futago) means 'twins' or 'twin' in Japanese. The pronunciation is roughly like 'foo-tah-go'.
The Greek word for "Twins" is "δίδυμα".
It is the area near Minnesota, or Minnesoa, or any other spelling error made when spelling the word Minnesota.
it means "new" didymos means "twin". so element 60- neodymium means new twin
Gemini originates from the Latin word which means 'twins'. The constellation is related to the mythical Greek twin gods Castor and Pollux.