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What does the prefix 'twi' mean like in 'twilight'?
The word "twilight" comes from the Middle English word "twilighte"; derived from the Old English. In the Old English it was a combination of two words "twi-" and "Liht". Ligh was obviously referring to light and twi meant two. Hence we see that the prefix "twi-" in Twilight stands for two. Twilight means as the light that is between night and day, a second type and kind of light. In eastern cultures it is referred to as a period when the two...
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What is bacio translated into English?
If you mean the Spanish word vacío (not bacio) then the English translation is "empty." If you mean the Italian word bacio, then the English translation is "kiss." If you mean the Portuguese word bacio, then the English translation is "potty"....