Be*twixt" (?), prep. [OE. betwix, bitwix, rarely bitwixt, AS. betweox, betweohs, betweoh, betwih; pref. be- by + a form fr. AS. twa two. See Between.]

1.

In the space which separates; between.

From betwixt two aged oaks. Milton.

2.

From one to another of; mutually affecting.

There was some speech of marriage Betwixt myself and her. Shak.

Betwixt and between, in a midway position; so-so; neither one thing nor the other. [Colloq.]

 

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