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Correct spelling: both

Definition of both:

  1. The one and the other.
  2. As well.

Common misspellings for both:

botoh, coouth, bothh, bithc, both, belowthe, brothor, bioth, 16tth, blath, baqth, bothof, wkth, footh, othe, aouth, gowth, bouth, wtth, aoth, deoth, beother, tth, bithe, 1bath, 2bath, bvath, voth, betha, bithday, bathk, bothes, yoth, yuth, rbath, botu, bethar, baith, bthey, beath, obth, btha, bpth, couth, beathe, bothy, buth, bvoth, boths, aboth, mowth, 1bth, bacth, buythe, toth, botht, lbath, btoh, wouth, douth, touth, brothe, shoth, wuth, bopth, wlth, bowth, bota, abouthow, bathm, bequith, bthen, bither, boothe, bothe, biirth, loth, bythe, brothar, boh, wothy, botyh, butthurt, abuth, baneth, wdth, fouth, yuoth, brith, buther, syth, boht, noth, 3bth, borther, biorth, bothj, sabith, birrth, bourth.

What does the abbreviation both mean?

BOTH abbreviation definitions:
–  Bottom of the Hour
–  Breaking Open the Head

Both \b(o)-th\

Meaning:
dwelling place
Origin:
Scandinavian
Details:
Both as a boy's name is a variant of Booth (Middle English, Scandinavian), and the meaning of Both is "dwelling place".
Meaning:
Boyd, bat, Boothe, Boote, Boid, boot.
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Rhymes for both:

  1. growth, loath, oath, troth, sloth, goethe;
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