adverb both, twofold, in both (or two) ways, on both sides usually ˚-, as -bhāgavimutta one who is emancipated in two ways DN.ii.71; Dialogues ii.70, n. 1; MN.i.477 (cp. MN.i.385 ˚vimaṭṭha); SN.i.191; AN.i.73; AN.iv.10, AN.iv.77; Pp.14 Pp.73; Ne.190; -byañjanaka (vyañj˚) having the characteristics of both sexes, hermaphrodite Vin.i.89, Vin.i.136, Vin.i.168 Vin.iii.28; Vin.v.222; -saṅgha twofold Sangha, viz. bhikkhu˚ bhikkhunī Vin.ii.255; Vin.iv.52, Vin.iv.242, Vin.iv.287; Mhvs.32#34. See further Vin.ii.287 (˚vinaye); DN.i.7 (˚lohitaka, cp. DN-a.i.87); MN.i.57 (˚mukha tied up at both ends), MN.i.129 (˚daṇḍakakakaca a saw with teeth on both sides), MN.i.393 (koṭiko pañho SN.iv.323 (id.).
abl. of *ubha, to which ubhaya & ubho