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The English language is lacking a word that defines 24 hours, like e.g. the Scandinavian languages have. There's "day" that can define a 24-hour span, but that can also be used to define the 12 hours of light, as opposed to "night".

"Twilve" is a contraction of the words two/twi and twelve, defining a period of time that is two times twelve hours.
"Twilve" is both a noun, as in 24 hours, and a verb, meaning "stay up for 24 hours".

"A twilve"

"To twilve"
"I'm twilving now"
"Yesterday, I twolved"
"I've been twilving"
"I'm going to twilve"
by tanketom April 24, 2008
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