bīnus m (feminine bīna, neuter bīnum); first/second declension
- double, twofold, binary
- (chiefly plural) in pairs
- (chiefly plural) two each
27 BCE – 25 BCE
, Titus Livius
, Ab urbe condita libri 26.1
Et praetoribus prioris anni M. Iunio in Etruria, P. Sempronio in Gallia cum binis legionibus quas habuerant prorogatum est imperium.
[…] And the military command of Marcus Junius in Etruria and Publius Sempronius in Gaul, praetors of the previous year, was extended with the two legions which they had each held.