The one and also the other; the two; the set and/or few, in mention of the two individuals or things especially pointed out, and denoting that neither of them is to be omitted, either absolutely or (much like either) as an alternative, through the declaration.
[The genitive both's (ME. bothes, bothers, early in the day bother, bathre) is currently disused; in the earlier duration it absolutely was accompanied usually using genitive plural of individual pronoun. Subsequently the easy both, equivalent to of both, was made use of.
like the two (terms or notions talked about): an adverb preceding two coördinate terms (terms or expressions) joined by and, and standing hence in an apparent conjunctional correlation, both … and, equal to not merely … but also. Both is hence used often before three or higher coördinate terms.