- (in prescriptions) food.
Origin of cib.
From the Latin word cibus
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Orsini was allowed to keep the castles he had bought from Cib on condition that he paid 40,000 ducats to the Pope.Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Volume I (of 3)
To this evidence may be added the fact that the symbol over which it is placed contains some of the elements of the cib glyph.Day Symbols of the Maya Year
- Criminal Investigation Branch (of New Zealand police)
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- cibus (food)
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