In Glenkindie, 'gib, his man,' is the vile betrayer of the noble harper and his lady.
It certainly was not too much to say that gib was another creature.
But when my ole massa—Heaben bless his spirit—sot me free, he gib me de right to use de boathouse so long as I pleased.
But gib was never seen in the neighbourhood of Bensington again.
De only way is ter support de preacher, gib yer money ter me, and I'll take yer sins on my shoulder.
He got a bundle an' he say he got strict d'rections to gib it to missy.
gib wiggled his way through and Dick handed him the searchlight.
Den he say, ‘Moonshine, gib me one glass grog, den I hab courage.’
A small family—five in number—grew up around them, and gib purred tranquilly on the hearth.
He laugh, and say dat he believe my story, and dat he gib me a trial.
type of iron hook, 1560s, of unknown origin. As a piece of wood or metal to hold something else in place, from 1795.
[1980s+; fr good in bed]