- siamese twins,
- sibelius, jean julius christian,
- siberian crab apple
Origin of sib
Examples from the Web for sib
From Sibilla, now Sibyl, come most names in Sib-, though this was used also as a dim.The Romance of Names|Ernest Weekley
His forbeers were but strangers, with your leave; and though I say it, I'm sib to the best gentles in the land.Discipline|Mary Brunton
I have only just had the one cablegram, Sib, in which he merely stated that the news with regard to the mine was good.
Sib´yl.Prophetess of Cumæ, who led Æneas down to the infernal Regions, 370-372.Myths of Greece and Rome|H. A. Guerber
No, Sib,” he said, “you must go back to your mother; it would not be at all right to leave your mother alone.
Word Origin for sib
abbreviation for (in Britain)
short for sibling, attested from 1957.