[jib-uh-rel-in] /ˌdʒɪb əˈrɛl ɪn/
any of a class of growth hormones occurring in fungi and plants.
any of several plant hormones, including gibberellic acid, whose main action is to cause elongation of the stem: used in promoting the growth of plants, in the malting of barley, etc
Any of numerous plant hormones, especially gibberellic acid, that promote stem elongation. The seeds, young shoots, and roots of plants contain gibberellins, and they are also found in fungi.
[jib-er, gib-] /ˈdʒɪb ər, ˈgɪb-/ verb (used without object) 1. to speak inarticulately or meaninglessly. 2. to speak foolishly; chatter. noun 3. gibbering utterance. /ˈdʒɪbə/ verb 1. to utter rapidly and unintelligibly; prattle 2. (intransitive) (of monkeys and related animals) to make characteristic chattering sounds noun 3. a less common word for gibberish /ˈɡɪbə/ noun […]
[jib-er-ish, gib-] /ˈdʒɪb ər ɪʃ, ˈgɪb-/ noun 1. meaningless or unintelligible talk or writing. 2. talk or writing containing many obscure, pretentious, or technical words. /ˈdʒɪbərɪʃ/ noun 1. rapid chatter like that of monkeys 2. incomprehensible talk; nonsense n. 1550s, imitative of the sound of chatter, probably influenced by jabber. Used early 17c. of the […]
[jib-it] /ˈdʒɪb ɪt/ noun 1. a gallows with a projecting arm at the top, from which the bodies of criminals were formerly hung in chains and left suspended after execution. verb (used with object), gibbeted, gibbeting. 2. to hang on a gibbet. 3. to put to death by hanging on a gibbet. 4. to hold […]
a height, a city of the Philistines in the territory of Dan, given to the Kohathites (Josh. 19:44; 21:23). Nadab the king of Israel, while besieging it, was slain under its walls by Baasha, one of his own officers (1 Kings 15:27). It was in the possession of the Philistines after the secession of the […]