a brother or sister.
Anthropology. a comember of a sib, a unilateral descent group thought to share kinship through a common ancestor.
of or relating to a brother or sister:
a person’s brother or sister
(as modifier): sibling rivalry
any fellow member of a sib
sibling sib·ling (sĭb’lĭng)
One of two or more individuals having one or both parents in common; a brother or sister.
noun, Biology. 1. one of two or more species that closely resemble one another but whose members cannot interbreed successfully. sibling species (sĭb’lĭng) Any of two or more related species that are morphologically nearly identical but are incapable of producing fertile hybrids. Sibling species can only be identified by genetic, biochemical, behavioral, or ecological factors, […]
coolness; fragrance, a town in Reuben, in the territory of Moab, on the east of Jordan (Josh. 13:19); called also Shebam and Shibmah (Num. 32:3, 38). It was famous for its vines (Isa. 16:9; Jer. 48:32). It has been identified with the ruin of Sumieh, where there are rock-cut wine-presses. This fact explains the words […]
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noun, Anthropology. 1. the condition of being a member of a sib. noun 1. a group of children of the same parents sibship sib·ship (sĭb’shĭp’) n. The children produced by one pair of parents.