(NZ, informal) short for Gibraltar board
[gib-uh n] /ˈgɪb ən/ noun 1. any small, slender, long-armed arboreal anthropoid ape of the genus Hylobates, of the East Indies and southern Asia: all gibbon species are reduced in number and some are very rare. [gib-uh n] /ˈgɪb ən/ noun 1. Edward, 1737–94, English historian. /ˈɡɪbən/ noun 1. any small agile arboreal anthropoid ape […]
[gib-uh nz] /ˈgɪb ənz/ noun 1. Grinling [grin-ling] /ˈgrɪn lɪŋ/ (Show IPA), 1648–1720, English woodcarver and sculptor, born in the Netherlands. 2. Orlando, 1583–1625, English composer. [gib-uh n] /ˈgɪb ən/ noun 1. any small, slender, long-armed arboreal anthropoid ape of the genus Hylobates, of the East Indies and southern Asia: all gibbon species are reduced […]
[gi-bos-i-tee] /gɪˈbɒs ɪ ti/ noun 1. the state of being . 2. a protuberance or swelling. /ɡɪˈbɒsɪtɪ/ noun (rare) (pl) -ties 1. the state of being gibbous 2. (biology) a bulge or protuberance gibbosity gib·bos·i·ty (gĭ-bŏs’ĭ-tē) n.
[gibz] /gɪbz/ noun 1. James, 1682–1754, Scottish architect and author. 2. Josiah Willard, 1839–1903, U.S. physicist. 3. Oliver Wolcott [woo l-kuh t] /ˈwʊl kət/ (Show IPA), 1822–1908, U.S. chemist and educator. 4. Sir Philip, 1877–1962, English journalist and writer. /ɡɪbz/ noun 1. James. 1682–1754, British architect; his buildings include St Martin’s-in-the-Fields, London (1722–26), and the […]