[ib-uh-bee-oh] /ˈɪb əˈbi oʊ/
noun, plural Ibios (especially collectively) Ibio for 1.
a member of a people of southeastern Nigeria.
the Benue-Congo language of the Ibibio people, very closely related to Efik.
(pl) -os, -o. a member of a Negroid people of SE Nigeria, living esp in and around Calabar
Also called Efik. the language of this people
[ahy-beks] /ˈaɪ bɛks/ noun, plural ibexes, ibices [ib-uh-seez, ahy-buh-] /ˈɪb əˌsiz, ˈaɪ bə-/ (Show IPA). (especially collectively) ibex. 1. any of several wild goats of the genus Capra, inhabiting mountainous regions of Eurasia and North Africa, having long, recurved horns. /ˈaɪbɛks/ noun (pl) ibexes, ibices (ˈɪbɪˌsiːz; ˈaɪ-), ibex 1. any of three wild goats, Capra […]
[ib-id] /ˈɪb ɪd/ 1. . abbreviation (in annotations, bibliographies, etc, when referring to a book, article, chapter, or page previously cited) 1. ibidem also ibid, 1660s, abbreviation of Latin ibidem “in the same place,” from ibi “there,” pronomial adverb of place, + demonstrative suffix -dem. An abbreviation for ibidem, a Latin word meaning “in the […]
[ih-bee-dem; English ib-i-duh m, ih-bahy-duh m, ih-bee-] /ɪˈbi dɛm; English ˈɪb ɪ dəm, ɪˈbaɪ dəm, ɪˈbi-/ adverb, Latin. 1. in the same book, chapter, page, etc.
[ahy-bis] /ˈaɪ bɪs/ noun, plural ibises (especially collectively) ibis. 1. any of several large wading birds of the family Threskiornithidae, of warm temperate and tropical regions, related to the herons and storks, and characterized by a long, thin, downward-curved bill. Compare . 2. any of certain similar birds belonging to the stork family Ciconiidae, especially […]