Dictionary

1bib

verb \ˈbib\
bibbedbib·bing

Definition of BIB

:  drink

Examples of BIB

  1. <the old professor has been known to bib on occasion>

Origin of BIB

Middle English bibben
First Known Use: 14th century

Related to BIB

Synonyms
drink, booze, guzzle, liquor (up), lush (up) [slang], soak, tipple

Rhymes with BIB

2bib

noun

: a piece of cloth or plastic that is worn under a baby's chin while the baby is eating

: the part of a piece of clothing (such as an apron) that covers the area above a person's waist

Full Definition of BIB

1
:  a cloth or plastic shield tied under the chin to protect the clothes
2
:  the part of an apron or of overalls extending above the waist
3
:  a patch of differently colored feathers or fur immediately below the bill or chin of a bird or mammal
bibbed \ˈbibd\ adjective
bib·less \ˈbib-ləs\ adjective

First Known Use of BIB

1580

Other Clothing Terms

babushka, brogue, bumbershoot, cravat, dishabille, furbelow, layette, raiment, spectator

3bib

abbreviation

Definition of BIB

1
Bible
2
biblical

Other Bible Terms

antediluvian, apocalyptic, apocrypha, behemoth
BIB Defined for Kids

bib

noun \ˈbib\

Definition of BIB for Kids

1
:  a cloth or plastic shield fastened under the chin (as of a young child) to protect the clothes
2
:  the upper part of an apron or of overalls

Browse

10 ENTRIES FOUND:
Next Word in the Dictionary: bibaciousPrevious Word in the Dictionary: BiaxinAll Words Near: bib
July 01, 2015
precarious Hear it
not certain, secure, or steady
Take a 3-minute break and test your skills!
How to use a word that (literally) drives some people nuts.
Test your vocab with our fun, fast game
Ailurophobia, and 9 other unusual fears