jibe–o

interjection \ˈjī(ˌ)bō, jīˈbō\

Definition of jibe–o

  1. —used by the man at the tiller or wheel of a sailboat in warning that the boat is about to jibe

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Origin and Etymology of jibe–o

1jibe + -o


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