sibret

noun
sib·ret
variants: or sibrit \ˈsibrə̇t \
plural -s

Definition of sibret 

dialectal, England

: banns sense 1 often used in plural

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History and Etymology for sibret

Middle English sibred, sibrede, from sibred, sibrede kinship, consanguinity, from Old English sibrǣden, from sibb, adjective, sib + rǣden condition; probably from the mention of the banns of certain forms of kinship as impediments to marriage

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