Definition of Kibbis

1. kibbi [n] - See also: kibbi



Kibbis Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kibbis

kiaat
kiabooca
kiabooca wood
kiack
kiang
kiangs
kiasi
kiasu
kiaugh
kiaughs
kibbe
kibbeh
kibbehs
kibbes
kibbi
kibbis (current term)
kibbitz
kibbitzed
kibbitzer
kibbitzers
kibbitzes
kibbitzing
kibble
kibbled
kibbles
kibbling
kibblings
kibbutz
kibbutzes
kibbutzim

Literary usage of Kibbis

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1. Origin and Antiquity of Man by Hudson Tuttle (1896)
"The kibbis occupied the south of Siberia, between the rivers Tom and the Yenisei; but, in the beginning of the eighteenth century, they were forced out by ..."

2. Commission Leaflets by Legal dept, American Telephone and Telegraph Company (1913)
"... and there are likewise about five hundred telephones of the Michigan State Telephone Company and about two hundred of the kibbis Telephone Company. ..."

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