Sib (?), n. [AS. sibb alliance, gesib a relative. &root;289. See Gossip.]

A blood relation.




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Sib, a.

Related by blood; akin.

[Obs. or Prov. Eng. & Scot.]

Sir W. Scott.

Your kindred is but . . . little sib to you. Chaucer.

[He] is no fairy birn, ne sib at all To elfs, but sprung of seed terrestrial. Spenser.


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