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sib

 [sib]
1. a blood relative; one of a group of persons all descended from a common ancestor.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

sib

(sib),
A member of a sibship.
Synonym(s): sibling
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sib·ling

(sib'ling)
A brother or sister.
Synonym(s): sib.
[A.S. sib, relation, + -ling, diminutive]
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sib

A SIBLING.
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sibling

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sib

a brother or sister.
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"Sibbs doesn't - even in the 90th minute when the game hasn't been going his way, he wants the ball."
(56) Richard Sibbs, The Soule's Conflict With It Selfe, And Victory Over It Selfe by Faith (London, 1615), 128.
The under-11 section was won by Matthew Rolls with 1lb 10oz; Daniel Lewis was second with 14oz and Johnathon Sibbs was third with 11oz.