Definition of Gibber. Meaning of Gibber. Synonyms of Gibber

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Definition of Gibber

Gibber
Gibber Gib"ber, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Gibbered; p. pr. & vb. n. Gibbering.] [Akin to jabber, and gabble.] To speak rapidly and inarticulately. --Shak.
Gibber
Gibber Gib"ber, n. [From Gib to balk.] A balky horse. --Youatt.

Meaning of Gibber from wikipedia

- pavement, also called reg (in the western Sahara), serir (eastern Sahara), gibber (in Australia), or saï (central Asia) is a desert surface covered with closely...
- Camponotus gibber is a species of carpenter ant (genus Camponotus) found in Madagascar. https://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt...
- Exema gibber is a species of warty leaf beetle in the family Chrysomelidae. It is found in North America. "Exema gibber Report". Integrated Taxonomic...
- Parechthistatus gibber daisen Miyake & Tsuji, 1980 Parechthistatus gibber gibber (Bates, 1873) Parechthistatus gibber grossus (Bates, 1884) Parechthistatus gibber longicornis...
- Gibber Gabber is a w****ly newspaper published in Woomera, South Australia; it has been published continuously by the Woomera Board since August 1950. Gibber...
- Gyrinus gibber is a species of whirligig beetle in the family Gyrinidae. It is found in North America. "Gyrinus gibber Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information...
- Devario gibber is a freshwater fish endemic to the Xe Kong and Xe Don basins in Laos. It occurs in stone-bottomed, clear streams with moderately fast to...
- Tara****s gibber is a species of praying mantis in the family Eremiaphilidae. List of mantis genera and species Catalogue of Life: 2009 Annual Checklist...
- 2022 Boxing career Statistics Nickname(s) Beast from the East Big Gibber 7 Figure Gibber Weight(s) Cruiserweight Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm) Reach 69+1⁄2 in...
- rock. Hamada is related to desert pavement (known variously as reg, serir, gibber or saï), which occurs as stony plains or depressions covered with gravels...