Last modified on 19 November 2013, at 00:53

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

bix (plural only)

  1. (UK, informal) Alternative form of biscuits.
    • 2000 January 5, "blackbat" <XXX(a)btinternet.com>, "Re: the spy who loved tea", message-ID <38760635.2776140@news.btinternet.com>, alt.2eggs.sausage.beans.tomatoes.2toast.largetea.cheerslove, Usenet:
      I was just wondering what everyone else has in their respective Coffee/Tea []
      please specify what food stuffs that you have been known to dunk.
      very catholic, me - strictly bix only
    • 2003 March 3, Chris Comley <Chris_@spamdeath.kill.die.wizards.co.uk>, "Re: Home Highway - ADSL", message-ID <1oq76vo4gduo15ukcgrdr7e0cecibp8bs2@4ax.com>, uk.telecom.broadband, Usenet:
      Make sure you have plenty of tea/coffee and choccy bix on hand when they show up!
    • 2005 September 10, Adrian Bailey <dadge(a)hotmail.com>, "Re: [=SDC=] Q46. A cup of tea's too wet without one....", message-ID <kLwUe.16493$k22.12458@fe2.news.blueyonder.co.uk>, alt.usage.english, Usenet:
      btw, the bix are Albert (NAITUK), Lincoln, Jammie Dodger, (Jaffa Cake - NAB), Thin Arrowroot, Malted Milk, Nice, Hobnob.

LojbanEdit

RafsiEdit

bix

  1. rafsi of binxo.