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bix pl (plural only)

  1. (Britain, informal) biscuits
    • 2000 January 5, "blackbat" <XXX 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 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.

BouyeiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Tai *biːᴮ (older sibling). Cognate with Thai พี่ (pîi), Northern Thai ᨻᩦ᩵, Lao ພີ່ (phī), ᦗᦲᧈ (pii1), Shan ပီႈ (pii3), Ahom 𑜆𑜣 (pii), Zhuang beix.

NounEdit

bix

  1. elder sibling

LojbanEdit

RafsiEdit

bix

  1. rafsi of binxo.