See also: DIB, dīb, and ديب

EnglishEdit

 
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Etymology 1Edit

VerbEdit

dib (third-person singular simple present dibs, present participle dibbing, simple past and past participle dibbed)

  1. To dig a hole by poking; especially, to dig a small hole in soil for the purpose of planting a bulb or seed
  2. To move in a rapid, cautious manner; especially, with movement like a mouse or rat.
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NounEdit

dib (plural dibs)

  1. A dibber (gardening tool)
  2. One of the small bones in the knee joints of sheep uniting the bones above and below the joints.

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

dib (third-person singular simple present dibs, present participle dibbing, simple past and past participle dibbed)

  1. (Scouting) Alternative form of dyb

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AzerbaijaniEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *dǖp.

NounEdit

dib (definite accusative dibi, plural diblər)

  1. bottom
    dənizin dibindəon the sea bottom
    gölün dibindəon the lake bottom
    çayın dibindəon the lake bottom
  2. root, base
    ağacı dibindən kəsməkto cut the tree at the base
  3. lower part
  4. deep (a long way inside; situated far in or back)
    bağın dibindəin the deep of the garden
    meşənin dibindədeep in the forest
  5. (mining) face (as in coalface)
  6. (colloquial) hymen
    Synonym: qızlıq pərdəsi

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MalteseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic ذِئْب(ḏiʾb). Compare Moroccan Arabic ديب(dīb), Egyptian Arabic ديب(dīb).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

dib m (plural djieb)

  1. wolf
    Synonym: lupu

VolapükEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

dib (nominative plural dibs)

  1. depth

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