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Gib (g soft)

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The cut of his gib. (See Jib.)

To hang one’s gib. To be angry, to pout. The lower lip of a horse is called its gib, and so is the beak of a male salmon.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Giant of Literature (The)
Giants (g soft)
(5) Giants of Mythology
(6) Giants of Real Life
Giant’s Causeway
Giants Dance (The)
Giant’s Leap (The)
Giants War with Jove (The)
Giaour (jow-er)
Gib (g soft)
Gib Cat
Gibberish (g hard)
Gibbet (g soft)
Gibelins
Gibeonite
Giblets (The Duke of)
Gibraltar (g soft)
Gif Gaff
Gift-horse
Gig (g hard)