1. jib (Verb) To lightly ridicule in a humourous and friendly or well meaning way. A familiar Salopian concept.
Should be used with extreme caution. Experience has shown that many people do not understand the concept of jib and as a result friendships can be broken.

2. jibby (adjective) a person of statement that displays jib.
"Why did she stress when i called her a gash-eater? It was just a bit of jib!"

Sorry I called your mum a worn-out shoe last night, I get a tad jibby after a few ales lad.
автор: ginga from Salop 26 июня 2006
Jib also Jibbage Jibbing and jibbed, to run away.
"Theres the police lets jib" or "them two are jibbing from the fuzz"
автор: Henry B 19 апреля 2006
Man these people are idiots. Jib is not to cum (not come), Jiz is what the morons meant to say.

Jib is to do a trick off of an unusually placed object, such as a rail or a box in a snowboard park (no the rail is not supposed to be in the middle of a trail).
An example of a jib would be to slide on a box in a snowboard park.
автор: Jerz07002 1 апреля 2006
to split up with some one. used in liverpool and the surrounding areas.
''o.m.g she's well gona jib him by the end of the night 'cos he's bein a slag!''
автор: x_emma_x 3 января 2006
someone's head or facial expression

can be positive - "i like her jib" or negative "he's got a bit of a jib going on.."

see also gurn
"jesus, look at him in that photo!"
"yep, thats one hell of a jib"
автор: john o'groats 20 декабря 2005
The situation, information or plan.
See: sitch
Is Guy in on the jib?

Is Ornz wise to the jib?
автор: Elijah Stewart 17 июля 2005
a trick performed on an obstacle by a snowboarder
let's jib that box
I jibbed the shit out of that rail
автор: Ribs Noswad 20 марта 2005

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