The newly-vernal sun beat down hot last Friday afternoon in the Palestinian West Bank village of bi'lin.
To BE is to exist, to have actuality; a bi is a guy or girl with bisexuality.
Many bisexuals choose not to admit that they are bi to other gays and lesbians.
Not only that, their data suggests that gay and bi men may just be happier in general.
But then she went out with somebody who was radically rumored to be bi.
Whissling iz a wind instrument, and iz did bi puckring up the mouth, and blowing through the hole.
Then, they found health at hum; now, they hunt for it bi travell.
I say "bi," and the answer is bibi; then I say "te," and the answer is te-te.
The bi is, in the battle, always at the right hand of the Khan.
bi nu wslicor t gehwa is wite and cunne his geleafan, weald hwa a micclan yrme gebidan sceole.
word-forming element meaning "two, twice, double, doubly, once every two," etc., from Latin bi- "twice, double," from Old Latin dvi- (cognate with Sanskrit dvi-, Greek di-, Old English twi- "twice, double"), from PIE root *dwo- "two." Nativized from 16c. Occasionally bin- before vowels; this form originated in French, not Latin, and might be partly based on or influenced by Latin bini "twofold" (see binary).
The symbol for the element bismuth.
bi- 1 or bin-
Both sides, parts, or directions: biconcave.
Containing twice the proportion of a specified chemical element or group necessary for stability: bicarbonate.
Containing two chemical atoms, radicals, or groups: biphenyl.
Variant of bio-.
The symbol for bismuth.
A brittle, pinkish-white, crystalline metallic element that occurs in nature as a free metal and in various ores. Bismuth is the most strongly diamagnetic element and has the highest atomic number of all stable elements. It is used to make low-melting alloys for fire-safety devices. Atomic number 83; atomic weight 208.98; melting point 271.3°C; boiling point 1,560°C; specific gravity 9.747; valence 3, 5. See Periodic Table.
: I think maybe Vi is a bi (1960s+)
The country code for Burundi.