You are a nice little thing, you know, sib, although at present you are very unimportant.
Madame, is he sib to him that aided in the slaughter of Eastern's Eve night?'
The earth is drunk with sweetness, and I see now how great joy is sib to great pain!
He had had letters from him that told how they were sib and rib.
His forbeers were but strangers, with your leave; and though I say it, I'm sib to the best gentles in the land.
Ye're ower het and ower fu', sib to some o' the laird's tenants.
Now Thor's wife was named sib, and she was most beautiful to look upon.
If you can't find a pet name for me you may call me sibylla, or sibyl, or just sib.
Ye ken his mother was sib to mine by the fathers side, and bloods thicker than water ony day.
No, sib,” he said, “you must go back to your mother; it would not be at all right to leave your mother alone.
A blood relation; a relative.
A person's relatives when considered as a group; kinfolk.
A brother or sister; a sibling.