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Kibit

Definition of the noun kibit

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noun

  1. a unit of information equal to 1024 bits
    • lexical domain: Quantities - nouns denoting quantities and units of measure
    • synonym of kibit: kibibit
    • more generic term: computer memory unit = a unit for measuring computer memory
    • part of: mebibit / Mibit = a unit of information equal to 1024 kibibits or 2^20 (1,048,576) bits

Character

Kibit: Kaiobit is a fictional character from the anime series Dragon Ball Z.

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Google previewMehri Lexicon (2012)

by T. M. Johnstone

kibit/kewabten smaller stomach of a ruminant animal ...

Google previewMehri Lexicon and English-Mehri Word-list (1987)

by Thomas M. Johnstone, Gerald Rex Smith

kibit/kewabten smaller stomach of a ruminant animal ...

Google previewDictionary of Volapük (1889)

Volapük-English, English-Volapük by Marshall William Wood

Lapwing: kibit. Larch: pain. Lard: svinapin; pim. Large: bigik; gletik. Largeheartedness : veital. Largely: gleto. Lasbed : asbestus. Lasbedacan : asbestus goods.

Google previewThe Handy Pocket Dictionary of the English Language (1892)

by Thomas Joseph Carey

Kibit'ka, n. a Russian vehicle; a Tartar tent. . Kick, t'.o. (ed, ing). to strike with the foot; to show opposition; — n. a blow with the foot. Kid, re. a young goat. Kid derminster, 1i. a kind of Keg, It, a small barrel or cask. Kelp, 1i. the alkaline calcined ...

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary, representing the present and ancient names of all the countries, provinces, remarkable cities ... of the whole world ... With a short historical account of the same, etc (1688)

Kibit, Saba, : , a City in the Happy Arabia, which is the Capital of a Kingdom , and is a great City, feated near the Gulph of Arabia, one hundred and eighty Miles from Aden to the West, and two hundred from the Mouth of the Gulph to the West.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis; or an universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature ... (1812)

by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex.)

KIBIT'KA, s. A travelling carriage in Russia, which is a small cart capable of containing two persons abreast, while the driver its on the farther extremity close to the horses' tails. It is about five feet in length, and the hinder half is covered with a ...

Google previewThe new encyclopædia; or, Universal dictionary ofarts and sciences (1807)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

It may likewise be observed, that the chief mean of improving our rational power, h the vigorous exercise of it in various ways and on different subjects, by which the kibit is acquired of exerciling it properly. Without such exercise, and good ...

Google previewThe standard American encyclopedia of arts, sciences, history, biography, geography, statistics, and general knowledge (1897)

by John Clark Ridpath

Kibit'ka, a rude wagon without springs, sometimes cov- Kibltka. ered with cloth or leather, and often used as a movable habitation by the Tartars. Kick'apoos, a tribe of Algonquin Indians, constantly in arms against the whites till, in 1819, they ...

Google previewConcise Oxford English Dictionary (2011)

Book & CD-ROM Set by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite

kibitka /kI'bItka/ P n. 1 a type of Russian hooded sledge. 2 a circular tent covered with felt, formerly used by Tartars. — ORIGIN C18: Russ, from Tartar and Kyrgyz kibit (from Arab. qubbat 'dome') + the Russ. suffix ...

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Scrabble value of K5I1B3I1T1

The value of this 5-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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