(Noun 2) Jib refers to the lips, or mouth.
(Noun 3) Referring to jokes and slick remarks in general.
(Verb 1) To give someone shit or to joke around with them.
(noun 2) "Stop flapping your jibs, please. It's old already."
(noun 3) "Honestly, I don't know why he got so pissed off. The whole conversation was just jibs from the start, he took it too personally."
(verb 1) "Every time I light up a cigarette you jib me about how much it smells. I smoke, deal with it"
Skier: We were jibbin' all over the terrain park saturday.
To jib something is to duck out of doing it.
To be a jibber is to let somebody (maybe a friend) down.
To let down all your friends at the last moment is to be a jibbin git.
"I bet you ten quid he`ll jib the footy"
"He never comes to the footy anymore, he`s a right jibber these days"
"He`s rung & said he`s not coming, the jibbin git!"