Verb - To stab.
"I'm pure gonnae chib ye in the puss, ya bam. 'Mon well." - "I say fellow, the time has come for me to stab you in the facial region, you person for whom I don't care. En garde."
Comes from the Latin..."Chiberous"..to stab, perice, penetrate. Now taken up by wee Scottish neds as a sign of violence.
"See you ya fuckin' jobby your gonne get chibed right in eh fuckin' coopin!!"
Translation - "I say! Watch out you foul man or else i might have to inflict a sertain amount of pain to your face that could penetrate the skin!"
(a) Scottish parochial for a street weapon. The weapon may be a regular weapon, like a machette or a knife, but is often an improvised weapon like a club with a blade embedded in it, or a hammer.
(b) Scottish parochial verb for injuring someone with a hand-weapon of some kind.
(a) How dae ye like ma chib, big man, no bad, eh?
(b) See you, ya tool, ah'm gonny chib you, ya radge.
A stabbing instrument especially in form of nice shiny knife of a reasonable and manly size ( fuck u neds and wee sad kitchen butter knifes!!)that does damage to a nice wee face :D
haw man am gonna chib ur face
1. Plural of "chib", scottish slang for a knife
2. The nickname of Filip "Chibs" Telford, British actor Tommy Flanagan's character on the FX show Sons of Anarchy. Has the nickname because of actual scars Flanagan received when he was involved in a mugging.
That guy sells chibs for a living, makes a good lot.
On the last episode of Sons of Anarchy, Chibs was involved in taking out a rival Mayan biker.
widnes (uk)term, derivative of 'cheers', quicker and simpler version.
"pass me a beer mark"
"here you go, pat"
An alternative to the popular phrase "chin up". A sarcastic response to something bad happening.
"Just found out my girlfriend has been cheating on me with my dad"