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1A man's wife.
- ‘Therefore, Cyril approached his young employee with, I say, would your sister like to reside in my bungalow as my bibi?’
- 1.1dated A man's non-European girlfriend:‘‘Good morning—you are sleeping well, eh? Breakfast soon, Bibi.’’sweetheart, woman, girl, partner, significant other, lover, fiancéeView synonyms
From Urdu bībī, from Persian.
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