Origin of ibisClassical Latin ; from Classical Greek ; from Egyptian hb
nounpl. ibis or i·bis·es
Origin of ibisMiddle English ibin, from Latin &imacron;bis, from Greek, from Egyptian hbj.
(plural ibises or ibides or ibes)
- Any of various long-legged wading birds in the family Threskiornithidae. They have long downcurved bills used to probe the mud for prey such as crustaceans.
hby (hîbu) (compare Coptic [script?] (hibôi, hip)).
ibis - Computer Definition
(I/O Buffer Information Specification) A format for defining the analog characteristics of the input and output of integrated circuits. IBIS models are ASCII files that provide the behavioral information required to model the device without divulging the proprietary design of the circuit. IBIS supports complex devices such as memory modules and MCMs.