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Gibber Gibberish Gibe Gibbous Gibbus
Engraved before 1811 from an original in the then Museum Pio Clemens in Rome (Click for details)
Esculapius (Medicine) between Mercury (Merchants) and the Graces (Medicine, Hygiene and Panacea)
Esculapius dealt with Patients - Merchants make deals with Clients

~ GIBBER     id+ | MOCK |
~ GIBBERISH  id+ | CHATTER |
~ GIBE       id+ | TO SNEER |
             note see> GIGGLE
             note see> JIBE
             ply> | GIGGLE and JIBE
                    relate to
                    SHAKING MOTION |
             note GIBBOUS PERSONS often
             see> HOBBLE or LIMP
~ GIBBOUS    id+ | CONVEX | as
             HUMP of the SPINE
~ GIBBUS     id+ | A BURDEN | as in
  hx> PEOPLE RIDICULED THOSE WHO HAD A
      see> HUMP or see> HUNCHBACKS and
  CONSIDERED THAT RUBBING THEIR
  see> HAUNCH WOULD BRING GOOD FORTUNE
  sp   AGOBIO    = BACK BRAKING
                   TO BEND  TO OPPRESS
       AGOBIAR     OVERWHELM  TO BOW  CROUCH
  lat   GIBOSSUS   or
        GIBBUS     or
        GIBBA      HUMP  PROMINENCE
                   CONVEXITY   ARCH
                   MOON LIKE SHAPE
  med>             DEFORMITY OF THE SPINE as per
                   FORWARD BENDING or
  see> KYPHOSIS    see> HIP
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