To Bib. v.n. [bibo, Lat.] To tipple; to sip; to drink frequently.
He playeth with bibbing mother Meroë, as though she were so named, because she would drink mere wine without water. Camden.
To appease a froward child, they gave him drink as often as he cried; so that he was constantly bibbing, and drank more in twenty four hours than I did. Locke