Gi'blets. n.s. [According to Minshew from gibbet, gobblet: according to Junius more probably from gibier, game, Fr.] The parts of a goose which are cut off before it is roasted.
'Tis holyday; provide me better cheer:
'Tis holyday; and shall be round the year:
Shall I my houshold gods and genius cheat,
To make him rich who grudges me my meat?
That he may loll at ease; and pamper'd high,
When I am laid, may feed on giblet pie? Dryden's Perf.