Kibe. n.s. [from kerb, a cut, German, Skinner; from kibwe, Welsh, Minshew.] An ulcerated chilblain; a chap in the heel caused by the cold.
If 'twere a kibe, 'twould put me to my slipper. Shakesp.
The toe of the peasant comes so near the heel of our courtier, that it galls his kibe. Shakespeare's Hamlet.
One boast of the cure, calling them a few kibes. Wiseman.