Common misspellings for tribe:
trable, trofeo, terribe, wradrobe, tribeca, trile, trabbor, terriable, triball, dribve, trinbe, tohiba, trauble, tribourough, trobs, driwe, terriby, tereble, treee, stribe, teriible, horribe, trbie, trobe, trise, tride, treibble, triva, truue, thribe, tribed, trien, trhee, terriblle, trhey, trooble, trige, tribale, attribue, tarife, cribe, troulbe, tribut, tariji, trubel, trouylbe, pribe, hilltribe, arribe, terrrible, variabe, troube, frieb, teribal, itrabri, ribe, terribel, tribule, dribes, triuble, terriible, terible, torie, trivea, tryibg, trubute, riber, tribure, tribs, deccribe, tribre, tarrible, trible, troiuble, truble, troblue, tribue, terabel, tarible, sribe, terribile, tribues, dietribe, trinee, dercribe, troubke, triied, trure, triabl, teribble, troable, trubes, teribeley, decribe, trubol, trore, disribe, trife, trobone, taibei, probie, trobel, trib, tribel, trebel, treible, terraible, treeible, dicribe, truobel, atrolobe, triner, drible, tirbe, trabel, tibe, tribble, driber, tirrible, trere, terrilbe, tribte, tiber, trrue, trebek, teriable, horrbie, trie, trbeeni, terribely, trribute, trrible, troblle, horrilbe, triable, deoxyribo, trive, triouble, trime, trobal, tarrble, tribees, trubl, teribul, trouible, triel, traige, vortruba, tredie, terrbiel, terribbby, timbe, trhew, derobe, morribe, derrbie, attrib, betreiber, talibe, teriblle, trubite, truibute, troblw, trube, truitte, tuib, yribe, 6ribe, 5ribe, teibe, tdibe, tfibe, ttibe, t5ibe, t4ibe, trjbe, trkbe, tr9be, tr8be, trihe, tribw, tribd, tribr, trib4, trib3, rtribe, trribe, ftribe, tfribe, gtribe, tgribe, ytribe, tyribe, 6tribe, t6ribe, 5tribe, t5ribe, teribe, treibe, tdribe, trdibe, trfibe, ttribe, trtibe, tr5ibe, t4ribe, tr4ibe, truibe, triube, trjibe, trijbe, trkibe, trikbe, troibe, triobe, tr9ibe, tri9be, tr8ibe, tri8be, trivbe, tribve, tribne, trihbe, tribhe, trigbe, tribge, tribwe, tribew, tribse, tribde, trib4e, tribe4, trib3e, tribe3, trbe, rtibe, trieb, triibe, tribbe, tribee, 4ribe, tribe, uribe, t2ibe, tbibe, tzibe, tvibe, tpibe, tsibe, trybe, trmbe, trhbe, trije, tribu, tribm, tribg, trayebe, treyebe, t ribe, tr ibe, tri be, trib e.
Definition of tribe:
- a collection of families descending from one ancestor. The " twelve tribes" of the Hebrews were the twelve collections of families which sprang from the sons of Jacob. In Matthew 24:30 the word has a wider significance. The tribes of Israel are referred to as types of the spiritual family of God ( Revelation 7 ). ( See ISRAEL, KINGDOM OF; JUDAH, KINGDOM OF .)
- To distribute into tribes or classes.
- group of people related by blood or marriage
- a federation ( as of American Indians)
- A family, race, or series of generations, descending from the same progenitor, and kept distinct, as in the case of the twelve tribes of Israel, descended from the twelve sons of Jacob.
- A number of species or genera having certain structural characteristics in common; as, a tribe of plants; a tribe of animals.
- A nation of savages or uncivilized people; a body of rude people united under one leader or government; as, the tribes of the Six Nations; the Seneca tribe.
- A division, class, or distinct portion of a people, from whatever cause that distinction may have originated; as, the city of Athens was divided into ten tribes.
- A family of animals descended from some particular female progenitor, through the female line; as, the Duchess tribe of shorthorns.
- A family, race, or clan descended from a common ancestor; a group of uncivilized people under one chief; as, a Tartar tribe; a group of people made akin to each other by some common trait.
- In biological classification, an occasional division between the family and the genus; usually the same as the subfamily.
- A race or family from the same ancestor: a body of people under one leader: a number of things having certain common qualities.
- A race sprung from one ancestor; division of a people; class or order.
- A family, race, or series of generations descending from the same progenitor and kept distinct; a division or distinct class of a people; a number of plants or animals having qualities in common; a division; a nation of savages; a number of persons of any character or profession, in contempt.
- A family or race existing distinct from others; any class or distinct portion of a people; a number of things having certain common characteristics; a division between order and genus; a group of genera subordinate to an order; a body of rude or savage people under one chief.
Usage examples for tribe
7 So shall not the inheritance of the children of Israel remove from tribe to tribe: for every one of the children of Israel shall keep himself to the inheritance of the tribe of his fathers. The Woman's Bible Part I. Comments on Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Part II. Comments on the Old and New Testaments from Joshua to Revelation. by Elizabeth Cady Stanton