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1gob

noun \ˈgäb\

Definition of GOB

1
:  lump
2
:  a large amount —usually used in plural <gobs of money>

Origin of GOB

Middle English gobbe, probably back-formation from gobet
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with GOB

2gob

noun \ˈgb, ˈgäb\

Definition of GOB

chiefly British
:  mouth

Origin of GOB

probably from Scottish Gaelic, mouth & Irish, beak, pursed mouth
First Known Use: circa 1550

3gob

noun \ˈgäb, ˈgb\

Definition of GOB

:  sailor

Origin of GOB

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1915
GOBS Defined for Kids

gob

noun \ˈgäb\

Definition of GOB for Kids

:  1lump 1 <a gob of mud>

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