gob

  1. a man who serves as a sailor
  2. (British) a lump of slimey stuff
  3. informal terms for the mouth

gob

[n] - (British) a lump of slimey stuff
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Gob

Gob (gŏb) noun [ Confer Goaf .] (Mining) Same as Goaf .
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/G/40

Gob

Gob noun [ Old French gob morsel; confer French gobe , gobbe , a poisoned morsel, poison ball, gobet a piece swallowed, gober to swallow greedily and without tasting; confer Gael. & Ir. gob mouth, snout, W. gwp a bird's head and neck. Confer Gobble...
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gob

noun a lump of slimy stuff; `a gob of phlegm`
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Gob

• (n.) Same as Goaf. • (n.) The mouth. • (n.) A little mass or collection; a small quantity; a mouthful.
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Gob

(from the article `gnome`) ...guards mines of precious treasures hidden in the earth. He is represented in medieval mythologies as a small, physically deformed (usually ...
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Gob

Gob is British slang for the mouth.
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Gob

The term applied to that part of the mine from which the coal has been removed and the space more or less filled up with waste. Also, the loose waste in a mine. Also called goaf.
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Gob

Gob (gob) , in the Bible, town, SW ancient Palestine.
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GOB

Ground Order of Battle.
Found on http://www.f-16.net/glossary-G.html

gob

(literally beak) mouth. Perhaps from Irish. (OED)
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Gob

The term applied to that part of the mine from which the coal has been removed and the space more or less filled up with waste. Also, the loose waste in a mine. Also called goaf.
Found on http://www.rocksandminerals.com/glossary.htm
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