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gob 1

 (gŏb)
n.
1. A small mass or lump.
2. often gobs Informal A large quantity: a gob of money; gobs of time.

[Middle English gobbe, probably from Old French gobe, mouthful, from gober, to gulp, of Celtic origin.]

gob 2

 (gŏb)
n. Slang
The mouth.

[Perhaps from Scottish and Irish Gaelic.]

gob 3

 (gŏb)
n. Slang
A sailor.

[Probably shortening of earlier gobshite, wad of expectorated chewing tobacco, sailor; see gobshite.]

gob

(ɡɒb)
n
1. a lump or chunk, esp of a soft substance
2. (often plural) informal a great quantity or amount
3. (Mining & Quarrying) mining
a. waste material such as clay, shale, etc
b. a worked-out area in a mine often packed with this
4. (Ceramics) a lump of molten glass used to make a piece of glassware
5. informal a globule of spittle or saliva
vb, gobs, gobbing or gobbed
(intr) informal Brit to spit
[C14: from Old French gobe lump, from gober to gulp down; see gobbet]

gob

(ɡɒb)
n
(Military) slang US an enlisted ordinary seaman in the US Navy
[C20: of unknown origin]

gob

(ɡɒb)
n
(Anatomy) a slang word (esp Brit) for the mouth
[C16: perhaps from Gaelic gob]

gob1

(gɒb)

n.
1. a mass or lump.
2. gobs, Informal. a large quantity: gobs of money.
[1350–1400; Middle English gobbe, variant of gobet gobbet]

gob2

(gɒb)

n. Slang.
a sailor.
[1910–15, Amer.; orig. uncertain]

Gob

 a large sum of money; a small quantity—Johnson, 1755.
Examples: gob of gold, 1566; of mercy, 1542; of money, 1542.

gob


Past participle: gobbed
Gerund: gobbing

Imperative
gob
gob
Present
I gob
you gob
he/she/it gobs
we gob
you gob
they gob
Preterite
I gobbed
you gobbed
he/she/it gobbed
we gobbed
you gobbed
they gobbed
Present Continuous
I am gobbing
you are gobbing
he/she/it is gobbing
we are gobbing
you are gobbing
they are gobbing
Present Perfect
I have gobbed
you have gobbed
he/she/it has gobbed
we have gobbed
you have gobbed
they have gobbed
Past Continuous
I was gobbing
you were gobbing
he/she/it was gobbing
we were gobbing
you were gobbing
they were gobbing
Past Perfect
I had gobbed
you had gobbed
he/she/it had gobbed
we had gobbed
you had gobbed
they had gobbed
Future
I will gob
you will gob
he/she/it will gob
we will gob
you will gob
they will gob
Future Perfect
I will have gobbed
you will have gobbed
he/she/it will have gobbed
we will have gobbed
you will have gobbed
they will have gobbed
Future Continuous
I will be gobbing
you will be gobbing
he/she/it will be gobbing
we will be gobbing
you will be gobbing
they will be gobbing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gobbing
you have been gobbing
he/she/it has been gobbing
we have been gobbing
you have been gobbing
they have been gobbing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gobbing
you will have been gobbing
he/she/it will have been gobbing
we will have been gobbing
you will have been gobbing
they will have been gobbing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gobbing
you had been gobbing
he/she/it had been gobbing
we had been gobbing
you had been gobbing
they had been gobbing
Conditional
I would gob
you would gob
he/she/it would gob
we would gob
you would gob
they would gob
Past Conditional
I would have gobbed
you would have gobbed
he/she/it would have gobbed
we would have gobbed
you would have gobbed
they would have gobbed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gob - a man who serves as a sailorgob - a man who serves as a sailor  
able seaman, able-bodied seaman - a seaman in the merchant marine; trained in special skills
boatswain, bo's'n, bos'n, bosun, bo'sun - a petty officer on a merchant ship who controls the work of other seamen
deckhand, roustabout - a member of a ship's crew who performs manual labor
helmsman, steerer, steersman - the person who steers a ship
bargee, bargeman, lighterman - someone who operates a barge
ship's officer, officer - a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel; "he is the officer in charge of the ship's engines"
pilot - a person qualified to guide ships through difficult waters going into or out of a harbor
crewman, sailor - any member of a ship's crew
sea lawyer - an argumentative and contentious seaman
whaler - a seaman who works on a ship that hunts whales
2.gob - a lump of slimy stuff; "a gob of phlegm"
chunk, clod, glob, lump, clump, ball - a compact mass; "a ball of mud caught him on the shoulder"
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
3.gob - informal terms for the mouthgob - informal terms for the mouth  
mouth, oral cavity, oral fissure, rima oris - the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge; "he stuffed his mouth with candy"

gob

noun piece, lump, chunk, hunk, nugget, blob, wad, clod, wodge (Brit. informal) a gob of ice

gob 1

noun
1. An irregularly shaped mass of indefinite size:
Informal: hunk.
2. Informal. An indeterminately great amount or number.Often used in plural:
jillion, million (often used in plural), multiplicity, ream, trillion.
Informal: bushel, heap (often used in plural), load (often used in plural), lot, oodles, passel, peck, scad (often used in plural), slew, wad, zillion.

gob 2

noun
Slang. The opening in the body through which food is ingested:
Slang: puss, trap.

gob 3

noun
Slang. A person engaged in sailing or working on a ship:
Informal: salt, tar.
Translations
klimppiklönttimöykkypaakkuräkäistä

gob

[gɒb]
A. N
1. (= spit) → salivazo m
2. (Brit) (= mouth) → bocaza f
B. VT (Brit) → escupir
C. VI (Brit) → escupir

gob

[ˈgɒb] n
(= mouth) (British)gueule f

gob

1
n (= lump)Klumpen m; a gob of spit (inf)eine Ladung Spucke (inf)
vi (Brit inf) → spucken; to gob at somebodyjdn anspucken

gob

2
n (Brit inf: = mouth) → Schnauze f (inf); shut your gob!halt die Schnauze! (inf)

gob

3
n (dated US, sl, = sailor) → blauer Junge (inf), → Blaujacke f (inf)
References in classic literature ?
We sit around and gaily pound, And bear no acrimony Because our ob--ject is a gob Of sizzling abalone.
The GOB Royalty Adjustments are based on a deemed production volume at the shut-in date, declining at 10% per year, and were to be provided for a period of up to 10 years from the shut-in date.
Realizing that he's made a huge mistake, Gob goes to break up with Ann, however when she starts undressing he decides to not break up with her.
In June 2012, the GOB passed a new anti-money laundering law.
The team concluded that women with GoB scores =50 - the high motivation group - would have live a healthier life and exercise regularly as compared to women with scores 50.
Rustigian said that the GOB sale is usually run by a front person operating on behalf of a wholesaler, and a lot of the money goes right back to the wholesaler, who has provided and contracted for the advertising.
Gob director James Martin Charlton said: ``He's playing a crusty street poet.
In addition, Mervyns received Court approval to retain Great American Group as its agent to assist it in conducting the GOB sales at all of its remaining stores.
Mohamed concluded, "This is a tremendous day for all involved: the GOB and their people; Princess Petroleum, Ltd; and Treaty Energy.
The GOB underfunds its police force, including the CCDAC.
What Chris Morris was doing was satirising celebrities who are so desperate to have their over-exposed gobs beamed into our living-rooms they will queue up to put their names to a fictional campaign called Nonce Sense.
The rating on the notes is supported mostly by the financial strength of the insurance provider, and to a lesser extent, the default probability of the GOB.