bobbing, present participle; bobbed, past tense; bobbed, past participle; bobs, 3rd person singular present;
Cut (someone's hair) in a bob
she tied a headscarf over her bobbed brown hair
Ride on a bobsled
A change of order in bell-ringing
Used in names of change-ringing methods
British shilling: a former monetary unit in Great Britain
move up and down repeatedly; "her rucksack bobbed gently on her back"
a hair style for women and children; a short haircut all around
bobsled: ride a bobsled; "The boys bobbed down the hill screaming with pleasure"
dock: remove or shorten the tail of an animal
bobsled: a long racing sled (for 2 or more people) with a steering mechanism
BOB were an Indie pop band from North London, England, formed in 1985.
Bob is a pseudonym used by two characters in the sitcom Blackadder, both female and played by Gabrielle Glaister.
"B.O.B" ("Bombs Over Baghdad") is the first single to be released from hip-hop duo OutKast's fourth studio album, Stankonia. "B.O.B" is much more high-tempo and Drum and bass-influenced track than Outkast's usual efforts, featuring the Morris Brown College Gospel Choir in its chorus. ...
Bob, in comics, may refer to: *Bob, Agent of HYDRA, a Marvel Comics character associated with Deadpool *Bob (First Comics), a "watchlizard" from the First Comics series GrimJack *Bob the Monitor, a character who appeared in Countdown to Final Crisis
*spongeBob, a sponge
This is a list of supporting characters from the First Comics series Grimjack. It covers characters from both the John Gaunt and James Twilley eras.
This is a list of fictional characters in the television series Heroes, the Heroes graphic novels, and the Heroes webisodes.
A bobbing motion; A bobber; A curtsy; To move gently and vertically, in either a single motion or repeatedly up and down, at or near the surface of a body of water; To move (something) as though it were bobbing in water; To curtsy
(BOBS) Botswana Bureau of Standards
(Bobs) 1. “Bob’s your uncle”: a phrase signalling an accomplishment 2. A game like snooker without the smoking, boozing or gambling. 3. One shilling pieces. (one was enough to get into the flicks)
(Bobs) One who is a boba and whos IQ is less than her age Erika Fuckrendo
(Bobs) That part of the trap usually made of light weight aluminum rods that the Racing Homer pushes against to get into the loft. Normally used for a one way entrance.
In UK usage, the term for a small flag or pennant flown from the topmast truck of a sailing barge, bearing the owner’s logo and/or colours, and used to indicate wind direction – a bob-fly or Kent vane-fly (see also ‘colours 6)’, ‘house flag 1)’, ‘logo’, ‘main’, ‘truck 1)’, ‘vane 1)’ and ‘vane 2) ...
The business of cheating someone, whether it's of their cash, honor, or trust. Good guides in Sigil warn a cutter when someone's bobbing him. Thieves boast that they "bobbed a leatherhead on the street."
The name traditionally used for the second user of cryptography in a system; Alice's friend.
50c. Origins from British money. (Sent by Sarah Maseko)
The name given to 'person B' when describing a conversation.
a one-foot line in certain stanzaic forms of medieval alliterative poetry, such as Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
At an appropriate point in the method (in most methods, a lead end, to modify the sequence of changes (in effect, to ring by a slightly different blue line) for a few changes. See also single, touch and plain course.
a pet form of Robert; also, London slang for a coin worth 1.5 pence in the 14th c., and by 1837 a shilling.