Korn has got one thing that noboddy else has got, and that iz a kob.
For one was from kob and the other was from Osaka, and they did not meet as often as they could have wished.
That the tzeiran, koba, and kob, are varieties of another: 3.
Cob, kob, n. a head of maize: a short-legged strong horse for heavy weights: a male swan—also Cob′-swan.
From where I stood looking at them hartebeest, kob, waterbuck, and oribi were also all in sight.
Coble, Cobble, kob′l, n. a small flat-bottomed fishing-boat.
Take away from me all vanity, but grant that mi Sunday panterloons may fit me, even az korn fitteth the kob.
This notion my experience of the country, gathered in the seclusion of the Oriental at kob, made me scoff at.
Osaka is about eighteen miles from kob, and stands at the head of the bay of Osaka.
Cob, kob, n. a kind of composition of clay and straw for building.