verb (used with or without object), hobbed, hob·bing.
Origin of hob1
Related formshob·ber, noun
Definition for hob (2 of 2)
Related formshob·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for hob
You hear all this as you sit by the hob, under the shade of your hall-chimney.Kenilworth|Sir Walter Scott
“Come, doctor, let you and I hob and nob,” said the first-lieutenant.The King's Own|Captain Frederick Marryat
Hob Anster even ventured to remonstrate in the name of himself and his brethren.The Abbot|Sir Walter Scott
Hobnob, hob′nob, adv. have or not have, a familiar invitation to drink.
Have a cup of tea, Fortune, do; I have it brewing lovely on the hob.A Little Mother to the Others|L. T. Meade