Rob

[ rob ]
/ rɒb /

noun

a male given name, form of Robert.

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British Dictionary definitions for rob's

rob

/ (rɒb) /

verb robs, robbing or robbed

(tr) to take something from (someone) illegally, as by force or threat of violence
to plunder (a house, shop, etc)
(tr) to deprive unjustlyto be robbed of an opportunity
Derived Formsrobber, noun

Word Origin for rob

C13: from Old French rober, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German roubōn to rob

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