- a fragment or bit, esp. of raw flesh
- a lump; chunk; mass
- a mouthful
Origin of gobbetMiddle English gobet, small piece from Old French mouthful, probably from Gaulish an unverified form gobbo-, mouth
- A piece or chunk, especially of raw meat.
- A bit or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of useful information.
- A small amount of liquid; a drop.
Origin of gobbetMiddle English gobet from Old French diminutive of gobe mouthful ; see gob 1.
(third-person singular simple present gobbets, present participle gobbeting, simple past and past participle gobbeted)