Origin: ME lobbe- (in lobbe-keling, large codfish), heavy, thick, akin to OE lobbe, spider, EFris, MLowG lobbe, hanging lump of flesh, OHG luppa, lumpy mass < IE base (s)leubh-, to hang loosely > sloven
See lob in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb lobbed lobbed, lob·bing, lobs verb, transitive
Origin: From Middle English, pollack, lout
Origin: , probably of Low German origin.
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