(computing, databases) Abbreviation of Oracle Large Object.
Origin of lob
Originally,to act like a lout, hang heavily, move clumsilyfromloblout, something heavy and pendulous, lumpfrom Middle English lobpollack, lout Middle Low German Middle Dutch lobbe, lubbehanging lip, probably ultimately of imitative origin
8c, 9b, lob, xii.
Bonvalot, accompanied by Father Dedeken of the Belgian Catholic Mission aid Prince Henri d'Orleans, left Charkhlik, south-west of the Lob Nor, in November 1889, and taking a very nearly due southerly course, reached on the 13th of February 1890 the eastern end of the Tengri Nor.
lob) that "for Adam he found no helper (qualified) to match him."
The violent tone of some of his printed manifestoes about this time, especially of his Lob des Konigs u.