(rare compared to the pet form) A surname, derived from Robert.
- To incur a debt in order to pay off another debt.
- To rob in an unusually deceitful or thorough way:
robbed the old couple blind while employed as a companion.
- To have a romantic or sexual relationship with someone significantly younger than oneself.
Origin of Rob
Middle English robben from Old French rober of Germanic origin reup- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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