Geology A rock fragment between 64 and 256 millimeters in diameter, especially one that has-been naturally curved.
See cob coal.
A particle from 64 to 256 mm in diameter, following the Wentworth scale
A fishing watercraft. See coble.
Cob coal. See under Cob.
A stone curved because of the activity of water, as well as a size ideal for use within paving. Smaller rocks of the identical character are usually called pebbles, and larger ones boulders. Also called cobblestone, cobstone.
A rounded hill.
A round fan like a cobble. See cobnut.
A kernel or rock (of fruit, etc.).
A lump of coal through the size of an egg to this of a foot-ball.
A name the red-throated diver, Colymbus septentrionalis.
overall, any little bit of metal or metal that is squandered during rolling or forging: specifically, an imperfectly puddled ball of iron which would go to pieces in squeezer.
rectangular paving stone with curved top; once used to make roadways