A rounded protuberance, handle, or control switch.
A prominent curved hill.
A rounded decoration regarding hilt of an edged gun; a pommel.
A prominent, curved bump along a mountain ridge.
A contemptible individual.
A dollop, a quantity only larger than a spoonful (usually discussing butter)
A hard protuberance; a hard swelling or rising; a bunch; a lump.
A knoblike ornament or handle.
A rounded hill or hill.
A rounded projection; a protuberance; a lot; a knop.
A fleshy protuberance; a pimple.
A rounded projection forming the termination of anything, as of a staff: specifically, the more or less ballshaped area of the handle for a door, drawer, and/or like.
A prominent remote hill; a hill generally speaking: just like mound in Wisconsin and Iowa, and butte when you look at the Cordilleran region. [Southern and western U. S.]
In entomology, a dilated external portion of a part. Particularly — An expanded apical percentage of an insect's antenna, like in a butterfly. In Diptera, the capitulum or external portion of the halter or balancer. The bloated external part of a fly's proboscis.
In a cannon, the spherical part at rear-end of piece, forming the alternative extremity into the muzzle: it is an integral part of the cascabel. In ships' firearms a breeching-loop takes the spot for the knob.
In architecture, particularly, a bunch of leaves, blossoms, or comparable ornaments, given that boss on intersection of ribs, the termination of a label or other molding, or a bunch of vegetation in a capital. Within feeling also referred to as knop and knot. See cut-under boss.
Same as knobstick.
The rudiment of a deer's antler. Compare knobber.
a tiny group, not as much as 30, of ducks: an English sporting-term.
a round handle
an ornament in the shape of a ball from the hilt of a sword or dagger