To be extra careful, Jones and Kau visited an Ob practice several times during the pregnancy.
The remaining monument is to the memory of mistress Jane Blount, Ob.
Yas, sar, allers; I nussed him, and den de chil'ren—all Ob 'em.
Among the Romish theological writers of the day, Hilarius Litomierzicky, Ob.
She say dat South Callina does de most Ob de fightin' 'n' de bes' Ob it, too!
God bless your honor, sir, an' we're Ob'laged to you for you kindness an' patience wid the likes o' us.
Dey ced dey could wip two Ob you, but I guess one Ob you could wip two Ob dem.
Ever sence one Ob de las' battles, sah; but he's worse sence we come yer, 'bout a mont' back.
Wants all Ob Massa Dalton's balance what am left in de bank.
So hurry, an' while you dresses, I'll pack up some Ob yo' clo's in a bundle.
prefix meaning "toward, against, across, down," also used as an intensive, from Latin ob "toward, to, over against, in the way of, by reason of, about, before, in front of," from PIE root *epi, also *opi "near, against" (see epi-).