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ob.1

1.
he died; she died.
Origin of ob.1
< Latin obiit

ob.2

Origin
< Latin obiter

ob.3

1.
oboe.
2.
Meteorology. observation.

O.B.

or O/B

1.
opening of books.
2.
ordered back.
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  • No, said ob., I will win ten thousandyou shall throw for the odd ninety.

    William Harvey D'Arcy Powers
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ob.

abbreviation
1.
(on tombstones) obiit
2.
obiter
3.
oboe
Word Origin
(for sense 1) Latin: he (or she) died; (for sense 2) Latin: incidentally; in passing
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Related Abbreviations for ob.

ob.

1.
Latin obiit (he or she died)
2.
Latin obiter (incidentally)
3.
oboe

Ob.

Obadiah
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