Cobby

Cobby

Cobby may refer to:

  • Anita Cobby, Australian murder victim
  • Brian Cobby (born 1929), British actor
  • Harry Cobby (1894–1955), Australian military aviator
  • Steve Cobby, UK musician, composer, DJ and producer

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  • Cobby — Cob by, a. [From {Cob}, n.] 1. Headstrong; obstinate. [Obs.] Brockett. [1913 Webster] 2. Stout; hearty; lively. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cobby — ˈkäbē, bi adjective ( er/ est) Etymology: cob (III) + y 1. dialect England a. : hearty, lively b …   Useful english dictionary

  • cobby — adjective (cobbier; est) Date: 1845 stocky < a cobby horse > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Cobby — This very interesting name has the same root origins as Cobb , Cob or Cobbe , which is to say that it is a derivative of the original christian name Jacob. The name (as Jacob) is rarely found before the 1066 Norman Conquest, and then only for… …   Surnames reference

  • cobby —  head strong, tyrannical. Cumb. In Northumberland it means stout, hearty, brisk ; in Derbyshire, well or in good spirits, clever, &c. : as I m pretty cobby t day …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • Cobby dog — A cobby dog is a dog whose length is equal to or lesser than its height. Examples include King Charles Spaniel, Pug, Pomeranian and Petit Brabancon. External links * [http://www.akc.org/sitesearch/index.cfm List of Cobby Dogs from the American… …   Wikipedia

  • Cobby — Morphologie (chat) La morphologie du chat est l un des critères de jugement le plus important lors des expositions félines.Il existe trois types de morphologie. À savoir « bréviligne », « médioligne » et… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cobby — adjective /ˈkä bE/ a) stocky b) obstinate …   Wiktionary

  • cobby — Yorkshire Dialect Active …   English dialects glossary

  • cobby — adj. stout; hearty; lively …   English contemporary dictionary

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