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nob2 (sl.) person of wealth or distinction. XIX. In XVIII Sc. nab, knabb, of unkn. orig.
Hence nobby smart, elegant XIX; in XVIII Sc. knabby.

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Nob, in the Bible, religious center just N of Jerusalem. Saul had its inhabitants massacred.

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nob1 (sl.) head. XVII. perh. var. of KNOB.

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