English to Samoan Meaning :: hob

Hob :
hob
- hobhobs
 

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Noun(1) (folklore(2) a hard steel edge tool used to cut gears(3) a shelf beside an open fire where something can be kept warm
Verb(1) cut with a hob

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(1) The hob is composed of cutter blades and a hob head.(2) Once you have used a hob to cut a gear you will wonder why you would use anything else!(3) She should be in full season for 2 weeks before being put with a hob .(4) It began to respond to the demands of Britain's burgeoning towns and cities for cast iron - for rainwater goods, street furniture, fireplaces, hobs and grates and all manner of other items.(5) Inside the original rafters and walls are adorned by two splendid hobs over a fireplace.(6) During the festival, local residents and businesses will take part in a competition to decorate their homes, gardens and shop fronts with home made boggarts, wood spirits, elves, hobs and faeries.(7) It has been the haunt of the mischievous, mythical hobs .(8) Hobs are usually bigger than jills but the personalities vary little between the sexes.(9) In Granny Kilpatrick's cookhouse stood a great black stove and all the pots sat around on the big white hobs .
Related Words
(1) ceramic hob ::
hob keramika
Synonyms
Noun
1. imp ::
Imp
2. elf ::
elf
4. gremlin ::
gremlin
5. pixie ::
pixie
6. brownie ::
brownie
Different Forms
hob, hobs
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