Associations to the word «Ob»
OB, noun. (historical) A halfpenny.
OB, noun. (archaic) An objection.
OB, noun. (genetics) The obese gene.
OB, proper noun. A major river in western Siberia, Russia.
OB, symbol. (category theory) The set of objects of a category.
OB, abbreviation. Obstetrician
OB, abbreviation. Obstetrics
OB, abbreviation. Obstetric
OB, abbreviation. Ob. (latin) obiit: he/she died
OB, abbreviation. Obligatory (as in "ob. link" on Usenet) (see )
OB, noun. A major river of western Siberia; flows generally northward and westward to the Gulf of Ob and the Kara Sea.
OB, noun. The branch of medicine dealing with childbirth and care of the mother.
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