from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In India, a large leathern vessel made of untanned hide of the buffalo or the goat, and used for holding oil, ghee, etc. Also written
- noun A furbisher of old clothes. York Plays, Int., p. lxxv.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, dubs.
- noun A globular vessel or bottle of leather, used in India to hold ghee, oil, etc.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A person who records or adds a
dubbed soundtrackto a film
- noun A
globular vesselor bottleof leather, used in India to hold ghee, oil, etc.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There are also "stretching-frames," on which the skins are placed to undergo the process of dubbing, which is the removal of the flesh and fatty particles adhering to the skin, by means of the "dubber," an instrument made of the stock of an elk's horn.
The "dubber" was made of the stock of an elk's horn, with a piece of iron or steel inserted in the end, forming a sharp knife.
Sparkie Arbuckle: da wiz you truly are SAB's royal 'dubber'.
Moving actors try to make large physical choices that must be justified when their dubber makes a contradicting statement.
Would tie in with the idea of Twitter as public conversation, or as @dubber I think called it, performance conversation.
“You tell the jigger-dubber!” answered the cribbage player.
We know that the slider has been dubber E75 thanks to a few leaked live images but the E71 look-a-like is still a bit of a mystery.
Nixon most famously dubbed the leading ladies of the movies "The King and I," "My Fair Lady," and "West Side Story," the last of which also had her dubbing Rita Moreno's voice in the "Tonight" quintet, because Rita's dubber was out sick!
She reads a teleprompter well, but Bible Spice, as Alec Baldwin so aptly dubber her, is not a qualified person to be sitting in the Oval Office.
“Ay, and get the credit of having done him — as may be the case with, yourself, friend — for he had some two or three hoggs about him” — “You know you took the last rap from his breeches-pocket not an hour ago,” expostulated the poor convalescent — “But help me to take the body out of the bed, and I will not tell the jigger-dubber that you have been beforehand with him.”