Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as kob.

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Examples

  • You this woman you will not koba me o, like I am in the library and all this people are currently giving me nasty looks because I was just laughing histerically.

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  • How are u jo? p. s..if u see the trouble ure blog wanted to put me into just now ... the music wan send my number call police 4 me. .abed no koba mi

    JUST RANTING

  • Eyes as innocent as the koba antelope's, open in wonder

    Leopold Sedar Senghor

  • Lokhe kuthi ngeke sithi silwa nobugebengu sibe sishiya ukweswela ngaphandle yingakho kumele silwe nobuphuya lokho koba nomthelela ebugebengwini.

    Speech by Sindi Chikunga on the State of the Nation Address Debate

  • Grouped together in two or three cases, are the sable and other antelopes from the Cape of Good Hope; the algazelle, and the addax and its young from North Africa; the sing-sing, and the koba from Western Africa; the sassaybi; the chamois of the Alps -- the subject of many a stirring mountain song; the goats of North Africa; the strange Siberian ibex; the grue and gorgon from the Cape; varieties of the domestic goat, and the beautiful Cashmere goat.

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