|Origin:||bob 'bunch (of hair)' (14-20 centuries), perhaps from Scottish Gaelic baban|
|Origin:||Perhaps from Bob, an informal name for someone called Robert|
a way of cutting hair so that it hangs to the level of your chin and is the same length all the way round your head
a quick up and down movement of your head or body, to show respect, agreement, greeting etc:
The maid gave a little bob and left the room.
3 [plural] informalPEC
a shilling (=coin used in the past in Britain):
At last I'm making a few bob (=a reasonable amount of money).