Definition of Gobonee

1. gobony [adj] - See also: gobony



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gobonee

goblindom
gobline
goblines
gobliness
goblinesses
goblinize
goblinized
goblinizes
goblinizing
goblinlike
goblinoid
goblinoids
goblins
gobo
goboes
gobonee (current term)
gobony
gobos
gobs
gobsful
gobsmack
gobsmacked
gobsmacking
gobsmackingly
gobsmacks
gobstopper
gobstoppers
gobstruck

Literary usage of Gobonee

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1845)
"... one of the Beauforts with a border gobonee argent and azure; and Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk, without any known distinction, f In the same spirit, ..."

2. The Law and Practice of Heraldry in Scotland by George Seton (1863)
"Mr. Montagu remarks that " as the border gobonee was assumed by them (or assigned to them) after the Act of legitimation, it is probable that such border ..."

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