To secrete or produce saliva. Usually over someone else whilst talking. This causes said person to be grossed out which results in comments such as "I asked for the news not the weather" or "Say it don't spray it."

Comes from the word 'Gob' meaning 'Mouth.'
"Ew! You just gobbed all over my food!"
Or
"You just gobbed on me!"
by BoogerBrain July 31, 2006
Mouth
of Irish origin.
Word in the Irish language.
In Irish (Gaeilge)gob, meaning beak
transfered as slang in English as mouth
by EI March 2, 2005
Stands for Good one Benny. GOB is a friend that says something wildly unfunny while convinced it is actually funny.
Someone tells you an horrible joke. Simply reply with “GOB”
by TurtleMoney November 25, 2020
A gob is a double dipped frozen banana with everything on it. It requires two sticks to support the extra chocolate and nuts.
Gob: Give me a gob.
GM: GOB!
Gob: No, I didn't mean for you to yell my name at me. Its what I call a double dipped banana with everything on it.
by imoscardotcom January 3, 2008
''Shut yer gob fannybawz''
by Brendan April 5, 2003
A term inspired by the US comedy series Arrested Development. It refers to one of the show's central characters, 'GOB', an arrogant, shameless, self promoting showman.

In real world terms, "a GOB" is someone who displays the same classless showmanship, such as the lead singer of a pub covers band who thinks he's the greatest thing since Barry White but can't sing to save himself, or a standup commedian who obviously thinks his material is great, when in reality it stinks. Badly.
Me: This is the worst band I've ever seen.
Kate: Yeah, the lead singer's a freakin' GOB.
by Jimmehh September 15, 2005
It means spit....

See also Gobbed (Spat)
That bloke had all gob down his shirt
by paul-k January 22, 2004