The term used to identify students at Oberlin College
Safer Sex Night is a social opportunity for obies to meet one another while learning about the wonderful safety and instructional measures on sex
by N October 22, 2004
a girl who is very kind and pretty ,cares about her friends reply and would take a bullet for anyone of them she is sporty and creative , she is happy and always laughing she is also very good at making people laugh ,Sometimes she can be quite shy but she is tough and she is a very very good person.
'hey ,, is that obie'
'obie, is soo pretty'
'that's my friend obie'
by ydjdkjd April 18, 2019
The shortening for the Irish surname "O'Brien" etc....
O'Brien = O'B = OBIE.
O'Dyer =O'D= ODIE
an irish man in the pub say's "hey OBIE can you ask ODIE to fill me jug?
by have a crack June 22, 2009
A phrase originating from the student halls of Swansea Institute meaning goodbye. The term Obie was fabricated from two sources, the first bing another urban term one or 1 also meaning goodbye and the other from Obi-Wan of Star Wars; in which the second part of his name sounds like the aforementioned terms.
Someone: Yo, i'll check you later
You: Aight man, obie!
by armz January 4, 2005
A wide sash fastened in the back with a large flat bow, worn by women in Japan as a part of the traditional dress.
An obi is a type of belt, typically tied together rather than fastened with a buckle. Adapted from traditional Japanese fashion, obis are a popular method of adding Asian flair to modern outfits. An obi can be purchased or easily made with basic sewing skills. The obi, meaning “sash” in Japanese, was traditionally worn by both men and women, beginning around the 16th century. Men's sashes are typically narrow strips of fabric, while women's can be more than 12 inches (30 cm) wide. Obis can be very long, but may be doubled or tied in elaborate, decorative bows. There are dozens of styles of obi, each associated with traditional tying and tucking methods. Traditionally, an obi is made out of silk, cotton, or brocade, and may be plain or feature a decorative pattern on one or both sides. The color of the fabric can be significant to the wearer; modern Japanese brides, for instance, often wear a pure white obi with their wedding dress. An older custom also calls for white obis to be worn as mourning clothes by widows, but in modern times a black sash may be worn instead. Traditional obis are often made to match or complement a specific kimono, thus people may own several different varieties and colors to match a large wardrobe.
by ♫ Highway to Hell ♫ July 12, 2011
Dang, check out Oby over there...I wanna talk to HER.
by obiageli October 27, 2006