[oh-bee] /ˈoʊ bi/
one of a group of awards given annually, beginning in 1956, by New York City’s The Village Voice newspaper for achievement in the off-Broadway theater.
one of the annual awards given to off-Broadway theater, 1967, from O.B. as the abbreviation of Off-Broadway.
An award given to a meritorious off-Broadway production
[1956+; fr off Broadway]
A narcotic combining four amphetamines: The brother makes tea, and they talk about Obies
[1960s+ Narcotics; fr Obetrol2, probably a portmanteau form of obesity control]
OB (that is, off Broadway)
on-board inert gas generating system
[oh-bi-it; English oh-bee-it, ob-ee-] /ˈoʊ bɪ ɪt; English ˈoʊ bi ɪt, ˈɒb i-/ Latin. 1. he died; she died.
a keeper of camels, an Ishmaelite who was “over the camels” in the time of David (1 Chr. 27:30).
[oh-bee; Japanese aw-bee] /ˈoʊ bi; Japanese ˈɔ bi/ noun, plural obis, obi. 1. a long, broad sash tied about the waist over a Japanese kimono. [oh-bee] /ˈoʊ bi/ noun, plural obis. 1. . /ˈəʊbɪ/ noun (pl) obis, obi 1. a broad sash tied in a large flat bow at the back, worn by Japanese women […]