the ear, usu. human.
|Provinc. Words Lincs. 202: Tab, a piece of leather in the front of a boot, a latchet, the ear .|
|Sporting Times 17 Jan. 1/3: [She] caught him [i.e. ‘a Brooding Bull-Pup’] Unceremoniously by the Left tab and Slung him into a Yawning Cuspidor.|
|Passing Eng. of the Victorian Era.|
|Sat. Night and Sun. Morning 82: A nice change though from a bread-pudding face with spotted-dick eyes and ginger-pink tabs.|
|Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner (1960) 138: If I see yo’ gooin’ about wi’ that daft Frankie Buller, I’ll clink yer tab-’ole.‘The Decline and Fall of Frankie Bullere’|
|Birthday 55: He [...] had an earring hanging from his left tab hole.|