1. [mid-19C–1900s] (US) to grab, to steal, to apprehend.
2. [1920s+] (also gobble off) to fellate; thus gobbling n., fellatio [play on eat v. (4)].
[early–mid-17C] a glutton.
[1930s] (US) a saxophone.
[late 17C–18C] a sexually active woman.
see gob-stick under gob n.1
[1910s+] (orig. US) to fellate.