1. [early 19C] to droop, to allow to hang heavily.
2. [1910s] (Aus.) to fail.
3. see lob in
1. [late 19C+] (Aus.) to arrive, to turn up, (of a race horse) to win; thus lobber, one who turns up; lob around, wait around.
2. [1920s] (Aus.) to hit, to assault.
3. [20C+] to commence having sexual intercourse.
[1910s] (Aus.) to go away.
1. to get hold of or find out through a stroke of luck.
2. to associate oneself with.
[1940s+] to hand out.