Mob commonly refers to a crowd of people (from Latin mobile vulgus, meaning "fickle commoners").

Mob or mobbing may also refer to:

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... he recorded a group of local boys called The Wilcannia Mob ... on a cd of young Aboriginal Hip Hop artists recorded at workshops around Australia called All You Mob, which New York Times named in their top ten alternative albums of the year ... released three solo albums (one of which contained second disc which was a followup to All You Mob) and worked with Miles Merrill on another ...
Andrew Freeman (musician) - Lynch Mob
... as the lead vocalist with Dokken / Lynch Mob guitarist George Lynch ... Other members of Lynch Mob when Andrew was vocalist were Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath/Dio), Marten Andersson (Lizzy Borden, Starwood), Rob De Luca (Spre ...
Str8 Out Da Slums - Track Listing
... a Long Way" – 339 "Coast 2 Coast" – 402 "Life in da Mob" – 450 "Savage 4 Life" – 330 "We Made It Out the Bottom" – 401 The Jacka Albums The ...
Mob - In Acronyms
... MOB may mean Magyar Olimpiai Bizottság, National Olympic Committee of Hungary Mail-order bride, a woman who publishes her intent to marry someone from another country ...

Famous quotes containing the word mob:

    The mob has many heads but no brains.
    17th-century English proverb, collected in Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia (1732)

    The mob in silence leaves their prince’s side,
    And to the coming ruler gives its love,
    And is with mobs the custom.
    Publius Papinius Statius (c. 40–96)

    “... A nation has to take its natural course
    Of Progress round and round in circles
    From King to Mob to King to Mob to King
    Until the eddy of it eddies out.”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)