vb. to harangue, to rebuke in a long-winded or drawn-out way
Jobe is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Ann Wynia, née Jobe (born 1943), former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
- Ben Jobe, American former men's college basketball head coach
- Brandt Jobe (born 1965), American golfer
- Frank Jobe, American orthopedic surgeon who performed the first "Tommy John surgery"
- Georges Jobé (born 1961), five-time FIM motocross world champion from Belgium
- Kari Jobe (born 1981), American Christian singer and songwriter
- Maba Jobe (born 1965?), Gambian army officer and politician
- Momodou Lamin Sedat Jobe (born 1944), Foreign Minister of Gambia from 1998 to 2001
- Sami Jo (born Jane Annette Jobe in 1947), American country singer
- JoBe Cerny, voice and character actor, producer and director, best known as the voice of the Pillsbury Doughboy
- Jobe Watson (born 1985), Australian rules footballer
- Jobe Wheelhouse (born 1985), Australian footballer
Usage examples of "jobe".
Jobe looked up at a big, bearlike man in a bibbed cap carrying a fishing rod.
Then Curly had been whipped by Flagan Sackett, a man who had just gone through a punishing ordeal, Jobe had been wounded, and the old Bull himself ignored.