Cobbler(s) may refer to:

  • A shoemaker who repairs shoes, rather than manufacturing them (see cordwainer for a discussion of the distinction).
    • Cobbler apron, a type of apron that covers both the front and back of the body
  • The Cobbler, a mountain located near the head of Loch Long in Scotland, also known as "Ben Arthur"
  • Cobbler (food), a traditional baked dish, either dessert or savoury
  • Cobbler may refer to a type of Mixed drink
  • USS Cobbler (SS-344)
  • Cobbler (software), a network-oriented install server for Linux
  • "The Cobblers", a nickname for Northampton Town F.C., English association football club
  • Cobblers is short for "cobbler's awls" which is a rhyming slang for 'balls' (testicles) [1]


  • Basa fish, marketed as "Vietnamese river cobbler" in the UK
  • Cnidoglanis macrocephalus, an eeltail catfish found along the coasts of Australia
  • Freshwater cobbler (Tandanus bostocki), an eeltail catfish found in freshwater habitats of Australia
  • Pompano, marine fishes in the Trachinotus genus and various other members of the Carangidae family and Perciformes order
  • South Australian cobbler, Gymnapistes marmoratus, often just called "cobbler" in Australia

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  • Cobbler — de manzana. El cobbler (‘zapatero’) es un plato tradicional de los Estados Unidos y el Reino Unido, si bien el significado del término difiere bastante de un país a otro. En los Estados Unidos, suele ser un postre consistente en un relleno de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Cobbler — steht für: Cobbler (Cocktail), ein alkoholhaltiges Mischgetränk Cobbler (Gericht), ein US amerikanisches Dessert Cobbler, ein Berg in Schottland, siehe Ben Arthur Cnidoglanis macrocephalus, einen aalförmigen Wels, heimisch vor der Küste… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • cobbler — ► NOUN 1) a person whose job is mending shoes. 2) chiefly N. Amer. a fruit pie with a rich, cake like crust. 3) (cobblers) Brit. informal nonsense. [ORIGIN: originally in the sense «testicles»: from rhyming slang cobbler s awls «balls».] ● let… …   English terms dictionary

  • Cobbler — Cob bler, n. 1. A mender of shoes. Addison. [1913 Webster] 2. A clumsy workman. Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. A beverage. See {Sherry cobbler}, under {Sherry}. [1913 Webster] {Cobbler fish} (Zo[ o]l.), a marine fish ({Blepharis crinitus}) of the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cobbler — cóbbler s. n. Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  CÓBBLER s. n. băutură răcoritoare pe bază de vin şi alte băuturi alcoolice diluate, cu gheaţă şi ornamente de fructe. (< engl. cobbler) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007.… …   Dicționar Român

  • Cobbler — Cobbler, amerikan. Getränk aus Wein (besonders Sherry), Zucker, Orangenschalen und gestoßenem Eis, wird durch einen Strohhalm getrunken …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Cobbler — Cobbler, Getränk aus Wein mit gestoßenem Eis, Zucker und Orangenschalen; am bekanntesten Sherry C …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Cobbler — A woollen manufacturer s term for rejected pieces of cloth which are unsatisfactory in make or dye …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • cobbler — ☆ cobbler1 [käb′lər ] n. [< ?] 1. an iced drink containing wine, whiskey, or rum, citrus fruit, sugar, etc. 2. a deep dish fruit pie, usually with a thick top crust of biscuit dough cobbler2 [käb′lər] n. [ME cobelere < ?] 1. a person whose… …   English World dictionary

  • cobbler — {{11}}cobbler (1) late 13c., cobelere one who mends shoes, of uncertain origin. It and COBBLE (Cf. cobble) (v.) evidently go together etymologically [OED], but the historical record presents some difficulties. The cobbler should stick to his last …   Etymology dictionary

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