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Oxford dictionary definition of the word lob:
verb (lobs, lobbing, lobbed)
[with object and adverbial of direction]
throw or hit (a ball or missile) in a high arc:
he lobbed the ball over their heads
[with object] (in soccer or tennis) kick or hit the ball over (an opponent) in a high arc:
he managed to lob the keeper
(in sport) a ball lobbed over an opponent or a stroke producing this result:
Federer played a lob and Nadal’s high volley was in the net
Cricket a ball bowled with a slow underarm action.
late 16th century (in the senses ’cause or allow to hang heavily’ and ‘behave like a lout’): from the archaic noun lob ‘lout’, ‘pendulous object’, probably from Low German or Dutch (compare with modern Dutch lubbe ‘hanging lip’). The current sense dates from the mid 19th century