- luminous range,
- lump hammer,
- lump in one's throat
Word Origin for lumme
Examples from the Web for lumme
When things calmed down another Cockney bawled out, "Lumme, that was a near one, Bill."
"Lumme, if it ain't our sub-lootenant," exclaimed his benefactor.The Thick of the Fray at Zeebrugge|Percy F. Westerman
"Lor' lumme," said the incensed Mr. Kidd, pushing Mr. Gibbs forward.Ship's Company, The Entire Collection|W.W. Jacobs
One of the men turned to me and said, "Lumme, mate, if old Hindenburg ain't been and gone and finished the blooming job for us!"
"Lumme," he said aloud to himself, "there's anuvver of 'em wiv knock-knees," and disillusionment cannot have been long delayed.