verb (used with object), tummed, tum·ming.
Origin of tum
Examples from the Web for tum
"Why, yon's owd Tum Grisdale cart back ageean," he cried eaut.Goblin Tales of Lancashire|James Bowker
"That's so," he said, as he saw that the place where Tum Tum used to stand was empty.Tum Tum, the Jolly Elephant|Richard Barnum
Accustomed as he was to "tum'le" his neighbors at the Red Lion, he was now profoundly agitated.The Shadow of a Crime|Hall Caine
Tum violaria et Myrtus, et omnis copia narium Spargent olivetis odorem.A Year in a Lancashire Garden|Henry Arthur Bright
Alluding to this time, Erasmus spoke of More as Tum studiorum sodali.The Oxford Reformers|Frederic Seebohm