Origin of tump
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These tump lines supported rather bulky wooden boxes running the lengths of the men's backs.
At this moment two men swung up the river trail, bending to the broad tump lines that crossed the tops of their heads.
Tump-line, tump′-līn, n. a strap across the forehead or breast by means of which a burden is carried through the Canadian forests.
Then there was a girding up of the loins, a getting out of tump-lines and canvas packs, and the long portage was begun.Crooked Trails|Frederic Remington
And we have both the tump and the church of Exmes thrown in ἐν παρέρλῳ.Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine|Edward A. Freeman