ump

[uhmp]
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Origin of ump

shortened form
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Contemporary Examples of ump

Historical Examples of ump

  • Ump's bed had not been slept in, and there was about him the warm smell of a horse.

    Dwellers in the Hills

    Melville Davisson Post

  • We followed him to the stable, Ump galloping like a great rabbit.

    Dwellers in the Hills

    Melville Davisson Post

  • I had no idea of what Ump was up to, but I should learn no earlier by a volley of questions.

    Dwellers in the Hills

    Melville Davisson Post

  • The idea of resting the horse was so delicious that Ump and Jud laughed too.

    Dwellers in the Hills

    Melville Davisson Post

  • But I talked with Ump about it, and in the light of these after events it was tolerably clear.

    Dwellers in the Hills

    Melville Davisson Post


Word Origin and History for ump
n.

short for umpire (n.), by 1915, American English.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

ump in Medicine

UMP

abbr.
  1. uridine phosphate
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