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rump

 (rŭmp)
n.
1. The fleshy hindquarters of an animal.
2. A cut of beef or veal from the rump.
3. The buttocks.
4. The part of a bird's back nearest the tail.
5. The last or inferior part.
6. A legislature having only a small part of its original membership and therefore being unrepresentative or lacking in authority.

[Middle English rumpe, of Scandinavian origin.]

rump

(rʌmp)
n
1. (Zoology) the hindquarters of a mammal, not including the legs
2. (Zoology) the rear part of a bird's back, nearest to the tail
3. (Anatomy) a person's buttocks
4. (Cookery) Also called: rump steak a cut of beef from behind the loin and above the round
5. an inferior remnant
[C15: from Scandinavian; compare Danish rumpe, Icelandic rumpr, German Rumpf trunk of the body]
ˈrumpless adj

rump

(rʌmp)

n.
1. the hind part of the body of an animal, as the hindquarters of a quadruped or sacral of a bird.
2. a cut of beef from this part of the animal, behind the loin and above the round.
3. the buttocks.
4. the remnant of a legislature, council, etc., after a majority of the members have resigned or been expelled.
[1375–1425; rumpe < Scandinavian; compare Dan, Norwegian, Swedish rumpe rump, tail]

Rump

1648–60 The English Parliament after it was purged of members unacceptable to the army.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rump - the part of an animal that corresponds to the human buttocksrump - the part of an animal that corresponds to the human buttocks
bird - warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
quadruped - an animal especially a mammal having four limbs specialized for walking
haunch - the loin and leg of a quadruped
body part - any part of an organism such as an organ or extremity
2.rump - fleshy hindquarters; behind the loin and above the round
cut of beef - cut of meat from beef cattle
rump steak - a steak cut from the rump
rump roast - a cut of beef or veal from the fleshy hindquarters of the animal
3.rump - the fleshy part of the human body that you sit onrump - the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
body part - any part of an organism such as an organ or extremity
torso, trunk, body - the body excluding the head and neck and limbs; "they moved their arms and legs and bodies"

rump

noun
1. remains, rest, those left, remaining part The rump of the party does still have assets.
2. buttocks, bottom, rear, backside (informal), tail (informal), seat, butt (U.S. & Canad. informal), bum (Brit. slang), ass (U.S. & Canad. taboo slang), buns (U.S. slang), arse (taboo slang), rear end, posterior, haunch, hindquarters, derrière (euphemistic), croup, jacksy (Brit. slang) jeans stretching across her rump

rump

noun
The part of one's back on which one rests in sitting:
buttock (used in plural), derrière, posterior, seat.
Informal: backside, behind, bottom, rear.
Slang: bun (used in plural), fanny, tush.
Chiefly British: bum.
Translations
kýtazadek
bagdeltyksteg
takapaisti
ramstek
lend
ランプステーキ
럼프 스테이크
astes gabals
kravál
rumpstek
เนื้อสะโพกของสัตว์
thịt mông bò

rump

[rʌmp]
A. N
1. (Anat) [of horse etc] → ancas fpl, grupa f; [of bird] → rabadilla f [of person] → trasero m (Culin) → cuarto m trasero, cadera f
2. (esp Brit) [of party etc] → parte f que queda
there's just a rump leftquedan solamente unos pocos
B. CPD rump steak Nfilete m de lomo de vaca or (LAm) de res

rump

[ˈrʌmp] n
[animal] → croupe f
(also rump steak) → romsteck m

rump

n (of animal)Hinterbacken pl; (of fowl)Bürzel m; (inf: of person) → Hinterteil nt, → Allerwerteste(r) m (hum); rump steakRumpsteak nt; the Rump (Brit, Hist) → das Rumpfparlament (im 17. Jahrhundert in England)

rump

[rʌmp] n (of horse) → groppa (posteriore), culatta (Culin) → scamone m

rump

(ramp) noun
the hind part of an animal's body.

rump

شَرِيحَةٌ مِن لـَحْمِ البَقَر kýta tyksteg Rumpsteak κόντρα φιλέτο filete de babilla takapaisti rumsteck ramstek bistecca di girello ランプステーキ 럼프 스테이크 lendebiefstuk rundbiff rumsztyk bife de alcatra ромштекс rumpstek เนื้อสะโพกของสัตว์ biftek thịt mông bò 臀部的牛排
References in classic literature ?
It was doubtless wrong, from a family point of view, to sign a treaty with a man who had cut off the head of the king your father's brother-in-law, and to contract an alliance with a parliament which they call yonder the Rump Parliament; it was unbecoming, I acknowledge, but it was not unskillful from a political point of view, since, thanks to that treaty, I saved your majesty, then a minor, the trouble and danger of a foreign war, which the Fronde -- you remember the Fronde sire?
Moreover, when two birds belonging to two distinct breeds are crossed, neither of which is blue or has any of the above-specified marks, the mongrel offspring are very apt suddenly to acquire these characters; for instance, I crossed some uniformly white fantails with some uniformly black barbs, and they produced mottled brown and black birds; these I again crossed together, and one grandchild of the pure white fantail and pure black barb was of as beautiful a blue colour, with the white rump, double black wing-bar, and barred and white-edged tail-feathers, as any wild rock-pigeon
The worthy fellow bounced from the elephant's neck to his rump, and vaulted like a clown on a spring-board; yet he laughed in the midst of his bouncing, and from time to time took a piece of sugar out of his pocket, and inserted it in Kiouni's trunk, who received it without in the least slackening his regular trot.
Carthoris must have glanced behind him at about the same time and taken in the situation, for by the time I had reached Thuvia's side he was there also, and, springing from his mount, he threw her upon its back and, turning the animal's head toward the hills, gave the beast a sharp crack across the rump with the flat of his sword.
So deep was it, that all he showed of himself was his hind-legs, his rump, and an intelligent and stiffly erect stump of a tail.
He even challenged him to closer acquaintance with an invitation to play, with an abrupt movement lifting his paws from the ground and striking them down, stretched out well before, his body bent down from the rump in such a curve that almost his chest touched the sand, his stump of a tail waving signals of good nature while he uttered a sharp, inviting bark.
The effect of this was to turn the lidi toward the right, and the longer I watched the procedure the more convinced I became that Raja and his mate were work-ing together with some end in view, for the she-dog merely galloped steadily at the lidi's right about op-posite his rump.
The Arab passed beneath the overhanging bough, there was a slight rustling of the leaves above, the horse snorted and plunged as a brown-skinned creature dropped upon its rump.
Korak gave an exclamation of astonishment and approval as Numa landed upon the pony's rump and at the same instant the girl swung free of her mount to the branches of a tree above her.
You know them, Tara of Helium; they can tell you exactly what they had at the midday meal two weeks ago, and how the loin of the thoat should be prepared, and what drink should be served with the rump of the zitidar.
Follow my Lady Mary, and see that she comes to my father's castle in safety," and raising her riding whip she struck Mary's palfrey across the rump so that the animal nearly unseated his fair rider as he leaped frantically to one side and started madly up the road down which they had come.
The stallion was last, and with a prodigious leap, the lion catapulted through the air to seize him; but the snapping twig had robbed Numa of his dinner, though his mighty talons raked the zebra's glossy rump, leaving four crimson bars across the beautiful coat.