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ga·lumph

 (gə-lŭmf′)
intr.v. ga·lumphed, ga·lumph·ing, ga·lumphs
To move or run clumsily or heavily.

[Coined by Lewis Carroll in his poem "Jabberwocky" in Through the Looking-Glass, perhaps as a blend of gallop and triumph.]
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galumph

(ɡəˈlʌmpf; -ˈlʌmf)
vb
(intr) informal to leap or move about clumsily or joyfully
[C19 (coined by Lewis Carroll): probably a blend of gallop + triumph]
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ga•lumph

(gəˈlʌmf)
v.i.
to move along heavily and clumsily.
[1872; perhaps b. gallop and triumph]
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galumph


Past participle: galumphed
Gerund: galumphing

Imperative
galumph
galumph
Present
I galumph
you galumph
he/she/it galumphs
we galumph
you galumph
they galumph
Preterite
I galumphed
you galumphed
he/she/it galumphed
we galumphed
you galumphed
they galumphed
Present Continuous
I am galumphing
you are galumphing
he/she/it is galumphing
we are galumphing
you are galumphing
they are galumphing
Present Perfect
I have galumphed
you have galumphed
he/she/it has galumphed
we have galumphed
you have galumphed
they have galumphed
Past Continuous
I was galumphing
you were galumphing
he/she/it was galumphing
we were galumphing
you were galumphing
they were galumphing
Past Perfect
I had galumphed
you had galumphed
he/she/it had galumphed
we had galumphed
you had galumphed
they had galumphed
Future
I will galumph
you will galumph
he/she/it will galumph
we will galumph
you will galumph
they will galumph
Future Perfect
I will have galumphed
you will have galumphed
he/she/it will have galumphed
we will have galumphed
you will have galumphed
they will have galumphed
Future Continuous
I will be galumphing
you will be galumphing
he/she/it will be galumphing
we will be galumphing
you will be galumphing
they will be galumphing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been galumphing
you have been galumphing
he/she/it has been galumphing
we have been galumphing
you have been galumphing
they have been galumphing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been galumphing
you will have been galumphing
he/she/it will have been galumphing
we will have been galumphing
you will have been galumphing
they will have been galumphing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been galumphing
you had been galumphing
he/she/it had been galumphing
we had been galumphing
you had been galumphing
they had been galumphing
Conditional
I would galumph
you would galumph
he/she/it would galumph
we would galumph
you would galumph
they would galumph
Past Conditional
I would have galumphed
you would have galumphed
he/she/it would have galumphed
we would have galumphed
you would have galumphed
they would have galumphed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.galumph - move around heavily and clumsily; "the giant tortoises galumphed around in their pen"
bound, jump, leap, spring - move forward by leaps and bounds; "The horse bounded across the meadow"; "The child leapt across the puddle"; "Can you jump over the fence?"
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galumph

verb
To move heavily:
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Translations

galumph

[gəˈlʌmf] VI (hum) → brincar alegre pero torpemente, brincar como un elefante contento
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galumph

vi (inf)trapsen (inf)
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In the symphony, however, from its opening magically distanced horn calls, a scherzo that alternately skipped and galumphed joyously, to the rapt close, this was a performance both wholehearted and refined.