- (Canada, British) IPA: /hʌmp/
hump (plural humps)
- A mound of earth.
- A deformity in humans caused by abnormal curvature of the upper spine.
- (animals) A rounded fleshy mass, such as on a camel or zebu.
- (slang) An act of sexual intercourse.
- (British, slang, with definite article) A bad mood.
- get the hump, have the hump, take the hump, give someone the hump
- (slang) A painfully boorish person.
- That guy is such a hump!
- A speed hump.
- A wave that forms in front of an operating hovercraft and impedes progress at low speeds.
- French: bosse
- German: Höcker
- Italian: gobba, gibbo
- Portuguese: corcova
- Russian: горб
- Spanish: joroba, giba
hump (humps, present participle humping; past and past participle humped)
- (transitive) To bend something into a hump.
- (transitive, intransitive) To carry (something), especially with some exertion.
- (transitive, intransitive) To dry-hump.
- Stop humping the table, you sicko.
- (transitive, intransitive) To have sex (with).
- (US, slang, dated) To prepare for a great exertion; to put forth effort.
- (slang, dated) To vex or annoy.
- (to carry) heft, shoulder, tote; see also Thesaurus:carry
- (to go on foot) hike, trek, walk; see also Thesaurus:walk
- (to have sex) bang, bone, ride, shag; see also Thesaurus:copulate or Thesaurus:copulate with
- (to vex) bother, irk, rile; see also Thesaurus:annoy
- French: arrondir
- French: sauter (tr.); baiser (intr., slang)
- German: bumsen
- Portuguese: trepar
- Russian: тра́хать
- Spanish: (Mexico) cochar; montarse (intr.)
- (historical, World War 2, slang) The Himalayas, as the challenge for the supply route between India and China.
- The C-47s could not make it over the Hump with a full load and full tanks.