gumph

Gumph vs Sumph - What's the difference?

gumph | sumph |


As nouns the difference between gumph and sumph

is that gumph is a foolish person; a gump while sumph is (scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

Gumph vs Bumph - What's the difference?

gumph | bumph |


As nouns the difference between gumph and bumph

is that gumph is a foolish person; a gump while bumph is .

Gulph vs Gumph - What's the difference?

gulph | gumph |


As nouns the difference between gulph and gumph

is that gulph is (hypercorrect) while gumph is a foolish person; a gump.

Humph vs Gumph - What's the difference?

humph | gumph |


As an interjection humph

is used to express doubt or disapproval.

As a verb humph

is to utter "humph!" in doubt or disapproval.

As a noun gumph is

a foolish person; a gump.

Taxonomy vs Gumph - What's the difference?

taxonomy | gumph |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and gumph

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while gumph is a foolish person; a gump.

Gumph vs Gumpth - What's the difference?

gumph | gumpth | Alternative forms |

Gumph is an alternative form of gumpth.


As nouns the difference between gumph and gumpth

is that gumph is a foolish person; a gump while gumpth is excess.

Excess vs Gumph - What's the difference?

excess | gumph |


As nouns the difference between excess and gumph

is that excess is the state of surpassing or going beyond limits; the being of a measure beyond sufficiency, necessity, or duty; that which exceeds what is usual or proper; immoderateness; superfluity; superabundance; extravagance; as, an excess of provisions or of light while gumph is a foolish person; a gump.

As an adjective excess

is more than is normal, necessary or specified.

Grit vs Gumph - What's the difference?

grit | gumph |


As nouns the difference between grit and gumph

is that grit is collection of hard small materials, such as dirt, ground stone, debris from sandblasting or other such grinding, swarf from metalworking or grit can be (usually in plural) husked]] but unground [[oat|oats while gumph is a foolish person; a gump.

As a verb grit

is to clench, particularly in reaction to pain or anger; apparently only appears in gritting one's teeth .

Gump vs Gumph - What's the difference?

gump | gumph |


As nouns the difference between gump and gumph

is that gump is (dated) a dunce, a foolish person or nitwit while gumph is a foolish person; a gump.

Foolish vs Gumph - What's the difference?

foolish | gumph |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun gumph is

a foolish person; a gump.

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