sumph

Terms vs Sumph - What's the difference?

terms | sumph |


As nouns the difference between terms and sumph

is that terms is while sumph is (scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

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.

Sump vs Sumph - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between sump and sumph

is that sump is a hollow or pit into which liquid drains, such as a cesspool, cesspit or sink while sumph is (scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

As a verb sump

is of a cave passage, to end in a sump, or to fill completely with water on occasion.

Sumps vs Sumph - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between sumps and sumph

is that sumps is while sumph is (scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

As a verb sumps

is (sump).

Sumpy vs Sumph - What's the difference?

sumpy | sumph |


As an adjective sumpy

is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

As a noun sumph is

(scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

Humph vs Sumph - What's the difference?

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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 sumph is

(scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

Bumph vs Sumph - What's the difference?

bumph | sumph |


As nouns the difference between bumph and sumph

is that bumph is while sumph is (scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

Blockhead vs Sumph - What's the difference?

blockhead | sumph |


As nouns the difference between blockhead and sumph

is that blockhead is (colloquial) a stupid person while sumph is (scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

Dunce vs Sumph - What's the difference?

dunce | sumph |


As nouns the difference between dunce and sumph

is that dunce is one backward in book learning; a child or other person dull or weak in intellect; a dullard; a dolt while sumph is (scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.