- lump used 7 times.
- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: Yes
1. A small mass of matter of no definite shape; as a lump of earth; a lump of butter; a lump of sugar.
2. A mass of things blended or thrown together without order or distinction; as copper, iron, gold, silver, lead, tin, promiscuously in one lump
3. A cluster; as a lump of figs. 2 Kings 20:7.
In the lump the whole together; in gross.
They may buy my papers in the lump
LUMP, verb transitive
1. To throw into a mass; to unite in a body or sum without distinction of particulars.
The expenses ought to be lumped.
2. To take in the gross.
LUMP'EN, noun A long fish of a greenish color, and marked with lines.
LUMP'FISH, noun A thick fish of the genus Cyclopterus. The back is sharp and elevated; the belly flat, and of a crimson color. along the body run five rows of sharp bony tubercles. It swims edgewise; called also a sea-owl.
LUMP'ING, participle present tense
1. Throwing into a mass or sum.
2. adjective Bulky; heavy. [A low word.]
1. Like a lump; heavy; gross; bulky.
2. Dull; inactive.
LUMP'ISHLY, adverb Heavily; with dullness or stupidity.
LUMP'ISHNESS, noun Heaviness; dullness; stupidity.
LUMP'Y, adjective Full of lumps or small compact masses.
Luna cornea, muriate of silver.