transitive verbgaumed, gaum·ing, gaums Upper Southern US
Origin of gaumPerhaps alteration of obsolete gome, grease, variant of coom, soot, mixture of dirt and axle grease, variant of culm2.
(third-person singular simple present gaums, present participle gauming, simple past and past participle gaumed)
From Middle English *gomen, from the noun. See above.