Origin of whumpechoic
A thump; a thud.
verbwhumped, whump·ing, whumps
To make a thumping or thudding sound.
To hit or strike with such a sound.
Origin of whumpImitative
- a thump
(third-person singular simple present whumps, present participle whumping, simple past and past participle whumped)
- to strike something with a whump