humpy

1 [huhm-pee]
adjective, humpier, humpiest.
1.
full of humps.
2.
resembling a hump; humplike.

Origin:
1700–10; hump + -y1

humpiness, noun
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humpy

2 [huhm-pee]
noun, plural humpies. Australian.
any crude Aborigine hut or shelter, especially a shanty built at the edge of a town.

Origin:
1840–50; < Tharapal (Australian Aboriginal language spoken between Moreton Bay and Wide Bay, S Queensland), recorded as umpī (h intrusive)

humpy

3 [huhm-pee]
noun, plural humpies.
Also, humpie.


Origin:
hump(back) + -y2

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humpy1 (ˈhʌmpɪ)
 
adj , humpier, humpiest
1.  full of humps
2.  informal (Brit) angry or gloomy
 
humpiness1
 
n

humpy2 (ˈhʌmpɪ)
 
n , pl humpies
(Austral) a primitive hut
 
[C19: from a native Australian language]

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They can look at her lovely lady lumps, but no touchy the humpy.
Humpy wanted his last moments at the speedway to be about another great show.
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