The Collaborative International Dictionary
Grume \Grume\ (gr[udd]m), n. [OF. grume, cf. F. grumeau a little
heap, clot of blood, dim. fr. L. grumus.]
A thick, viscid fluid; a clot, as of blood.
n. 1 A thick semisolid 2 A clot (of blood)
n. a semisolid mass of coagulated red and white blood cells [syn: blood clot]
Usage examples of "grume".
Slipping and sliding he turned, to see Beau standing over a dead Hlok, the Spawn's temple crushed in, dark grume oozing across the frozen glaze.