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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ For the second consecutive game, a ruling by the umps helped determine the outcome.
▪ Scott Brosius was ejected in the sixth inning during an argument with home plate ump Larry Barnett.
▪ The umps refused to take any action.
▪ The left-field line ump stayed out of it.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

short for umpire (n.), by 1915, American English.


n. (context baseball English) An umpire. vb. (context intransitive English) To act as an umpire.


n. an official at a baseball game [syn: umpire]


UMP is a three letter acronym that could mean:

  • Ulyanovsk Mechanical Plant
  • Uniformly most powerful test, in statistical hypothesis testing
  • United Midwestern Promoters, a racing sanctioning body
  • United Music Publishers
  • Universal Machine Pistol, as in Heckler & Koch UMP, a sub-machine gun
  • Universal mapping property
  • Universiti Malaysia Pahang
  • Uridine monophosphate, a nucleotide
  • Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe, a district in Mashonaland East Province, in Zimbabwe
In economics
  • Utility maximization problem
In politics
  • Union for a Popular Movement or UMP, as of 2015 the former name of the main right-wing political party in France
  • Union of Moderate Parties or UMP, the main Vanuatuan francophone and conservative party
  • Universities' Model Parliament, a Canadian youth parliament organization

"Ump" is also a US slang term for " umpire";

:* hence, WUMP, a sports radio station in Huntsville, Alabama, known as SportsRadio 730 The UMP.

Usage examples of "ump".

Now they would have to fight, run, and hope to make it to a safe place to j ump to hyperspace before they were overwhelmed.

The numbers looked pretty even to her, since the mass j ump a few minutes before.

Ump o1' anything, but when he left here he ^vas still completely dot and go one.

Compare them caponchin trowlers with the Bridge of Belches in Fairview, noreast Dublin's favourite souwest wateringplatz and ump as you lump it.

In fact, her grandmother had once escaped an attempt on her life by umping from a wavespeeder into a lake and swimming for shore underwater, so that the would be assassins assumed she had drowned.

The halves of the stone jumped back together like a needle umping at a magnet, and the stone fell in one piece.