Definition of Rumkins

1. Noun. (plural of rumkin) ¹



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Definition of Rumkins

1. rumkin [n] - See also: rumkin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rumkins

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ruminated
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ruminating
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rumination disorder
ruminations
ruminative
ruminatively
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ruminators
ruminococcin
ruminoreticulum
rumkin
rumkins (current term)
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Literary usage of Rumkins

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1. The American Poultry Yard: Comprising the Origin, History, and Description by Daniel Jay Browne, Samuel Allen (1850)
"... that the feathers of the variety of fowls called "rumkins," which have no rump gland at all, are as much proof against rain as those of other fowls. ..."

2. Original Unpublished Papers Illustrative of the Life of Sir Peter Paul by William Noel Sainsbury (1859)
"Two little rumkins, 292. Scrolls of Parchment 349. Wine Glasses, &c., 348. A Woman Holding a Purse, 349. A Young Woman, 349. VAN DALES (Antonio). ..."

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