Awesome words: Grume

Grume

 

Grume: an archaic word from the middle of the 16th century meaning thick, viscous fluid, especially clotted blood.

Comes from the Latin ‘grumus’, meaning lump, or hillock.

It sounds like grime, only gloomier and more unrefined.

Ugh.

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