Etymology
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whomp (n.)

1926, echoic of the sound of a heavy blow or something falling heavily.

whomp (v.)

1952, from whomp (n.). Related: Whomped; whomping.

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Definitions of whomp

whomp (v.)
hit with the hand;
Synonyms: cuff
whomp (v.)
beat overwhelmingly;
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