Gump

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Gump or Gumps may refer to:

Arts and entertainment[edit]

People[edit]

  • David Ariail (1910-2001), American college football player nicknamed "Gump"
  • Guy Cantrell (1904–1961), American Major League Baseball pitcher nicknamed "Gump"
  • Gump Worsley (1929–2007), National Hockey League goaltender, member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Carissa Gump (born 1983), American weightlifter
  • Frederick Gump (c. 1897-?), a 19-year-old kidnapped, sexually assaulted and beaten by Harry Kendall Thaw, the latter better known for fatally shooting Stanford White
  • Scott Gump (born 1965), American golfer

Other uses[edit]

  • Apache Gump, an open source continuous integration system
  • Gump's, a luxury American home furnishings and décor retailer founded in 1861
  • WGMP, a radio station licensed to Montgomery, Alabama, branded as "104.9 The Gump"
  • Guiana United Muslim Party, a former political party in Guyana
  • GUMPS, a widely used acronym used by airplane pilots as a check-list
  • Gump (died 2014), the last known Christmas Island forest skink