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- n. A dish made in the West Indies by beating boiled plantain in a wooden mortar until it is soft.
- n. stomach
- n. abdomen
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A dish made in the West Indies by beating boiled plantain quite soft in a wooden mortar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The heart.
- n. A favorite dish in the West Indies, made by beating boiled plantains quite soft in a wooden mortar. It is eaten like a potato-pudding, or made into round cakes and fried.
- n. Same as tom-tom.
So I walk behind Sandra's desk and I put my radioactive tum-tum right up to her beaded dreadlocks and I tell her about the nuclear energy that is flowing through her right now.
Now, with laundry churning away in the back, and some garlic chicken pizza in the tum-tum, it's time for a slow evening.
Iss ok ambercat. wii just lay heer adn lukk at deh lubberlee babeh kitty-catkinz wif himz prittee bloo eyezez adn sweet liddle fais adn softee tum-tum….
June 29, 2008 at 8:34 am nawt reelly like tha skit, caus ai gots senisitiv tum-tum, but ai jus LUV teh rest of monty python!
While it might not be as loyal to you as the Anti-Theft Mug, the ring of trust bound between you and the mug signifies your everlasting devotion to the beverage that fills your tum-tum.
And now, the doughnuts and the spaghetti are starting to fight in my tum-tum.
Of course, this morning I feel like there's a small family of swarthy Russian immigrants setting up camp in my tum-tum.
I feel like I've got a small Japanese man doing Kung Fu warmups in my tum-tum.
Today ... as I reported earlier in the broadcast ... my tum-tum hurts.
In October 1879, during an intense fray fought by moonlight, a reliable officer claimed that during one lull, the only noise was the tum-tum beaten by Victorio himself all during the fight, accompanied by his high keyed, quavering voice in a song of “good medicine.”