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Oxford dictionary definition of the word hump:
1a rounded raised mass of earth or land:
they sat on a hump of cropped grass
a mound over which railway vehicles are pushed so as to run by gravity over points to the required place in a marshalling yard.
2a rounded protuberance found on the back of a camel or other animal or as an abnormality on the back of a person:
his back rose into a kind of hump at the base of the spine
1 [with object and adverbial of direction] chiefly British informal carry (a heavy object) with difficulty:
he continued to hump cases up and down the hotel corridor
2 [with object] make hump-shaped:
he turned and humped his body to avoid a rope
3 [with object] vulgar slang have sexual intercourse with.
4 (usually in imperative hump off) Irish informal go away.
get (or have or give someone) the hump
British informal become, be, or make someone annoyed or moody:
fans get the hump when they lose
over the hump
past the most difficult part of something:
now we have reached this point we are over the hump
early 18th century: probably related to Low German humpe ‘hump’, also to Dutch homp, Low German humpe ‘lump, hunk (of bread)’