Crump may refer to:




  • Barry Crump (1935–1996), a New Zealand writer
  • Brian Crump (born 1938), British cricketer
  • Bruce Crump (born 1957), the longtime drummer with the rock band Molly Hatchet
  • Buck Crump, CC (1904–1989), a Canadian businessman
  • Covey Crump, a former Naval Assistant to the Chief of Naval Information
  • David Crump, Newell H. Blakely Professor of Law at the University of Houston Law Center
  • E. H. Crump, former mayor of Memphis
  • George Arthur Crump (1871–1918), a hotelier and golf course architect
  • George William Crump (1786–1848), a member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Harry Crump (born 1940), a former American football fullback
  • Helen Crump, a fictional character on the American TV program The Andy Griffith Show
  • James Crump, a curator, writer, producer and director
  • Jason Crump (born 1975), an Australian international motorcycle speedway rider
  • Jerry K. Crump (1933–1977), a soldier in the United States Army during the Korean War
  • Kevin Crump, eponymous main character in the novel 'Crump' by P.J.Vanston
  • Mildred C. Crump, an American Democratic Party politician, Councilwoman at-Large of Newark, New Jersey
  • Phil Crump (born 1952), a former motorcycle speedway rider
  • Pleasant Crump (1847–1951), last surviving Confederate soldier of the American Civil War.
  • Richard Crump, a Canadian Football League running back
  • Rousseau Owen Crump (1843–1901), U.S. businessman and politician from Michigan
  • S. Scott Crump, the inventor of fused deposition modeling (FDM) and co-founder of Stratasys, Inc.
  • Thomas Crump (1845–1907), an English cricketer
  • William Crump (1809–1889), the first Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives following statehood


  • Crump, a comic campus novel by P.J.Vanston, published 2010
  • Crump Cup, an invitational golf tournament for amateurs
  • Crump Stadium, a sports stadium in Memphis, Tennessee, built in 1934 and largely demolished in 2006
  • Crump's Mouse (Diomys crumpi), a species of rodent in the Muridae family
  • Shreve, Crump & Low, a Boston, Massachusetts jewelry business
  • An antagonist in Yu-Gi-Oh! duel monsters, member of the Big 5 that was defeated by Anzu Mazaki (Tea Gardner)

See also

  • Krump (dancing style)

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  • Crump — ist der Name mehrerer Personen: Barry Crump (1935–1996), neuseeländischer Schriftsteller Edward Crump (1874–1954), US amerikanischer Unternehmer und Politiker George William Crump (1786–1848), US amerikanischer Politiker Jason Crump (* 1975),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Crump — (kr[u^]mp), a. [AS. crumb stooping, bent down; akin to OHG. chrumb, G. krumm, Dan. krum, D. krom, and E. cramp.] 1. Crooked; bent. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Crooked backs and crump shoulders. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] 2. Hard or crusty; dry baked;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Crump — Crump, TN U.S. city in Tennessee Population (2000): 1521 Housing Units (2000): 751 Land area (2000): 14.092780 sq. miles (36.500130 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.006754 sq. miles (0.017492 sq. km) Total area (2000): 14.099534 sq. miles (36.517622… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Crump, TN — U.S. city in Tennessee Population (2000): 1521 Housing Units (2000): 751 Land area (2000): 14.092780 sq. miles (36.500130 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.006754 sq. miles (0.017492 sq. km) Total area (2000): 14.099534 sq. miles (36.517622 sq. km)… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • crump — crump; crump·ling; crump·sall; …   English syllables

  • crump — s. v. cartof. Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime …   Dicționar Român

  • crump — [krump] vt., vi. [echoic] Chiefly Brit. to strike or explode with a heavy thud n. Chiefly Brit. 1. the act or sound of crumping 2. an exploding shell or bomb …   English World dictionary

  • CRUMP — UNITED KINGDOM (see also List of Individuals) 6.7.1882 Wolverhampton/UK 5.3.1961 Benson on Thames/UK Edwin Samuel Crump was educated as a civil engineer at Imperial College. He stayed from 1906 until World War I in India, where he was engaged in… …   Hydraulicians in Europe 1800-2000

  • crump — 1. noun a) shortened form of crumpet. Crump, crack! A shell exploded near them and the whole aircraft yawned to port as if somebody had punched it through the sky. b) The sound of a muffled explosion. Above this grey skyline slowly lifting clouds …   Wiktionary

  • Crump — This is a medieval English surname of nickname origins. Recorded in several spellings including Crump, Crumpe, and sometimes as the overlap surnames Cramp and Crimp, it was originally a physical description of a person with a crooked back or… …   Surnames reference

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