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4.
Saying "umph" three times in rapid succession.
We triumphed in the football game!

Umph! Umph! Umph!
by cricketonastick February 15, 2010
 
1.
A British sports car, typically 2-place, 4 cylinder, manual. Very nice cars, and utterly pimpjuice.
"nice fuckin triumph"
by Bm August 28, 2003
 
2.
70s and 80s Canadian Rock-Metal band consisting of 3 members: vocalist/guitarist Rik Emmett, bass guitarist/keyboardist Mike Levine and vocalist/drummer Gil Moore. Probably most well known for their songs "Lay it on the Line" and "Fight the Good Fight", The members of Triumph also conquered the art of arena rock and received the influential Performance Magazine's "Innovators of the Year" award in 1981 for the unique way they changed the arena rock landscape. Using state of the art pyrotechnics and light shows, Triumph's awesome shows became their defining feature.
After the bands formation in Toronto in 1975, the band released its first album in 1976 and several records have been released since that time. No brand new records have been made in the last couple years, but Triumph still remains strong and recently released the Triumph Anthology. Triumph can still be heard on the air waves on Classic Rock and Modern Rock stations, and their fan base remains loyal even today.
Perhaps not as famous of a Canadian Rock Trio as Rush, but Triumph's Heavy 80s Metal Sound still remains today.
by Jim E. Junk July 18, 2006
 
3.
Long-gone British car manufacturer. Contrary to the views of some, they did not only make sportscars, but also upmarket six-cylinder sedan cars with a slight sporting pedigree.
My 1976 Triumph TC smokes your pathetic Renault. Its faster, quieter, more comfortable and cost me about one quarter of the price.
by nzcarnut April 21, 2007
 
5.
the best talking puppet ever!!! SCREW KERMIT!!
"For me to poop on!" ~ Triumph
by Dirge February 13, 2005
 
6.
Triumph the insult comic dog.
Poop
by Conan O'Brien November 06, 2003
 
7.
One of the songs that are probably in the list of the greatest Wu-Tang Clan songs. For a song that is not in their first album, it can hold its own when compared to some of the songs in 36 Chambers.
Man 1: Yo remember when the Wu-Tang Clan came out with C.R.E.A.M., Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothin' Ta F' Wit', Protect Ya Neck, Shame on a Nigga, Mystery of Chessboxin', and Bring da Ruckus? Every nigga on the block was going crazy, there were riots 'cuz of the damn songs!

Man 2: Word up my duke, I still remember when we was listenin' to Can it all be so simple, Clan in da front, and then when Shame on a Nigga played them niggas Tijandre and Michael did the funniest ODB impressions! Remember that my nigga?

Man 1: Yeah man, we was wildin' out and yelling and cussin' and shouting! Man, the Wu-Tang Clan never came out with an album as good as Enter the Wu-Tang. Man, remember that time we heard Bring da Ruckus for the first time, all the niggas in our neighborhood went so wild that the police startin sweatin' us?

Man 2: Yeah man, we really brought the ruckus, I laughed so hard when they left. Have you heard their older albums?

Man 1: Course I did my duke, how you feel 'bout that song Triumph?

Man 2: I love that song man, everybody killed it! Even U-God had a sweet verse, and that cat Cappadonna did not disappoint me.

Man 1: Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothin' ta fuck wit'.
by Frank White, King of New York April 12, 2008