Old pommy military term meaning foot-travel, usually to extremes ie too fast for safety, too far, too tiring, etc.
Also used: yomp yomps etc.
"So we'd been yomping all night an' the orders came to return, so we kept on bloody yompin'.
Royal Marines slang describing a long distance march carrying full kit.
The most famous yomp of recent times was during the 1982 Falklands War. After disembarking from ships at San Carlos on East Falkland, on 21 May 1982, Royal Marines and members of the Parachute Regiment yomped (and tabbed) with their equipment across the islands, covering 56 miles (90 km) in three days carrying 80 pounds (36 kg) loads.
Progressive dinner except with exotic drinks instead of food. Participants must travel on foot and should all hold some equal position of prestige.
The college presidents are all hung over from yomping last night.
previously known as an oral sound made when chewing
ie: "yomp yomp yomp...this food is so good..yomp."
redefined as an act of dry humping.
"I gave you a good yomping last night you dirty hoebag."