galumph- informal, to leap or move about clumsily or joyfully
C19 coined by Lewis Carroll; probably a blend of gallop+triumph
Galumph is "to prance about in a self-satisfied manner," 1872, coined by Lewis Carroll in "Jabberwocky."
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