Definition funny of Pumphrey:

urbanA derogatory noun used to describe a young female who suddenly ignores her family's morality, and sells herself out to men in order to gain higher social status.

urban"Sara has changed so much since she started dating Nick. I think she is is turning into a pumphrey!"


Songs about Pumphrey:

songsAcs #271 Guest Hosted (feat. Ian Roberts, Matt Walsh, Danielle Schneider & James Pumphrey) [Explicit] by Adam Carolla from the Album The Adam Carolla Show 2010, Vol.1 [Explicit]

songsFor Her (feat. Rebekah Pumphrey) by Othello & The Pocket Change Band from the Album Translation Please

songsFor Her Feat. Rebekah Pumphrey by Othello plus The Pocket Change Band from the Album Translation Please


Books about Pumphrey:

booksMargaret Pumphrey's Pilgrim Stories by Elvajean Hall and Margaret Pumphrey (Aug 1991)

booksMargaret Pumphreys Pilgrim Stories by Elvajean (Revised/expanded) Hall and John Nielsen (1974)

booksPumphrey The WaterSpout (Across The Mistercald Book 5) by Larry Good (Oct 30, 2013)

booksPumphrey: Webster's Timeline History, 1800 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 18, 2010)

booksPilgrim Stories: From Margaret Pumphrey's Pilgrim Stories by Margaret Pumphrey and Elvajean Hall (Nov 1986)

booksPilgrim Stories By Margaret Pumphrey 1910 by Margaret B. Pumphrey and Lucy Fitch Perkins (1910)

booksIndian civilization: a lecture by Stanley Pumphrey of England. With introduction by John G. Whittier. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series (Mar 31, 2006)


Wiki information Pumphrey:

US Census Designated Place, Location, HUD County Place, Dated location, Statistical region, HUD Foreclosure Area

Pumphrey was a census-designated place in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States, for the 2000 census, at which time the population was 5,317. It was split between the Linthicum and Brooklyn Park CDPs for the 2010 census.

James W. Pumphrey
Man, Deceased Person, Person

James W. Pumphrey was the owner of a livery stable in Washington, D.C., and played a minor role in the events surrounding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and its aftermath. John Wilkes Booth hired a horse from Pumphrey that he used to escape...