I grew up southern. There are just some words that I have always thought everybody knew and used. It comes as a great shock to me to discover that this is not so. Take, for instance, the perfectly good word "tump".
In everyday usage, you might say "Keerful, don't tump over yore trike". Or, "go tump out 'at bucket a' taters and fetch it back to the house".
Show of hands: how many Fragments readers never hear'd of this wonderful and useful word? Come on. Fess up. Bless ya l'il hearts.