Verb: limp limp
Adjective: limp (limper,limpest) limp
- Walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury
"The old woman limps down to the store every day";
- gimp [N. Amer], hobble, hitch
- Proceed slowly or with difficulty
"the boat limped into the harbour"
Noun: limp limp
- Not firm
- Lacking in strength, firmness or resilience
"gave a limp handshake"; "a limp gesture as if waving away all desire to know"
- The uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
- hitch, hobble
Derived forms: limper, limped, limpest, limping, limps
See also: lax, stale
Type of: continue, gait, go forward, proceed, walk