Definitions for "Jumping"
See ski jumping, and ski flying.
Short for "showjumping", an Olympic equestrian event where each horse must clear a number of obstacles on a set course within a specified time.
the act of participating in an athletic competition in which you must jump
the act of jumping; propelling yourself off the ground; "he advanced in a series of jumps"; "the jumping was unexpected"
Moving up off the ground or floor by springing with both legs and feet.
Jumping is an ability that most humans and many animals share to some degree. It is the process of getting one's body off the ground for a short time using only one's own power, usually by propelling oneself upward via contraction and then forceful extension of the legs. In some cases the height of a jump may be increased by using a trampoline, or by pushing down with the arms when playing leapfrog.
Keywords:  flogging, rooster, hen, mates, mounting
Term for when the rooster mates with a hen. See also "flogging the hen" and mounting.
In this instance, the practice of moving a skyline cable directly to a new tailhold without re-spooling the skyline back up to the tower and then back down in a straight line to the new location.
Keywords:  leap
of Jump, to leap.
The characteristic movement that an equine makes when given a vaccine or has his hooves trimmed.
Keywords:  intentionally, opponent, law
Intentionally jumping at an opponent. Law 12
Upsetting a bar, etc., or increasing the cross section of same by striking it on end.
Keywords:  short
Short for show jumping.