Wumbo is the opposite of miniature. Wumbo is derived from the word "jumbo". Anything large or bigger than average is eligible for Wumbo status. Wumbo is spelled 'Wambo' is some European languages.Origins
Wumbo was first introduced into the modern English language when the world renowned underwater philosopher, Patrick Star, discussed Wumbo on the sea creature documentary series, Spongebob Squarepants. It is widely believe among historians that the term 'Wumbo' was originally introduced by the ancient Aztecs to use during the annual 'moon dance'. Patrick Star declined our requests for an interview to verify this information.Wumbology
Wumbology is the study of Wumbo. Wumbology is initially taught to students in first grade as a primary part of the curriculum. In the last year, Wumbology has become an accredited major at many university and higher education institutions. Some schools have dedicated departments, such as the Harward University department of Wumbo and the Prinseton University departmenty of Wumbo Studies. In 2009, the University of Atlantis introduced the first Wumbo Ph.D. program.
me... wumbo." -Patrick Star
This website is brought to you by the Atlantis University alumni with funding from the Harward University Department of Wumbo.
Notable graduates include Spongebob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles, Sandy Cheeks, Eugene Krabs, Plankton, and Gary the Snail.