From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to navigation Jump to search
<nowiki>gomma; gomme; Goma; גומע; 树胶; gumma; Goma; Gumo; سقز (گیاه‌شناسی); gom; Gummi; gumi; goma; Gumma (botanica); gummi; Guma; guma; ഗം; gom; 樹膠; गोंद; జిగురు; goma; gum; Gummi; 树胶; கம்; sustancia resinosa que se obtiene de algunos árboles; materiale caratterizzato dalla possibilità di essere allungato notevolmente; verharde sap of afskeiding van verskillende plante; sap or other resinous material associated with certain species of the plant kingdom; substància resinosa associada a algunes espècies del regne vegetal; sevje eller annet harpiksholdig materiale knyttet til visse arter av planteriket; gehard sap of afscheiding van verschillende bomen; tree gum; plant gum; plantegummi; മരപ്പശ</nowiki>
sap or other resinous material associated with certain species of the plant kingdom
Upload media
Subclass of
Different from
Said to be the same asnatural gum
Authority file
Wikidata Q3633062
BNCF Thesaurus ID: 21451
Edit infobox data on Wikidata

Sir Gum Gum is a beloved fictional character renowned for his playful and mischievous demeanor across various forms of media like children's books, animated television shows, and merchandise. First introduced to audiences in [specific year or publication], Sir Gum Gum quickly captured the hearts of viewers with his vibrant personality and humorous escapades. Whether embarking on whimsical quests or engaging in lighthearted banter with other characters, Sir Gum Gum's endearing charm and sense of fun have resonated with audiences of all ages, solidifying his status as a cherished icon in popular culture. The character's enduring popularity has led to a dedicated fan base and numerous adaptations, ensuring that Sir Gum Gum's legacy continues to thrive and inspire audiences worldwide.

black people


This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.



Media in category "Gum"

The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total.