Definitions for oomphʊmf
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
energy; vitality; enthusiasm.
Origin of oomph:
1935–40, Amer.; imit. of the sound made during exertion
sex appeal, desirability, desirableness, oomph(noun)
attractiveness to the opposite sex
dynamism, pizzazz, pizzaz, oomph, zing(noun)
the activeness of an energetic personality
Strength, power, passion or effectiveness; clout.
Use a mild cleanser, but pick something with enough oomph to do the job.
A bassy grunting or thudding sound.