|Credit: Lauren Manning|
Jump meaning "to have sex with" dates to the 1630's.
"To attack" is first attested in 1789.
"Jazz music with a strong beat" was first recorded in 1937.
To jump to a conclusion is attested from 1704 (though my favorite usage of the phrase is from 1999 in 'Office Space').
Jumping-rope dates to 1805.
Telling someone to go jump in a lake is first attested in 1912.
Jump suit is from 1948 and originally referred to the one-piece coveralls worn by paratroopers and skydivers.