noun \ˈvim\

Definition of VIM

:  robust energy and enthusiasm

Examples of VIM

  1. <some food and a little rest should give me back some of my vim>

Origin of VIM

Latin, accusative of vis strength; akin to Greek is strength, Sanskrit vaya meal, strength
First Known Use: 1843

Rhymes with VIM


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