- Swimming. individual medley.
- Sports. intramural.
- Also I.M. Isle of Man.
- a plural ending occurring in loanwords from Hebrew: cherubim.
Origin of -im
- contraction of I am.
- variant of in-2 before b, m, p: imbrute; immigrate; impassion.
- variant of in-3 before b, m, p: imbalance; immoral; imperishable.
- variant of in-1 before b, m, p: imbed; immure; impose.
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Its license plate reads “IM BIG” and can reach 25 miles per hour.
In claiming support from those who lie in their graves, though, Im Tirtzu has been outdone by Upper Nazareth Mayor Shimon Gapso.
Meanwhile, Im Tirtzu claims to represent the "centrist stream in Zionism" dating back to Theodor Herzl.
I went an' done all I could t' cheer 'im up, an' that's all the thanks I git fer it.Chip, of the Flying U
B. M. Bower
Anybody would think to 'ear 'im there wasn't any other plyce in the world!
Only people 'ud call 'im Perce, of course, an' that would be 'orrible.
"You seemed pretty keen abaht seein' 'im," he remarked conclusively.The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance
Softly, softly, said the Doctor; Im not so sure they have gone.The Field of Ice
- Isle of Man
- computing instant messaging
- Also: i.m. intramuscular
- chess International Master
- I am
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Word Origin and History for im
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- internal medicine
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