It is a word in standard U.S. english, unrelated with any phonetically similar foreign word. It is believed to been originated in Miami – FL (specifically in the City of Doral). Its feminine is Gimla. Its plural is Gims or Gimlas.
Gim is a multi-purpose, highly versatile word. It can be used as a noun, as a pronoun, as an adjective, and even as a verb. It usually assumes a neutral yet exclamative form. It is most of the times good and rarely used in a depreciative way. Gim is very friendly and used by highly educated and polite people. It is never related to any cursing expression, and it is famous among the youth, especially teens. Its neutrality is able to lessen conflicts or arguments because no offense is ever intended with its use. Gim can also represent a status. Gim is intended to transmit love while uniting people and strengthening friendships. One takes pride on being a Gim or a Gimla. Gim is not a label.
2- I love you Gim. You’re my favorite Gim. (Used as a form of endearment).
3- Hahaha you are a Gim! (When one does something really funny).
4- Oh man! I’m a Gim! (When one forgets something or does something stupid).
5- I’m just gimming around. (Doing nothing interesting or just random stuff).
6- Yeah, tomorrow I’ll gim all day long! (Do something fun).
7- What’s up Gim? (Friendly interaction, such as ‘hey pal’!).
8- Don’t gim out! (Don’t chicken out).
9- Lucky Gim! (Whenever one buys a car, or is able to progress financially, get a good job, etc).
10- He was gimming until early morning. (Playing video-games, surfing on the internet, not sleeping).
11- You can do it Gim. (Form of encouragement).
12- Deep there he is a Gim! (To describe an older person that is a Gim at heart, being jovial).
13- Gim! (As an advice of danger, to be careful).
14- Oh Gim… (To demonstrate dissatisfaction).
15- Yeah Gim! (To demonstrate approval or satisfaction).