(i) Prime Minister
(ii) Private Message
(iii) Personal Message
(iv) Post Meridiem
(i) is usually used iRL;
(ii) is usually used on forums or chatrooms (eg. iRC)
(iii) is uncommon but still used by some people.
(iv) used commonly for time.
See also: PrivMSG
Other non-Urban definitions: (used iRL)
* particulate matter
* past master
* police magistrate
* prime minister
* provost marshal
"Oh my god, the new PM sucks, I shouldn't have voted for him!"
<Shinosuke> Check your PM. I dont want everyone to know.
<Person1> Ok... ... wait...
<Person1> HAHAHAHHA~~ hey everyone! Look at this!!
<Person1> <Shinosuke> user: Shinosuke
<Person1> <Shinosuke> pass: iRn00b
<Person1> HAHAHAHHAA~~ What a lamer!
<Shinosuke> . . .
* Quits: Shinosuke (Shinosuke@SomeIRC-2BE662.56k.xtra.nz) (Reason: Too lame.)
"I got a PM (Personal message) from my boss today!"
"It's now 14:23, 02:23pm"
on various message boards you can PM or "Private Message" someone
angelhunnibunnz6969696 says: Hey baby, PM me!
1. a personal or private message
2. to send someone a personal or private message on a message board, forum or chat room
If I get another PM about that topic I will flip out.
A ruthless gang who patrol the South of England jumping various other, more minor gangs. It is believed that the PM originally consisted of only five founding members, and have grown to be feared ever since.
I don't think we should go out tonight George, I've heard the PM are in the area.
PM means to "private message" someone. This is usually it's own little conversation with two or three people.
You tell someone to PM them when you don't want other people to know what you're saying. The term "PM" is usually used on chat websites with lots of people.
Person 1: OMG, I have to show you this picture.
Person 2: PM me!
That Chrissy Daly girl sure is a pm.
Short for Product Manager, teams of employees developing a product are headed by a Product Manager.
Used in Google's business model
Stephanie is the PM of google wave