Of Caribbean origin; often heard from a trini. Closest American translation is "hanging out," but it can be used to describe a party, a planned or unplanned social gathering, or just some people sitting around, killing time together. It's a trini's favorite pastime.
(1) So where de lime tonight?
(2) Beach lime tomorrow?
(3) Didn't do much last night--just lime by Crix an' play some cards...
by TriniJax May 17, 2005
A fanfiction or chapter of a fanfiction in which characters graphically fool around, but do not actually have sex.
The third chapter of this Smallville fanfiction is a lime.
by SpeakEasy September 28, 2003
origin: Trinidadian
meaning:
(v) hanging out/socialising in an informal relaxing environment, especially with friends, for example at a party, or on the beach.
(n) an event at which liming takes place, e.g. a party. A gathering of people engaged in activities associated with liming. Often qualified using an adjective e.g. big lime.
(v) We liming on the beach today
(n) That party going to turn out be a big lime.
by loa January 01, 2005
to hang out
let's go lime tomorrow
by Jeff Sooknarine November 22, 2002
To hang out or party, used especially throughout the caribbean or by caribbean people. It is most popularly used in Trinidad & Tobago.

It can be a very or a noun.
Where we liming tonight?

That was a good lime yesterday.

I am trying to organizea lime on Friday.
by triniTV January 27, 2005
chillin or hanging. to chill or hangout.
yo dirty boi, come lime wit me n ma boys tonight.
by Lightning Magg May 09, 2005
Trinidad.
a gathering of friends to hang out or party.
Can describe the state of the party
lets go lime
fred and i limed last night
that lime sour (not a very good party)
the lime was SWEET
we limed till 3 in the morning
by Brad Soulette June 22, 2005

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