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vim
Vim is VI-iMproved: it's a souped-up version of the classic Unix editor vi. Vim is written in C, and has been ported to almost all Unix/Linux/BSD variants as well as Win/Mac OS's. Vim can run in terminal mode or in its own window, using whatever native windowing system you have (Win32, Quartz, Qt, Gtk). A kickass feature of vim is syntax highlighting.
Vim is the most productive text editor available, once you learn the cryptic vi commands that is.
by CloakedCoder December 04, 2004
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vim
alternative for vigor; enthusiasm; excitement; gaiety; elation
She danced with vim.
by julie bing January 22, 2005
Vim
Plenty of energy and enthusiasm. Archaic British expression.
Commentator 1: That Jim, he's really putting a lot of energy into his batting, never gives up.

Commentator 2: Aye, he's got plenty of vim that lad.
by mgaved February 20, 2009
vim
According to Stewie on Family Guy, "victory is mine"
Lawnmower (1), yard grass (0), vim (victory is mine )
by roundheadkid October 08, 2009
vim
The strength with which Spartans fight.
"Spartan teams are bound to win, they're fighting with a vim!"
by Emma Sue March 25, 2010
VIM
V-Vomit
I-In
M-Mouth
can be used as a noun i.e. VIM or a verb i.e. VIMed
As is: That guy hitting on me made me VIM. God, he was nasty.

Or: His pants were on the ground, and I VIMed.
by It Was Gross October 20, 2010
vim
A text editor that is only good in its command line and/or SSH forms. Does gread code color coding, and is very intuitive. Made only for Linux/UNIX Operating Systems, however a Windows port is underway.
Hey, did you use vim to CVS out that source code?
by shinji-kun January 03, 2004

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