1. An upper-body limb on a human.

2. A weapon, typically a gun of some sort.

3. Apparantly, a very under-appreciated word on the Urban Dictionary, seeing as how this is the first post under this word.
1. I just spilt hot wax on my arm.

2. The guy who robbed the bank was armed.

3. Nubluva found an old word that many people use, but no one has yet defined on Urban Dictionary.
by Nubluva April 9, 2006
That arm was too busy dealing with the speeder to notice the broken window of the nearby house.
by The Return of Light Joker March 8, 2008
Literal perfection and amazing gets all the boys even tho she’s sad and cries over spilling her popcorn
by Sadgal7 May 28, 2020
Arme is an amazing girl but theres like 1 person in the whole word who is called that. She is a very shy girl but when her friends are around her she can be the total opposite !! Arme is most likely to be a ship name of your parents. She is one who can NEVER EVER find her name in a keychain or a magnet. Also her eyes are probably the prettiest thing ever. If you ever find an Arme, which is not likely to happen, be nice to her cuz she's pretty amazinggggg, sometimes, hehehehhehehehhehe!!!!
'Who in the world is called Arme?'

'Idk but she has really nice eyeeeeessss!!!'
by bombellavibessssss77 May 2, 2020
Getting something free of charge. Police lingo for free.
Dunkin Donuts girl: That will be $1.56 for that coffee officer.

Police Officer: You must be new here. This ones on the arm.
by Uncle Dewey November 29, 2005
1. adj. Of or relating to an occurrence of any event or noun having put one's mood down; esp. by ways of rudeness, bitchiness, or acts of being mean to another.
"He got punked today yo, everyday dis man gets punked--holee dat's arms!";
also {derivative from the hostility of a firearm when held at gunpoint, thus making one feel incomprehensible fear that would induce a 'pissing in the pants'; (1947: soldiers lined up for execution by way of arms)}.
2. n. Any of the limbs connected to shoulders or midriff of any body. An arm, forearm, or upperarm; also lowerarm.
"Both his arms were torn off in the accident."
3. n. pl. Any gun, handgun, pistol, auto or semi-automatic, (projectile)firing weapon held at one's side near arm; esp. that used in combat or war. A firearm.
"Arms ready!" (command issued to prepare for gunfire)
4. v. To Arm. To prepare or put into readiness; esp. placing armour before moment of combat.
"He arms himself with two large pistols."
5. v. To be held in arms or one's arms. To be loved. To be given grace.
"The child was held in arms."
"He got punked today yo, everyday dis man gets punked--holee dat's arms!";
"Both his arms were torn off in the accident.";
"Arms ready!" (command issued to prepare for gunfire);
"He arms himself with two large pistols.";
"The child was held in arms."
by mb December 24, 2003
"Yo your arms for leavin your sister in the cold like that"
by Tishia December 9, 2002