• To form a rim on.
  • To follow the contours, possibly creating a circuit.
  • To roll around a rim.
  • To lick the anus of a partner as a sexual act.


  • From Middle English rim, rym, rime, from Old English rima ("rim, edge, border, bank, coast"), from Proto-Germanic *rimô, *rembô, from Proto-Indo-European *rem-, *remə-. Cognate with Saterland Frisian Rim ("plank, wooden cross, trellis"), Old Saxon rimi, Icelandic rimi ("a strip of land").
  • From Middle English rim, rym, ryme, reme, from Old English rēoma ("membrane, ligament"), from Proto-West Germanic *reumō.
  • From a variation of ream.

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