Definition of chimo
shortened from "child molester" this word describes those older creepy men that somehow think it's ok to hit on younger women.
chimo wants your body.
Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by
Kamina from Oregon, USA
on Jan 06 2003.
is an Inuit (Eskimo) greeting meaning "Are you my friend." or simply "My friend." The Canadian Armed Forces Engineers use this as a greeting both on meeting and leaving each other.
Last edited on Oct 19 2008. Submitted by
Robert '. from Belleville, ON, Canada
on Oct 19 2008.
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