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RIM, noun

1. the border, edge or margin of a thing; as the rim of a kettle or bason; usually applied to things circular or curving.

2. the lower part of the belly or abdomen.

RIM, verb transitive to put on a rim or hoop at the border.

RIME, noun This is the more correct orthography, but rhyme is commonly used, which see.]

RIME, noun

White or hoar frost; congealed dew or vapor.

RIME, noun [Latin rima.]

A chink; a fissure; a rent or long aperture. [Not in use.]

RIME, verb intransitive to freeze or congeal into hoar frost.