Definitions for "Bimbo"
a stupid goil
Bimbo is a term that emerged in popular English language usage in the late 20th Century to describe an often attractive, yet stupid, pliable woman. This term began as early as 1919.http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=bimbo&searchmode=none Etymonline.com The 1929 silent film, Desert Nights, describes a cheap female crook as a bimbo. This word derives from the Italian bimbo, a word of masculine gender that means (male) baby or very young (male) child (its feminine equivalent is bimba).
Keywords:  autry, rodney, wee, variously, morris
Bimbo was a popular song variously credited to Rodney (Rod) Morris or "Pee Wee" King. The song was recorded by Gene Autry and originally released on vinyl as a 78rpm single in the 1950s. It can also be found on the 1998 album, Always Your Pal Gene Autry.
Bimbo is a fictional character, a cartoon dog created by Fleischer Studios. He first appeared in the Out of the Inkwell series and was originally named Fitz.
A combination of an MBI and an MBO In a BIMBO, an entrepreneurial manager buys into a company and teams up with members of the incumbent management team to run it as an independent business.
Buy-in management buy-out.
A combination of management buy-out and buy-in where the team buying the business includes both existing management and new managers.
Female roleplaying personality noted for things other than roleplaying. See Mimbo, Sexism.
a young woman indulged by rich and powerful older men
Slang for a woman who is sexually promiscuous.
A simple minded girl; one who devotes most of her energy to looking good and attracting men's attention.