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. 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.