Patrick Horgan wrote:
> 
> The same site you cited has the following: 
> Adjective
> gimp ( comparative  more gimp, superlative  most gimp) 
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>       Positive 
>       gimp 
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>       Comparative 
>       more gimp 
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>       
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>       Superlative 
>       most gimp 
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>   ( dated , Scotland and N England) Neat ; trim ; delicate ;
>     slender ;
>     handsome ;
>     spruce ;
>     elegant .
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> 
> Patrick

So just because some old farts in Scotland may have good associations with
the word, you think that renders the rest of the English-speaking world's
interpretation silly?  %-|
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