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Rima, also known as "Rima the Jungle Girl", was a Victorian-novel heroine.
Rima may refer to:
- Rima River, a river in Nigeria
- Rima or Rimava, a river in Slovakia
- Rima, Ras al-Khaimah, a settlement in the United Arab Emirates
- Rima (Latin "cleft"), rilles on the Moon
- Rima San Giuseppe, a town in northwestern Italy
- Rima, Morocco, a small town in Morocco
- Rima Assaf (born 1970), a Lebanese journalist and anchor
- Rima Baškienė (born 1960), Lithuanian politician
- Rima Batalova, a Paralympian track and field athlete from Russia
- Rima Fakih (born 1985), the Miss USA 2010
- Rima Karaki, a Lebanese news anchor
- Rima Khalaf (born 1953), a Jordanian former government minister and United Nations official
- Rima Valentienė (born 1978), a Lithuanian professional basketball player
- Rima Kallingal, Malayalam actor
- Latin term for a cleft; thus:
- Rima ani, the intergluteal cleft
- Rima glottidis, the central orifice in the larynx
- Rima oris, the oral fissure of the mouth
- Rima palpebrarum, the palpebral fissure
- Rima pudendi, the pudendal cleft
- Rima vestibuli, a space in the laryngeal cavity
- Reversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase A (RIMA), a class of drug
- The singular form of Rímur, Icelandic epic poems written in certain specific meters
- Rima Mashiro, a fictional character from the manga series Shugo Chara!
- Rima Touya, a character from the Vampire Knight anime and manga series
- Rima College, a private school of higher education in Malaysia
- a Belarusian musician
- Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia Assyrian Period (RIMA)
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