TIM

Tim may refer to:

Names
  • Timothy or Tim, for short
  • Tim (film), an Australian film
People
  • Tim, the Oldenburg Baby, abortion survivor
  • Tim (singer), popular K-pop solo singer
  • Tiny Tim (musician), American singer, ukulele player, and musical archivist
  • Timati, Russian hip-hop singer
  • Timbaland, American musician and musical producer
  • Tim Armstrong, punk rock musician
  • Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii, Swedish DJ, remixer, and record producer
  • Tim Burton, American filmmaker, artist and writer
  • Tim Borowski, German footballer
  • Tim Cahill, Australian professional footballer
  • Tim Hoogland, German footballer
  • Tim Howard, American professional footballer
  • Tim Lincecum, American MLB starting pitcher
  • Tim McIlrath, American singer
  • Tim Ream, American professional footballer
  • Tim Tebow, American football player
  • Tim Wakefield, American baseball player
  • Tim Wiese, German footballer
Characters
  • Tinny Tim, a child robot, from the television series Futurama
  • Tim (Robots), a fictional robot from the movie Robots
  • Tim the Enchanter from Monty Python and the Holy Grail
  • Tiny Tim (A Christmas Carol), a character from A Christmas Carol
  • Tim the Bear, a character from The Cleveland Show
  • The Life and Times of Tim, an animated show with adult themes on HBO
  • Tim Rimmer, a character in the movie Cars
  • Tim Okazaki, a character in the Australian mockumentary series Angry Boys
  • Tim Speedle, character on CSI: Miami
Places
  • Tim (inhabited locality), name of several inhabited localities in Russia
Music
  • Tim (album), an album by The Replacements

TIM may refer to:

In technology
  • Telecom Italia Mobile
  • Thermal interface material
  • Transient intermodulation distortion
In chemistry and biology
  • Triosephosphate isomerase
  • Thioisomescaline, a series of psychedelic drugs
  • Iodoform or triiodomethane, a trihalomethane
  • A protein of human (and mice) T-cells. They are immunoglobulin-containing molecules. For example (TIM)3 is a T helper cell.
  • The Translocase of the inner membrane (TIM) is a complex of proteins found in the inner mitochondrial membrane of the mitochondria.
  • The gene Timeless, involved in the fly circadian clock.
Other
  • TIM (Owarai), a Japanese comedy unit
  • Tiako I Madagasikara, a Malagasy political party
  • TIM (Tomorrow People), the biological computer used by the Telepaths, in The Tomorrow People
  • The Incredible Machine (TIM), game series for PC
  • The speaking clock telephone service in the United Kingdom, originally obtained by dialling TIM (846)
  • TIM (firm), an economic firm in Varna, Bulgaria
  • The Tims, a term for supporters of Celtic F.C.
  • Treasure Island Media (TIM), a gay pornographic studio

Other articles related to "tim":

Nick Tortelli - Recurring Barflies - Tim
... Portrayed by Tim Cunningham, Tim is seen throughout the series run ... then "Greg", but he is only referred to as "Chuck" twice on the show, and he was always called "Tim" on-screen otherwise ...
I Don't Wanna Dance (Split Enz Song)
... "I Don't Wanna Dance" was a single, written by Tim Finn and recorded by Split Enz for their 1981 Waiata album ... Lead vocals were by Tim Finn and the track was notable for Tim's voice constantly changing throughout the song ...
Doctor Whom - Television - Gina's Laughing Gear (2007)
... The third and final sketch starts with the Doctor stepping out of the TARDIS into Tim Westwood's (Pimp My Ride UK) garage ... Tim corrects him and says he is a DJ-man ... Tim calls it old and a "TURDIS" and then says to the Doctor that he is going to "pimp his TARDIS" ...
Imaginary Kingdom - Track Listing
... All songs written and composed by Tim Finn ... "Unsinkable" 255 All songs written and composed by Tim Finn, except where noted. ... "How Will You Go" (Tim Finn, Neil Finn) 3 ...
Tim Holt - Death and Legacy
... Tim Holt died from bone cancer on February 15, 1973 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, where he had been managing a radio station ... Tim Holt Drive in Harrah, where he and his wife had lived, was subsequently named in his honor ... In 1991, Tim Holt was inducted posthumously into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City ...