What does AIMP stand for in emails?

Always in my prayers

Concerned friends and family members use AIMP (always in my prayers) to say they're thinking about (and praying for) you. You're most likely to receive this acronym as an email sign-off, in a message from someone religious (like your Aunt Sally or Grandma Marge).

If you're also religious, you can start using AIMP yourself, to tell those you care about that you're asking God (or whatever deity you pray to) to take care of them. If you're not religious ... well, it can't hurt to have someone praying for you on your behalf, just in case.


You're AIMP,

A man who frequently ends emails with "You're AIMP"

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Updated March 16, 2023

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