The word "tee" in Zim slang means to 'kiss' but obviously not in the form of a greeting. Rather the word itself refers to what two people in love, a fling, etc would do as a sign of love and affection.

Example Usage: "Oan, the reason I have these lip stains on my shirt is the next daige wanted to tee but I was in a rush so she came in aggressively from a wrong angle."
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