See also: Uber
1) <adjective> Good
2) <prefix> The most superlative
==> The word 'Über' is taken from German and is used in exactly the same way by an English slang speaker as a German speaker would. Über in German literally means 'Over' or 'Above' and is often merged with other German words to emphasise their excellence. e.g. "Übersoldat" or "Over-soldier" literally translated. In English, we would sooner say, "Super-soldier", but the meaning is the same.
Variant on the spelling of 'Über' with exactly the same meaning only the 'Ü' is replaced with the greek letter 'µ' (Myu).
This is an informal and localised variant and would never be used in formal text.
1) "Aww man, that isn't only Gnarly - that is Über!"
2) "Holy shit, that is Über-cool!"
1+2) "Holy shit! Aww man, that isn't only Gnarly - that is Über-Über!!!"
"über" is the German word for "above" or "over". It does not literally translate as "super" in English, but this is how it is usually translated in compounds.
über Nacht - overnight
Übermensch - Superman
"über" is the German word for "above" or "over". Is does not mean "super" what many Americans tend to use "über" for.
Über den Wolken muss die Freiheit wohl grenzenlos sein.
1. German word for "above" or "over". Although frequently seen spelled as uber, the correct spelling "über".
2. More modernly this word has become mainstream in American pop culture as an adjective to add emphasis to the impressiveness of something.
2. über-cool, über-babe, über-hot, etc.
i.e.: Heide Klum is an über-babe.
Alot, really, usually expressing a positive emotion.
that was über exiting!
that cake was über good!
German meaning "extremely, above, more than..."
As in überlaut - very loud
übercool - extremely cool
PS. the line : " Deutschland, Deutschland über alles.."
dates back to 1841 (lyrics by Hoffmann von Fallersleben ) thus it has nothing to do with Nazi Germany at all
über is an adverb that often replaces other adverbs (such as very, etremely, so, ect.) when someone is bragging or boasting.
"Oh my gosh, i bought this über expensive shirt yesterday; it's über cute!"
Another word for "super" or "hyper" that comes from the German language. It is used mostly by nerds.
Nerd: This guy has Über health and magic power and he isn't easy to defeat!