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7.
A sound made by small horses when getting hit by toy cars
"burr"
by j0rsh April 11, 2003
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1.
1. A phrase used to describe something cold.
2. When something goes hard.

Coined by Gucci Mane, referring to how icy his chains are.
1. "Damn it's cold in here! Hella burr."
2. "That new Gucci goes hard mayne, Burr."
by piiglett. June 14, 2009
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2.
A word used by Gucci Mane to describe how much jewelry he has or how icy his jewelry is.
Lemonade diamond bracelet, put it in ur face (BURR)

Lemonhead diamond earrings I wore yesterday (BURR)
by Barbadian January 30, 2010
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3.
1. Is said when it is literally cold

2. Is said when you have on lots of ice(jewlery)

BURR is said by Gucci Mane alot because he is "So Icey"
"so much ice i should have brought my fur, BURR!!" -Gucci Mane"

Burr its cold in here

My new watch has alot of ice(diamonds) in it BURR!!
by Differenter524 February 27, 2010
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4.
Used in place of telling someone to shut up. This term is 99% effective because the person you generally want to shut up won't know what it means and they stop talking. Word usage originated by myself and has spread through the Chicago area. Don't believe it works, give it a try?
Person 1: Well, I was in line at the store and I saw this girl talking to my brother's friend's sister's boyfriend and she was trying to
ME: BURR
Person 1: WTF?!
ME: BURR
(End of conversation)
by Bridgetspace January 06, 2009
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5.
Burr, coined by Gucci Mane, is both an adjective and an interjection that describes how "icy" one's "bling" is.
Adjective:
Johnny looks at Crystals earrings, and in order to complement her says: "Those earrings are BURR!!!!!"

Interjection:
Someone can feel like their bling is pimping or just feel like randomly saying burr: "BURR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
by Joshua G. Rosen May 20, 2010
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6.
n. cheapest possible beer. usually uttered because of excessive inebriation and/or inbreeding, in place of "beer"
i need a burr
by Andy and Stephanie November 16, 2003
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