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3.
Meaning nope with an irritated or sarcastic undertone.
Girl: Did you see that movie?
Guy: NURP!!!!
by nickanamek August 20, 2010
 
1.
Dual hand blasts at one's nipples wielding the left and right thumb and index finger to apply intense pressure to the nipples, as if you were going to pop those nips right off.
To pull, squeeze, wrench, rip, tug, twist, or stomp both nipples. Hard
It also applies to the purple discoloration that occurs on both nipples post attack.
Dude, yesterday Timmy had his funk ass toes all up on my table, so I told him what was up. So the dude gets all bitchy and says, "fuck that shit bra, it's kinda like a shitty little foot rest or something anyway, like a baby table, ya know." So I totally hit that dude with some mega nurps, and threw Timmy to the ground, messin them nips all up.
by Kay-Cee February 18, 2008
 
2.
a way of declining a statement. used similarly to the word 'no'. Used for added emphasis. works well in conjunction with a head shake. Derived in richmond, VA.
-Damn did you see that girl over there with the buck teeth? She'as kinna cute.

-NURP!
by D.Cook June 28, 2009
 
4.
1.Commonly known as a "nipple" to most, but to the elite, its Nurp. The main purpose of a nurp is to be squeezed, mainly by the index finger and the thumb, but some people are creative. After being succesfully squeezed, the nurp should become the color "purp" a variation of purple, soley used with nurps.
1. I skwapped his nurps real good like, pinch, twist then pull.
by Towi March 24, 2006
 
5.
nose burp.
i just drank some soda. oh man i just nurped.
by rainbow muffin September 21, 2010
 
6.
A durped black guy; An African American under the influence.
Dude I can't wait till I smoke. I love being nurpy.
by Negr 'o' matic April 11, 2009
 
7.
To "nurp", AKA "nurse", as a baby would at the breast. Sucking at a bottle or a drink is called "nurping", especially when there is a sensie of urgency associated with the action.
"He was nurping that soda like he hadn't had a drink in a week!"
by Craig Howell August 04, 2006