A term used in txt/text language.

ure is a shortening of the word "you're" as in "You're murdering my language sir".

It's often used interchangeably with the term ur. Technically though there is a difference between the two. ur is a shortening of "your", as in "I see your dictionary is still in the shrink-wrap sir".
PsychoSlayer44: omg m8!!! ure havin ure steak wit teh white wine!!1! URE TEH WINE NOOB!! WTF?!?
DaBombdaH00d:UR DA NUB. ur having red wine with teh garden salad. LOLOLOLOLOLOL. OMFG M8!1!
<Literacy has left the restaurant>
by Thepreacher July 31, 2006
Newbian for the word you're. Used by people in changing from Newbian to general English.
Phillllllllll used to say "u're" in an attempt to appear grammatically correct, however, he still looked like a fuckwit.
by Johnny Rocketfingers September 17, 2003
1) Any crack in a couch that swallows things.

and, by extension,

2) A crotch, usually dirty.

Origin: Onomatopoeic.
1) Where's the remote control? Umm... check in the ure.

2) I would ask her out, but I hear she's got a filthy ure.
by Hexis July 25, 2008
What happens when an internet user finally realizes that "your" and "you're" are not the same word but is too lazy to type the entire word out.
n00b A: ur dumb.
n00b B: hahaha u're dumb. lol i'm smarter than you.
by someguyoftheinterweb August 04, 2004
It's when an internet user *doesn't* realize that:
a) U'RE is a lousy abbreviation for YOUR, as they're both 4 characters long;
b) U'RE would more likely stand for YOU ARE; YOUR and YOU ARE are two different things.
I want to meet u're sister.
by MrKane August 05, 2007
The perfect expression for notoriously lazy typists, oh yes you are, or aren't you?
Ure very elegant and eloquent, ure 1 of kind and on my mind, so come what may this first of May ure my frend wkday and end, the end, RIP.
by Hercolena Oliver May 01, 2008
"you are"
like u're but without the silly hyphen.
ure an asshole
by Alex November 05, 2003

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