Scottish Dialect(slang) - (I am) (I'm) : i) to be doing something. ii) to constitute or represent a cause or thing. (negative - amurny (I'm not) (I am not))
1) Usually a word frequented by the variety of human's native to Scotland known as NEDS (non-educated-delinquents).
2) Occasionally used 'ironically' by those incredibly witty 'stylish' and 'cool' people who post insistently on social networking sites or have extremely loud conversations in confined spaces.
Teacher - 'Senga! I told you to stop trying to take pregnancy tests under the table during class! Get on with the work I gave you.'
Senga - 'Sir! amurny taking a pregnancy test!'
Teacher - 'Well get on with the work.'
Senga - 'Amur!'
Terry - 'Are you going to come out driving in my dad's new Zonda tonight and we can stop for a skinny latte on the way home?'
Paul - 'Aye amur'
Terry - 'Hahahahaah! Wow you're so funny!'