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Über, in German, is a prefix AND a seperate word (Z0MG!) As a seperate word, it can be used as an adverb or a preposition.

Über can also be translated as an adjective such as over, above, and super. The most frequent users of it as an adjective are gamers, chatters, and forum users.

1. Z0MG!!! TAT GuN iZ TEH ÜBER 1337!

2. (as an prefix) übernehmen - take over (nehmen = take).

3. Über *random German* - Over the bridge.
by MAJORdorMo September 20, 2006
 
1.
The ultimate, above all, the best, top, something that nothing is better than. Also Über
I'm Über confused...
by PHaNuBiS March 28, 2003
 
2.
Term with literal meaning of "above" in German. Brought to the mainstream in the early 80's by hardcore American punk band, the Dead Kennedys when using the term in the anti-Californian government song "California Uber Alles", which is a take off the German motto of "Deustchland Uber Alles", which translates to "Germany above all." The term was picked up in their native California stomping grounds by the typical surfers and "punks" and extended from there to many teenagers, the majority of which use the term online.
That was uber-lame.
by God. January 02, 2004
 
3.
(1) german word for "above" or "over" (correct spelling "über")
(2) Became popular in the american language through its occurence in a phrase of the old nazi-time german anthem, re-used by punk bands ("california über alles")
(3) Is now used as a substitute for "really" or "very" etc.
(1) Ich sehe die Sterne über mir (I see the stars above me)
(2) "...Deutschland über Alles..." (Germany above All Things)
(3) This website is über-informative
by rastarulor May 24, 2004
 
4.
German for the word "above", but more commonly used on the internet for being the best, the top, the supreme, the highest of highest.
n00b: C4n 1 J01N Ur Cr3W?

Geek: OMFG, 1M G0NN4 PWN UR FR1GG1N 4R53 YOU.. YOU... UBER N00B
by walteaser June 08, 2005
 
5.
"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
by A real German person March 01, 2005
 
6.
"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.
by Anna December 27, 2003
 
7.
Over, Better, Higher, Greater, Super. such as... Ubermensch "Superman" or Das Flugzeug ist über mir. "the plane is over me" often used to heighten an otherwise standard term.
such as, "that car is Uber-shweet" or "I am the Uber-Pimp"
by Justin September 21, 2003