Appended to a hard-sounding single-syllabled word to make it more softer sounding and more friendly and light, but without changing its meaning. Sometimes preceded by a similar sounding irrelevant words for dramatic effect. Usage originates from the North of England.
Get the pot on. I'm ready for a brewster.

Isn't that train duester by now? I've been waiting ages.

Wait for me. I need the bogster before we go for the chipsters.

Get the ale in, you knobster
by noddy330 June 23, 2009
suffix. (your first name here)ster. An easy nickname labeled on yourself or colleagues commonly used to emphasize said individuals's aura. A person that oozes their own personality.
by rickster June 11, 2003
A sick little ending that fits on almost any word to increase its cool factor.
Just add 'ster!
dork ---> dorkster!
dweeb -> dweebster!
fag -----> fagster!
Makes it cool!
by veronicalovin August 28, 2009
Slang originating from Oakville, meaning to chew tobacco
Yo randy lets pack a 'ster

Can you toss me a 'ster man?
by Slengy45 October 30, 2013
Yo! Sorry I couldn’t pick up the phone, I was droppin a ster.
by Tbaby Juan September 23, 2022
Ster, originally invented by Shri Ganeshram. A shortened version of gangster, this word was originally used to describe him. The catchiness of the phrase has grown among the members of pop culture. The "im a ster" rap song was written by Ster (shri) who considers himself a "rapster".
Shri: Ay foo, I aint no thug, i'm a ster. A rock ster, a rap ster, and a pop ster.
by shrig94 March 17, 2010
(multiple) bomb ass idol franchises with great characters, epical music and a great storyline and games and art and merch and...
get into it now
person 1: yooo do you know if idolm@ster cgss still didn't give nagisa aino her SSR?
person 2: nah they didn't, jackasses