1 of, belonging to, or associated in some way with us
our best vodka, our parents are good to us
2 belonging to or associated with all people or people in general
our nearest planet is Venus
3 a formal word for my used by editors or other writers, and monarchs
4 Informal (often sarcastic) used instead of your
are our feet hurting?
5 Dialect belonging to the family of the speaker it's our Sandra's birthday tomorrow (Old English ure (genitive plural), from us; related to Old French, Old Saxon user, Old High German unser, Gothic unsara)
suffix forming nouns indicating state, condition, or activity
(in Old French -eur, from Latin -or, noun suffix)
n another name for the →
Lord's Prayer taken from its opening words taken from its opening words
n a title given to the →
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