-our

-our

suffix forming nouns
indicating state, condition, or activity: behaviour; labour.
[in Old French -eur, from Latin -or, noun suffix]
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our

(aʊər, ˈaʊ ər; unstressed ɑr)

pron.
a form of the possessive case of we used as an attributive adjective: Our team won. Compare ours.
[before 900; Middle English oure, Old English ūre]
usage: See me.

-our

Brit. var. of -or1.
usage: See -or1.
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