• One of a warlike, pastoral people, skillful as horsemen,inhabiting different parts of the Russian empire and furnishingvaluable contingents of irregular cavalry to its armies, those ofLittle Russia and those of the Don forming the principal divisions.

  • Famous Ukrainian rebel warrior of 15-18th centuries. Correctly written from Ukrainian - [Kozak]
    Also Ukrainian kozaks greatly influenced the formation of Russian cossacks (KAZAK in Russian).
    Those had their share of fame much later on in 19-20th centuries.
    Around half of Russian cossacks are Ukrainian by blood.

  • A Slavic warrior caste known throughout Russia, Ukraine and Northern Mongolia. The name Cossack probably originates from Turkic, Kazakh meaning either horseman or free

  • hao counter cossacks
    An unstoppable killing machine from the age of Rape

  • Liquor previously drank by soldiers in the battle on petrograd, where cpt. cossacks men came out victorious. Today cossack is very popular within the cities of Boston and Quincy MA, where kids like to drink this substance in hope to become completly annilated. This alcohol is mostly used when in depression and more aften than not if using this substance most do not remember the previuos night. Cossack is not reccomended and could may cause death. Cossack is also a form of seduction that men use on women

  • Russian cavalry men. Usually not in the formal russian military but still served their nation to the death. SOme of the best horsemen ever. in ww2 were often mowed down by German tanks as they charged they Panzers with their spears.

  • A Russian calvaryman from the South of Russia, usually from along the border with Mongolia.

    It is also a degrogatory term used for White people.

  • An ethnic slur used for a Russian person. Comes from the cossack soldiers in russia.

  • A medieval term used to refer to ones penis and scrotum that originated in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Popularized by the Russian cavalierly during the 14th century, the name stuck as riders complained of discomfort on horse back.

    The name is derived from the Turkic word quzzaq, meaning freeman.