(Noun) Member of the United States' Republican Party, first emerging in the mid 1800s as an anti-slavery movement. Success of candidate Abraham Lincoln in the Presidential election of 1860 sparked the American Civil War. The party has since moved on to other issues. Republicans today are characterized by typically right-wing, conservative beliefs including but by no means limited to pro-business policies, lack of dependence on the government in daily life, religious convictions, and desire to outlaw what they deem socially undesirable actions.
(Adjective) Typical or characteristic of a Republican or the Republican party.
1. George W. Bush was the Republican candidate for President in 2004.
1. An insult used by those opposed to the United States's Republican Party suggesting a similarity between it and Adolf Hitler's National Socialist (Nazi) Party.
The word suggests that the target of the insult is representative of the supposedly fascist goals that the insulter believes the two share.
2. If the link between the parties does not apply to the target of the insult or the insulter does not understand the link implied by the origin of the term, then Republicanazi can simply be used as a generic insult for a Republican.
1. He is such a Republicanazi. He wants to <Insert various aspects of the Nazi agenda here>