A transliteration of how they spell "Napoleon" in Russian. The two major figures opposed to the Russian Revolution, the liberal Kerensky and conservative Tsarist General Kornilov, were often called "The two Bonapartes" by the Bolsheviks.
Kerensky and Kornilov- Two Napoleans.
-"Oktabyr", by Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein.
by El_Haggis September 09, 2006
Another name for a piggy-back ride
Dude my legs are killing me, give me a napolean.
by JebusIsBack December 04, 2010

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