A Russian word for a person from Georgia (E. Europe). If used in a non-Russian conversation, such as in English, it can serve as an ethnic slur connoting derision and disgust. It is roughly an equivalent of using word "Ruski" for Russians in English. It is not always derisive, such as if used by a friend jokingly, etc.
Normal usage in Russian: When is that Georgian guy coming over?
As a slur in English: I can't let this Gruzin get ahead of me!
by Maxdelinar March 27, 2012
It's a term for someone who is from Georgia (the country)...Russian equivalent of homie when speaking to someone from Georgia.
Eyy Gruzin, how are you?
by Art G. October 01, 2007

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