2. Slang for any Russian fighter.
During the Cold War, MiG fighters were the types that American fighters were designed against, due to the fact that dozens of countries around the eastern bloc and third world used the type. "MiG Diplomacy" was a coin termed to describe the Soviet practice of giving newly formed countries a gift of MiG fighters. All production MiG fighters have odd-numbered designations, because stalin said so back in the 1950s. Stalin's long dead, but MiG keeps up the tradition.
Since the 1990s, MiG hasn't seemed to be doing much, thanks to economic hard times in russia and having the spotlight stolen by the well-connected Sukhoi corporation. Nonetheless, MiG managed to pop out the weird looking but kickass MiG-1.44 prototype, as well as several upgraded Fulcrums.
MiG-15(a nasty shock to the USAF in Korea)
MiG-17(an even more embarassing shock to the USAF and USN in vietnam)
MiG-21(the most produced jet fighter ever)
MiG-25(Superfast mystery plane)
MiG-29(A good airplane... thats gotten its ass kicked in every war its seen)
Most Migs play basketball.
It is a more politically correct term for ni__er.
One distinction between a Mig and a Nig is that a Mig generally has extremely small and skinny limbs, although both are generally good at sports.
Yea, son, what a Mig.
MIG can be a noun or a verb depending on the usage.
Jill: Could you believe Leroy at the wedding last night?
Tara: I know! He was definitely the MIG.
Dave: Are you going to the party at Fairmount tonight?
Steph: Yeah, I've been pre-gaming since Noon. I'm going to MIG the hell out of that party.