A series of Russian artificial satellites sent into orbit during the late 1950s. Literally "fellow wanderer" in Russian. Sputnik I made history on October 4, 1957, by becoming the first man-made object put into orbit. Sputnik II would follow later, this time carrying Laika
, the first dog in space.
Sputnik I amazed and terrified the American public: the small blipping dome made an orbit every ninety minutes, a symbol of Soviet space supremacy.
shoving a potato in someones ass
We held him down and gave him a sputnik in front of the whole cafeteria
The first of its kind and harbinger. A telltale event.
I was late to go through puberty and was a junior in high school when my first sputnik got airborne.
Didn't know what I was going to do with my life until landing that sputnik apprenticeship in accounting.
A derogatory term for a Russian, derived from the first artificial satellite to be put into orbit on October 4, 1957, of the same name
I didn't realize John's real name was Vaughnya... Yeah he's a sputnik
A derogatory name for hash
, esp in Manchester. Mainly used when distinguishing Hashish
. Also shortened to sput.
Originated because like the Russian satellite of the same name, this is considered by many to be old technology
What are you smoking? Is that sputnik?
A little piece of crap. Germans use it to refer to small quantities of brown vaginal discharge.
Even though I'm ovulating, I found a sputnik in my underwear.
A spark or flying ember from a campfire. Generally produced when you poke the fire.
When I threw a log into the campfire, several sputniks flew up and out.