Character created and performed by Sacha Baron Cohen.

Borat is a journalist for Kazakhstani television, hosting a series on Western life and culture: 'Borat's Guide to Britain' and later 'Borat's Guide to America'.

Borat attends social events and suchlike, asking odd questions and embarrasing the subject of interviews with obscure (fabricated) Kazakhstani customs.

After being told he should, in polite circles, ask to be excused before leaving the table, he returned, saying 'I had a good shiit'. Also asked the organiser of a party at Oxford University if they were planning to hire prostitutes.

See also Ali G and Bruno.
by manta May 25, 2003
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A character on "Da Ali G Show". Borat owns your soul. Kazakhstan's sixth most famous man, Borat Sagdiyev is a reporter for Kazakhstani television. He is traveling across America for his television show, "Borat's Guide to America", where he does crap like show old people naked pictures of his wife, tell people about his hobbies like shooting dogs, and worrying about "the Jew"
"My sister, she is prostitute."
"Why is that?"
"She like a...make money!"
by Butch Kid February 5, 2005
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Hilarious fictional person acted by Sacha Baron Cohen. Is shown in Da Ali G Show and also in the movie Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. He has some hilarious words you can, and inevitably will, hear everywhere, and laugh, until it's overdone by a moronic nerd.
Sexy time!

High fiive!

I very like!

Very nice, how much?

Hello, my name is Borat.
by Buchyex February 8, 2007
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Very nice man from Kazakhstan with big hram. He like a Pamela Andersons very much, and is ex-husband of Oksana. She die, and now he married to black prostitute, Luenell. He like.
"My name ez Borat!"
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The Best Movie Ever and the best character
My Name Is Borat I Wanna Fuck Pamela Anderson :)
You like?
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ethnic slur for Russians, Poles, Lithuanians, Belarusians, Ukrainians, former member countries of the Soviet Union, Moldavians, Bulgarians, Romanians and Albanians, as originated by a traditional Jewish ethnic joke, popularised by Sacha Baron Cohen. This ethnic slur does not apply to former Yugoslav nations, Slovaks, Czechs, Hungarians, Estonians and Sorbs. In a British court, a Polish engineer won a court case against his officemates for calling him Borat, citing that no Brit (or many other Western Europeans) would call any Central and Eastern European Borat.
British office worker: Hello, Borat
Polish co-worker: Sod off!
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A fictitious Kazakh reporter, played by Sacha Baron-Cohen, first appearing on “Da Ali G Show” and later appearing in his own movie. He likes sex.
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