A soldier who is a member of a Group of Living Historians who portray the American Civil War. They came from both the sides of the conflict, some confederates and some union men. But they formed the most hard fighting, hard drinking, tough as nails unit known in the hobby. They are more of a secret society that has a public face, but all whom know of them do not play around with them, fore they take no sides, there side is the side of the confederal. A conglomerate of both Union and Confederate Ideals. True rebels, true revolutionaries.
The confederals are on the advance and ready to attack both the union and confederates.
by Commander of the Confederals September 10, 2009
A Bojangle's biscuit and a Pepsi, preferably consumed between the hours of 6:00-8:00 a.m. The staple diet of white trash southerners.
Redneck #1 You need to get you a Confederate Breakfast!

Redneck #2 I done did! Just finished my Pepsi and it ain't even 7:00 a.m. yet!
by Saint Charles Tavern November 16, 2011
When a male is having anal intercourse or in the doggy-style position with a fat chew in his lip. He secrectly takes his lipper out and places it in the females brown eye then packs it down with his raging cock. Much like an old war weapon- the musket.
"Shawn was fucking Norm so hard in the ass the other night and Norm begged for sully to fill him so he proceded to plug his butthole with the confederate musketball..Norm replied with, "man it turns me on that you can reload so fast..again again again!!
by sulllllly December 11, 2008
A flag that's usually flown in the south, most of the time flown to represent southern pride and heritage, but sometimes is flown to represent white power and racism.
"Those who fly the Confederate Flag for southern pride are cool, those who fly it for white power should be sodomized by hitler down in hell."
by My name May 1, 2005
A mixed drink containing 1 part whiskey 1 part Kahlua 2 parts cream.

Confederate is a mixed drink containing everything the south claims to be. North America's favorite alcohol, combined with a Latin cordial, and dominated by something extremely white. The actual flavor comes from something far more black then they care to admit...
by M&MEnterprizes August 25, 2019
What is today called "The Confederate Flag" or "The Confederate Battle Flag" is actually a combination of the colours of the Army of Northern Virginia battle flag with the design of the Second Confederate Navy Jack.
Despite it never having historically represented the CSA (Confederate States of America) as a nation, this 'flag' has become a widely recognized symbol of the South.

According to Civil War historian and native Southerner Shelby Foote, the flag traditionally represented the South's resistance to Northern political dominance.
The original (i.e. Civil War era) "resistance to Northern political dominance" was the same as the cause of the American Civil War - the southern states lack of faith in the United States government after sweeping victory of the Republican party in the 1860 elections, including the election of Abraham Lincoln as president.

More specifically, South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia, and Texas each issued formal declarations of the causes of their secession, each of which identified the threat to slaveholders’ rights as either the dominant cause or a major cause of their secession.
The other seceding states also expreseed similar views.

During the Civil Rights Movement, the focal point of "resistance to Northern political dominance" was the fight against desegregation.

Since the issue of racial slavery was deeply intertwined with the causes of the formation of the CSA and since strong opposition to the Civil Rights Movement and strong support for continued segregation was primarily centered in the southern areas that were the CSA, it is difficult to not see the 'Confederate flag' as having some connotations of slavery and racism.

After the Battle of Okinawa a Confederate flag was raised over Shuri Castle by a soldier from the self-styled "Rebel Company" (Company A of the 5th Marine Regiment). It was visible for miles and was taken down after three days on the orders of General Simon B. Buckner, Jr. (son of Confederate General Simon Buckner), who stated that it was inappropriate as "Americans from all over are involved in this battle". It was replaced with the Stars and Stripes (i.e. the American flag).
Some comments from a couple some guys who should be considered most knoweldgable about the Confederate Flag and its origins/purpose.

Confederate States Vice President Alexander Stephens: The cornerstone of the CSA government would "rest upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery — subordination to the superior race — is his natural and normal condition. This, our new government, is the first, in the history of the world, based upon this great physical, philosophical, and moral truth."

Confederate States President Jefferson Davis: “From at least the time of the American Revolution, white southerners defined their liberty, in part, as the right to own slaves and to decide the fate of the institution without any outside interference.”

Confederate States President Jefferson Davis: The secession crisis had been created by the Republican Party's failure "to recognize our domestic institutions {a thinly veiled reference to slavery} which pre-existed the formation of the Union or {to recognize} property which was guarded by the Constitution."
by SouthBill543210 February 17, 2008
A common misconception would be that the red field (red part of the flag) with the blue "X" and white stars in the blue field. This flag is really the Confederate BATTLE flag, it was flown when an army or navy unit (the Confederate Air Force did not yet exist) when that usit was going into battle. A slightly modified version of this flag (being a square and not a rectangle). This modified flag was flown by the famous Army of Northern Virginia.

The flag of the Confedrate States of America is pretty close to the flag of the United States of America with a few differances. First of all it only has 7 stars in a circular pattern and only 3 stripes (2 red and 1 white).
The Confederate Battle Flag and the flag of the Confererate States of America are often confused.
by IrishRepublicanArmy December 10, 2003