A term for a stereotypical Ukrainian, which is derived from a traditional hairstyle which is popular, generally with Ukrainian nationalists. The use of the word drastically increased within the Russian lexicon as a result of Euromaidan and the perceived rise of the Ukrainian pro-EU far right. Previously, it was used to mess with that one Ukrainian you knew inevitably knew if you were Russian, but ever since the EU drama it's become a much more charged and spiteful insult.
"I can't stand that Khokhol, why can't he learn to speak properly?" "Why won't those Khokhly fucking calm down with their Bandera and Eurobboners, fucking friendship of peoples my ass." "These Khokhols are getting worse than the Polaks."
by Made This For One Single Word March 07, 2018