A country located in East Asia. The country has the greatest military history, ever. Starting in the mid 12th century, a storm or a series of storms swept the Eurasian continent. Led by the great Khan, the Mongol cavalry defeated every army in its path. The Mongols subjugated every nation in the Eurasian continent except a few worthless European kingdoms (because the Mongols didn't think they were worth the effort, not because they coudln't annihilate them). Way to go, Genghis. By the way, the Mongols share the same ethnic heritage as Koreans. No wonder Koreans are damn aggressive.
by Kang Ta September 7, 2003
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If information I have found is right, 95 percent of Mongolians are alcoholics.
Mongolian : Lets Drink
Mongolian 2 : BEST IDEA EVER!
by Allaouise May 16, 2007
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The most independent state in the world, because nothing depends on it.
by Claque May 7, 2005
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mongolian people are the nicest and yet the shyest people on the earth. they are really shy. uwu
kid: dad, what’s that *pointing at a condom.
average mongolian dad: *sweats nervously* i-i don’t know, son. *runs away
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If an event is said to occur in Outer Mongolia, it quite often means it happens somewhere obscure and hard to find.

If a person is "sent to Outer Mongolia", it means they are effectively relieved of all real power and influence and given a symbolically important but practically meaningless post.

The term refers to the state of Mongolia (in east Asia), a sparsely populated and geopolitically insignificant country inbetween China and Russia. It had a revolution in the early 1920s and effectively became a Soviet satellite state, while never actually being incorporated into the USSR (a model of the later policy in eastern Europe). Although officially designated "Mongolia", it is sometimes called Outer Mongolia because a region known as Inner Mongolia is part of the state of China.

The term gained its present uses because the Soviet foreign minister Molotov, after being relieved of his duties, was appointed as ambassador to Mongolia. This was a pointless role because, being a puppet state and politically insignificant, there were no problematic issues for a diplomat in Mongolia to take care of. In effect, Molotov was sacked but without losing his status or perks; he was simply taken away from the centre of power. This happened in the early years of the Khrushchev regime, soon after the death of Stalin, because Molotov and several others had lost out in bids to become General Secretary (i.e. top dog). Rather than have his rivals shot once they were defeated, Khrushchev adopted the policy of shunting them off into useless and powerless but well-paid posts (another rival, Malenkov, was made head of a factory in Siberia).

(By the way, yes Molotov did invent the "cocktail" which bears his name - he was responsible for mass-producing them in lemonade factories during World War II).
Clare Short was sent to Outer Mongolia in the Cabinet reshuffle, being sent to the Department for Overseas Aid.

I can't believe they put this lecture in Outer Mongolia (i.e. on the far side of the campus from the usual venue).
by Andy April 21, 2004
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A euphemism for whatever one defines as their own special physical pleasure-inducing space, eg a body part
"So did he go to your Inner Mongolia?"
"No, that night he only got to my Outer Mongolia..."
by Innermongolia January 11, 2014
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