n. means countryman or brother in Italian. The equivilent of "homie" to Italians and Italian-Americans.
Usually spelled paesano.
Sometimes shortened to paesan or paisan
Yo, howyoudoing, paisano?
by Jam Master J April 15, 2005
Italian, usually said in reference to 'buddy, friend, mate'. Also in the diaspora used to describe Italians from same village your ancestors came from.
"You know Domenico, don't you? He's a paisano (from the same village)"

"Hey paisano"
by MatteoP November 16, 2008
A word used by italians toward other italians meaning "Italian brother" sometimes shortened to Paisan.
"Capisci Paisano, Si o no"
"Ay paisan, how ya doin"
by tony two toes February 17, 2005
"I think."
-me

"Hey paisano!"
-a mafian walking past a fellow mafian
by Dave June 14, 2004
Generally describes a person from the same origin as oneself.

Paisano originates from the Italian lauguage, in which it means "Brother." It is also the equivalent to "Homie" in the U.S. and often shortened to "Paisa" in slang terms.
Cristian and Jessica are both from Panama.

Therefore Jessica can call Cristian a Paisano. (or Paisa)
by ut_baby2012 November 11, 2009
A Slur often towards blacks/Italian's of the bottom class.
"Get outta here you filthy Paisano!!!"
by Miguel is a Pasta Boi July 7, 2017
Paisano/Paesano/Paisan -Italian(n) referring to another Italian(n)who is from the same village or area/region in Italy.
Countryman
Alfredo is a Paisano/Paisan also from (name of ancestral homeland-village) or region of Italy; as in Marchegiano (a person from the region of Le Marche).
by mhaydenangellotti April 18, 2018