Stilyaga



noun, plural stilyagi
[styi-lyah-gyi; English stil-yah-gee] /styɪˈlyɑ gyɪ; English stɪlˈyɑ gi/ (Show IPA). Russian.
1.
(formerly, in the Soviet Union) a person, usually young, who adopted the unconventional manner and dress of some Western youth groups, as rockers or punk-rock fans.

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