- n. A transliteration of the Russian male given name Сергей.
- From Russian Сергей, from Latin Sergius. (Wiktionary)
“If the depth of field of Larry and Sergey is 11, that of Mark is a 1.2 as in 1.2 Canon Lens.”
“Blunders on over to the Googleplex last week, and at the invitation of Larry and Sergey, is what!”
“Gee ... isn't simplicity the reason why you call Sergey every night and beg him to let you suck his *****?”
“He doesn’t say how he hunted; presumably it was with Lycos or the then brand-new AltaVista, since Google was not yet a gleam in Sergey’s or Larry’s eye.”
“He fired the loyal retainer and replaced him with another young reformer, this time a protégé of Nemtsov from Nizhny Novgorod called Sergey Kirienko.”
“It referred to him as "the jew Craig Silverstein" it also referred to Sergey Brin's wedding as "jewgle" wedding and it was about how the jews control Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, etc.”
“July edition is 337 MB and has a cover story on Google - specifically titled Sergey's SEARCH.”
“Russian poets such as Sergey Yesenin and Vladimir Majakovsky were important for the young Swedish modernists, as were American poets such as Carl Sandburg and Edgar Lee Masters.”
“You even have some of his fans commenting on this blog (there's a bloke called Sergey on the "Unspeakable" thread who explicitly tries to justify Goldsteins's actions, and I didn't spot you or your Zionist chums all jumping down his throat to complain.”
“He began the rescript again and again, but as soon as he uttered 'Sergey' he sobbed,”
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