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Definition of the noun Cojones
What does Cojones mean as a name of something?
- [slang, usually considered vulgar] testicles
- [slang, usually considered vulgar] balls, courage, machismo, chutzpah
Cojones is a musical group.
- albums: "Sunrise", "Bend to Transcend", "Live in Jena (Black Night) 25.03.2013"
"Cojones" is a composition.
- music by Paco de Lucía
"Cojones" is a 1994 fantasy short film written and directed by Peter Brauneis.
- country: Austria
- released in (22 years ago)
Cojones is a vulgar Spanish word for testicles or, denoting courage when used in the phrase "tener cojones". It is considered a curse word when used by itself as an expletive in Spanish. In English, as a loanword, it means courage, brazenness, "nerve", "guts", etc.
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Eclipse of the Assassins (2015)
The CIA, Imperial Politics, and the Slaying of Mexican Journalist Manuel Buendía by Russell H. Bartley, Sylvia Erickson Bartley
The Spanish word cojones is a colloquial term signifying “testicles.” 44. Russell H . Bartley to Lawrence Harrison, e-mail, 21 January 2010. Russell's precise words were “No sé cómo fue que conociste alvato Cojones, ni por qué le tomaste ...
by Tony Thorne
cojones n pl a. courage, 'guts'. A word ( pronounced 'cohonays') introduced to many English speakers by Ernest Hemingway ...
by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
An intentional butchering of the Spanish cojones.
Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications by Christian Rätsch
,55 campachu, campanilla, chamico, cimora, cojones del diablo, engelstrompetenbaum, ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
a'roptos cojones BR ko'hoöneiz AM ...
by Win Blevins
COJONES (koh-HOH-nays) Testicles; by implication, courage. Borrowed from Spanish. COLACHE (koh-LAH-chay) Boiled pumpkin or squash, a dish of the CALIFORNIO period. Borrowed from Spanish. COLD BRAND A brand that burns just ...
by Jonathon Green
see COJONES n.
by Tom Dalzell
coconut telegraph | cojones 218 coconut telegraph noun the informal way in which news travels in the tropics us, i96i • Anyway you slice it, the coconut telegraph had transmitted this coup-de-something in no time around the islands and it had ...
An Encyclopedia of Swearing (2015)
The Social History of Oaths, Profanity, Foul Language, and Ethnic Slurs in the English-speaking World by Geoffrey Hughes
Its distant relative cojones has recently come into American English in the macho sense of English “balls.” Two obsolete terms for the penis, namely tarse (from AngloSaxon teors) and yard(from Middle English yerde), are similarly recorded in ...
Hippie Dictionary (2013)
A Cultural Encyclopedia of the 1960s and 1970s by John Bassett Mccleary
cojones (pronounced ”k0-ho-nes") guts or courage.
Dictionary of Euphemisms (2008)
by R. W. Holder
Cojones is also 'often used to indicate machismo. Offensive.' (Dictionary of Cautionary Words and Phrases, ...
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- Cave Cojones
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- Edificio feo de cojones
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- Estamos hasta los cojones
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- Los cojones de Stalin
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- The right place mis cojones.
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- Pony with Cojones!
Grille emblem from a Shelby GT500
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- Gorse and cojones
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Scrabble value of C3O1J8O1N1E1S1
The value of this 7-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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