co jones

cojones

[kaw-haw-nes; English kuh-hoh-neys, -neez]
noun Spanish: Sometimes Vulgar.
1.
(used with a plural verb) testicles.
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cojones (koˈxones)
 
pl n
1.  testicles
2.  manly courage

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cojones
"courage," lit. "testicles," 1932, from Sp. cojon (cf. It. coglione) "testicle," from L. coleus, of unknown origin. First attested in Hemingway.
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