noun Spanish: Sometimes Vulgar.
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Contemporary Examples of cojones
Regarding the cojones: Jake had none, he had been emasculated by a war injury.Is This Hemingway’s Pamplona or a Lot of Bull?
July 13, 2014
Yet, few would actually have the cojones to go to a lesbian bar.A New Huck on the Hardcore LGBT Hudson
June 11, 2014
So the House GOP leadership deserves real credit for finally getting the cojones to back immigration reform.Will Immigration Reform Be John Boehner’s Legacy?
February 2, 2014
But he still has the cojones to speak his mind: Thomas Freidman is a ‘pompous ass.’Ed Koch at 88: New York’s Still-Outspoken Ex-Mayor Holds No Grudges
January 11, 2013
With Michele Bachmann out of the race, none of the rest of the GOP candidates seems to have any cojones.Paul Begala: Mitt Romney’s Competition Folds in New Hampshire Debate
January 8, 2012
"courage," literally "balls," 1932, from Spanish cojon "testicle," from Latin coleus, culleus (source of Italian coglione), literally "a leather sack," related to Greek koleos "sheath, scabbard (see cell). In English, first attested in Hemingway.