coño

[cohn-yoh]

What does coño mean?

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Coño is vulgar Spanish slang for "female genitalia" à la the English pussy, often used in everyday speech with the versatile force damn or fuck.

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Examples of coño

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Examples of coño
coño what the fuck is this
@chengchengcafes, October 2018  
QUE DIABLO COÑO !!!! WHAT THE FUCK IS THE DEAL WITH THIS BIG PAPA NATU CHARACTER.
@Dub_AR_, March 2013
I’m so confused. So now sexy lingerie and dresses are out, but hairy armpits & “pink” hats mean I’m empowered. How about, I wear whatever the hell I want because, wait for it, NOT EVERYTHING IS ABOUT F*IN POLITICS. My body. My closet. My fashion. My MTHFCKN choice. Coño.
@QueenBMilaD, November 2018

Where does coño come from?

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Coño is a Spanish word derived from the Latin cunnus, which some have connected to the English cunt.

Coño is found all around the Spanish-speaking world, from Spain to Chile, and its uses widely very. Coño is sexual slang equivalent to the English cunt or pussy while in Cuba, coño can be like an exclamatory Holy shit! or Wow! Coño also shows up in a number of profane expressions, such as coño de tu madre, or “your mother’s pussy.”

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It’s said that Rafael Trujillo, the Dominican dictator, shouted Coño! when he was assassinated in 1961.

Who uses coño?

Coño is considered vulgar in Spanish, especially when used of female genitalia, but that doesn’t stop it from being incredibly versatile.

Outside of its use as sexual slang, it can variously express surprise, dismay, and anger, like shouting Fuck! or Fucking hell! in English.

Expect to encounter coño in the sexed-up and slanged-up lyrics of reggaeton, a Latin-American rap that started in Puerto Rico.

Needless to say, you don’t want to be saying coño around your abuelita.

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