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 (kə-hō′nāz′, kō-hō′nĕs)
pl.n. Vulgar Slang
1. The testicles.
a. Boldness or courage.
b. Presumptuousness; nerve.

[Spanish, pl. of cojón, testicle, from Vulgar Latin *cōleō*cōleōn-, from Latin cōleī, testicles, perhaps a colloquial variant of *culleī and akin to culleus, leather sack, probably a borrowing from an unknown Indo-European language of the Mediterranean and akin to Greek koluthron, ripe fig (perhaps originally "sacklike thing"), koluthroi, testicles, and koleon, sheath; see coleopteran.]


pl n
1. (Anatomy) testicles
2. manly courage
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The BHA's disciplinary panel is also worthy of praise for showing the necessary cojones to bin the ban.
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And if Rooney has a poor season and does not get into double figures as a central striker for United, then Hodgson and Gary Neville need to have the cojones to tell him he has to earn his place back.
Isn't it time someone in the Unionist camp found the cojones to challenge the SNP to "bring it on"?
By the time the closing credits rolled, my cojones almost felt like they'd grown back completely.
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