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It is usually slang in English speaking countries for 'bravery'.

The word, cojones, means 'testicles' in Spanish, and does NOT have the the same meaning in Spanish as it does in the countries the word is used in.

Do NOT believe the other posts, it is NOT just used in those countries it is used in EVERY Spanish speaking country, too...
I've got the cojones to jump off a building, do you?
by Furenya September 03, 2007
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Cojones (Spanish pronunciation: koˈxones) is a vulgar Spanish word for testicles, denoting courage; it corresponds to balls in United States English and bollocks in British English (an uncommon synonym for courage).
In the fourth episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit a sexually-assaulted woman said she grabbed her attacker’s cojones, because he was strangling her. Afterwards, detectives Stabler and Benson re-enact the rape, and Det. Benson says cojones, like the rape victim.
by phiky November 11, 2009
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that guy has some big cojones.
hey vato i got some big cojones.
by EL MIKIMBIN May 02, 2003
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a generic term for the man's brain hemispheres.
Men think with their cojones.
by Mirko Starr February 18, 2005
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1. Testicles
2. something srewed* up
1. I bet he got no cojones between those legs!
2. Aw Cojones! What the hek did you do that for?
by Rocky November 24, 2003
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