chones

chones

1. slang Testicles. Taken from the Spanish word "cojones," meaning the same. I can't believe the ball hit him right in the chones—ouch!
2. slang The masculine courage one is said to possess when they behave in a rash or daring manner. You've got some real chones talking to the boss like that!

chones

1. n. the testicles. (From Spanish cojones. Usually objectionable.) You look at me that way again, and you will be saying good-bye to your chones.
2. n. bravado. (see also balls, ballsy. Usually objectionable.) Man, has he got chones!
References in classic literature ?
The Chones inhabited the part toward Iapigia and the Ionian Sea which is called Syrtis.
They were playing a new song called "Cheech's Chones" for Cinco de Mayo and everybody was laughing.
With a population of about 80,000, Racine has produced its share of NBA talent in natives Jim Chones, Jim McIlvaine and former All-Star Caron Butler.
His wife never uses a cast iron to smooth out his chones
Following a timeout, Colgate inbounded the ball and broke the Holy Cross press, leading to an easy layup for Kendall Chones. The Crusaders turned the ball over with 23 seconds left and that was pretty much it.
When I see la Virgen de Guadalupe I want to lift her dress as I did my dolls' and look to see if she comes with chones [underwear], and does her panocha look like mine, and does she have dark nipples too?