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nards

1. vulgar slang The testicles. I kicked the mugger in the nards and grabbed my wallet back. He grabbed his nards in a lewd gesture to the crowd.
2. vulgar slang Confidence, self-esteem, motivation, etc. Often but not always said of a man. You've got nards standing up to them like that, man. He doesn't have the nards to try a plan that bold.
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nards

1. n. the testicles; the (male) genitals. (see also nads. Probably from gonads.) Yeouch! Right in the nards!
2. n. courage; bravado; balls. That guy has nards!
See also: nard
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