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Numerology information Cuno:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Cuno:
Coño is a common Spanish idiomatic expression (somewhat vulgar). Its actual meaning differs according to region or country, but in Spain and several Latin American countries it is understood as slang for the female genitalia, the vulva. Coño has become a feature of speech to express emphasis or to stress a wide variety of emotions, actually drifting from any of its original sexual references, in a situation similar to that of "fuck" in English. The context, speaker’s sex, pronunciation, and tone define the emotion conveyed, almost as identically done with the word "Damn" in English. An interlocutor may insert coño as an interjection in a sentence whenever the desire arises, even though it may be regarded as somewhat offensive if not carefully used. It is widely used in the Hispanic Caribbean and Spain but completely absent from the speech of many other Latin Americans. Its most noticeable appearance into mainstream American pop culture may very well be in the film Scarface, where it was frequently used among its fictional Cuban characters. Several examples: fear: low tone, short vowels, high-pitched: ¡Coño, coño! ¡Esta abeja me va a picar! (This bee will sting me!) anger: high tone, short vowels: ¡Coño, ya te dije que no lo hicieras! (Hey, I already told you not to do that!) surprise: low tone, dragging out the "o": Coooño... ¿Están saliendo juntos? (Oh, really? Are they going out?) joy: dragging out the vowels, low-pitched: ¡Cooñoo! ¡Nuestro equipo ganó! (Thank goodness! Our team won!) Other examples: ¡Coño, qué bueno/a está! (Damn he/she looks good!) Yo no sé un coño de eso (I don’t know fuck about that) ¿Dónde coño estás? (Where the fuck are you?) ¡Coñazo! (Dominican Republic only) (stronger expression, like "fuck!") ¡Qué se vaya pa'l coño de su madre (Cuba and Spain) (He can go to his mother's cunt, like "He can go to hell") Here it is used under its literal meaning.
Cuño should be "Cono" these people dont know what they are talking about. not Cuño these people don't know what they are talking about
it means fuck in spanish! jesus christmas christ is dat other definition wrong. It is normally used just as an exclamation then anything else.
aye cuño! where i put da remote!?
A spanish word meaning friend. Used mainly by Cubans and Puero Ricans.
¿Oye, cuño que tienes?
Songs about Cuno:
Bossa De Mali Cuno [Explicit] by Zinedin Zidan from the Album Heroj A Ne Huligan [Explicit]
Cuno by Terl from the Album Eli's wig
Cuno's Dance by Simon Lazaru from the Album Guitar Sundowner
Cunos Dance by Simon Lazaru from the Album Guitar Sundowner
Des Grossen Kurfürsten Reitermarsch (Cuno Graf von Moltke/Siegfried Rundel) by The Staff Band of the Norwegian Armed Forces | Andreas Hanson from the Album Officer's Own 2 - 22 favorite marches
Books about Cuno:
.45-CALIBER TOWN UNDER SIEGE (Cuno Massey) by Peter Brandvold (Jul 26, 2014)
.45-Caliber Revenge (Cuno Massey (.45-Caliber) Book 1) by Peter Brandvold (Feb 8, 2013)
.45-CALIBER MANHUNT (.45-CALIBER (Cuno Massey) Book 3) by Peter Brandvold (Nov 5, 2013)
.45-Caliber Fury (Cuno Massey (.45-Caliber) Book 2) by Peter Brandvold (Jun 16, 2013)
.45-Caliber Deathtrap (Cuno Massey) by Peter Brandvold (Nov 6, 2007)
.45-Caliber Cross Fire (Cuno Massey) by Peter Brandvold (Apr 3, 2012)
.45-Caliber Desperado (Cuno Massey) by Peter Brandvold (Sep 6, 2011)