Definition funny of Capon:

urbana castrated male chicken

urbanyou are a damn capon

urban1.Something or someone that fails in an epic scale of things. 2.To lose your testicles

urban1.Ewwww Brian capon!! 2.You caponing now boy!

urbana gay rooster with no nuts

urban"im gonna make a capon outta you!"

urbanCAPON {KAY - PON}: Slang term reference the status of a costumed super hero when in uniform and on duty


Songs about Capon:

songsSoy un capĆ³n by El Cuarteto De Nos from the Album Otra navidad en las trincheras

songsBack Home (feat. Anna Atkinson & Rachel Capon) by Preetam Sengupta from the Album (Hopefull)

songsCan't Be Stopped- feat. Mr. Capon-E, Criminal and Sicc2Sicc [Explicit] by Snapper from the Album The Sequel [Explicit]

songsCapon by Lori Watson from the Album :Three

songsCapon by Pharaon from the Album Oats

songsCapon by The Hard Ground from the Album Triptych: 2

songsCapon Bridge by Dog & Gun from the Album Dog & Gun


Books about Capon:

booksRecipes & Revelation: Robert Farrar Capon on Cooking by Robert Farrar Capon (Oct 6, 2014)

booksCapon Valley. Its Pioneers and Their Descendants, 1698 to 1940 by Maud Pugh and Pugh (Jun 1, 2009)

booksCapon Folks by Debbie S. Boyce (May 21, 2009)

booksCapon's Marketing Framework by Noel Capon (May 12, 2009)

booksCapon Valley Sampler: Sketches of Appalachia from George Washington to Caudy Davis by Willard Wirtz (Jan 1990)

booksCapon on Cooking by Robert Farrar Capon (1983)

booksCapon's Marketing Framework Student Study Guide by Noel Capon (May 3, 2010)


Wiki information Capon:


A capon is a rooster or cockerel that has been castrated to improve the quality of its flesh for food and, in some countries like Spain, fattened by forced feeding. In the United Kingdom, birds sold as capons are chemically or physically castrated...

Capon Bridge
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, HUD Foreclosure Area, Statistical region, HUD County Place

Capon Bridge is a town located in eastern Hampshire County, West Virginia, USA, along the Northwestern Turnpike, approximately twenty miles west of Winchester, Virginia. The population was 355 at the 2010 census. 200 of which live within the town...