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cachondo

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Spanish

Etymology

From cacho.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /kaˈʧondo/

Adjective

cachondo m. (feminine cachonda, masculine plural cachondos, feminine plural cachondas)

  1. (zoology) on heat, in rut
  2. sexy, horny, randy
  3. funny, amusing, comic

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