From Latin cunnus. Cognate with Asturian coñu. Coño is a common, somewhat vulgar Spanish idiom primarily used in Spain and the Spanish Caribbean. Its actual meaning differs according to use, but in Spain and several Latin American countries it is also used in its literal sense 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 American English. The context, gender, pronunciation and tone of the speaker defines 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 is completely absent from the speech of many other Latin Americans.
A wide smile crossed Maggies face and she nodded eagerly, taking my hand in tow and leading me across the gym. After my dog Shindos amazing oral treatment of my pussy this morning, I certainly had a few ideas in my head, but resolved myself to letting Maggie teach me the proverbial ropes. Reaching the front desk, Maggie asked Lydia in an excited whisper, Can we get a key to a massage room.
Holy shit. Melinda blurted out as her hands rubbed vigorously. Two of her fingers found their way into her hole and her left hand began pumping into and out of her, her right hand still concentrating on her clit. HOLY SHIT.