Is the word cabrón  insulting or offensive?
asked in Spanish by questiun

1 Answer

The word cabrón refers to:

A cuckold - a man whose wife or girlfriend has been unfaithful without his knowing about it.

Male goat - in this context it is inoffensive.

When the word cabrón is used in slang, it can be extremely insulting or offensive is particularly unpleasant in Latin culture. If you don't have a much confidence with the person you should avoid it.

But it depends on context.

If it's your friend, there's nothing wrong because you are calling as a affectionate way.

Cabrón also can refer to something that is annoying, a way of describing someone who is experienced, or someone with a bad personality, a man who is a coward and tolerates all manner of annoyances, or a pimp.

Comments are welcome!

answered by adsect

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