In Mexico, panocha refers generally to sweet breads or cakes, or, more specifically, to a raw, coarse form of sugar produced there. Several of these words have linguistic and historical significance. The Irish, for example, are famous for their profanity but usually limit it to secular words.
Coño from the Latin cunnus is a vulgar word for a woman's vulva or vagina. Key West, Florida also has a famous hotel named La Concha. Bicho lit. In Mexico, the word is not used in a potentially ambiguous situation; instead, one may use the inoffensive blanquillos literally: "little white ones".
Another source of neologisms in the field of profanity is the elaboration of intricate rebuttals often rhymed ones that are uttered consensually by several speakers, i. It is also frequent to derive other words, such as adjectival form cojonudo lit.