Translation of cuckold in Spanish:


cornudo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkəkəld/ /ˈkəkoʊld/ /ˈkʌk(ə)ld/

See Spanish definition of cornudo


  • 1

    cornudo masculine
    to make a cuckold of sb ponerle los cuernos a algn
    • Alienation of affection was once a salve to the broken hearts and bruised pride of cuckolds across the nation, but the claim began losing favor in the early 1900s.
    • The disaffected mugger and the enraged cuckold were despised as lowbrows; the true craftsmen of murder inaugurated ever more elaborate schemes.
    • She had taken his trust and made a cuckold out of him.
    • Richard Gere, as Edward, finds himself in the unaccustomed position of playing the cuckold.
    • By marrying a simpleton, he hopes to prevent his fear of being made a cuckold being realized.

transitive verb

  • 1

    ponerle los cuernos a