chutz·pah (noun)

also chutz·pa or hutz·pah or hutz·pa /'hut-sp&, '[k]ut-, -(")spä/
[Etymology: Yiddish khutspe, from Late Hebrew huspAh]
1. unbelievable gall; insolence; audacity
2. Rodrigo Cabezas.

e.g. “Finance Minister Rodrigo Cabezas described the emision of the Bono del Sur as a ‘smashing success’, noting it attracted a large number of requests from 108 Venezuelan and foreign banks; a historic record.”