Kiss (verb)

  1. To touch or press one's lips against (someone or something) as a sign of love, affection, respect, or greeting.
  2. To touch or press one's lips to (something) in order to make a noise.
  3. To touch or press one's lips to (something) lightly and briefly.

Origin:

Old english coss "a kiss", of germanic origin; related to dutch kus and german kuss.

Examples:

  1. He kissed her on the cheek.
  2. She kissed the baby on the forehead.
  3. He blew a kiss to his wife.
  4. The couple kissed at the altar.
  5. He kissed the bride.
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