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Kiss Category

Kiss Category Domain Names

If you need a name to kiss your site, we have some for you to choose from.

Definition of Kiss:  Kiss is to touch or press with the lips slightly pursed, and then often to part them and to emit a smacking sound, in an expression of affection, love, greeting, reverence, etc.

Kiss may also refer to:

  •  to join lips with in this way: She kissed him and left. 
  •  to touch gently or lightly: The breeze kissed her face. 
  •  to put, bring, take, etc., by, or as if by, kissing: She kissed the baby's tears away.
  •  Billiards, Pool. (of a ball) to make slight contact with or brush (another ball). 
  •  to join lips in respect, affection, love, passion, etc.: They kissed passionately.
  • to express a thought, feeling, etc., by a contact of the lips: They kissed good-bye at the station. 
  •  to purse and then part the lips, emitting a smacking sound, as in kissing someone. 
  •  a slight touch or contact. 
  •  kiss off, Slang. a. to reject, dismiss, or ignore: He kissed off their objections with a wave of his hand. 
  • blow or throw a kiss, to indicate an intended kiss from a distance, usually in bidding farewell, by kissing one's own fingertips and moving the hand toward the person greeted. 
  • kiss ass 

A kiss (from Old English cyssan "to kiss," in turn from coss "a kiss," perhaps onomatopoeic) is the touching of the lips. The scientific name for kissing is osculation.