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Kiss words - The most beautiful words with * Kuss & Kuss * 💋

Kissing is not only fun, it can be practiced in a variety of ways. It's all a question of the situation. Here you can see everything there is and which terms with kuss * and kisses * still occur in the German language.

This is about kissing, smooching, pissing, hitting, smacking and beaking. Everything is purely verbal, of course.

By the way ... The beautiful words are also available to take away, as a book - and now even twice


Yes, the beautiful words still exist. Terms with a special sound. Words that evoke longings and memories in us. The world from then, it is still there. But there is only a breath that wafts over to us with almost faded words. A wonderful harvest of blossoms in book form with the most beautiful words of the German language. Learn more

It is said that kissing strengthens the immune system. One thing is certain: the right words strengthen your text.

Kisses of all kinds are not forbidden in books and stories, they are strictly allowed. Even without a frog. See also:

List of words with * kiss & kisses *

These words are not a complete collection of all thinkable or possible words on the subject. But much shouldn't be missing either.

  1. Kiss goodbye
  2. Welcome kiss
  3. Brother kiss
  4. Eskimo kiss (with the noses)
  5. Window pane kiss (separated by a pane of glass)
  6. Movie kiss
  7. Whisper kiss
  8. Friendship kiss
  9. Kiss back
  10. Ghost kiss
  11. Goodnight kiss
  12. Good morning kiss
  13. Hand kiss
  14. Heart kiss
  15. Honey kiss
  16. Cuddle kiss
  17. kissable (kiss proof)
  18. Kissable cheek
  19. kissable (can be kissed)
  20. kiss
  21. Kiss penny (Stingy collar)
  22. kissable
  23. Kissing
  24. Kiss hand (the kissed hand)
  25. Kiss year (the first year of marriage)
  26. kissable (kissable)
  27. Kissing mood
  28. Kisses
  29. Kiss month (the honeymoon)
  30. kiss mouth
  31. Kissing game
  32. Kiss dance
  33. Kissing technique
  34. No kissing
  35. willing to kiss
  36. Kiss week (first wedding week)
  37. Kiss (like kiss hand)
  38. Labe kiss (a refreshing kiss; old term)
  39. Lip kiss
  40. Air kiss
  41. Morning kiss
  42. Neck kiss
  43. Nose kiss
  44. Easter kiss (on holiday)
  45. Butterfly kiss (with eyelashes)
  46. Hover kiss (on the hand)
  47. Forehead kiss
  48. Kiss of death
  49. Dream kiss
  50. Surprise kiss
  51. Cheek kiss
  52. Wish kiss
  53. Sugar kiss (not to be confused with frosting)
  54. French kiss

PS: Doesn't want to fit at all Judas kiss: The kiss as betrayal.

PPS: Kiss shower is a trendy drink, there are also kissfish, even one Kiss sickness is known (Pfeiffer glandular fever).

The kiss in literature

And Dolores bent down, took the beautiful girl's head between her hands and pressed a violent hot one Blessing kiss on the clear forehead.

Nataly von Eschstruth: The Irrgeist of the Castle, 1886

The young husband made an impeccable bow. Mela had jumped up first, but then slid back into her seat like a cat. Now she extended her hand to him, over which the precious emerald let its pale green shine, and Wilhelm marked a fleeting one Nose kiss.

Marie Eugenie Delle Grazie: The Book of Love, 1916

Then, like the storm that had just hit the treetops again with a sultry, oppressive breath, my passion broke loose and poured over everything kissable was up to her in such unbridled wildness that she shrank back in horror and raised her hands to me with a helpless, pleading look.

Hans von Hammerstein-Equord: Forest, 1923

Workshop report 🔧

As always, the featured image comes from Pixabay. The Google Fonts used are BenchNine and PT Sans. Research, among other things, in the German dictionary by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm.

By the way ... The beautiful words are also available to take away, as a book - and now even twice


Yes, the beautiful words still exist. Terms with a special sound. Words that evoke longings and memories in us. The world from then, it is still there. But there is only a breath that wafts over to us with almost faded words. A wonderful harvest of blossoms in book form with the most beautiful words of the German language. Learn more