(in certain Christian churches) a ceremonial greeting or embrace given as a token of Christian love and unity.
a ceremonial kiss formerly given, especially at a baptism or Eucharistic service, as a token of Christian love and unity.
/ˌkɪsˈpɛptɪn/ noun 1. a protein molecule that is responsible for triggering the onset of puberty in humans
- Kiss principle
/kis’ prin’si-pl/ Keep It Simple, Stupid. A maxim often invoked when discussing design to fend off creeping featurism and control complexity of development. Possibly related to the marketroid maxim on sales presentations, “Keep It Short and Simple”. See also Occam’s Razor. [Jargon File] (1994-11-18)
- Kiss someone out
verb phrase To deny someone their share: When a member of a mob is deprived of his share he is ”kissed out” (1920s+ Underworld)
- Kiss something goodbye
verb phrase To take leave of something, often unwillingly; bid farewell: I figure, this is it, say your prayers and kiss your butt goodbye (1930s+)