philema-, philem-, philemato-, philemat-

(Greek: kiss, a kiss; kissing)

kiss, kissing
1. To touch with the lips as a sign of love, greeting, or respect.
2. To touch gently: "There was a soft wind kissing the treetops."
paraphilema
A kiss on a part of the body other than the lips of the mouth, the cheeks, or the hand.
paraphilemia
1. Love play.
2. Sexual practices that are generally considered by some to be socially prohibited or undesirable.
3. Kissing of parts of the body other than the lips of the mouth.
philema
A kiss.
philemacentric
The focusing of erotic desires on kissing.
philemalagnia
Sexual excitement derived from or as a result of kissing.
philemamania
Having a excessive desire, craving, or fondness for kissing.
philemanmania
Having an abnormal compulsion to kiss.
philemaphobe
A person who has an intense fear or dread of kissing; in some cases, because of the fear of germs or the prospects of bad breath.
philemaphobia, philematophobia
An intense fear of kissing; in some cases, because of germs or the unpleasant prospect of bad breath.
philematology
1. A strong fondness for kissing or the art of kissing.
2. The art or science of kissing.
philematophile
Someone who is excessively fond of kissing.
philematophobe
A woman who is fearful of kissing or who hates or dislikes kissing.
philematophobia
An abnormal fear, or hatred, of kissing.
philemerotic
Someone who is easily sexually excited by kissing.

More "kissing" words: oscula-.