The Spanish word "besos" translates into English as "kisses." Beso is the singular derivation of the word, meaning kiss. Besos is derived from the Spanish word besar, which means to kiss.
"I kiss" translated into Spanish is "yo beso." "We kiss" in Spanish translates as "nosotros besamos." "They kiss" is translated into Spanish in one of two different ways. One alternative is "ustedes besaron," which more closely translates to "they both kiss" or "you both kiss." The second way to translate "they kiss" is "ellos besaron." Although ellos is a masculine word, it is applied to both a pair or males as well as to a male and female kissing.