There is controversy as to which letter ('O' or 'X') represents which action ('hug' ...
as equis, does sound like a native Spanish speaker saying "a kiss" in English...
Feb 11, 2015 ... ... knows “XOXO” stands for hugs and kiss, but how did the letter “X” become the
symbol to represent a kiss? ... But where did this come from?
Jun 5, 2013 ... Specifically, the X represented a Christian cross/Christ at this time, so by ... Is it
simply because one does not want to presumptuously go for a kiss when .... What
Those Nasty White Chunks That Sometimes Come From Your ...
Dec 17, 2012 ... One possible explanation is that an “X” is a stylized representation of two mouths
kissing, while the “O” represents two pairs of arms coming ...
Jun 21, 2008 ... The use of the "X" sign to represent a kiss has an intriguing history. This tradition
started with the medieval practice of allowing those who could ...
Feb 11, 2015 ... It's become so familiar that we barely think about it, but how did the 'X' ... says the
X can be "used to represent a kiss, esp. in the subscription to ...
Hugs and kisses O=Hug X=Kiss If you look at each letter like it was representing
two people from a bird's eye view, the "O" represents the arms of ...
www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=X's and O's
They would kiss the "X" as a crucifix or bible was kissed to emphasize the ... a
kiss. O is an American thing and represents the arms wrapping around someone.
Traditionally, the X stands for a kiss and the O for a hug. "One theory ... "How did
X's and O's come to represent hugs and kisses? The common ...
Aug 30, 2007 ... Wikpedia states that the letter 'x' has been used at the end of letters since ... the
Greek alphabet and has been used in church history to represent Christ. ... My
Girlfriend Does It, Now They Leave The Kiss Off And Put The X On.