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Kissing traditions

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Many societies have traditions which involve kissing. Kissing can indicate joy or be used as .... Some claim that the origin of the tradition of kissing under the mistletoe goes ... Yet she overlook...

Question 2 - Trivia Park

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Planting kisses under kissing plant. Fish kissing. At Christmas, it is traditional to exchange kisses beneath a sprig of which plant? A) Ivy · B) Yew · C) Holly

Christmas Quiz – Novice - What is WORD Bible Study?

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B) Prancer. C) Blitzen. D) Klaxon. 2. Planting kisses under kissing plant. At Christmas, it is traditional to exchange kisses beneath a sprig of which plant? A) Ivy.

Mistletoe its history, meaning and traditions - TheHolidaySpot

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Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that is commonly used as a Christmas decoration. ... Today, kisses can be exchanged under the mistletoe any time during the ...

Christmas Quiz - Primary Resources

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Christmas Quiz. At Christmas, it is traditional to exchange kisses beneath a sprig of which plant? Question 7. a. Ivy. b. Yew. c. Holly. d. Mistletoe. Christmas Quiz.

Christmas traditional plants & mistletoe meaning

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Dec 23, 2014 ... Kissing under it? You can thank the Norse goddess of love, Freya, for that. Grateful for her son's new life, all who kiss under it are guaranteed ...

Fun Christmas Quiz - GoToQuiz.com

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Under 18 Years Old. 18 to 24 Years Old. 25 to 30 ... At Christmas, it is traditional to exchange kisses beneath a sprig of which plant? Ivy. Mistletoe. Yew. Holly. 5.

The History of Wedding Traditions : Bride & Groom : BrideandGroom ...

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clasped hands and exchanged a kiss. ... the wedding custom of tying (or hitching; see section below) the bride and groom's hands (actually ..... of various plants/ flowers with their traditional or symbolic meanings related to marriage... building a ...

Mistletoe myths and medicines - University of Vermont

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But did you know that mistletoe, now considered a holiday plant, was used as a ... down their weapons, exchange greetings, and observe a truce until the following day! ... Druid tradition of laying down arms and exchanging greetings under the mistletoe. ... When the berries were gone, tradition called for the kissing to stop.

Celtic Mistletoe Origins

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In Victorian times, kissing under the Mistletoe was a Christmas ritual that ... known by the Celts and the Vikings as a healing plant upon which superstition and myth ... arms, exchange a friendly greeting, and keep a truce until the following day.

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At Christmas it is customary to exchange kisses beneath a sprig of ...

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Which plant do you exchange kisses under at Christmas? Mistletoe. ... Where and when did the tradition of exchanging Christmas gifts begin? Exchanging ...

Mistletoe - Christmas Plants - Symbolism - Travel France Online

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Dec 5, 2015 ... Mistletoe is one of the four plants traditionally adopted by Christians for ... in an older Norse tradition where Mistletoe was the Sacred Plant of Frigga the ... that a couple who would exchange a kiss under the mistletoe would be ...

Customs and Traditions - Anglais facile

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10 How do the British celebrate traditional and religious holidays? 11 What ... Both plants are traditionally regarded as the national emblems of Wales. ... are often hung above doorways - any couple passing underneath must exchange kisses!