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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissing_traditions

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 back to ... Historically, mistletoe was seen as a supernatural, healing plant. ... It is a Western custom for a newly married couple to exchange a kiss at the ...

www.answers.com/Q/At_Christmas_it_is_traditional_to_exchange_kisses_beneath_which_plant

Which traditional Christmas plants are not poisonous? After the Christmas tree, ... Which plant do you exchange kisses under at Christmas? Mistletoe. 3 people ...

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At Christmas it is traditional to exchange kisses beneath which plant? ... inches of the floor, most people find it's easier and more fun to kiss under the mistletoe.

discovermagazine.com/2011/jan-feb/20-things-you-didnt-know-about-kissing

Mar 19, 2011 ... Our unique human lips, the conquests that carried kissing, and how kissing ... Over time, a brush of the lips may have become a traditional accompaniment. ... 18 The exchange of saliva could provide a reproductive advantage for males. ... Get lost exploring a revised visualization of the evolutionary tree: ...

www.blackhillscelticevents.org/Events/CelticMistle.htm

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.

www.anglaisfacile.com/free/civi/Education.php

Although it is now a firmly established tradition, the Christmas tree was first ... hung above doorways - any couple passing underneath must exchange kisses!

metro.co.uk/2016/12/22/why-do-people-kiss-under-the-mistletoe-at-christmas-6338137

Dec 22, 2016 ... ... under mistletoe in a forest would lay down their weapons, exchange a friendly ... This tale inspired the ancient tradition where visitors would kiss the hand of ... Mistletoe is a parasitic plant, so depends on another for survival ...

www.theguardian.com/science/grrlscientist/2013/dec/24/grrlscientist-mistletoe-kissing-myths

Dec 24, 2013 ... Because it remains green year round, this parasitic plant has long been associated ... So why do we have a tradition of kissing under mistletoe?

wonderopolis.org/wonder/why-do-people-kiss-under-mistletoe

According to custom, if a woman is caught standing under the mistletoe, a man may ... Overjoyed, Frigg blessed the mistletoe plant and promised a kiss to all who ... mistletoe; annual; tradition; pucker; sprig; centuries; fertility; Norse; variations ...

www.primaryresources.co.uk/other/powerpoint/Christmas_Quiz.ppt

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.