smack

noun

Dialects

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Emoji One's kiss mark emoji Apple's kiss mark emoji Twemoji's kiss mark emoji Facebook's kiss mark emoji Messenger's kiss mark emoji Google's kiss mark emoji

Origin

Old English smæc ‘flavour, smell’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch smaak and German Geschmack.

Mid 16th century (in the sense ‘part (one's lips) noisily’): from Middle Dutch smacken, of imitative origin; compare with German schmatzen ‘eat or kiss noisily’.

Pronunciation

  • smack /smak/