Kiss In Spanish
The word in Spanish for “kiss” is beso (beh-soh). The verb for “to kiss” is besar (beh-sahr). In most cases it’s sexier to just go for a kiss rather than talking about it or, worse yet, asking for a kiss. Don’t say phrases like “can I kiss you?” I suppose if you’re a girl it can seem kind of endearing but for a guy to say that just comes across as weak unless you’re joking or being sarcastic. If you’re going to bring up kissing it’s better to tell them to kiss you instead of asking for it.
Here’s how to say “kiss me” in Spanish:
Here’s how to say “give me a kiss” in Spanish:
Give me a kiss.
Dame un beso.
dah-meh oon beh-soh.
If you want to say “little kiss” instead of using the literal translation beso pequeño it’s better to say besito. The same applies for “big kiss.” It’s better to say besote than beso grande. So in a phrase these would look like this:
Give me a little kiss.
Dame un besito.
dah-meh oon beh-see-toh.
There’s some circumstances where saying things like “I want to kiss you” can be ok, like if you’re in a situation with them where you can’t kiss them at that moment. Here’s how to say “I want to kiss you” in Spanish:
I want to kiss you.
Even though adiós means “goodbye,” the translation of “goodbye kiss” is said differently:
goodbye kiss (or goodnight kiss)
beso de despedida
beh-soh deh dehs-peh-dee-dah.
For “French kiss” it’s common to say “kiss with tongue” or “kiss of tongue” along with the literal tranlation.
beso con lengua (or) beso de lengua (or) beso francés
beh-soh kohn lehn-gwah (or) beh-soh deh lehn-gwah (or) beh-soh frahn-sehs
For the verb “to French kiss” just change the noun beso to the verb besar:
to French kiss
besar con lengua
beh-sahr kohn lehn-gwah