1. in sexual contexts.
(a) [16C–mid-19C] to have sexual intercourse [note Fr. baiser, lit. to kiss, in sl. to have sexual intercourse].
(b) [19C–1960s] (also kiss it) to fellate or perform cunnilingus.
2. [1910s+] (US) to hit or strike hard.
3. [1970s+] (US teen) to reject, to do without etc. [abbr. kiss off v./SE kiss goodbye].
4. [1990s+] to approach, to draw near, e.g. of a birthday or date.
[1970s+] to give up completely, to abandon all hope.
1. [1900s] (US) to give up hope, to surrender.
2. [1980s+] to commit suicide.
see separate entry .
see suck someone’s dick under dick n.1
[19C+] to fawn, to act the sycophant, to toady.
see kiss someone’s arse v.
[mid-19C–1950s] (orig. US) to take a drink.
[1990s+] (US Und.) to face a certain term of imprisonment.
[mid-16C–18C] to be confined in either of these prisons.
[1920s+] (Aus.) to be knocked out.
[1930s–50s] (US Und.) of a pickpocket, to steal from a person while face-to-face.
[20C+] (orig. US) to die.
[late 17C–18C] to be executed on a primitive form of the guillotine.
[late 18C–early 19C] to be lucky in the choosing of or betting on horses.
[1940s+] to fellate.
see go fuck a duck! under fuck v.
[1940s+] (orig. US) a general excl. of derision or dismissal.
[1940s+] (W.I. Rasta) a common excl. of surprise.
see separate entry.
[mid-19C; 1940s+] (US/Aus.) a general statement of contempt or dismissal; thus phr. not so much as a kiss-me-foot, without even the most minimal attention or interest.
[late 16C–late 19C] a general statement of contempt or dismissal.
[1980s+] (US teen) an all-purpose excl. of rejection.
SE in slang uses
[mid–late 19C] (orig. boxing ) the mouth.
see passion wagon under passion n.
[20C+] to reject, to do without, ‘say goodbye’ to.
[1960s] to smoke marijuana.
[1920s+] (orig. W.I. Rasta) to make a hissing noise of disapproval, dislike, vexation or disappointment; also as n.
see smack (the) calfskin under smack v.
[1990s+] (US campus) goodbye.