Smouch
Smouch \Smouch\, v. t. [See {Smutch}.] To smutch; to soil; as, to smouch the face. [1913 Webster]

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  • Smouch — Smouch, v. t. [Akin to smack.] To kiss closely. [Obs.] P. Stubbes. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Smouch — Smouch, n. A dark soil or stain; a smutch. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • smouch — I. ˈsmüch, ˈsmau̇ch noun ( es) Etymology: imitative dialect : a slobbery smacking kiss II. verb ( ed/ ing/ es) chiefly dialect : to kiss especially loudly or …   Useful english dictionary

  • smouch — /smutʃ/ (say smoohch) verb, noun → smooch …   Australian English dictionary

  • Schmauch — 〈m. 1; unz.; veraltet〉 dicker Rauch, Qualm [<mhd. smouch, mnddt. smok, engl. smoke; zu idg. *smeug(h) , *smeukh „rauchen, Rauch“] * * * Schmauch, der; [e]s [mhd. smouch, zu einem Verb mit der Bed. »rauchen« (vgl. engl. to smoke, ↑ Smoking)]… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • rick\ roll — 1. (Rick Roll) (2247↑, 305↓) When what you think is a link to something you want to see actually directs you to a video of Rick Astley singing Never Gonna Give You Up. This is common in the [WoW] community. Awww! Rick rolled again, thought this… …   Urban English dictionary

  • смуглый — смугл, смугла, смугло, укр. смуглий. Считается родственным лит. smaugti, smaugiu давить, душить , англос. smeосаn дымить , ср. в. н. smouch дым , англос. smoca м. дым , англ. to smoke дымить, курить , греч. σμύ̄χω, аор. страд. ἐσμύγην варю; жарю… …   Этимологический словарь русского языка Макса Фасмера

  • smoke — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English smoca; akin to Old English smēocan to emit smoke, Middle High German smouch smoke, and probably to Greek smychein to smolder Date: before 12th century 1. a. the gaseous products of burning… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • smooch — I. intransitive verb Etymology: alteration of smouch to kiss loudly Date: 1577 kiss, pet II. noun Date: 1578 kiss III. transitive verb Etymology: probably alteration of smutch …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Frisian languages — Infobox Language name=Frisian nativename= Frysk / Fräisk / Frasch / Fresk / Freesk / Friisk caption=Bilingual sign in Frisian in Husum states=NED GER region= flag|Friesland|Fryslân (Friesland) flag|Groningen flag|Lower Saxony flag|Schleswig… …   Wikipedia

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