pronunciation | ‘kat-a-“glot-iz-m
noun – kissing using the tongue, French kissing. Sometimes implies force. Derives from Greek cato (down) and glotta/glossa (tongue). ‘Cataglottism’ is a rarely used, and is one of those weird English words.
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