I’m looking for it etymology, not for its connotation or phonoaesthetic properties, as the answer of the other question provides.
There is a Scots Gaelic word which is 'Snog' and means 'nice' This can be used to describe an attactive person.
You're like the Bey n Jay, or the Jess n Dom, of power couples. their cool, precise judgment and accurate appraisals of your (many... constant attention AND unquestioned freedom, food ('hangry' Taurus is bad news), correct room temperatures, specific fabric conditioners etc.
a firecracker personality, so it's all good for a spin out. way too serious, way too critical, way too realistic.😃 MARRY VIRGO...
I have no evidence for asserting this could be a possible root of the if someone was nice and pretty enough I'd want to snog them. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
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