BESITOS

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What Does BESITOS Mean?

BESITOS means "Little Kisses" (Spanish).

BESITOS is a diminutive of the Spanish word "Besos," meaning kisses. It is often used at the end of a message in much the same way that English-speaking people might sign off a message with "x" (or multiples thereof) to indicate kisses.

As with "x" in English, the use of BESITOS is typically restricted to messages between girls, people of the opposite sex or family members. (It would not be appropriate to sign off a message to your boss or bank manager with BESITOS!) However, BESITOS is used much more widely than might be expected by English-speaking people, who might normally save their kisses for close friends and family members.

Summary of Key Points

"Little Kisses" is the most common definition for BESITOS on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Here is some more information about BESITOS:
BESITOS
Definition:Little Kisses (Spanish)
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
Guessability:
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

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When I write BESITOS, I mean this:

meaning of BESITOS
BESITOS is a diminutive of the Spanish Word "Besos."

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Examples of BESITOS in Sentences

Here are examples of BESITOS being used in conversations:
  • Rob: I'll go straight from work. See you there at 6.00 pm.
  • Clara: OK. Don't be late! BESITOS.
  • Cristina: Hi mom, I will be home a little late as I have to do a study group.
  • Mom: OK sweetie. See you later. BESITOS.

An Academic Look at BESITOS

BESITOS is a Spanish word. It is a diminutive of the word "Besos," which has been modified to convey a sense of intimacy or endearment. Diminutives are suffixes that indicate small size, youth, affection or even contempt.

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have just said or written something like "Besos" or "x" instead of using BESITOS.

Example of BESITOS Used in a Text

BESITOS

See Also

B4N (bye for now) BAI (bye) BFN (bye for now) CHAO (goodbye (from ciao)) CHEERIO (goodbye) CHOW (goodbye (from ciao) ) Using the accented letters