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See also: یاس‎, يأس‎, ياس‎, تاش‎, یاش‎, ياش‎, باش‎, تاس‎, ئاش, and ئاس

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EtymologyEdit

Likely from Persian بوسیدن(busidan), though this is an onomatopoeia common in many languages, where the initial labial represents the protruding lips and the sibilant represents the smacking sound. Compare English buss, regional German Bützchen, Busserl, Latin basium, etc.

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بَاسَ (bāsa) I, non-past يَبُوسُ‎‎ (yabūsu)

  1. (informal) to kiss

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باس (bas)

  1. second-person imperative of باسماق(basmaq)