How do you say kiss in Italian?

Describing kissing in Italian:

Italian is known as a language of love. If you plan on finding out why, one good word to add to your vocab is un bacio [oon BAH-choh], or a kiss, as well as the plural kisses: baci [BAH-chee].

Dammi un bacio.
[DAH-mee oon BAH-choh]
Give me a kiss.

Baciami.
[BAH-chah-mee]
Kiss me.

Ti voglio barciare.
[tee VOH-yoh bah-CHA-reh]
I want to kiss you.

Baci e abbracci
[BAH-chee eh ah-BRAH-chee]
Hugs and kisses (lit. kisses and hugs, like at the end of a letter)

See related:
How do you say I love you in Italian?

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