Jumaa hugs the little girl and lets her go, then turns to me.
Later, a burly older man comes in, and Harlo squeals and hugs him.
The other Digital Short featured the return of Lonely Island, who did one of their old-school hip-hop songs about hugs.
When the entire American figure skating team did it, there were hugs and kisses all around.
Greeted with hugs and adorned with Hawaiian leis, some attendees (branded “citizens”) opted for massages from “Wake Up Angels.”
He hugs it to his bosom and cries, "Evil, be thou my good; sin, be thou my refuge!"
Nights, she says this name over and over, and then she hugs and kisses me.
He embraces him and hugs him in his arms, and lifts him above ground, as wrestlers do, to throw him down again and fall upon him.
Every one hugs his bag, and is waiting to see what the event may be.
Mark again Duryodhan's widow, how she hugs his gory head, How with gentle hands and tender softly holds him on his bed!
1560s, hugge "to embrace," of unknown origin; perhaps from Old Norse hugga "to comfort," from hugr "courage, mood," from Proto-Germanic *hugjan, related to Old English hycgan "to think, consider," Gothic hugs "mind, soul, thought." Other have noted the similarity in some senses to German hegen "to foster, cherish," originally "to enclose with a hedge." Related: Hugged; hugging. The noun was originally (1610s) a hold in wrestling. Meaning "affectionate embrace" is from 1650s.