We wait for the two to just Eskimo kiss in the corner underneath the mistletoe already.
The mistletoe must have been hanging right across the aisle on Capital Hill.
Possible song titles included “Heart of Coal,” “Alone Under the mistletoe,” and “Two Jews and a Christmas Tree.”
Eventually, the mistletoe bush grows, blooms, and forms berries, and the cycle begins anew.
“mistletoe infections can be a symptom of larger problems,” notes Shaw.
The internes went about in fresh white ducks with sprays of mistletoe in their buttonholes, doing few dressings.
Their Christmas-tree will be the royal palm; and nipa boughs their mistletoe.
Bunches of mistletoe and holly added their colors to the holiday cheer.
Mother: "Well, dear, has Jack kissed you under the mistletoe?"
Covered with shining tufts of mistletoe, the branches of the neglected fruit-trees gave no sign of fruit.
Old English mistiltan, from mistel "mistletoe" (see missel) + tan "twig." Cf. Old Norse mistilteinn, Norwegian misteltein, Danish mistelten. The second element is cognate with Old Saxon and Old Frisian ten, Old Norse teinn, Dutch teen, Old High German zein, Gothic tains "twig." Venerated by the Druids; the custom of hanging it at Christmas and kissing under it is mentioned by Washington Irving.