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Specifically, the X represented a Christian cross/Christ at this time, so by signing X, you’re essentially saying “In Christ’s name, it’s true / I assert.” “X” first started being used as a substitute for “Christ” by religious scholars about a millennia ago, which is actually how we ultimately got Xmas as an alternative name for Christmas.The X here is not actually the English X, but rather the Greek letter “Chi”, short for the Greek for Christ, .(I know, you’re shocked.) Is it simply because one does not want to presumptuously go for a kiss when you haven’t even hugged yet? 😉 One alternate theory that has gained a little traction over the years, is that the above theories on the “X” and “O’s” are all wrong and it is the X that means hugs, mimicking two people embracing, and the O that appears to be a mouth puckered for a kiss, hence why it’s “hugs and kisses”.Given that we know from documented references that X’s first meant kisses before XOXO came about or “O’s” meant “hugs”, we can safely ignore this latter theory.Thus, once it became common to have a single letter to mark “kisses”, there was a need for a similar letter for another form of physical affection, hugging, and the game of tic-tac-toe perhaps provided the inspiration… or maybe it really was the Jewish signing method that provided the XOXO inspiration. Now I know what you’re thinking, if the “X” means “kisses” and the “O” means “hugs”, why do we say “hugs and kisses” when someone writes XOXO and not “kisses and hugs”?

And perhaps, in either case, the “O” sort of looking like hugging contributing to the choice, or perhaps not! That one’s also largely still up for debate as well.Use the incorrect symbol, and one could get the wrong idea!😉 We can’t be 100% sure why or how XOXO ultimately came to mean “hugs and kisses”, but we do at least have a reasonably good theory to work with on the “X” part."I've been a Scientologist for over 30 years, and it's something, you know, without it, I wouldn't be where I am.So it's a beautiful religion, and I'm very proud.” "I've chosen not to speak publicly about Scientology," Nicole Kidman shared in an interview with 'The Hollywood Reporter' published in 2013.I am with many a xxxxxxx and many a Pater noster (Our Father) and Ave Maria (Hail Mary), Gil. However, while we can’t say for sure, it seems just as likely that he actually meant “blessings” not “kisses”, as pointed out by Stephen Goranson of Duke University.