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Signing letters with an ‘X’ dates back to the Middle Ages.

At this time, many couldn’t read or write, so this was an easy way for someone to sign something and, particularly in legal documents, assert that whatever was said in the document was true.

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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.

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.

He noted the lack of any other instance of “X” meaning kisses for around another century after this letter.

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The most popular theory here pre-supposes the reasonably likely X / Christ signing theory is correct.

The theory then goes that the “O” is of North American descent, with illiterate Jewish immigrants who couldn’t sign their own John Hancock arriving to the U. and refusing to sign with the X (Christ/Cross) and instead using a circle on documents for a signature.

An alternate, somewhat less likely theory that’s popped up very recently is that the X simply looks like someone puckering up for a kiss, or two people kissing… Whatever the case, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first usage of X’s to mean “kisses” came in a letter by a priest, Gilbert White in 1763: Madame, …

In the whole it is best that I have been the loser [of a friendly bet], as it would not be safe in all appearances to receive even so much as a pin from your Hands.

In any event, the X was thus used on documents in this way.

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