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15.
Another word for one person hugging another affectionately.
Usually a term used in chatrooms.
i've had a shit day....Aww hope you feel better *huggles*
by The Tall Midget May 29, 2007
 
1.
a hug from a person who stand behind another person and wraps his/her arms around the person in front.
I need a huggle. Arms are wrapped around me from the person behind creating an intimate moment between two lovers.
by ss-candy March 02, 2010
 
2.
1. When all you want to do is hold a close friend or lover so tight, but you end up cuddling in each others arms without even noticing. Than seconds just turn to minutes and minutes to hours and your still deep in each others arms without a care for the world. Usually ending in an unforgettable kiss.

2. Better than a hug, more amazing than cuddling.
Panda gave penguin a big hug and which turned into cuddling (huggle) as she sat down with him they talked and talked never letting go of each other, and right before they had to head back they kissed.

One amazing huggle moment.
Two kisses.
Not nearly enough time with her<3
by PenguinLovesPanda December 05, 2009
 
3.
Its both a hug and cuddle combinded into one move.
Can I get some huggles?
I was with may girlfriend last night and I gave her lots of huggles.
by Smythe February 27, 2003
 
4.
- This is the best type of hug in the whole wide world. Warm, affectionate, and loving, so completely different to just a hug.
- I have only experienced this type of hugging with one person in my whole life... the best feeling ever. When you have been huggled it will stay with you for ever.
by honey bearess August 27, 2005
 
5.
verb. A hug with a bit of snuggle thrown in for good measure.
Steve huggled the sweet girl.
by Steve February 06, 2004
 
6.
Huggles: A huggle is when you hug and you snuggle all in one.
Example: Lets huggle under the stars
1)Lets huggle together under the stars
2)Baby I know you dont feel good tonight so lets huggle.
3)LETS HUGGLE!
by Urban Dictionary March 09, 2005
 
7.
A cross between a hug and a snuggle. This being something that is only done online. It would be quite difficult to do IRL. Primarily used to offer condolenses or display friendship toward someone. Often used after a sentence to show emotion.
I'm sorry about your loss. *huggles*
Thank you for dinner last night. *huggles*
by Jason Pf July 30, 2003