armed (men), rule, kiss, that touched

Boyd’s Bible Dictionary:

Form of salutation
(Gen. 29:13); token of allegiance (1 Sam. 10:1); pledge of Christian brotherhood (Rom. 16:16; 1 Peter 5:14).

Concise Bible Dictionary:

This common mode of salutation among relatives is sanctified by its adoption in the church. Five of the Epistles close with the exhortation to greet one another with a holy kiss, or kiss of love (Rom. 16:16; 1 Cor. 16:20; 2 Cor. 13:12; 1 Thess. 5:26; 1 Peter 5:14). When Paul said farewell to the elders of Ephesus, they wept sore, and fell on his neck and kissed him. Permission to kiss the hand of a superior is a mark of honor. The heathen kissed their gods (1 Kings 19:18; Hos. 13:2). In the case of distant objects of worship, like the sun and moon, they kissed the hand (Job 31:26-27), hence the most usual word for worship in the New Testament is προσκυνέω, from κυνέω, to kiss. Kings and judges of the earth are exhorted to kiss the Son when He comes to reign, lest He be angry, and they perish (Psalm 2:12).

Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew Words:

a primitive root (identical with 5400, through the idea of fastening up; compare 2388, 2836); to kiss, literally or figuratively (touch); also (as a mode of attachment), to equip with weapons
KJV Usage:
armed (men), rule, kiss, that touched