N.B. Snog can also mean cute/sweet in the sense "aww... you're very sweet." So, you can use it when flirting.
Is this a possible origin of the English slang "snog" for a kiss?
I was wondering that
is it my ears, or does the letter G at the end of the word makes a C sound?
Gaelic b d g are voiceless, so they will tend to sound like p t k to speakers of other languages.
Your ears are fine. G at the end makes a "K" sound (a "C sound" is a bit ambiguous since C sounds like either K or S).
So the T isn't pronounced?
"Th" sounds like "H."
Depends. When there is an h after the t it usually isn't
It sounds like snog is not with a hard -g sound, but as though -ck? Is that just a dialect difference, or should I pronounce it as snock?
Nope, that’s how it’s pronounced. Good ear!
In Gaelic, the voiced consonants b, d, g are all “unvoiced” in final position (at the ends of words). => pronounced /p/, /t/, /k/.
Its a different language
Anna I know is huge and mean.
I was never told what that was am i supost to guess
What word are you referring to? You didn’t say.