It's a noun coined by Andrew Delfin from the Greek prefix auto which means self and from the Greek word filí which means kiss. The adjective of the word is autofiliac. It can be used in a sentence as this “Jason does an autofili on his right tattooed-shoulder before he shoots the basketball.”
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