Head rubbing is indeed a way of greeting. It's probably the most common gesture along with social licking and has been been compared with grooming in primates. It is also a way of reaffirming bonds between pride members.
Nuzzling of the head, face and neck against another lion is often seen after an animal has been apart from others, or been involved in some fighting or confrontation. Males tend to rub other males, while cubs and females rub females.
Their tails will generally be looped in the air and they will often moan as they make contact which is all part of the reassurance.
Social licking often takes place with head rubbing. It is generally mutual and the recipient appears to enjoy the contact. The head and neck are the most common parts of the body licked, which is probably because lions cannot reach these places themselves.
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