Written Sound
Onomatopoeia Dictionary
Words that sound like the thing they mean: Imitative words. From the Greek "onoma" (name) and "poiein" (to make)

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dog barking (Doggies by Sandra Boynton) More dog vocalizations


verb for dog vocalization. Find more dog vocalizations



throat-disease with a sharp, barking cough. imitative origin

human disease


1. gibberish is rapid, inarticulate, often foolish sounding speech, 2. according to this wikipedia entry, it is also a verb for the sound made by apes/monkeys (as in "dogs bark, monkeys gibber")

human animal


1. to make a low inarticulate murmuring sound, sometimes making a melody "to hum a tune", 2. a verb for the sound that bees and hummingbirds make (eg. "the dog barks, the bee hums"), also: buzz

animal music


sound of an "implosion bomb". In a classic Uncle Scrooge tale by Carl barks, Gyro Gearloose invented an "implosion bomb" that sucked up material and compacted it into a neat pile. Intended for litter collection, the Written Sound Effect was "MOOB", explicitly stated to be "BOOM" backwards. TvTropes

misc explosion weapons


Fox vocalization. It sounds like a quick series of very high pitched barks. Popular Science


dog barking. from this book:
Doggies, by Sandra Boynton
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dog barking. (Doggies by Sandra Boynton) More dog vocalizations

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