aaugh

Exclaimation of dismay, commonly used, and originaly created by the Peanuts gang by Charles Schulz. Used frequently by Charlie Brown in the following situations: Losing a Baseball game, Having the football pulled away by Lucy, In an embarrassing situation. Also used by other members of the peanuts gang and can be used as a roaring sound to scare someone. 1) Linus: I told her about how you're madly in love with her, Charlie Brown: Aaugh!! 2) Snoopy: It's not the things that go 'bump' in the night that scare me. It's the things that go 'AAUGH!'. Urban dictionary

dismay pain embarrassment comics

bawl

to cry out loudly and unrestrainedly. From baulare (Medieval Latin) or baula (old Norse), imitative origin.

human animal

BWEEP bip bip BWEEP

U.S. city police siren in traffic (ref)

police tone alarm siren city car automotive

clack

1. chatter, prattle 2. to make an abrupt striking sound or series of sounds, such as footsteps 3. cry of a bird , especially fowl. see also: cackle, cluck 4. Sound of a late 19th century gun being closed after loading, according to a reply to a yahoo!Answers post about the sound of old guns

animal bird weapon metal

har har!

laughter. sarcastic, as if sarcastically saying "very funny." or old fashioned hick laugh

laughter

hoo hoo hoo hoo

1. monkey vocalization, also: ook, hoo hoo hoo hoo, oo oo oo, 2. the sound of wind, 3. the sound of a ghost (2 and 3: in the poem "The congo" by Vachel Lindsay "...Like the wind. Hoo, Hoo, Hoo. Listen to the yell of Leopold's ghost..."

animal weather

hyuk hyuk

laughter. more old fashioned and more hick than yuk, yuk

laughter

kekekeke

laughter. more old fashioned and more hick than yuk, yuk

laughter

kite

old english name for bird of prey, usually a small hawk - probably imitative of its shrill plaintive cry

animal bird

NEE-eu NEE-eu

French police siren (ref)

police traffic siren tone alarm car automotive

nnneeaoowww

sound of a propeller plane flying overhead (ref)

plane movement engine

penk

sound of an aluminum bat hitting a baseball (ref)

bat sports hit ball

Plip - plip - ploop - plip - plip - plip - plip - ploop

sound of light summer rain hitting the roof (ref). More rain sounds

liquid water rain weather house

poomb

Sound of an old pistol firing, according to a post on Yahoo!Answers

weapon metal explosion

rizzz

sound of an electric drill (ref)

drill engine movement mechanism buzz

schwump schwump schwump schwump

sound of windshield wipers of a car during heavy rain (ref). More rain sounds. More car sounds

rain weather automotive liquid water

shuffle, shuffle, shuffle

footsteps of someone who does not fully lift feet off the ground while walking (old / injured)

walking human

shush

command to be quiet, often paired with holding the index finger vertically against the lips

gas

skrrreeek

sound of nails on a blackboard (ref)

nails human school scratch crack

squiggle

A short, irregular curve or twist, as in writing or drawing. Possibly a blend of squirm and wriggle

squirm

To twist one's body with snakelike motions from shame or embarrassment, or to evade a question. Possibly imitative

human movement

ssinda, sssssinda

sound of an old dial telephone. Dialing 1 is "ssinda." Dialing 9 is "sssssinda." (ref ). More telephone sounds

movement telephone mechanism

tk.tk.tk.tk.tk.tk

sound of a dog's claws as he/she walks on a wooden floor (ref)

animal movement claw hit

vreeeeeeeeeeeeeeew

Sound of a whistle of an old steam locomotive. This is a high-pitched one. A lower-pitched one might do "vroo-vroo"

air engine movement

vroo-vroo

Sound of a whistle of an old steam locomotive. This would be a low-pitched one. A high-pitched one would be more like "vreeeeeeeeeeeeeeew"

gas movement engine

waaank

sound of a train horn (ref)

horn tone alarm train

yakyakyakyak

sound of a cat eating wet food (ref). More cat sounds

cat animal eatdrink food vocalization

yikes

interjection expressing shock and alarm, often for humorous effect: "Yikes! It is cold!"

yuk yuk

laughter. similar in flavor to "har har", but more old fashioned and more hick

human laughter

zchunk

sound of a defibrillator (ref)

medical human electronic hit electric shock therapy heart attack

ZOOOSH ZOOOSH ZOOOOOOOSH DING DING DING

diesel train. from this book:
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locomotive antique old engine


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