aw

interjection used to express mild disappointment, gentle entreaty, or real or mock sympathy or sentiment

human

cha-cha-cha

a fast rhythmic ballroom dance of Latin-American origin with a basic pattern of three steps and a shuffle. The name is derived from the rhythm of the guiro (scraper) and the shuffling of the dancers' feet

music

eh

interjection used to ask for confirmation or repetition or to express inquiry ; used especially in Canadian English in anticipation of the listener's or reader's agreement

human

Fnarr! Fnarr!

a ribald laugh to draw attention to a double entendre. From Viz magazine comic strip Finbarr Saunders (thanks, patz Gardiner)

laughing human

fwip fwip fwip

sound of a dog's wagging tail ( Wag! patrick McDonnell)

animal tail movement

pat

to strike lightly

light_hit

patter

to make a series of light striking sounds

light_hit

pitter-patter

the sound of rain, a repetitive pattering sound. More rain sounds

weather liquid water

splatter

to spatter (something), especially to soil with splashes of liquid

liquid water mud dirt

splosh

make a splashing sound, to make a certain noise or sound, to walk through mud or mire, to cause a liquid to spatter about. also: sploosh

animal movement liquid water

tsk

pronounced as an alveolar click; often in quick repetition, as an exclamation of contempt, disdain, impatience, etc.


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