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Nov 10, 2010 Posted in examples of onomatopoeias by admin

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You might be wondering…

Question: What does onomatopoeia mean?

Answer:  Onomatopoeia is a word that looks like the sound it describes.

Webster Dictionary describes onomatopoeia as:

1: the naming of a thing or action by a vocal imitation of the sound associated with it

(buzz, hiss)

or

(Krunch…Pop…)

The word onomatopoeia is a noun and is very easy to pronounce: (on-o-mato-poe-ia )

To here how it is pronounced: 

Look at the tabs above and click on How To Say It.

 

…………(Kaboom…Splash…)

For more examples to learn and enjoy

Click Here:

100 word Examples of Onomatopoeia

…………(Bow Wow…Quack…)

Also check out:

…………(Oink…Snap…)

Click Here:

Examples Of Onomatopoeia Poetry

…………(Zoom…Bang…)

And:

…………(Tweet…Meow…)

Click Here:

Onomatopoeia Poetry About Peace And Happiness

 

 

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