Definition of Onomatopoetic. Meaning of Onomatopoetic. Synonyms of Onomatopoetic

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Definition of Onomatopoetic

Onomatopoetic
Onomatopoetic On`o*mat`o*po*et"ic, a. Of or pertaining to onomatop[oe]ia; characterized by onomatop[oe]ia; imitative; as, an onomatopoetic writer or word. --Earle.

Meaning of Onomatopoetic from wikipedia

- Thus, words that imitate sounds can be said to be onomatopoeic or onomatopoetic. In the case of a frog croaking, the spelling may vary because different...
- Quarter note "****" guitar rhythm, named onomatopoetically for its sound. Play (help·info)...
- Aboriginal Australian linguistic origin and is considered to be an onomatopoetic word. The earliest occurrences of the word in print include a 1908 edition...
- inflammatory language A collective noun for a group of jellyfish An onomatopoetic word for a kiss Honey Smacks, a breakfast cereal sometimes marketed...
- Arabic male name that means "perfect". In Hungary, he is called Breki (onomatopoetic). Jim Henson originated the character in 1955 on his local television...
- locomotives Western Antarctic Peninsula, a region of the Antarctic Peninsula Onomatopoetic sound effect sometimes used for striking, or else in reference to intercourse...
- from attested Indo-Aryan words either. Belonging to this category are onomatopoetic words or ones borrowed from local non-Indo-Aryan languages. Videshī...
- combined with the frequent use of the term "kek" as a po****r Korean onomatopoetic stand-in for the internet slang "lol", which was often paired with images...
- from Ancient Gr**** βορβορυγμός (borborygmós). The Gr****s probably onomatopoetically coined the word. Other causes of stomach rumbles: Incomplete digestion...
- tobacco, cloves, and other flavors. The word "kretek" itself is an onomatopoetic term for the crackling sound of burning cloves. Partly due to favorable...