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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Onomatopoeia



Yep, big word for the day and means a word that sounds like itself. (Basically.) Examples include, bang, pow, tick, oink, meow, clack and lots more.



Here's the link to Dictionary.com so you can hear it pronounced and find out what it means.

And here's a link to Wikipedia with some cool info about onomatpoeia.

7 comments:

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Laura Marcella said...

Hello, Jean! I love the word onomatopoeia! I always try to use it while playing scrabble if I have a lot of vowels, but so far I've had no luck, LoL.

Happy A to Z-ing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

JoJo said...

I haven't heard of or thought of that word since high school English. :)

Sarah Chafin said...

Wow. What a word. Simply Sarah

Connie Gruning said...

Excellent Post!! I love learning new words!!
Connie
A to Z-ing to the end
Peanut Butter and Whine

mplanck said...

Lovely post; reminds me of my first desk as a teen. That made me feel so awesome and newly inspired to write stories and poems (which were pretty bad unfortunately).

Karen said...

....and easy to learn how to spell. Just sing it to the tune of 'Old MacDonald.' :-)