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Nov 10, 2010 Posted in examples of onomatopoeias by admin

Hello Students and Inquiring Minds!

Welcome,

 

Be the Super Hero you want to be, when you know the right answer.

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:

1-Look  below your  Menu on the right entitled: Heroes Look Here

2-Enter any onomatopoeia word in the Yellow search box, next to the word GO

3-Enjoy !

 

 

 

How To Say It: Enter your Onomatopoeia word here:
How To Say It: Enter your Onomatopoeia word here:

 

…………(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