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on·o·mat·o·poe·ia

 (ŏn′ə-măt′ə-pē′ə, -mä′tə-)
n.
The formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to.

[Late Latin, from Greek onomatopoiiā, from onomatopoios, coiner of names : onoma, onomat-, name; see nō̆-men- in Indo-European roots + poiein, to make; see kwei- in Indo-European roots.]

on′o·mat′o·poe′ic, on′o·mat′o·po·et′ic (-pō-ĕt′ĭk) adj.
on′o·mat′o·poe′i·cal·ly, on′o·mat′o·po·et′i·cal·ly adv.
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onomatopoeia

(ˌɒnəˌmætəˈpiːə)
n
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) the formation of words whose sound is imitative of the sound of the noise or action designated, such as hiss, buzz, and bang
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) the use of such words for poetic or rhetorical effect. Also called (less common): onomatopoesis or onomatopoiesis
[C16: via Late Latin from Greek onoma name + poiein to make]
ˌonoˌmatoˈpoeic, onomatopoetic adj
ˌonoˌmatoˈpoeically, ˌonoˌmatopoˈetically adv
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on•o•mat•o•poe•ia

(ˌɒn əˌmæt əˈpi ə, -ˌmɑ tə-)

n.
1. the formation of a word, as cuckoo or boom, by imitation of a sound made by or associated with its referent.
2. the use of such imitative words.
[1570–80; < Late Latin < Greek onomatopoiía making of words]
on`o•mat`o•poe′ic, on`o•mat`o•po•et′ic (-poʊˈɛt ɪk) adj.
on`o•mat`o•poe′i•cal•ly, on`o•mat`o•po•et′i•cal•ly, adv.
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onomatopoeia

the state or condition of a word formed to imitate the sound of its intended meaning, as rustle. — onomatopoeic, onomatopoetic, onoma-topoietic, onomatopoeial, adj.
See also: Sound
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onomatopoeia

1. The use or formation of words whose sound is intended to imitate the action or sound they mean, such as bang” or ”splash.”
2. Use of words which sound like the thing described.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.onomatopoeia - using words that imitate the sound they denote
rhetorical device - a use of language that creates a literary effect (but often without regard for literal significance)
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onomatopoeia

noun
The formation of words in imitation of sounds:
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Translations
lydordonomatopoietikon
klanknabootsingonomatopee
onomatopeja
onomatopéia
onomatopee
onomatopoesi

onomatopoeia

[ˌɒnəʊmætəʊˈpiːə] Nonomatopeya f
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onomatopoeia

[ˌɒnəmætəˈpiːə] nonomatopée f
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onomatopoeia

nLautmalerei f, → Onomatopöie f (spec)
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onomatopoeia

[ˌɒnəʊmætəʊˈpiːə] nonomatopea
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References in periodicals archive ?
Rosa deriva da onomatopeia mom, equivalente a "mugir"
In other Rimas Becquer makes use of the poet's customary oral devices, such as alliteration (e.g., "paso perezoso" in Rima LXVI [XL]) and onomatopeia (e.g., "balbucear breves palabras" in Rima XVI [XLII] and "suspirando pasa el viento murmurador" in Rima XLIII [XVI]), to enhance his words.
A partir do seculo XIV a prisao passou a ser referida pelo nome "The Clink", cuja origem incerta e atribuida a uma onomatopeia referida ao som das batidas no metal do qual as portas da prisao eram feitas, ou das correntes dos prisioneiros.
O nome foi escolhido por ser uma onomatopeia do barulho das buzinas dos automoveis, que chegavam ao pais, na epoca, e acabava por tornar-se sinonimo de modernidade.
Table 1 The morphological matrices (after Tournier 1985) Morpho-semantic Construction : Prefixation Internal coinage affixation Suffixation matrices Compounding Backformation Juxtaposition Blends Phonic Onomatopeia motivation Semantic Class-transfer Conversion coinage (class shift) Metasemy Metaphor (meaning Metonymy shift) Morphological Signifier Aphaeresis coinage reduction Apocope Initialism Borrowing Morpho-semantic External borrowing matrix Semantic borrowing and calque Morphological borrowing
O objetivo do presente trabalho foi investigar, por meio de um estudo de seguimento, a frequencia de ocorrencias de diferentes categorias gramaticais (verbo, substantivo, adjetivo, adverbio, pronome, onomatopeia, interjeicao, artigo, conjuncao, preposicao e numeral) em criancas em fase de aquisicao inicial da Lingua Portuguesa, com idades entre 18 e 41 meses, em situacao de fala espontanea com seus pares.
Another standard onomatopeia is tsun-tsun, used to describe thin small objects with a sharp end or the piercing movement of such an object.
"The use of onomatopeia in the conversational style of adolescents".
We have seen that the construction of names or onomatopeia is openly transumptive and works for both Cavalcanti, now Giovanni, and for Giovanna as derived from Giovanni, who is also called "Prima verra" or Primavera.
Riot (8) significa revolta, motim e grrrl e a um so tempo, um trocadilho com a palavra girl (garota) e uma onomatopeia semelhante ao barulho de ranger de dentes, uma expressao de raiva.