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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Onomatopoeic words which don't exist, but should

Splinch

ferg-alerg-alerg-alerg-alerg-alerg-blatch

gimp-glimp

blowtch

gloopoupipflertch

whuf

plenk

tomp-tomp

floop

glosh

plung

gamp-gamp-bimp-bimp

plicka-placka

taddertidderblum.

2 comments:

Alexis, Baron von Harlot said...

I've always thought "Slovakia" - a word that does exist - should be acknowledged for its onomatopoeic qualities. It is the sound of boiling cabbage soup in the cold.

TimT said...

Never having boiled cabbage soup in the cold or the hot I can't verify that one either way.

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