Using Onomatopoeia: Make Your Writing Sing and Dance

Onomatopoeia: Words that Name Sounds
Onomatopoeia (ah-nuh-mah-tuh-pee-uh) is as much fun to say as it is to write. Onomatopoeia comes from the Greek words meaning 'name' and 'I make'. Onomatopoeia is a long word that means 'sound words'; words named for the sounds they make.
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