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onomatopoeia Saltos de línea: ono¦mato|poeia
Pronunciación: /ˌɒnə(ʊ)matəˈpiːə/

Definición de onomatopoeia en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named (e.g. cuckoo, sizzle).
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • If you're sceptical about the role played by sound symbolism and straight-out onomatopoeia in word origins, Liberman marshals some impressive evidence in its favour.
  • I've been thinking recently about onomatopoeia: the sound words we use to describe actions.
  • The sounds of living, onomatopoeia and words, were the purpose of that voice.
1.1The use of onomatopoeia for literary effect.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Paradise Lost is also, of course, filled with mimetic sound effects, onomatopoeia and mimetic syntax, which only work if the poem is sounded.

Origen

Late 16th century: via late Latin from Greek onomatopoiia 'word-making', from onoma, onomat- 'name' + -poios 'making' (from poiein 'to make').

Palabras que riman con onomatopoeia

Achaea, aliyah, Almería, Apia, Bahía, Caesarea, Cassiopeia, Chaldea, Cytherea, Euboea, foreseer, freer, galleria, gynaecea, Iphigenia, Kampuchea, kea, keyer, Latakia, Leah, Lucia, Nicaea, Nicosia, Oriya, osteria, Pangaea, Pantelleria, pharmacopoeia, pizzeria, ria, rupiah, sangría, seer, sharia, Shia, skier, spiraea (US spirea), Tanzania, taqueria, Tarpeia, Thea, trachea, trattoria, urea

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