Definition of ribbit in English:

ribbit

Syllabification: rib·bit
Pronunciation: /ˈribit
 
/

noun

informal
The characteristic croaking sound of a frog: the power of the male’s commanding “ribbit” came not from the throat but from vibrations in ear membranes
More example sentences
  • In actuality, Maddie had the grace of a frog (ribbit, ribbit!) but didn't they say love was blind?
  • For 10 years, Erickson has been monitoring the Pacific chorus frogs' deep-throated, well-rounded ribbits.
  • All aspects of the film were clean and clear, including dialogue, effects, music and ‘ribbits.’

Origin

imitative.

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