Also parodied is the iconic use of onomatopoeic words to punctuate actions.
Common onomatopoeic words for the sounds produced by stridulation include chirp and chirrup.
No word, onomatopoeic or otherwise, can describe it.
The term ululation is an onomatopoeic word derived from Latin.
Japanese also has far more onomatopoeic words than English.
Such onomatopoeic words are a boon to Japanese writers.
Another difficulty in translation arises from the use of onomatopoeic Japanese words.
Invented onomatopoeic words, and phonetic texts written by Stockhausen himself.
Etymologically 零 is an onomatopoeic word for "light rain".
Some languages flexibly integrate onomatopoeic words into their structure.