(1) Japanese mothers were affect-oriented, and they used more nonsense, onomatopoeic sounds, baby talk, and babies' names.
(2) The group's first single, Tessellate , an onomatopoeic puzzle of angular beats and pointed sexual advances, became a radio hit before anyone knew who they were.
(3) On the pitch-match test, most of tinnitus was of the pure tone but there might be some composed of noise judging from onomatopoeic words.
(4) In all cases known, the language consists of onomatopoeic expressions, some invented words, but for the greatest part of words from the adult language adopted to the constrained phonological possibilities of young children.
(5) Any remarks Uncle Disgusting made about the comeliness of said nubile females were countered in print either with an onomatopoeic representation of someone vomiting (which, if memory serves, went “SPEEEEEEEOOOOOW!”) or with the phrase “pass the sickbag, Alice”.
(6) If there is one Russian word a springtime visitor to the country should know, it is slyakot , a wonderfully onomatopoeic term that translates, simultaneously, as "slush" and "mud".
(7) Look at that word lullaby – so beautiful; onomatopoeic, even.
(8) It has a damp, undramatic clamminess to it, and sits uneasily in any stream of words, the ultimate onomatopoeic dead end, free of connotations, meaningless, banal.
(9) 4) From the clinical viewpoint of the characteristics of tinnitus, cases with hearing levels above 40dB or with dull onomatopoeic sounds were considered to have better indications for therapy.
(10) 'My grandparents did have a famous cat, called Purratz, which, I suppose, is an onomatopoeic miaow in German.
(a.) Of or pertaining to onomatopoeia; characterized by onomatopoeia; imitative; as, an onomatopoetic writer or word.
(1) Verbal originality scores were obtained from Onomatopoeia and Images, Form 1B, given t0 182 deaf Ss aged 10 to 19 yr. Ss who had been taught the onomatopoetic words scored higher than Ss who had not been taught the words.
(2) Besides phonation and articulation there are morphological, psychomotoric, onomatopoetic, and isotopic disorders.