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Japanese Japan

ぴえん

Sound USED On Occasion BY Young People

(sob) • It's a sound or weeping/sobbing. Young people utter this word when they feel like crying, either happy or sad.

"宿題マジたくさん出た。ぴえん。” (shukudai maji takusan deta. pien.)

"I was given lots of homework. sob."

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English United States

kek

Sound USED On Occasion BY Millenials

Translation of the acronym "LOL" (laugh out loud) when reading text written by members of the Horde faction as an Alliance player in the online multiplayer game World of Warcraft (WoW). The use of this term spread throughout the rest of the internet during the height of WoW's popularity, used in place of 'lol'.

"This is a funny joke." "kek"

Confirmed by 2 people

Russian Russia

омномном

Sound USED Frequently BY Everyone

The Russian sound for eating.

"Омномном... обожаю жареные картошки."

"Omnomnom... I love fried potatoes."

Confirmed by 3 people

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Indonesian Indonesia

wkwkwk

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The Indonesian sound for laughter.

"Bahasa Indonesia saya buruk. Wkwkwk"

"My Indonesian is bad. Ha ha ha"

Confirmed by 3 people

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Italian Italy

chicchirichì

Sound USED Very frequently BY roosters

Sound made by Italian roosters.

"Chicchirichì!"

"Time to wake up, you slackers!"

Dutch Netherlands

miauw

Sound USED Very frequently BY cats

The Dutch way of writing the sound made by cats. Can also be used as a verb "miauwen" (to miauw).

"Miauw miauw miauw"

"Why can't you appreciate the dead mouse I brought you?"

Confirmed by 6 people

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Spanish Spanish speaking countries

jajaja

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The Spanish sound for laughter. It is a direct analog of the English "ha ha ha".

"¡Jajaja! ¡Qué vídeo tan divertido!"

"Ha ha ha! What a funny video!"

Confirmed by 16 people

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Russian Various countries

гыгыгыгыгы

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The Russian sound for sarcastic laughter.

"Этим ребятам не везется сегодня. Гыгыгыгыгы"

"These guys are not lucky today. Ha ha ha"

Confirmed by 3 people

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Thai Thailand

55555

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The Thai sound for laughter.

"เขียนเหมือนเด็ก 55555"

"I write like a child. Ha ha ha"

Confirmed by 4 people

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Korean South Korea

ㅋㅋㅋ

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The Korean sound for laughter.

"다 죽였어요! 저희가 이겼어요. ㅋㅋㅋ"

"I killed them all! We won. Ha ha ha"

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Spanish Mexico

pip-pip

Sound USED Frequently BY Some People

Resembling the sound of a car horn, it is used to ask a person for permission to pass by when walking.

"El pasillo está muy lleno, vamos a llegar tarde a la clase." "Tú sígueme, yo abriré el camino. ¡Pip-pip!"

"The hall is very crowded, we are going to be late for class." "Follow me, I will lead the way. Pip-pip!"

Confirmed by 3 people

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Spanish Santa Barbara, Honduras

oy

Sound USED On Occasion BY Older Generations

Used when you see someone, answer a phone call or visit someone's home.

"Oy, cómo estás?"

"Hi, how are you?"

Confirmed by 3 people

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Russian Various countries

кхм

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The Russian sound for coughing that someone makes to show various feelings, such as doubt, disapproval, embarrassment, or to attract attention.

"Кхм, кхм, кхм... помоги мне с багажами, пожалуйста."

"Ahem, ahem, ahem... help me with my luggage, please."

Confirmed by 4 people

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English Various countries

ahem

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The English sound for coughing that someone makes to show various feelings, such as doubt, disapproval, embarrassment, or to attract attention.

"Ahem, I'm still here."

Confirmed by 14 people

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Russian Russia

тук-тук

Sound USED Frequently BY Most People

Sound made when knocking on a door.

«Тук-тук, можно войти?»

“Knock knock, may I come in?”

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Italian Italy

bau

Sound USED Very frequently BY Dogs

This is what Italian dogs say.

"Bau bau bau!"

"Give me more food, human!"

Confirmed by 13 people

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Italian Italy

toc toc

Sound USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(knock knock) • Onomatopeia indicating the sound made by someone knocking on a door.

"Toc toc, è permesso?"

"Knock knock, may I come in?"

Confirmed by 13 people

Ukrainian Various countries

бггггг

Sound USED Very frequently BY Everyone

The Ukrainian sound for laughter.

"Бггг це Україна..."

"Ha ha ha, this is Ukraine..."

Confirmed by 3 people

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Italian Italy

cin cin

Sound USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(interj.) • Onomatopeia uttered when having a toast. It resembles the sound of glasses brushing against each other.

"Alla salute! Cin cin!"

"Cheers! Cin cin!"

Confirmed by 6 people