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AnimalDutchEnglishFinnishNorwegianSpanish
Catmiauwmeowmiaumjau
Cowboemooammuu
Dogwoef/wafwoof/arf/barkHau/Vuhvoff
Elephant
Pigknoroinkröhnøff
Roosterkukelekucockle doodle doooKukkokiekuukykkeliky
Horsehinnikwhinny/neighii-ha-haavrinske
Duckkwakquackkvaakkvakk
Donkeyia (iiaaa)bray/eeeeoohhskryte
Monkeyoek oekOok ook
Crowkaa kaacaw
Wolfawoeeeeaaaoooooooo
BirdTjilpChirp
         

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2011-09-02 [iippo]: I can't be bothered to figure out your tables, so I'll tell you in a WYSIWYG comment:
-Cat - Miau
-Cow - Muu
-Dog - Hau/Vuh
-Pig - röh
-Rooster - Kukkokiekuu

2011-09-04 [hanhepi]: filled in what i could in english. i dunno how to spell the sound elephants make though.

2011-09-04 [Triola]: But a horse does go "vrinsk!" Everyone knows that >.>

2011-09-04 [hanhepi]: when my horse made the "vrinsk" noise, i'd tightened her girth so far it made her knees buckle. part snort, part grunt, part gasp for air, part "bitch, loosen that up or i'll bite you on the left cheek". 
we call the normal neighing sound a "whinny".

2011-09-06 [iippo]: But would you write that in a children's book? "Whinny! went the horse, woof-woof went the dog"? I thought that "whinny" was just the verb for the action of "horse makes noise"?

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