Interested in Language
What's the onomatopeia / sound that you use to refer to the spanking of a child?
Like オシリぺんぺん in Japanese or "pao pao" in Spanish.
Note: I am not advocating this form of child disciplining.
Last edited by pizza; 29-Nov-2011 at 06:04.
"Spank" itself is believed to have originated as an onomatopoeia. It can be used as one in Modern English too.
http://www.thevalkyrie.com/stories/mc/discussion.txtWHACK! CRACK! SLAP! POW! THUD! A few more minutes of fighting sounds and then
another moment of quiet. Then I heard, SPANK! SPANK! SPANK! SPANK! SPANK!;
followed by what sounded like a boy...crying.