bakaw

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

onomatopoeia

Interjection[edit]

bakaw

  1. A cluck of a chicken.
    • 2000 10 January, NetGuy [username], “Re: Hello Guys!!”, alt.romance.teen, Usenet:
      Saying this in the nicest way possible.... BAKAW BUK BUK BACAW
    • 2002 27 April, Jim Larson, “Re: (spoilers ahoy!) okay well I've given up”, alt.tv.farscape, Usenet:
      She's just a big chicken.
      Bawk, bawk, bakaw!
    • 2012, Wai Chin, Chook Chook: Mei's Secret Pets, University of Queensland Press (2012), ISBN 9780702249464, unnumbered pages:
      The one-eyed butcher's stall, with its buckets of guts and crates of eggs, stood before me. I could see the one-eyed butcher perched behind a massive chopping block, swiftly hacking away.
      BAWK! BAWK! BA-KAW!
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

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