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The definition of onomatopoeia is a poetic structure of words to convey how something sounds. An example of onomatopoeia is a poem about a stream written in a way to imitate the sound of a stream.What does onomatopoeia mean in poetry?
Onomatopoeia is when a word describes a sound and actually mimics the sound of the object or action it refers to when it is spoken. Onomatopoeia appeals to the sense of hearing and writers use it to bring a story or poem to life in the reader's head.What are onomatopoeic words?
Onomatopoeic words are words that, when pronounced, imitate the sound that they describe. The word “boom,” for example, is not only a word that indicates a loud noise, but it also mimics the resounding report of an explosion or similarly large noise. Words like “buzz” and “click” are also onomatopoeic words.What are the types of onomatopoeia?
There are two types of onomatopoeia described in Tamil namely, இரட்டைக் கிளவி ("irattai k-kilavi") and அடுக்குத் தொடர் ("atukku th-thodar").