Verboticism: Babybark

'Ooopy goopy poopy poo.'

DEFINITION: n An invented language similar to baby talk, used by pet owners to communicate with their pets. v. To speak to an animal using an invented language.

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Created by: lumina

Pronunciation: geek/in/eez

Sentence: As far as after school jobs go, Sheila was happy enough at PetsRUs. She didn't really mind the poop runs, or even hosing down the cages. There were days however, when she felt if one more potential buyer stood at the puppy window tapping and speaking geekinese, that she would definitely fill out an app over at Orange Julius!

Etymology: geek: A person with an unusual or odd personality. ese: Suffix meaning the language or dialect of.


OMG talk about Pulp least at OJ they only pups she'd see would be Pizza Dogs! - Nosila, 2008-08-03: 00:51:00


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Created by: Robyn

Pronunciation: GOO-goop-et

Sentence: "Es dat mummy's widdle puddy tat? Yes hur es! Yes hur es!" Ever since Sara got a baby kitten, she stopped speaking standard English and devloved into fluent googoopet.

Etymology: Goo - glue or sticky substance. Goop - gluey substance Pet - companion animal.

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Created by: tiffing


Sentence: She spent all her time poochycooing with the dog.

Etymology: Pooch and coochy-coochy-coo


It sounds like it, too! - tiffing, 2007-06-08: 14:46:00

Another cute word! - purpleartichokes, 2007-06-08: 18:59:00


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Created by: celan1

Pronunciation: poo kee speel

Sentence: Her elaborate pookiespiel with Fido churned my H. pylori.

Etymology: Pookie + Spiel

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Created by: ustation

Pronunciation: goo-ah-boo



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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: lin goo goo

Sentence: When Lisa talked to her pup, Pugsley, she always spoke in lingoogoo. It was a made-up baby talk that made her sound like an idiot and embarrassed the heck out of poor Pugsley, especially in front of the other dogs.

Etymology: Lingo (a characteristic language of a particular group) & Goo Goo (what people say in baby talk)

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Created by: mplsbohemian

Pronunciation: KRIH-tuhr-jihb-uhr

Sentence: Alex's frustration at his girlfriend's constant crittergibber to her fish was no so much about the noise per se, as the fact that she was truly unaware the fish couldn't reply.

Etymology: critter + gibberish. The word for this definition, ideally, is really cutesy.

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Created by: peterdiplaros

Pronunciation: Emphasis on the 'li'

Sentence: I made up some new animalingo today and I am going to try it out on my dog.

Etymology: Animal and lingo (language)

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Created by: carpefactum


Sentence: Whenever Muffy talked to her cat, it always seemed like a long dramaticpaws.


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Created by: LunaC


Sentence: Alison prefers to furnicate with her dog Schmoodles as he's a better listener than her boyfriend.


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