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

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Created by: Niktionary

Pronunciation: prim-uh-prat-ul

Sentence: My sister does nothing but primapratil to her dog, it's a wonder he doesn't doesn't tell her to "shutty-whaty-uppy-wuppy."

Etymology: primative+prattle

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Created by: swetty

Pronunciation: wtfsdbgfnm nmsd f

Sentence: js ks ks lom s kls ksn jkn b bb jjj m styb swjw ka :)):))

Etymology: sdgdxf

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Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: pet spur anto

Sentence: her version of petsperanto involved adding "chkins" to any word of more than one syllable and relegating all "r"s do lingo linmbo, weplacing them with woubleyoos.

Etymology: pet esperanto


funny - Jabberwocky, 2007-12-27: 17:42:00

If Joseph Stalin was alive today would he ask if "Petsperanto" is the language of flies? - OZZIEBOB, 2007-12-27: 23:29:00

Funny sentence and a nice word. - OZZIEBOB, 2007-12-27: 23:30:00


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Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /pood-el-ling'-goh/

Sentence: If the way Patti's dog kisses her on the mouth doesn't make you feel nauseous, her cutesy poodelingo probably will.

Etymology: poodle [poodel] - (German, pudel - short for pudelhund) + lingo - language or speech, esp. if strange or foreign (a corrupt form of the Latin, lingua)

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Created by: paintergrl1313

Pronunciation: qu-oo-pee

Sentence: That woman needs to stop quoopy-ing her dog.


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Created by: jeatyet


Sentence: The dog did not respond to critterjitter, but the cat did.


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Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: spetch - s-pet-ch

Sentence: Spetching at her dog over his antics made me laugh.

Etymology: speech changed so the word pet is in the middle ... spetch


I'm spetchless - nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-12-27: 23:19:00


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Created by: xirtam

Pronunciation: dawg-uh-lekt

Sentence: Tom had a distinct dogalect when he used to communicate with his dog. And somehow the she seemed to understand, although everybody else thought he was quite insane.

Etymology: Dog: a domesticated canid. + Dialect: a special variety of a language.

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Created by: imashelcha

Pronunciation: Like "derrogatory", only condenced.


Etymology: From derrogatory, applied to dogs.

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Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: yap/an/eez

Sentence: Any breed of dog will readily understand yapanease. It is the easiest of all languages to master.

Etymology: yap + ease


no yapollogies! excellent - galwaywegian, 2007-12-27: 12:44:00

Catchy and cute ... and right on the meaning! - silveryaspen, 2007-12-27: 19:30:00

Hot diggety dog! - OZZIEBOB, 2007-12-27: 23:17:00


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