Verboticism: Felinguage

'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: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: ZOO-yak

Sentence: Bob preached that by means of Zooyak, his zoomenhoff-like language, the wolf shall lie down with the lamb.

Etymology: Blend of ZOO: (Gk) an animal & YAK (slang): to talk, chatter


metrohumanx BOOYAH for ZOOYAK and Preacher Bob! You've outdone yourself, Ozziebob. - metrohumanx, 2008-08-01: 06:49:00

Very good, critterally speaking. - Mustang, 2008-08-01: 16:32:00

Oogachukka for zooyak, Bob, wolves love ewe! - Nosila, 2008-08-01: 19:10:00


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Created by: texmom

Pronunciation: an e mah voc ah liz um

Sentence: She mumured sweet animavocalisms in the horse's ear as she urged him towards the starting line for the big race.

Etymology: anima - concerning animals vocalism - spoken

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: kit-ee-kat-ee-chit-ee-chat-ee

Sentence: When Joan wants light uninvolved conversation she indulges in kittycattychittychatty with her cat, Mr. Lint. When she has a problem to work out it's a bowwowpowwow.

Etymology: kitty cat (a pet name for a cat) chitchat (light conversation; casual talk)

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Created by: deano1991

Pronunciation: Puh-Pish

Sentence: Puppish is really annoyinh

Etymology: Puppy + ish (as in English)

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Created by: elemon


Sentence: Gladys liked Martin well enough, but the furidiom with his hamsters was starting to bug her.


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Created by: mweinfeld




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Created by: weareallbeautiful

Pronunciation: ah-n-ih-m-ang-g-w-ih-j

Sentence: Jenny's dog watched her in disgust as she spoke to him using an animanguage which sounded suspicusly like babytalk in front of all of his dog friends.

Etymology: animal+language

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Created by: trunktickle




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Created by: kelyn

Pronunciation: DOG-ah-lekt

Sentence: My cutesy little puppy-wuppy and I understand each other through our own special dogalect. Oh yes, we do, don't we sweetums?

Etymology: Dog + Dialect

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: dog/gwij

Sentence: The language of choice for her three pups was dogguage. Even though it was gobbledygook to everyone else and sounded cutsey-wutsey, her pups were bonded to her and understood every rhyming couplet of her dogguage and loved her for it.

Etymology: dog + language

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