Say it with your words.

in Rapa Nui, Easter Island, ATA-ATA means to laugh
in Hausa, Nigeria, BA’A is ridicule or mockery
in Maltese, CAPCAP is to clap
in Guam, CHO CHOP is to suck
in Turkish, CZIR CZIR means with a sizzling noise
In Arabic, KARKARA means to rumble
in MAlay to giggle is: KEKEK-KEKEK
in Pashto, Pakistan and Afghanistan, PES PES is to whisper
in Albanian, PSHURR means to urinate, wet one’s clothes
in Turkish, to throb terribly is ZONK ZONK
and the sound of a snake gliding through the grass in Yindiny, Australia is YUYURUNGUL

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