Recently, I need the sound of crowing of a rooster that most exotic for my poem
Thread poster: ivo abdman

ivo abdman
Indonesia
Local time: 16:21
English to Indonesian
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Jan 21, 2008

Hi all,

Recently, I need the sound of crowing of a cock that most exotic for my poem.

Would you like to provide me with a crowing sound of a cock in the morning of your country,

for example in my country (indonesia)

kukuru yuuuk (in indonesian)

pronounciation in english ---> cu cu ru yuk, u sound like u in procedure

Thank you so muchicon_smile.gif

[Edited at 2008-01-21 17:41]

[Edited at 2008-01-22 03:44]

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2008-01-22 04:40]


 

chord0
United States
English to Spanish
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the sound of a rooster Jan 22, 2008

hello
In most Spanish speaking countries the sounding of a rooster is described as:

kikiri!

whether you can use it in your poem or not I do not know, this is used in prose and also in children's stories.

good luck
georgina


 

NancyLynn
Canada
Local time: 05:21
Member (2002)
French to English
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Moderator of this forum
In Canada Jan 22, 2008

English-speaking roosters say Cockle-doodle-dooo! and the Francophone roosters say Co-co-ree-co!

Nancy


 

Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 12:21
Member (2003)
Finnish to German
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Two more from Europe Jan 22, 2008

In Germany they say Kikerikie! and in Finnish kukkokiekuu! But these must NOT be pronounced the English way of course!

 

Jan Willem van Dormolen  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 11:21
English to Dutch
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Dutch Jan 22, 2008

In Dutch:
Kukeleku

Pronounced as German Kükelekü.


 

Wenjer Leuschel  Identity Verified
Taiwan
Local time: 17:21
English to Chinese
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Chinese roosters Jan 22, 2008

They crow in the North "Wowowo!" and in the South "Gugugu!"

 

Özden Arıkan  Identity Verified
Germany
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Member
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Turkish Jan 22, 2008

They crow like this over there: ü-ürü-üüüü - the ü at the beginning is short and sudden, whereas the one at the end may be extended as much as you wishicon_smile.gif

 

Amy Williams  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 10:21
Italian to English
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www.Bzzzpeek.com Jan 22, 2008

Take a look at this site (mentioned on these forums before), which contains some fantastic interpretations of animal noises by children in different countries.
www.Bzzzpeek.com.


 

ivo abdman
Indonesia
Local time: 16:21
English to Indonesian
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TOPIC STARTER
the winner at a moment Jan 22, 2008

the winner at a momen come to

In Canada

English-speaking roosters say Cockle-doodle-dooo! and the Francophone roosters say Co-co-ree-co!

Nancy


and the one that make me laugh:

Chinese roosters

They crow in the North "Wowowo!" and in the South "Gugugu!"

Wenjer Leuschel


Thank you very much


 

María Teresa Taylor Oliver  Identity Verified
Panama
Local time: 04:21
English to Spanish
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In Spanish = quiquiriquí Jan 22, 2008

chord0 wrote:

hello
In most Spanish speaking countries the sounding of a rooster is described as:

kikiri!


Actually, the rendering would be: QUIQUIRIQUÍ (with the accent on the last syllable).

According to the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española:

quiquiriquí.
1. onomat. U. para imitar el canto del gallo. U. t. c. s. m.
2. m. coloq. Persona que quiere sobresalir y gallear.

(1. Onomatopeia: to imitate the crowing of a rooster)

You can also check the Wikipedia article for "Onomatopeia", which uses precisely the example of a rooster, see:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onomatopeia
In Spanish, "quiquiriqui" for a rooster crow

The article also lists other languages. A good resource, I think...

Good luck!


 

Yuliya Gritsyuk  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:21
English to Russian
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RUSSIAN ROOSTER:) Jan 27, 2008

iN RUSSIA ROOSTER SCREAMS "KU-KA-RRE-KU`"!!!!!

 

Ivana Micheli  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 10:21
Member (2005)
Italian to English
And in ITALIAN Feb 28, 2008

the pronunciation is the same as in Spanish (I think) - only the spelling is different:

chicchirichì



[Edited at 2008-02-28 18:51]


 

Rosina Peixoto  Identity Verified
Uruguay
Local time: 06:21
English to Spanish
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In Uruguay Jun 14, 2008

roosters say: Cocorocó


It´s not that roosters make a different sound in every part of the world, but people
interpret that sound differently.


 


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