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Sound effects are grouped in these categories: Animal sounds, Body/mouth sounds, Environmental.

  • Animal sounds are arranged by the animal name. All cat sounds are together, for example.
  • Body/mouth sounds are arranged in alphabetical order.
  • Environmental sounds are arranged in alphabetical order, and are sounds that aren't produced by the body. Cars, for example.

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DictionaryEdit

Animal soundsEdit

Organized by animal name.

bear
 ?
bird (small)
 ?
bird (wings)
 ?
cat (meow)
mowa'a
cat (angry)
 ?
chicken
 ?
chicken (eating)
 ?
chicken (rooster crow/call)
 ?
cow
 ?
cricket
 ?
dog (friendly)
 ?
dog (angry)
 ?
dog (hurt)
 ?
donkey
 ?
duck
 ?
elephant
 ?
ferret
 ?
frog
 ?
goose
 ?
horse (from mouth)
 ?
horse (hooves)
 ?
lion
 ?
monkey
 ?
monkey (screaming)
 ?
mouse
 ?
parrot (no spoken words, please)
 ?
pig
 ?
snake (hiss from mouth)
 ?
snake (rattle snake)
 ?
turkey
 ?
wolf (howling at the moon)
 ?
wolf (other)
 ?

Generic wild animal (mad)
 ?
Generic flying insect (bee, fly, wasp...)
 ?


From Body or MouthEdit

In alphabetical order.

A-B-C (body)Edit

achoo (sneeze)
 ?
ack
?
aha! (idea!)
 ?
ahhh (male scream)
 ?
ahh (sigh of relief)
 ?
augh! (frustrated scream)
 ?
applause
 ?
barf
 ?
blah blah (people talking)
 ?
blargh (barf)
 ?
blink
 ?
boo! (scaring someone)
 ?
booo! (expressing displeasure to the group on stage)
 ?
brrr (said when you're cold)
 ?
brap (more annoying burp)
 ?
burp
 ?
bwa-ha-ha (evil laugh)
 ?
chomp
 ?
chug (sustained drinking)
 ?
clap clap
 ?
clench
 ?
cough
 ?
crying baby
 ?
crying (adult)
 ?

D-E-F (body)Edit

duhhh ("dumb" sound)
 ?
eek!
 ?
eep!
 ?
ew (said in reaction to something gross)
 ?
fart
 ?
flap (wings)
 ?
fling (throwing something small, or as if it was small)
 ?
flit (wing flapping)
 ?

G-H-I (body)Edit

gah!
 ?
gargle
 ?
gasp! (surprised)
 ?
gasp (trying to get air)
 ?
giggle
 ?
glub-glub (drowning)
 ?
glug-glug (drinking)
 ?
gnaw (chewing, slight growling)
 ?
grr (mad)
 ?
growl (mad)
 ?
growl (of stomach)
 ?
grumble (mad)
 ?
grumble (of stomach)
 ?
grunt (of effort)
 ?
gya! (despair, possibly after being hit)
 ?
gulp (swallowing food)
 ?
gulp (scared, hesitation)
 ?
gurgle (hungry stomach)
 ?
gurgle (gargling water or mouthwash)
 ?
gurgle (dead person with blood in throat)
 ?
hack (cough, with a lot of mucus)
 ?
ha ha! (laugh)
 ?
hee hee (higher-pitched laugh)
 ?
heh (quick, small laugh)
 ?
hrumph(lifting)
 ?
heart thump
 ?
hiccup
 ?
huh? (curious or confused)
 ?
hy-ah! (throwing or hitting something)
 ?
ick (spoken in reaction to something gross)
 ?

J-K-L (body)Edit

jerk (motion)
 ?
kazam (magic words to do some magic)
 ?
kiss
 ?
lick
 ?

M-N-O (body)Edit

masturbation (male)
 ?
masturbation (female)
 ?
meh (depressed)
 ?
moan (pain)
 ?
moan (pleasure)
 ?
munch (eating)
 ?
murmur (of crowd)
 ?
mwa! (kiss, usually from a distance)
 ?
mwa-ha-ha (evil laugh)
 ?
nod
 ?
nom (biting something playfully)
 ?
nom nom (eating something playfully)
 ?
nyah! (spoken when sticking your tongue out at someone)
 ?
oh-oh (spoken when in trouble, like uh-oh, but regional)
 ?
oof
 ?
ouch!
 ?
ow!
 ?

P-Q-R (body)Edit

panting
 ?
pat (on the back, or other object)
 ?
pat (dusting off hands)
 ?
peck (quick kiss on cheek)
 ?
perk (alert look)
 ?
pff (annoyed expression in response to something silly)
 ?
phew! (relief)
 ?
pthh (tongue out and blowing)
 ?
ptoo (spit, like a camel or chewing tobacco)
 ?
puff (smoking cigarette)
 ?
puff (blowing, possibly into balloon)
 ?
running noises
 ?

S (body)Edit

screech (annoying high-pitched voice)
 ?
sex (spoken pleasure)
 ?
sex (from the friction)
 ?
shh (be quiet)
 ?
shazam (magic word to do some magic)
 ?
shiver
 ?
shriek
 ?
shuffle (of feet)
 ?
sigh (relief)
 ?
sigh (romantic)
 ?
sigh (tired)
 ?
slap
 ?
slurp
 ?
smack (hard)
 ?
smack (dusting off hands)
 ?
smack (hungry lips)
 ?
smack (quick kiss)
 ?
smooch
 ?
sneak
 ?
sniff (smelling)
 ?
sniffle (crying)
 ?
snort (nasally, like a pig)
 ?
snort (from laugh)
 ?
snxxx (snore)
 ?
sob
 ?
spit
 ?
spatoo (powerful spitting)
 ?
squeak
 ?
squee (joy)
 ?
squee (fear)
 ?
squeeze
 ?
stomp
 ?
swat
 ?

T-U-V (body)Edit

ta dah! (presenting the magnificent... me!)
 ?
tah dah! (same as ta dah)
 ?
thbptb (tongue out and blowing)
 ?
thump (of heart)
 ?
toot (of horn)
 ?
uh-oh (spoken when in trouble)
 ?
urk! (being choked)
 ?
ut-oh (spoken when in trouble)
 ?
umph (grunt of effort)
 ?
vomit
 ?

W-X-Y-Z (body)Edit

wahhh (crying baby)
 ?
wahhh (yelled when falling)
 ?
whee! (silly happiness, often while swinging)
 ?
whisper
 ?
woo-hoo! (cheer)
 ?
yawn
 ?
yeeow! (longer cry of pain)
 ?
yikes! (surprised)
 ?
yipe! (surprised)
 ?
yow! (cry of pain)
 ?

Environmental soundsEdit

In alphabetical order.

Environment: A-B-CEdit

bam
 ?
bang
 ?
bap (fast, hard hit)
 ?
bash (object hitting something, usually breaking)
 ?
beep (high-pitched electric beep)
 ?
beep (car horn, higher pitched)
 ?
bif (superhero hitting someone's face)
 ?
blam (gun)
 ?
boing (like a spring)
 ?
boink (quick, comical hit to head)
 ?
bonk (object hitting head)
 ?
boom
 ?
bop (quick hit to head)
 ?
bow-chicca-bow-wow (porn music)
 ?
bump
 ?
buzz
 ?
burning sound
 ?
cha-ching! (money)
 ?
clack (wood or hard metal making a quick impact)
 ?
click
 ?
click (door closing)
 ?
clink (metal)
 ?
clunk
 ?
conk (object hitting head, knocking unconcious)
 ?
crack (object splitting)
 ?
crack (bat hitting ball)
 ?
crack (thunder)
 ?
crackle (paper, foil, etc.)
 ?
crackle(burning noise)
 ?
crash
 ?
crash (with glass)
 ?
creak (door hinge)
 ?
crunch
 ?

Environment: D-E-FEdit

ding (quick high-pitched bell)
 ?
ding dong! (door bell)
 ?
door closing
 ?
flush (toilet)
 ?
foosh! (water from hose)
 ?
foosh! (rushing fire)
 ?
fwip (pulling something out, like paper or knife)
 ?

Environment: G-H-IEdit

glop (thick liquid against surface)
 ?
glump (liquid flowing in bursts)
 ?
gong sound
 ?
gunshot
 ?
hack (axe to a door or bundle of straw)
 ?
honk (car horn)
 ?

Environment: J-K-LEdit

ka-blam
 ?
kaboom!
 ?
kablooie! (childish kaboom)
 ?
ka-ching! (money)
 ?
ka-thump (object hitting ground)
 ?
ka-thump (door closing)
 ?
knock knock
 ?
kshhh! (crash)
 ?

Environment: M-N-OEdit

Environment: P-Q-REdit

pitter-patter (rain)
 ?
pitter-patter (little feet)
 ?
pew! (gunshot, laser, in a childish way)
 ?
ping (small metal object hitting something and making a ringing sound)
 ?
plop
 ?
poof (gone in a puff of smoke)
 ?
pop (balloon, cork gun, gum)
 ?
pop (cork from a wine bottle)
 ?
porno music
 ?
pow
 ?
rain
 ?
rattle (falling apart)
 ?
rattle (baby toy)
 ?
ring (phone)
 ?
ring (school bell)
 ?
roar (of ocean or pouring rain)
 ?
rub
 ?
rumble (slow thunder or ground shaking)
 ?
rustle (of leaves)
 ?

Environment: SEdit

screech (car)
 ?
screech (metal scraping)
 ?
scrub
 ?
siren
 ?
slam (door)
 ?
slap
 ?
slash
 ?
slosh (liquid)
 ?
smack
 ?
smash
 ?
snap
 ?
snip (scissors)
 ?
splash
 ?
splat
 ?
sputter (mechanical)
 ?
squeak (door)
 ?
squeak (toy)
 ?
squeak (chair)
 ?
squirt
 ?
swish (swinging something, like bat or pole)
 ?
swish (moving water, either in mouth or bowl)
 ?

Environment: T-U-VEdit

tap
 ?
thud
 ?
thump
 ?
thunk (heavy hit)
 ?
thwip (arrow shooting in something)
 ?
tick tock (clock, um... the old style)
 ?
tumble
 ?
vroom (loud car passing)
 ?

Environment: W-X-Y-ZEdit

wap!
 ?
whack
 ?
wham
 ?
whamo (strong punch to the face)
 ?
whistle
 ?
whoo (wind)
 ?
whoosh!
 ?
whoosh (sound of ocean)
 ?
whirr (electrical motor)
 ?
wirr (electrical motor)
 ?
wobble wobble
 ?
woom (motor hum or spaceship)
 ?
wooo (wind)
 ?
woo-woo-woo (siren)
 ?
woosh (wind, fast object)
 ?
zap!
 ?
zip (zipper)
 ?
zip (something going fast)
 ?
zzt! (electric shock)
 ?

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