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Animal sounds - ducks

Duck sounds

How to write the sounds made by ducks in different languages.

Language Sounds
Afrikaans kwaak
Albanian mak-mak
Arabic (wak-wak) وق وق
(batbata) بطبطة
Basque par-par
Batak kuak-kuak
Bengali pnak pnak
Bulgarian па-па (paa paa)
Catalan coac-coac, mec-mec, qüec-qüec
Chinese (Mandarin) 嘎嘎 (gā gā), 呱呱 (guā guā)
Croatian kva kva
Czech káč káč
Danish rap rap
Dutch kwak kwak, kwaak kwaak
English quack
Estonian prääk prääk, prääks prääks
Finnish kvaak kvaak
French coin coin
German quak quak
Greek
(Modern)
κουάκ κουάκ (kuak kuak)
Hebrew (gaʕ gaʕ) גַּע־גַּע
Hungarian háp háp
Icelandic bra bra
Irish (Gaelic) bheac bheac
Indonesian kwek kwek
Italian qua qua
Japanese ガーガー (gā gā)
Kazakh қақ-қақ (qaq-qaq)
Korean 꽥꽥 (kkwaek kkwaek)
Latvian pēk pēk
Lithuanian kva kva
Macedonian ква ква (kva kva)
Marathi पक पक (pak pak)
Nepali braaaq caaq
Norweigan kvakk kvakk
Persian
(Farsi)
mak-mak
Polish kwa kwa kwa
Portuguese quá quá, quak quak
Romanian mac mac
Russian кря-кря (krja krja)
Scottish Gaelic mhàg mhàg, fàg, ràc
Serbian квак (kvak)
Spanish cua cua
Swedish kvack kvack
Tagalog kwak kwak
Tamil kua kua
Thai ก้าบ ๆ (kap kap)
Turkish vak vak
Ukrainian ках ках (kakh kakh)
Vietnamese cạp cạp
Welsh cwac cwac

Source

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-linguistic_onomatopoeias#Animal_sounds

Animal sounds

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