onomatopoiesis

The making of a name or word, especially to express or imitate a natural sound (e.g., hiss, crash, boom); in psychiatry, the tendency to make new words of this type is said to characterise some persons with schizophrenia. ... See: neologism. ... Origin: G. Onoma, name, + poiesis, making ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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onomatopoiesis

onomatopoiesis 1. The making of a name or word, especially to express or imitate a natural sound; such as, hiss, crash, boom. 2. In psychiatry, the tendency to make new words of this type is said to characterise some people with schizophrenia.
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onomatopoiesis

Type: Term Pronunciation: on′ō-mat′ō-poy-ē′sis Definitions: 1. The making of a name or word, especially to express or imitate a natural sound (hiss, crash, boom); in psychiatry, the tendency to make new words of this type is said to characterize some people with schizophrenia.
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