Max the Mofu Mofu Dog

The Japanese have an almost unnatural affection for onomatopoeia, which Messrs. Funk & Wagnall tell us is "the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named." Simply put, a word that mimics a sound. We English speakers use onomatopoeia, too. Consider words like “sizzle,” “splash,” “boom,” or that famous Alka Seltzer... Continue Reading →

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