Word of the day || Kukuriku: Roosters of the world unite
Some things surpass cultural differences, and onomatopoeias are some of them. Take what the rooster has to say.
Onomatopoeias, words that sound like that which they represent, vary from people to people. Take for example the cry of the rooster, which in the English speaking world we call cock-a-doodle-doo. The Chinese say gūgūgū, the Italians chicchirichí, Swedes kuckeliku, and the Germans kikeriki, but Israelis say kukuriku.