onomatopoeic (not comparable)
- Of or relating to onomatopoeia.
- Having the property of onomatopoeia.
2008, Helen Gilhooly, chapter 1, in Complete Japanese, ISBN 978-0-07-174786-8, page 31:
- There are also three ways in which katakana is used for writing Japanese words:
1 to make words stand out, for example, in advertising: トヨタ (Toyota)
2 to classify species of plants and animals, for example in botanical gardens
3 to write onomatopoeic words
of or relating to onomatopoeia
having the property of onomatopoeia