They vary in pitch and intelligibility as they reach their excited climaxes—or when she interrupts them to coo at Max.
Watch as he interrupts his son to proclaim his “most humble day.”
It interrupts the president, who stops talking, goes to the door, and lets First Pooch Barney inside.
c.1400, "to interfere with a legal right," from Latin interruptus, past participle of interrumpere "break apart, break off," from inter- "between" (see inter-) + rumpere "to break" (see rupture (n.), and compare corrupt). Meaning "to break into (a speech, etc.)" is early 15c. Related: Interrupted; interrupting.
1957, originally in computers, from interupt (v.).