oink

[oingk]
verb (used without object)
1.
to make the characteristic sound of a pig; grunt.
noun
2.
the squealing or grunting sound made by a pig.

Origin:
1940–45; imitative

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oink (ɔɪŋk)
 
interj
an imitation or representation of the grunt of a pig

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oink
"to make a noise like a pig," 1969, of imitative origin.
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Example sentences
The color changes range from light-oink to dark reddish-pink.
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