sports onomatopoeia - Written Sound sports hockey goal alarm siren tone. kish-kish. the sound of ice skates during a game of hockey . ice movement human skating sports. pap. sound of a puck hit during hockey . sports hit hockey ice. penk. sound of an aluminum bat hitting a baseball . bat sports hit ball. shuush, shuush. sound of skiing through the snow . movement snow sliding sports. thong-thong ball onomatopoeia - Written Sound Onomatopoeia Dictionary. 1. loud ringing metallic sound. For example clang or klang is often used for when an aluminum base ball bat hits the base ball 2. to clang, verb for harsh cry of a bird (as a crane or goose), 3. to clang, verb for the sound of fire bells (features in the poem "The Bells" by Edgar Allan Poe ). A Huge List of Onomatopoeia Examples - Literary Devices Onomatopoeia is a word which mimics the sound it represents. Unlike most words whose connection to the meanings they represent is abstract, onomatopoeias have a direct connection to the words they represent. Onomatopoeias are used in poetry, comic books, advertising, and even in everyday speech.