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" The answer is that there is no universally accepted sound that humans use to represent dog barks.Even in a single language there may be a number of different words used for a dog's bark, for example, in English we recognize "woof-woof," "arf-arf", "ruff-ruff" and "bow-wow." Many languages also have different words for the barks of large versus small dogs, thus "yip-yip" or "yap-yap" are used in English for the barking sounds of small dogs, never for big dogs.

Over the years I have collected over 100 dog bark words from more than 60 different languages.I suppose that when I posted my list of the words used to say "dog" in some 250 different languages [click here to see that list], it was inevitable that people would start to write to me to ask if dogs spoke different languages.Many of the queries were obviously concerned with how people hear or interpret the sounds of dogs barking as when they asked questions like, "Is the word 'woof' used for dog barks in all other languages?As they were speaking, a dog that had been lying asleep raised his head and pricked up his ears.This was Argos, whom Odysseus had bred before setting out for Troy, but he had never had any enjoyment from him.

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