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  • Writer's pictureSteven Hansen

Did Your Dog Just Say That?

A dog’s bark is represented in different ways in the English language, such as: bark-bark, woof-woof, arf-arf, ruff-ruff and bow-wow.

Here are a few ways that a dog “barks” in other languages: ham-ham (Albanian); how-how (Arabic); wang-wang (Chinese-Mandarin); vau-vau (Croatian); blaf-blaf (Dutch); wouaff-wouaff (French); vow-vow (German); ghav-ghav (Greek); bow-bow (Hindi); guk-guk (Indonesian); arf-arf (Italian); bad-bad (Persian); hong-hong (Thai); hev-hev (Turkish); ang-ang (Vietnamese).

Now, with the help of a dog bark translation app like Dog Translator Woof, you can interpret what your dog’s barks or wouaffs may actually mean – such as “I’m tired,” “I want a treat!” or “Get away from here, I hate you!” (to a dog walking by your front gate).

Dog Translator Woof also allows you to translate your spoken words into canine barks with the press of a button. The app service costs $6.99 a month, but you get one month free. That’s surely enough time to get everything off your chest with Fido before you cancel.

Cat translation and bird translation apps are also available.

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