Is yawn an example of onomatopoeia? onomatopoeia ability the formation...?

The formation or use of words (such as hiss or murmur) that imitate the sounds associated near the objects or actions they refer to.

Answers:    Yes, because you product the sound "Yaawwn!" when you yawn!
yeah i muse so
Yeah, I would say so.
I regard as it would be pushing it to say that yawn is an example of onomatopoeia. An example would be words resembling "buzz". I can see how it's easy to enunciate "yawn" as if you're yawning, but I don't think it's relatively onomatopoeia.
no because a yawn is an action and not a nouns, although you can make a nouns when you yawn.
It could be!


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