Logo for the hugely popular and award-winning bzzzpeek.com. This ongoing, self-initiated FL@33 project is presenting a collection of onomatopoeia from around the world using sound recordings from native speakers imitating the sounds of mainly animals and vehicles.
___ The online collection – launched in 2002 – focuses on the pronunciation and comparison of these sounds by presenting them side by side as each language expresses them differently.
___ Bzzzpeek.com is an interactive experience inviting everybody to contribute. Submissions are more than welcome!
The name Bzzzpeek stems from the recording of the French child – also featured on the website's homepage – who immitated the buzzing sound of a French bee followed by the 'peeeeek' – a sting (from the French verb .