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Answer for the clue "Sheep talk", 3 letters:
Alternative clues for the word baa
Ewe said it!
Call for a shepherd
Ewe said it
It's heard in a herd
Comment from 33-Across
Call to Bo-peep
Cry to Bo-peep
Comment from the fold
Noise of the lambs
Call to a lamb
Sound from the fold
It's heard from the herd
Call from a pen
Peep for Bo-Peep?
Cry to a shepherd
Call to a shepherd
Call from a meadow
Sound heard while shearing
Something heard in a herd
Word repeated in "The Whiffenpoof Song"
Sound during shearing
Word repeated before "black sheep, have you any wool?"
Sound made while being fleeced?
Word repeated in the "Whiffenpoof Song" refrain
Word repeated before "black sheep"
Cry upon being fleeced?
It may make a ewe turn
Cry of shear fear?
Petting zoo sound
Bit of barnyard onomatopoeia
Peep from a sheep
Shearing shed sound
Welcome to the fold?
When repeated, a nursery rhyme call
The cry made by sheep
Word to a black sheep
Mary's pet's sound
Lament to Bo-peep
Warning to Bo-Peep
Sound from 46 Down
Noise heard by Abel
Romney Marsh's call
A word from ewe
One of a nursery pair
Sound from a cote
"Whiffenpoof Song" finale
Sound in Mary's ear
Cry repeated in "The Whiffenpoof Song"
"Whiffenpoof" song ender
Word definitions for baa in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Baa \Baa\ (b[aum]), v. i. [Cf. G. b["a]en; an imitative word.] To cry baa, or bleat as a sheep. He treble baas for help, but none can get. --Sir P. Sidney.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
interj. (context onomatopoeia English) (non-gloss definition: The characteristic cry of a sheep.) n. 1 (context onomatopoeia English) The characteristic cry or bleating of a sheep. 2 The letter ب in the Arabic script. vb. To make the characteristic cry...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
imitative sound of a sheep, attested from 1580s, but probably older, as baa is recorded before this a name for a child's toy sheep. Compare Latin bee "sound made by a sheep" (Varro), balare "to bleat;" Greek blekhe "a bleating;" Catalan be "a sheep."
Word definitions in WordNet
n : the cry made by sheep
Word definitions in Wikipedia
BAA or Baa may refer to:
Usage examples of baa.
Two storms, Baas, not one, and when they meet they will begin to fight and there will be plenty of spears flying about in the sky, and then both those clouds will weep rain or perhaps hail.
Fried caterpillars are not bad, Baas, nor are locusts when you can get nothing else.
The ants that run about the ground do the same thing, Baas, that their children may have food when they are dead.
Now would the Baas like to go back to bed, as I think wisest, and return to-morrow?
Meanwhile, the Baas had better take off his boots, since the feet of those Bushmen whose spooks I feel all about me have made the ledge very slippery.
They must have done this quite often, Baas, since there are such a lot of their skulls down there, many of them quite black with age and turned to stone.
Also, if any did escape, in a generation or two all was forgotten, and the same thing happened again because, Baas, there are always plenty of fools in the world and the fool who comes after is just as big as the fool who went before.
Death spills the water of wisdom upon the sand, Baas, and sand is thirsty stuff that soon grows dry again.
If it were not so, Baas, men would soon stop falling in love with women, and yet even great ones--like you, Baas--fall in love.
I have a gimlet and some nails in my pistol pocket, Baas, that I was using this morning to mend that box of yours.
I do, Baas, and what is more, I believe that we shall visit them, because Zikali means that we should, and who is there that can fight against the will of the Opener-of-Roads?
Make my son, the Baas Allan, count them, for then he will not be able to grumble at you if things turn out badly whether you go or whether you stay behind, and say that you counted wrong or cheated.
And now, Baas, I have had enough of this, and should like to return to our outspan and examine those new oxen.
Baas, I thought that the Baas would say that because of his foolishness.
However, the Baas has settled that we must save the lady and give her to the Lump of Wood for a wife.