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squeal
'squeal' - used as a noun
1. a high-pitched howl

'squeal' - used as a verb
2. utter a high-pitched cry, characteristic of pigs
3. confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure

derived forms
1. Squeal / Plural
squeals
2. Squeal / Past
squealed
3. Squeal / Third Person
squeals
4. Squeal / Present Participle
squealing
Variations of 'squeal'
 
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The company "Sony" was originally called "Totsuken." They felt the name "Sony" would be easier to pronounce. The name was invented by a cross between the name "sonus" and "sonny." The name sound and sonic are derived. Sonny was used to represent a young man or boy, which would show a energetic young company.