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Want to know what an "ottomottopea" is, and to correctly spell the word. Hope someone can fiqure out the word from my terrible attempt at spelling, but I have a mind block on the word, and would like to be refreshed. Thanks for your help!
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Onomatopoeia?

The formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to.
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Just to add a little bit to Hitchhiker's comments:

The correct spelling is onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeia refers to the use of words which sound like the noise they refer to.

‘Hiss’, 'smack,' 'whoosh,' and 'at-a-tat-tat' are examples of onomatopoeia.
the correct spelling is automotopia. its an english grammar term used to express an action in a way. example. when u open a soda can, it POPS in a loud manner. i hope that helped you =)
onomatopoeia
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The spelling “automotopia” is NOT correct. As the other posts correctly state, the word is, and is spelled:

onomatopoeia

It is pronounced with the emphasis on the penultimate (second to last) syllable. Here is my (non-standardized description) of the pronounciation:

on oh mat oh PEA uh

I hope this was helpful.