I canīt believe it happened. I have been had.
Sound conveying the thumping of running feet.
The running sound made by Cappy.
The walking or running sound made by hamsters.
Daba-Daba (or Dobo-Dobo)
Walking or running soundmade by Boss.
Sound made when Boss jumps down from something.
The sound made when the Ham-Hams dig a hole,scratch.
A expression that conveys a lot of efford, putting your all into something.
The word Auntie Viv uses to express frustration, like "Nuts" or, "Damn".
Sound used to convey disappointment.
A greeting. Encompasses expressions like "Good morning" or "Hello". The hamsters version of the Japanese expression "oha--!".
Sound used when eating; but also used when hamsters are being petted.
Sound made when surprised or confused or when hamsters discover something. Similar to "Huh?!".
Sound used when sniffing. (sniff sniff)
Sound used to conway eating, like "munch-munch"
Sound made when hamsters are embarassed or shy; or when they are cleaning/grooming themselves, or scratching their heads.
Ookyoo! (or Ookwee!)
The cute noise that Penelope makes. Itīs the only thing she can say.
Used when hamsters see something they desire and take off after it.
Sound used to convey sleepiness, like a yawn.
An expression of pain, like "Ouch! It hurts!".
Sound used when a hamster takes a bite out of something. Crunchy sound.
Sound made when the hamsters show their affection for one another. They rub together. The word used in the Jaoanese version, "SURI SURI", came from a Japanese word "Houzuri". It expresses ones affection for another. ('Hou' means cheek, 'Zuri' means to rub) It means "cheek to cheek" in English.
A combination of 'Kossori'- quietly, secretly, stealthily- and Kakureru- to hide. The meaning is "to hide". Of cource, it is cute.
The walking/running sound made by hamsters.
Sound Ham-Hams make when walking.
The sound of sleeping, like ZZZZZ.