It's easy to make the sound, and everyone knows what it is. Is there really not a word that accurately describes it?
It's not a moan or a groan as far as I understand those words. It's just audio, no pictures. The sound I'm referring to is the second and third one she makes maybe just a little shorter than her examples. I would be surprised if there's actually a definitive word for it. To describe "Sound of a woman single" sound in that context, I might say squeakwhich is a sort of cute sound.
The word I would use to describe such a sound is orgasmic. Women sometimes make sounds in "unusual" places, such as dance floors. Or in Buffy's case, while fighting. Typically, I've heard these referred to as moans of pleasurebut it seems we're in search of a single word here.
Cry also has the benefit of covering many different varieties of such utterances.
Though not typically used in this context, a think the noun crow would also be applicable. One definition for crow is "an inarticulate cry of pleasure".
Ultimately, however, the word depends on the woman. Sound of a woman single my experience, some tend to yelp "a quick, sharp, shrill cry, as a dog or fox"others squawk "a loud, harsh cry, as a duck or other fowl when frightened"and still others whoop "a loud cry or shout in expressing enthusiasm, excitement".
I prefer the word scream to other words that apply far more commonly to unsexual yelps of a feline or a hircine nature. What's more it makes for a stiff luscious cocktail: As AndrewVit put it, the connotation can be rather different. Here are some synonyms from the 'Concise Oxford Thesaurus', not sure which one you might actually use Thank you for your interest in this question.
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ThinkingStiff 1 5 Have you been watching 'Ken Park'? Is is shriek you're looking for? Autoresponder Shriek sounds scary.
Not really a good fit. Why looking for an unique word? If you have had a sufficient number of partners, you should know that some just sigh, others yell, with all possible intermediates.
This is a tricky one to come up with one apt word without getting into various connotations: A moan is a low sound, generally.
A whimper sounds plaintive or submissive.
A grunt or a groan doesn't sound ladylike. A squeal sounds too drawn out. Andrew Vit 1, 2 13 A moan is a low sound if there's no sexual context, but in the context of sex, I've always heard the noise the OP linked to called a moan. However, that might make it confusing to use the word moan when describing the Buffy example.
Sound of a woman single also relatively commonly heard such sounds called sex noises not soundswhich might actually be your best bet here: I like whimper and I hadn't thought of that.
It's not an exact fit, but pretty close. Maybe "short whimper sound" or "high whimper sound" works best in the Buffy example. I found this example of whimper on that same site: I'm surprised there isn't a more universally Sound of a woman single word for such a common sound.
This is the way the sex ends: Not with a bang, but a whimper.
Then, lustily, she moaned her " oohs " and " ahhs ". Finally, she heaved an ecstatic "sigh". I know, it doesn't answer the question. But I just couldn't resist myself! Mari-Lou A 61k 54 Thrifty Shades of Grey is the wholesale version?
Sound of a woman single Au 9, 4 25 Yelp is one I considered, it just sounds more dog like. I've heard "cries out" used to describe sex, but not really to make a sound. That would be more for saying something during sex.
Count Zero 1 4. I don't think women tweet while they're in bed Squeal and whimper are pretty good. Squeal seems pig-like to me, though. I listed all the synonyms from the dictionary under squeak. Mahnax Depends if she brings her mobile phone along. Parry sound Ontario gonefishn85 33 Single Man Seeking Women.