Onomatopoeia exists in every language, most likely. It's those words that sound like the sound they make. For example birds chirp - and a chirp makes a chirping sound. Ducks quack, tight air whizzes by, etc.
Hebrew is no exception. The Hebrew word for a plug or a cork - that which makes the pkak sound when removed quickly from that which it is plugging - is פְּקַק (pkahk). The word is also used colloquially to mean traffic jam, a situation where the road is plugged or corked.
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