• neigh. The sound that a horse makes is called a neigh. A horse's happy neigh is sometimes a greeting to other horses. You can use neigh to talk about the noise your horse makes, also known as a whinny or a bray.

  • Whinny is both a noun and a verb. As a noun, its the sound a horse makes. As a verb, its the horse making the sound. A familiar word with the same meaning as whinny is neigh. And its the horses whinny that tells you hes ready to go for a ride.

    One may also ask, how do you write the sound of a horse? Horses — neigh If youve ever heard a horses sound, you know its hard to describe. In English the sound is written as a neigh, and is called a whinny.

    Besides, what is the difference between a whinny and neigh?

    As nouns the difference between whinny and neigh is that whinny is a gentle neigh while neigh is the cry of a horse.

    Is Whininess a word?

    adjective, whin·i·er, whin·i·est. complaining; fretful; cranky: The baby is whiny because he missed his nap.

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