onomatopoeia + -al
onomatopoeial (comparative more onomatopoeial, superlative most onomatopoeial)
- (obsolete, rare) Of or pertaining to onomatopoeia.
1880, “New Poems by John Payne (Newman & Co.)”, in The Academy and Literature, volume 17, London: Academy Publishing Company, page 153:
But the technique of such work is irreproachable; the onomatopoeial sense of sound is most discriminative.