cackle - Rumänisch
v. cotcodăci, trăncăni, gâgâi, flecări
Here I was, wrapped up in a Persian rug, packed in tightly between bags of grain, a crate of vegetables and a dozen cages of cackling hens.
And in spite of her misery, she began to cackle right merrily, deep down in her windpipe. It was almost as if she had laughed.
cried the hens; and with that they kept up a continuous cackle.
When the geese noticed the old woman, they stretched out their wings and necks high in the air, ran to meet her, cackling all the while.
"Surprised, ain't you?" Halla cackled.
"Ye calls them 'cher-rubs'," cackled the old man. "Babes, ye fancy they are, with wings.
“Witchin’ magic,” she cackled.
A sudden, crazy cackle exploded from the wizard’s lips.
And it was then that Cogline really began to cackle.
More cackling voices rise in the deeper reaches of the woods and then something roars, momentarily silencing them.