trit trot


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Hi all, thanks for reading my question.

I came across 'trit trot' in a storybook.

First goat: trit trot trit trot.
Baby Troll: Halt, who goes there? Stop in the name of the troll.

I googled it but it seems that this word can be used not only in aimals.

I wonder what this word means or refers to when it's related to goats.

Thanks again.
  • Glenfarclas

    Senior Member
    English (American)
    It sounds like an expression of the noise an animal with hooves makes while walking over a hard surface (like a stone bridge). With horses, the sound is usually given as "clip clop."
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