We all believe dogs in the Philippines go “aw, aw, aw”, while in English countries they go “woof, woof” or “bow wow”. But the onomatopoeic sound of a dog's bark is also interpreted in other European and Asian languages as shown here:
In Arabic, dogs' bark (hau hau; how how) sounds like a question.
Romanian dogs appear to have bi-lingual barks (ham ham and the hau hau)
Burmese dogs' bark (woke, woke) is like an order for us to get up in bed.
But the queerest bark (meong-meong) goes to Korean dogs, which sounds more like a meow.
For more interpretations of dog barks in foreign languages, click here.