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These sound even more like logo. Or even lovo. I suppose if you're not native even an English g and b can be a bit similar. https://forvo.com/word/lobo/#pt http://www.linguee.com/spanish-english/translation/lobo.html
Kitsune ... Aregato, Gracias, Merci, Thanks... obrigado muito pela informação. O uivo: a voz do lobo e de outras feras. Leão? Tigre? O leão, em francês, « rugit » (v. rugir); o tigre « feule » (v. feuler); o lobo « hurle » (hurler). Obrigado outra vez (merci encore). 2015-07-25
fall doesn't need an object (Miss Johnson had a fall yesterday) as for fall down, we'd use it for when something falls from where it normally is (she slipped and fell down or the picture fell down (from the wall)) I think like it's something like that (English isn't my first language)