For additional context it is from the anime 「のんのんびより」

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  • @ElectroVagrant
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    217 days ago

    The closest I could find that seems like it may be relevant given the context was this entry for いらいら, but I don’t think that’s correct either tbh.

    • @cameron_
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      216 days ago

      While there seems to be a more specific explanation in this case, I believe it’s fairly common that for onomatopoeic or mimetic words with repeating syllables the last one can be replaced by り、ん or something else. E.g. ぺたぺた、ぺたり、ぺたん、ぺたんこ. So your result is close enough I’d say.