An onomatopoeia is a word that represents a sound.
Del lat. tardío onomatopoeia, y este del gr. ὀνοματοποιΐα onomatopoiḯa.
f. Formación de una palabra por imitación del sonido de aquello que designa. Muchas palabras como quiquiriquí han sido formadas por onomatopeya.
f. Palabra cuya forma fónica imita el sonido de aquello que designa; p. ej., runrún.
The DLE has entries for some of this words, like bum for the sound of an explosion, or zas for the sound of a hit (as debated in a previous question), or quiquiriquí for the Spanish version of "cock-a-doodle-do!".
The DPD also has an official list of abbreviations were one could look up if an abbreviation is accepted. This is because I just can't go and say that "Prdnte." means "Presidente". I mean... I could, but no one would understand it, because the official abbreviation is "Pdte.".
Likewise, I can't just go and say that "cracachof" is the onomatopoeia for a tree cracking and falling into a lake. I could, but I don't think anybody would understand it without explanation.
So my question is: is there an official list of recognized Spanish onomatopoeic words, like the one the DPD has for abbreviations?