Jabber ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Jabber ( verb )

  1. To talk rapidly and at length in an excited or uncontrolled way.
  2. To talk in a language that is not understandable or clear.

Origin:

Probably from imitative origin, or from an old norse word meaning "to chatter".

Examples:

  1. He jabbered away in a language I didn't understand.
  2. She jabbers on about her problems for hours.
  3. The baby jabbers in his own language.
  4. The drunk man was jabbering away in the corner.
  5. She jabbered excitedly about the concert.

(As a noun)

Jabber ( noun )

  1. To talk rapidly and at length in an excited or uncontrolled way.
  2. To talk in a language that is not understandable or clear.

Origin:

Probably from imitative origin, or from an old norse word meaning "to chatter".

Examples:

  1. He jabbered away in a language I didn't understand.
  2. She jabbers on about her problems for hours.
  3. The baby jabbers in his own language.
  4. The drunk man was jabbering away in the corner.
  5. She jabbered excitedly about the concert.
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