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blatter

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verb blat·ter \ˈbla-tər\

Definition of blatter

dial

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  to talk noisily and fast



Origin and Etymology of blatter

perhaps from Latin blaterare to chatter


First Known Use: circa 1555

Rhymes with blatter

attar, batter, chatter, clatter, flatter, hatter, latter, matter, natter, patter, plaiter, platter, ratter, scatter, shatter, smatter, spatter, splatter, tatter


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