noun yab·ber \ˈya-bər\

Definition of YABBER

:  talk, jabber <all yabber and chatter ceased around the campfires — Francis Birtles>
yabber intransitive verb

Origin of YABBER

perhaps modification of Wiradhuri (Australian aboriginal language of central New South Wales) ya- speak
First Known Use: 1855


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