blatter

verb
blat·​ter | \ˈbla-tər \
blattered; blattering; blatters

Definition of blatter 

intransitive verb

dialect

: to talk noisily and fast

First Known Use of blatter

circa 1555, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for blatter

perhaps from Latin blaterare to chatter

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