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Date: 1400-1500
Origin: From the sound

jabber

verb
     
jab‧ber [intransitive and transitive]
to talk quickly in an excited and unclear way - used to show disapproval:
The tourists were jabbering away on the bus.
jabber noun [singular, uncountable]

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