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Date: 1400-1500
Origin: yomer 'to talk quietly, be sad' (12-15 centuries), from Old English geomrian

yammer

verb
     
yam‧mer also yammer on [intransitive]
informal to talk continuously in a way that is annoying:
a crowd of yammering aunts and cousins

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