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babbler

[ bab-ler ]
/ ˈbæb lər /
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noun
a person or thing that babbles.
any of the birds of the family Timaliidae, many of which have a loud, babbling cry.
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Origin of babbler

First recorded in 1520–30; babble + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for babbler

babbler
/ (ˈbæblə) /

noun
a person who babbles
any of various insect-eating birds of the Old World tropics and subtropics that have a loud incessant song: family Muscicapidae (warblers, thrushes, etc)
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