verb (used with or without object)
Examples from the Web for jabber
The Gyllenhaal siblings are also a shoo-in, though I fear I would jibber and jabber—and possibly giggle—over Jake.
In their jabber of tongues they said things about her as she passed.The Dust Flower|Basil King
I am not going to sit on the front seat with him, either, and listen to his jabber.A House Party with the Tucker Twins|Nell Speed
I suppose Anton Varcek gave him the idea, in the first place, with his jabber about the danger of a firearms accident.Murder in the Gunroom|Henry Beam Piper
There was a lot of jabber one place about the "Œdipus Complex," for example, but he didn't connect at all.The Book of Susan|Lee Wilson Dodd
"Oh, I presume you have learned to jabber a little French and drum a little music," said the king, shrugging his shoulders.Old Fritz and the New Era|Louise Muhlbach
British Dictionary definitions for jabber
Word Origin for jabber
Word Origin and History for jabber
1650s, spelling variant of Middle English jablen (c.1400), also javeren, jaberen, probably ultimately echoic. Related: Jabbered; jabbering. The noun is 1727, from the verb.