yatter

[ yat-er ]
/ ˈyæt ər /
Informal.

verb (used without object)

to chatter or jabber.

noun

chatter; idle talk.

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Origin of yatter

1865–70; perhaps ya(p) + (cha)tter

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British Dictionary definitions for yatter

yatter
/ (ˈjætə, Scottish ˈjɑtər) Scot /

verb (intr)

to talk at length; chatter

noun

continuous chatter

Word Origin for yatter

of imitative origin
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