Definition of blether in English:

blether

verb

[NO OBJECT]Scottish
  • Talk in a long-winded way without making very much sense:

    ‘there's plenty of stuff I could blether about from today’

noun

Scottish
  • 1[mass noun] Long-winded talk with no real substance:

    ‘some stupid blether about puns surrounding the Beatles’
    1. 1.1[count noun] A chat or conversation:
      ‘we sat there for two hours having a blether’
    2. 1.2[count noun] A person who likes to chat or talk at length:
      ‘he knows he can be a blether sometimes’

Origin

Variant form of blather.

Pronunciation

blether

/ˈblɛðə/