One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
chat, talk idly, chatter, prattle, prate, go on, run on, rattle away, rattle on, gossip, tittle-tattle, tattle, ramble, gabble, jabber, babble, blather, blether, blither, twitter, maunder, drivel, patter, yap, jibber-jabber, cackle
British talk nineteen to the dozen
Irish Scottish slabber
chit-chat, jaw, gas, gab, yak, yackety-yak, yabber, yatter, yammer, chew the fat, chew the rag, shoot one's mouth off, blabber
British witter, rabbit, chunter, waffle, talk the hind leg off a donkey
North American run off at the mouth, shoot the breeze, shoot the bull, visit
NZ Australian mag
archaic twaddle, clack, twattle, claver
chat, talk, conversation, gossip, chatter, chitter-chatter, heart-to-heart, tête-à-tête, powwow, blether, blather
conference, discussion, dialogue, exchange
jaw, gas, confab, gabber
British chinwag, rabbit
Northern English Scottish crack
North American rap, bull session, gabfest
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