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gib·ber

 (jĭb′ər)
intr.v. gib·bered, gib·ber·ing, gib·bers
To prattle and chatter unintelligibly.
n.
Unintelligible or foolish talk.

[Imitative.]

gibber

(ˈdʒɪbə)
vb
1. to utter rapidly and unintelligibly; prattle
2. (Zoology) (intr) (of monkeys and related animals) to make characteristic chattering sounds
n
a less common word for gibberish
[C17: of imitative origin]

gibber

(ˈɡɪbə)
n
1. (Physical Geography) a stone or boulder
2. (Physical Geography) (modifier) of or relating to a dry flat area of land covered with wind-polished stones: gibber plains.
[C19: from a native Australian language]

gib•ber

(ˈdʒɪb ər, ˈgɪb-)
v.i.
1. to speak inarticulately or meaninglessly.
2. to speak foolishly; chatter.
n.
3. gibbering utterance.
[1595–1605; perhaps frequentative of gib (obsolete) to caterwaul (see gib2); sense and pronoun influenced by association with jabber]

gibber


Past participle: gibbered
Gerund: gibbering

Imperative
gibber
gibber
Present
I gibber
you gibber
he/she/it gibbers
we gibber
you gibber
they gibber
Preterite
I gibbered
you gibbered
he/she/it gibbered
we gibbered
you gibbered
they gibbered
Present Continuous
I am gibbering
you are gibbering
he/she/it is gibbering
we are gibbering
you are gibbering
they are gibbering
Present Perfect
I have gibbered
you have gibbered
he/she/it has gibbered
we have gibbered
you have gibbered
they have gibbered
Past Continuous
I was gibbering
you were gibbering
he/she/it was gibbering
we were gibbering
you were gibbering
they were gibbering
Past Perfect
I had gibbered
you had gibbered
he/she/it had gibbered
we had gibbered
you had gibbered
they had gibbered
Future
I will gibber
you will gibber
he/she/it will gibber
we will gibber
you will gibber
they will gibber
Future Perfect
I will have gibbered
you will have gibbered
he/she/it will have gibbered
we will have gibbered
you will have gibbered
they will have gibbered
Future Continuous
I will be gibbering
you will be gibbering
he/she/it will be gibbering
we will be gibbering
you will be gibbering
they will be gibbering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gibbering
you have been gibbering
he/she/it has been gibbering
we have been gibbering
you have been gibbering
they have been gibbering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gibbering
you will have been gibbering
he/she/it will have been gibbering
we will have been gibbering
you will have been gibbering
they will have been gibbering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gibbering
you had been gibbering
he/she/it had been gibbering
we had been gibbering
you had been gibbering
they had been gibbering
Conditional
I would gibber
you would gibber
he/she/it would gibber
we would gibber
you would gibber
they would gibber
Past Conditional
I would have gibbered
you would have gibbered
he/she/it would have gibbered
we would have gibbered
you would have gibbered
they would have gibbered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gibber - unintelligible talkinggibber - unintelligible talking    
hokum, meaninglessness, nonsense, nonsensicality, bunk - a message that seems to convey no meaning
abracadabra - gibberish and nonsense
babble, babbling, lallation - gibberish resembling the sounds of a baby
blather, blatherskite - foolish gibberish
double Dutch - an incomprehensible talk
double talk - deliberately unintelligible gibberish
gabble, jabber, jabbering - rapid and indistinct speech
mumbo jumbo - language or ritual causing, or intending to cause, confusion
Verb1.gibber - speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantlygibber - speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
mouth, speak, talk, verbalise, verbalize, utter - express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
blather, blether, blither, smatter, babble - to talk foolishly; "The two women babbled and crooned at the baby"
2.gibber - chatter inarticulately; of monkeys
let loose, let out, utter, emit - express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); "She let out a big heavy sigh"; "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"

gibber

verb gabble, chatter, babble, waffle (informal, chiefly Brit.), prattle, jabber, blab, rabbit on (Brit. informal), blather, blabber Radio preachers were gibbering about the end of the world.

gibber

verb
To talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly:
Translations
يَرطن، يُبَرْبِر
breptat
plabre
összevissza beszél
òvaîra, bulla
lementipaistalastauškalaiveblenti
murmulētvervelēt
tárať nezmysly
anlaşılmaz şekilde konuşmak

gibber

[ˈdʒɪbəʳ] VI [person] → farfullar, hablar atropelladamente; [monkey] → chillar
to gibber with rage/fearfarfullar a causa de la ira/del miedo

gibber

[ˈdʒɪbər] vibredouiller

gibber

vi (ape)schnattern; (foreigner)plappern; he gibbered at meer plapperte or schnatterte drauflos (inf); to gibber with rage/fearvor Wut/Angst stammeln; a gibbering idiotein daherplappernder Idiot; I was a gibbering wreck by this stageda war ich schon so nervös, dass ich nur noch Kauderwelsch herausbrachte

gibber

[ˈdʒɪbəʳ] vi (monkey) → squittire confusamente; (idiot) → farfugliare
to gibber with rage → non connettere più dalla rabbia

gibber

(ˈdʒibə) verb
to make meaningless noises. He was gibbering with fear.
ˈgibberish (-riʃ) noun
nonsense. His explanations are just gibberish to me.
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And a vast inland sea once existed, but now there are only rolling sand dunes and lakes of gibber stones.