Origin of blab


blab (blæb)

— vb , blabs , blabbing , blabbed

1. to divulge (secrets) indiscreetly

2. ( intr ) to chatter thoughtlessly; prattle
— n

3. blabber a less common word for blabber
[C14: of Germanic origin; compare Old High German blabbizōn, Icelandic blabbra ]
— n , — adj


Origin of /BLAB/
Middle English /blabbe;/ akin to Middle English /blaberen/
First Known Use: 14th century

Source: World English Dictionary

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