Informal talk or writing that is wordy, pompous, etc. and largely incomprehensible or meaningless
also sp. gob′ble·de·gook·
Origin of gobbledygookfirst used in current sense by Maury Maverick (1895-1954), United States Congressman: uncertain or unknown; perhaps echoic of turkey cries
Unclear, wordy jargon.
Origin of gobbledygookImitative of the gobbling of a turkey