Origin of gibberishfrom gibber
The definition of gibberish is rapid talk that is impossible to understand.
An example of gibberish is when someone is rambling on about things that make absolutely no sense.
- Unintelligible or nonsensical talk or writing.
- a. Highly technical or esoteric language.b. Unnecessarily pretentious or vague language.
Origin of gibberishProbably from gibber -ish
(usually uncountable, plural gibberishes)
(comparative more gibberish, superlative most gibberish)
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- He spoke in tear-filled gibberish she didn't understand, and she moved away to the door.
- Gabble or gibberish.