Reverse Dictionary: CHAT – CHD

– addicted to chatter, gossiping TWIT-TWAT 1677 obs.
 chattering A-CHATTER 1828
– chattering, babbling SCLORIN c1870 Sc.
 chattering, full of babble, prating, garrulous BABBLY 1865
 chattering, garrulous GAGGLING 1553
 chattering, garrulous; quarrelling BRIBBLE-BRABBLE 1665 obs.
– chattering, gossiping HAFFLING AND JAFFLING Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 chattering, gossiping; whining, peevish CANKING 1790 Eng. dial.
– chattering, loquacious LOOSE-CLACKED 1661 obs.
 chattering, loquacious, talkative GABBY 1724 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– chattering, loquacious, talkative GEBBY 1742 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– chattering, muttering PAITTERING 1895 Sc.
– chattering, nonsensical, gossiping, garrulous HAVERING 1721 Sc.
– chattering, pert NASHIN 1825 Sc.
 chattering, pert, foolishly talkative GANDYING Bk1900 Sc.
 chattering, talkative NASHIE 1880 Sc.
– chattering, talkative, giddy, flighty, hare-brained RATTLE-HEADED 1647
 chattering, talkative, loquacious GABBING 1810 Sc.
– chattering; peevish; haggling over a bargain NAFFING 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– chattering; said of the tongue ON THE WAG 1900 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– chatty, garrulous, talkative; fluent in speech GABBIE;  GABBY 1719 Sc.
– chatty, talkative, gossipy TALKIFIED 1938 Amer. dial.
– fond of indulging in chatter; given to much talking; loquacious, talkative, always prating GARRULOSE 1727 obs.
– given to chattering and gossiping WAFFLY Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– given to chattering, full of prate, loquacious, talkative PRATEFUL 1802 rare
– given to incessant chattering MOTORMOUTHED 1976 Amer. sl.

– in a chatty manner NEWSY-LIKE 1934 Sc.
– a chat, a conversation CHINWAG 1879 sl.
– a chat, a gossip COOZE;  COUSE 1880 Eng. dial. rare
– a chat, a story, discussion SCANCHUS Bk1904 Ireland
– a chat, a talk CAMP Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a chat, a talk, a conversation CRICK-CRACK 1856 Sc.
– a chat, a talk, a conversation YARN 1852 Aust. sl.
– a chat, a talk, conversation; gossip; tidings, news TELL 1867 Sc. & Eng. & Amer. dial.
– a chat, a talking together; an easy, familiar talk, conversation, or discourse CONFABULATION c1450
– a chat, gossip among neighbours CAILEY;  CALEY;  CAYLEY;  KALEY;  KALY 1843 Ireland
– a chat, gossip, chatter CANK;  CONK 1740 Eng. dial.
– a chat involving the repetition of scandal SCANDAL-CRACK 1873 Eng. dial.
– a chat or conversation YAP 1930 sl.
– a chattering or talking volubly GARRULING 1549 obs. rare
– a chatting or arguing RAG CHEWING L19 US sl.
– a desultory chat; a gossip HAIVER 1842 Sc.
– a friendly chat CRACK 19C Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a friendly chat RAP Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a gathering of women at which there is much chatter and gossip GUMBO-YA-YA 1941 Amer. dial.
– aimless chatter or talk YACKY-YAK E18
– aimless chatter YACKING;  YAKKING 1950s sl.
– aimless chatter, nagging talk NATTER 1866 Sc.
– an insistent barrage of chatter; constant nagging EARBASHING 1945 Aust. sl.
– an occasion of much chatting and gossiping GABFEST Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a noisy chattering YATTERIN 1923 Sc.
– a place to chat in CANKING-PLECK 1874 Eng. dial.
– a stroll on which the walkers chatter together WALKTALK 1910s Aust. sl.
– a sunken area in the floor of a living room where people may gather to chat CONVERSATION PIT 1960s Amer. sl.
– chat, conversation, a gossiping conversation CAMPLE 1867 Eng. dial.
– chat, talk, confabulation, converse, usually of a light or familiar kind, but also used of serious conversation or discussion DALLIANCE c1340 obs.
– chat, talk, conversation PALAVER 1748
– chat, talk, conversation PERLAVER M18
– chatter BARRIKIN L19 sl.
– chatter, as in a restaurant or bar GAG L19 sl.
– chatter, confused, random talk; an idle, purposeless speech RABBLEMENT 1547 obs. Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– chatter, conversation BUZZ 1930 Amer. sl.
– chatter; empty or idle talk; the innocent chattering of children PRITTLE-PRATTLE 1556 rare exc. Eng. dial.
– chatter, foolish talk, nonsense; rarely used in singular HAIVERS;  HAVERS 1787 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– chatter, gabble GAGGLE 1668
– chatter, gossip ABBA-DABBA 1961 US sl.
– chatter, gossip CADDLEMENT 1889 Eng. dial.
– chatter; gossip FLAPJAW Bk2006 US sl.
– chatter, gossip LABRISH 1940s W. Indies
– chatter, gossip, babble TONGUE-WORK 1866
– chatter, gossip, nonsense HAVERING c1800 Sc.
– chatter, gossip, rhetoric, empty boasting OLD TALK 20C W. Indies & Black British usage
– chatter, gossip, scandal SCANMAG E18 sl.
– chatter, gossip, silly, empty talk HOB-GOB B1900 Eng. dial.
– chatter, gossip, trifling dialogue ODD TALK Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– chatter, gossip; the act of gossiping YAG 1866 Sc.
– chatter; idle, foolish, or gossiping talk or story; also, one addicted to such gossip GLAVER a1400-50 obs. rare exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.
 chatter, idle talk BLABBER Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 chatter, idle talk BLOBBER Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– chatter, idle talk GACK Bk1900 Ireland
– chatter, idle talk, conversation CHIN 1894 Amer. dial.
– chatter, idle talk; foolishness, nonsense LALLYGAG 1862 Amer. dial.
– chatter, idle talk, gossip, tittle-tattle TWITTLE-TWATTLE 1556 obs.
– chatter, idle talk; gossip; an unsettled argument CAGMAG 19C Eng. dial.
– chatter, idle talk, jabber; an idle word JANGLE 1340-70 obs.
– chatter, idle talk, tittle-tattle TWIT-TWAT 1677 obs.
– chatter, idle talk; an unsettled argument KEG-MEG Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– chatter, impertinent talk GUM 1751 sl.
– chatter; impudence RAG-SAUCE c1840 sl.
– chatter, impudence; any sort of talk JAW 1748 sl.
– chatter; impudent or contentious talk CHELP 1859 Eng. dial.
– chatter; incoherent, inarticulate, or unintelligible speech, as a foreign language heard by one ignorant of it JABBER 1706 sl.
– chattering, gossip CANKING 1850 Eng. dial.
– chattering, gossiping CABALLING 1891 Eng. dial.
– chattering, idle talk, prattle BAVARDAGE 1835
– chattering, idle talk, senseless babble or prating; a foolish tale BABBLERY 1532 obs.
– chattering, loud talking BAL Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– chattering, talebearing; used chiefly of women CACKLING Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– chattering, talking MAGGING 1814 sl.
– chattering; talkativeness DEBLATERATION 1817
– chatter; irresponsible gossip NIGGER TALK M19 US sl., derogatory
– chatter; loquacity; trifling conversation WHITTER-WHATTER 1808 Sc. obs. or obsolescent
– chatter, noise, din LEDEN;  LIDDEN 1674 Eng. dial.
– chatter, noisy, foolish talk GALDER 1836 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– chatter, noisy, nonsensical talk; idle talk JIBBER-JABBER B1900 Sc.
– chatter, nonsense NOISE Bk1974 colloq.
– chatter, prating PATE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– chatter, prattle PARTLE 1913 Sc.
– chatter, prattle YAFF 1868 Sc.
– chatter, prattle; a talk, gossip, chat MAG 1778 colloq. & Eng. dial.
– chatter; rapid, unintelligible noise; gabbling GABBLEMENT 1833
– chatter, senseless talk; nonsense; gibberish JABBERMENT 1644 colloq. rare
– chatter, scolding RATTLE 1809 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– chatter, small talk; petty or childish talk; continuous talk or prattle TALKEE 1885 colloq.
 chatter, small talk; petty or childish talk; continuous talk or prattle TALKEE-TALKEE 1812
– chatter; talk CHIN-MUSIC Bk1896 sl.
– chatter, talk GAMMON 1781
– chatter, talk GOB Bk1896 sl.
– chatter, talk LINGO Bk1896 sl.
– chatter, talk LIP LOBS Bk1896 sl.
 chatter, talk PATTER Bk1896 sl.
– chatter, talk SNAFFLE Bk1896 sl.
– chatter, talk YACKER 1959 Aust. sl.
– chatter, talk YAKKAPUKEE 1950s Aust. sl.
– chatter, talk YATATA 1940s US sl.
– chatter, talk, a conversation; applied to the speech of the Australian aborigines YABBER 1855 Aust.
 chatter, talkativeness YABBLE 1819 Sc.
– chatter, talk; a word PAITER 1838 Sc.
– chatter, talk; a word PATER 1838 Sc.
– chatter, talk; gabble GABBING 1774 Sc.
– chatter, talk, gossip CHATTERMAG 19C Eng. dial. or colloq.
– chatter, talking ‘at a trot; voluble speech, talkativeness TOLUTILOQUENCE 1656 obs. rare
– chatter, talk, prattle; esp. empty or trifling talk about trivial matters; petty gossip TITTLE-TATTLE a1529
 chatter, the noise of confused talking; scolding; a pack of lies SCAVEL-AN’-GOW Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– chatter, verbosity GABBLE 18C
– chatting up, sweet-talking LYRICSING 1980s Black British sl.
– continuous chatter; rambling and persistent talk YATTER;  YATTER-YATTER 1832 Sc.
– empty chatter, foolishness; nonsense LOLLYGAG M19 sl.
– empty chatter, foolish talk CRACKLE L17 sl.
– empty chatter, nonsense HABDABS;  THE ABDABS 1940s sl.
 empty chatter, nonsense, rubbish; boasting  AIR M19 Amer. sl.
– excessive chatter; a talking to excess MUSH 1913 Amer. dial.
– foolish chatter, idle talk TWIDDLE-TWADDLE 1866
– foolish chatter, nonsense WAB Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– garrulous or foolish chatter SPLASHING L19 sl.
– idle chatter GAB 19C sl.
– idle chattering, gossiping CAFFLING L19 Ireland
– idle chatter, useless talk KAFOOSTER 1970s US sl.
– idle, inconsequent, noisy chatter CACKLE 1676 sl.
– idle, silly chatter, foolish talk, nonsense VILLYAROO 1866 Sc.
– idle, trivial chatter YOP M19 sl., orig. US
– incessant chatter, empty, idle talk YACK 1958 sl.
– loquacious chatter or talk YAK-YAK 1958 sl.
– loud chatter; a cackling, chattering; idle or foolish talk KECKLE 1820 Sc.
– noisy, foolish chatter BABBLEMENT 1892 Eng. dial.
– nonsensical chatter FRABBAJABBA 1950s US sl.
– petulant chattering GAB-NASH 1825 Sc.
– petulant or pert chatter; voluble talk GAB-GASH 1880 Sc.
– predictable, repetitive, essentially meaningless chatter or conversation YADDA YADDA YADDA 1993 US sl.
– vain chatter or wrangling; quarrelling BRIBBLE-BRABBLE 1868 obs.
– vain chatter, petty disputation; paltry discussion PRIBBLE-PRABBLE 1615 chiefly Eng. dial.
– verbose chatter, plausible talk, ‘jaw’ GAMMON AND PATTER 1781 UK sl. obs.
– a chatterbox BABBLE-MERCHANT 19C sl.
– a chatterbox MOUTHAMASSY 1983 W. Indies 
– a chatterbox MOUTHAMASSY LIZA 1994 W. Indies 
– a chatterbox NASH 1942 Sc.
– a chatterbox YANKIE Bk1904 sl.
– a chatterbox; a ‘big mouth’ ALLIGATOR 1910s US sl.
– a chatterbox; a blab; a telltale; a great talker; a gossip; one who cannot keep a secret LAB;  LABBE c1386 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a blab; a tittle-tattler; one who cannot keep a secret LAB-O’-THE-TONGUE 1746 Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a dawdler, a slow mover; a waster of time TARTLE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a dawdler, a slow mover; a waster of time TARTLER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a dawdler, a slow mover; a waster of time TARTLES Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a garrulous person CLACK-BOX 19C Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a garrulous person YABBLE 1880 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a gossip MOUT-A-MASSEY;  MOUT-A-MASSI 1966 W. Indies 
– a chatterbox; a gossip MOUTY-MOUTY;  MOWTI-MOWTI 1942 W. Indies 
– a chatterbox; a gossip TATTLE-MONGER 1848
– a chatterbox; a gossip; a person who talks fast and incessantly, usually to little purpose MOTORMOUTH 1955 sl., orig. US
– a chatterbox; a gossip; a person who talks too much; a loquacious person YACKER;  YAKKER 1959 sl.
– a chatterbox; a gossip; a talkative person LABA;  LABBA 1950s W. Indies
– a chatterbox; a gossip; a talkative person LABA-LABA;  LABBA-LABBA 1950s W. Indies
– a chatterbox; a gossip; one who cannot be trusted to keep secrets MOUTHAR 1970 W. Indies 
– a chatterbox; a lively, thoughtless person; a giddy girl; a flirt RATTLE-CAP B1900 Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a lively, thoughtless person; a giddy girl; a flirt RATTLE-HORN 1785 Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a lively, thoughtless person; a giddy girl; a flirt RATTLE-PATE 1789 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a lively, thoughtless person; a giddy girl; a flirt RATTLE-SCULL;  RATTLE-SKULL 1790 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a loquacious speaker; a tattler GABBOCK 1866 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a loquacious speaker; a tattler; one who cannot keep a secret GAB 1822 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a loquacious, talkative person, usually applied to a woman PATTER 1825 Sc.
– a chatterbox, a malicious gossip; ‘mouth has nothing (better) to do’ MOUT-HAB-NUTTIN-FE-DO 1943 W. Indies 
– a chatterbox; an excessive talker CHIN-WAGGER 1919 Amer. dial.
– a chatterbox; an incessant talker; a gossip CLATTER-WALLET Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; an interminable talker YABB a1838 Sc.
– a chatterbox; an interminable talker; a gossip A TAGUE FOR THE TONGUE c1850 Sc.
– a chatterbox; an interminable talker; a gossip A TAGUE FOR TONGUEING c1850 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a person who talks too much RALLIGUT 1929 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a pert creature YAFF 1887 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a prating gossip TATTLE-BOX 1911 sl.
– a chatterbox; a stammerer; a talkative person HABBERER 1913 Sc.
– a chatterbox, a talebearer, a telltale, gossip, blabber, or a divulger of secrets LONG-TONGUE 1847
– a chatterbox; a talkative, loud-mouthed person; a person who talks a great deal MOUTH ALMIGHTY 1800 colloq., chiefly Brit., usually derogatory
– a chatterbox; a talkative person GASHELBIKE 1916 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a talkative person NIMBLE-CHOPS 1614 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a chatterbox; a talkative person YABBLER 1901 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a talkative person; a prattler; a chatterer PRATTLE-BOX 1671 obs.
– a chatterbox; a talkative woman; a gossip CHATTERMAG 19C Eng. dial. or colloq.
– a chatterbox; a talker MAGSMAN 20C Aust. sl.
– a chatterbox; a tattler; a person who is loquacious and rather impudent in conversation; a pert, talkative person GABBIE 1841 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a thief or cheat KAE 1789 Sc.
– a chatterbox; a voluble talker TATTERER 1885 Sc.
– a chatterbox; one who prates on; a forward, talkative child PRATE-APACE 1636
– a chatterbox; someone who talks interminably in an affected manner; a windbag YAP 1825 Sc.
– a chatterer GAB-BOX 2003 sl.
– a chatterer; a babbler; a blabber; a tale-teller CLATTERFART 1552 obs.
– a chatterer; a babbler, a foolish or idle talker BABLIAMINY 1608 obs. nonce word
– a chatterer; a babbler; a talkative person BABELARD 1678 obs.
– a chatterer; a boring, incessant talker; a loudmouth who refuses to stop talking EAR-BASHER 1941 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a chatterer; a braggart, a boaster MOUTH-OFF 1966 sl., orig. US
– a chatterer; a chatterbox; a talkative, garrulous person MAG 1892 colloq. & Eng. dial.
 a chatterer; a foolish or idle talker; a prater BABBLER 1366-7
– a chatterer; a gossip BLATHERGAB 1942 Amer. dial.
– a chatterer; a gossip GABBLE 19C sl.
– a chatterer; a gossip SACK MOUTH 1980s African-American sl.
 a chatterer; a gossip; a talkative person GABSTER 1870 colloq.
– a chatterer; a gossip; a talkative person; a telltale, tattler, or blabber; one who divulges a secret CACKLER a1400 sl.
– a chatterer; a gossip; a tattler; a babbler CLATTERN 1725 Sc.
– a chatterer; a gossip; a telltale, tattler, or blabber; one who divulges a secret CACKLE a1225 sl.
– a chatterer; a gossip; one who prefers talk to action BARBER’S CAT 1842 sl.
– a chatterer; a long, prosy talker; one who writes tales in newspapers; a story-teller, YARN-SLINGER 1890 sl.
– a chatterer; a loquacious talker RAPPER 1971 sl., orig. US
– a chatterer; a narrator; one who ‘spins a yarn’; a story-teller YARN-SPINNER 1865 colloq.
– a chatterer and a boaster WINDBAG 20C US sl.
– a chatterer; an idle talker; a gossip; a talebearer; a telltale TATTLER 1550
– a chatterer; an idle talker; a prater JANGLER 1303 obs.
– a chatterer; an incessant talker YAABER 1824 Sc.
– a chatterer; an incessant talker YABBOCK 1824 Sc.
– a chatterer; an indiscreet talkative person; a gossip;  one who is loquacious and rather impudent in conversation GABBER 1793
– a chatterer; a noisy fellow; a monotonous, sing-song fellow GALEGALE a1250 obs.
– a chatterer; a person who talks nonsense; one who talks indistinctly or unintelligibly JABBERER 1678
– a chatterer; a person who talks senselessly GIBBLE-GABBLER 1653 obs.
– a chatterer; a person who talks too much YO-YO MOUTH 1975 US sl.
– a chatterer; a person who talks volubly; a stupid fellow RATTLE B1900 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a chatterer; a story-teller, a long prosy talker YARN-CHOPPER 1890 UK sl.
– a chatterer; a talkative, loquacious person YABBERER 1852 Aust. sl.
– a chatterer; a talkative or boastful person GASSER 1855 colloq., orig. US
– a chatterer; a talkative person GABBO;  GABO 1931 US sl.
– a chatterer; a talkative person GASSY 1931 US prison sl.
– a chatterer; a talkative person YAPPER 1901
– a chatterer; a talkative person YAP YAP 1983 Aust. sl.
– a chatterer; a talkative person; a flighty person RATTLEBOX 1869 Amer. dial.
– a chatterer; a talkative person; a gossip GLAB Bk1879 Eng. dial.
– a chatterer; a talkative person; a great talker; a gossip; a babbler TONGUESTER 1871
– a chatterer; a talkative person; a prattler TONGUE-PAD a1700 Eng. dial. & sl.
– a chatterer; a talkative woman WHITTER-WHATTER B1900 Sc. obs.
– a chatterer; a talker LABBER-MOUTH 20C W. Indies 
 a chatterer; a telltale LABRISHER 1940s W. Indies
– a chatterer; a very loquacious person GABBLE-GASH c1875 Sc.
– a chatterer; one who talks nonsense; a tattler; a babbler TWITTLE-TWAT 1662 obs. rare
– a chattering, but not unpleasant, young man AGREEABLE RATTLE L18 sl.
– a chattering child GABBIT CHIT 1808 Sc.
– a chattering fool; a fluent speaker WABBLER Bk1904 sl.
– a chattering, garrulous person MILL-HAPPER 1828 Sc.
– a chattering malcontent; a person who tells a good story; a romancing talker TALE-PITCHER 1898 sl.
– a chattering, noisy person; a gossip CLATTER-STOUP 1822 Sc.
– a chattering or gossiping person; a flighty, restless, or frivolous woman FLIBBERTIGIBBET 1549
– a chattering, pert child; a saucy, impudent fellow SAUCE-BOX 1588 colloq.
– a chattering, pert person GABBY Bk1900 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a chattering, silly person; a simpleton; a fool DAW c1500 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a chattering, stupid person; an incoherent or garrulous person; a lazy, idle fellow HAIVER;  HAVERS 1897 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a chattering, talkative person; a garrulous person YABBLOCK 1880 Sc.
– a chatty person; a gossip BABBLING BROOK 1913 US sl.
– a complainer; one who talks at length, gossips, or chats BAG-PUNCHER 1902 Amer. sl.
– a confirmed chatterbox; a noisy child GABBLE-RATCHET 1888 Eng. dial.
– a continual chatterer; a crabbed, nagging person NATTER 1908 Sc.
– a continual chatterer; a crabbed, nagging person NATTEREL 1919 Sc.
– a foolishly chattering or garrulous person; a fool; a half-wit; a simpleton HAIVEREL;  HAIVREL;  HAVEREL; HAVREL 1772 Sc.
– a great chatterbox; a constant talker MILL-CLAPPER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a malicious chatterer WAG-TONGUE 1902
– an idle chatterer; a foolish, talkative person BLELLUM 1787 Sc.
– an idle chatterer; one who does nothing but twattle; a chatterbox; a babbler TWATTLE-BASKET 1715
– an idle or impertinent chatterer MAGPIE 1632 obs.
– an impertinent chatterer; an impudent person; a talkative person JAY 1523
– an inveterate chatterer; a talkative person GABSLICK Bk1997 Ulster sl.
– a person given to foolish or inconsequential chattering; one who talks nonsense; a garrulous person, a chatterbox HAVERER 1825 chiefly Sc.
– a person who chatters constantly RATTLER1709 rare
– a person who chatters like a parakeet, or dresses in gay apparel PARAKEET 1596
– a person who chatters like a parakeet, or dresses in gay apparel PARAQUITO 1596
– a person who chatters meaninglessly WOOFER 1934 African-American sl.
– a person who is fond of a chat; a conversationalist NEWSER 1900 Sc.
– a pert or voluble chatterer GAB-SNASH 1813 Sc. obs.
– a pert or voluble chatterer; a prattling, forward girl GAB-NASH 1923 Sc.
– a silly chatterer GABBLETRAP 1936 Aust. sl.
– a silly chatterer; a gossip PRITTLE-PRATTLE 1725 now rare or Eng. dial.
– a small, puny, insignificant person given to idle chatter YIFF 1956 Sc.
– a small, puny, insignificant person given to idle chatter YIFF-YAFF Bk1825 Sc.
– a tedious chatterbox; an inflated and senseless talker; a windbag; a long-winded monotonous speaker BAGPIPE 1603
– chatterers YANGLERS Bk1868 obs.
– one is a chatterbox ONE’S TONGUE GOES LIKE A WAG-SAW Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chat and socialize; to converse with another CONVERSATE Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– to chat at length, esp. about trivial matters CHEW THE FAT 20C Amer. sl.
– to chat idly; to gossip CAGMAG 19C Eng. dial.
– to chat in a dawdling, foolish way DAFF Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– to chat or talk in a long gossipy manner; to prate, to babble SCLORE c1870 Sc.
– to chat or talk JIB-JAB 1968 Amer. dial.
– to chat, to converse FAN 1905 Amer. sl.
– to chat, to converse, to talk YARN 1847 sl.
– to chat, to engage in aimless conversation NATTER 1943 UK
– to chat, to gossip BEAT THE BREEZE 1944 Amer. sl.
– to chat, to gossip BEAT THE BULL 1974 Amer. sl.
– to chat, to gossip CAILEY;  CALEY;  CAYLEY;  KALEY,  KALY 1892 Ireland
– to chat, to gossip COOZE 1870 Eng. dial.  rare
– to chat, to make small talk YARD 1960s sl.
– to chat, to socialize GOOF OFF 1950s sl.
– to chat, to speak, to talk VERBIGERATE 1656 obs.
– to chat, to talk CHIN-MUSIC 1962 Amer. sl.
– to chat, to talk at length, to gossip PUNCH THE BAG 1901 Amer. sl.
– to chat, to talk easily together; to converse CONFABULATE 1613
– to chat, to talk idly SHOOT THE BREEZE 1941 US sl.
– to chat, to talk indiscreetly or excessively; to blab out BLOB 1899 Amer. dial.
– to chat, to talk or converse lightly or idly DALLY c1300 obs.
– to chat, to talk, to converse AUGER;  AUGUR 1908 Amer. dial.
– to chat, to talk, to converse, to argue PALAVER 1733 UK sl.
– to chat, to talk, to gossip CAMP 1790 Eng. dial.
– to chat, to talk; to gossip CHIN 1872 Amer. sl.
– to chat; to gossip CRACK 1529 Sc.& Eng. dial.
– to chatter ACKER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chatter CHATTERMAG 19C Eng. dial. or colloq.
– to chatter CLICKET 1573
– to chatter GLOTTER 1656 obs.
 to chatter MAG AWAY 1810
– to chatter MEG 1810
– to chatter SNATTER 1647 obs. rare
– to chatter TROTTLE 1882 Sc.
– to chatter and prate, to talk egotistically; to let one’s tongue run loose BUCK Bk1892 Anglo-Indian
– to chatter either idly or stupidly or both YAK 1949 US sl.
– to chatter idly LOLLIGATE 1940 Amer. dial.
– to chatter idly YELLOP 1898 Eng. dial.
– to chatter idly YOLLUP 1898 Eng. dial.
– to chatter in a pert manner; to talk foolishly, to brag, to boast GANDY 1808 Sc. obs.
– to chatter inconsequentially, to gossip BATSHIT 1960s US sl.
– to chatter inconsequentially; to make empty promises TALK THAT TALK 1930s African-American sl.
– to chatter meaninglessly; to talk fine or big PARLEYVOO 1826 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to chatter meaninglessly, to talk idly WOOF 1934 African-American sl.
– to chatter noisily PRABBLE1881 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– to chatter on incessantly and irritatingly EAT BIRD-SEED 20C W. Indies sl.
– to chatter on incessantly and irritatingly EAT PARROT BACKSIDE 20C W. Indies sl.
– to chatter on incessantly and irritatingly EAT PARROT BAMDAM 20C W. Indies sl.
– to chatter on incessantly and irritatingly EAT PARROT BOTTOM 20C W. Indies sl.
– to chatter on incessantly and irritatingly EAT PARROT-HEAD SOUP 20C W. Indies sl.
– to chatter on interminably and probably tediously BEND SOMEONE’S EAR 1940s sl., orig. US
– to chatter on; to talk incessantly SAW AWAY E19 sl.
– to chatter or speak pertly or saucily; to talk too much CHELP 1820 Eng. dial.
– to chatter or talk low; to whisper QUITHER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chatter pleasantly BURBLE M19 sl.
– to chatter, prattle, talk continuously; to gossip, chat MAG 1810 Eng. dial.
– to chatter tediously YAK IT UP 1940s sl.
– to chatter; to abuse; to use violent language JAW 1748 sl.
– to chatter, to babble, to prate; to talk excessively or noisily JANGLE a1300 obs.
– to chatter, to babble, to talk foolishly or heedlessly; to gossip GLAVER Bk1887 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to babble; to talk loudly and merrily GAFF 1825 Sc. obs.
– to chatter, to blab LAB ONE’S MOUTH 1966 Amer. dial.
 to chatter, to boast, to brag; to talk noisily AIR ONE’S PAUNCH 1928 US sl., chiefly West. usage
– to chatter, to cackle CACK Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to cackle as geese; to talk rapidly CANK 1741 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to discourse, to talk; to gossip; to tell tales TALE c1205 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to gabble GLABBER 1900 Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to gabble, to prattle; to talk rapidly and indistinctly or unintelligibly; to speak volubly and with little sense JABBLE 1570
– to chatter, to gabble, to talk excessively YABBLE 1808 Sc.
– to chatter, to gossip BEAK Bk2006 US sl.
– to chatter, to gossip CADDLE 1889 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to gossip CAG 1875 Eng. dial.
– to chatter; to gossip FAN THE AIR 1929 Amer. sl.
– to chatter; to gossip NABBLE B1900 Eng. dial.
– to chatter; to gossip SCANMAG E18 sl.
– to chatter; to gossip WAB Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to gossip; to betray secrets LABA-LABA;  LABBA-LABBA 1960s W. Indies
– to chatter; to gossip; to idle about KNABBLE Bk1903 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to gossip; to loiter idly about TANK Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to gossip, to make empty promises OLD TALK 20C W. Indies & Black British usage
– to chatter, to gossip, to prate YAG 1866 Sc.
– to chatter, to gossip; to talk in a voluble or excited way YABBER 1808 Sc.
– to chatter, to gossip, to tell as news NEWS 1898 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to growl, to snarl; to chide; to chirp, to twitter GARRE 1382 obs.
– to chatter; to grumble; to mumble; to complain RABBIT ON 1941 sl.
– to chatter, to move the tongue with rapidity; to scold WALLOP 1881 Sc.
– to chatter, to mumble or mutter MAMBLE c1275 obs.
– to chatter, to prate tediously; to gossip GANGE 1825 Sc.
– to chatter, to prate, to babble, to talk excessively DEBLATERATE 1623 rare
– to chatter, to prate, to talk idly PRITTLE-PRATTLE 1552 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to prate; to talk idly; to gossip TITTLE-TATTLE 1583
– to chatter; to quarrel, to bicker HAGGLE 1777 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to ramble on in a confused or foolish manner; to prattle, to talk interminably YATTER;  YATTER-YATTER 1825 Sc.
– to chatter, to rattle SHUCKLE Bk1884 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to rattle, to jingle, to make a noise RICK 1740 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to rattle, to jingle; to make a noise RICKLE 1863 Eng. dial.
– to chatter; to speak fast and indistinctly; to talk thick and fast; to talk gibberish; to speak or say rapidly, incoherently, and without making sense JABBER 1499
– to chatter, to speak, to talk; to talk incessantly GAB 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to talk FAN THE BREEZE 1946 Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to talk FAN THE FIRE 1966 Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to talk continuously, so as to engross the conversation; to talk quickly PARWHOBBLE 1876 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to talk, esp. to seduce, to fool or deceive with a ‘line’ JEFF 1960s African-American sl.
– to chatter, to talk excessively CHIN-WAG 1945 Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to talk excessively CLITTER a1528 obs.
– to chatter, to talk excessively GANGLE a1300 obs.
– to chatter, to talk excessively YACK 1950 sl.
 to chatter, to talk excessively; to gossip BACK THE BREEZE 1958 Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to talk excessively; to talk nonsense; to prate; to nag YAFF 1808 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– to chatter; to talk for the sake of talking; to gossip; to be noisy QUACK Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to talk idly LANGUET c1430 obs. rare
– to chatter, to talk idly; to lie GACK Bk1900 Ireland
– to chatter, to talk idly; to loiter, to lounge, fool around LALLYGAG 1870 Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to talk idly; to loiter, to lounge, fool around; to gad about LOLLYGAG 1870 Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to talk idly, to prate; to scold TATTER 1854 Sc. obs.
– to chatter, to talk incessantly YADDER 1897 Eng. dial.
– to chatter; to talk inconsequentially; to prattle CACKLE 1530 UK
– to chatter, to talk loquaciously; to gossip YAKKER 1961 sl.
– to chatter, to talk loudly or to no purpose; to complain BEAT ONE’S CHOPS 1946 Amer. sl.
– to chatter, to talk loudly or to no purpose; to complain BEAT ONE’S GUMS 1935 Amer. sl.
– to chatter, to talk much, to prate CARP 1377 obs.
– to chatter, to talk nonsense; to prattle BLETHER Bk1911 Sc.
– to chatter, to talk snappishly, noisily, or foolishly; to scold YAP 1895 Sc. & Eng. & Amer. dial.
– to chatter, to talk, to gossip YACKER 1950s Aust. sl.
– to chatter, to talk; to answer saucily; to mouth YAPPER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to talk; to answer saucily; to mouth YOPPER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to talk volubly GAGGLE c1553 obs.
– to chatter, to talk volubly; to prate RATTLE 1870 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to chatter, to talk without stopping MOTORMOUTH 1985 Amer. sl.
– to chatter, to tell tales PASS THE BUCK 1900s US sl.
– to chatter, to utter a harsh or shrill sound; to jar JARGLE 1549 obs.
– to chatter, to utter idly, to babble TWITTLE 1577 obs.
– to chatter, to warble, to twitter JARGON a1366 obs.
– to chat with a friend CARVE UP SCORES 1934 US criminals’ sl.
– to chat with, esp. in a cajoling or flirtatious manner; hence to court; also, to accost or proposition BUZZ 1866 Amer. sl.
– to have a chat; to engage in conversation; to make a call; to have a chat GAM 1851 US sl.
– to speak in a chattering, nagging, or querulous way; to harp on YAUP;  YAWP 1824 Sc.
– to stop someone on the street for a chat BAIL UP;  BALE UP 1990s Aust. sl.
– to utter in a chattering manner; to say or speak with garrulity GARRULATE 1656 obs. rare

a Chatham Islander WEKA Bk1998 NZ sl.

a chauffeur PARKER 1999 UK sl.