Definition of yatter in English:

yatter

Line breaks: yat¦ter
Pronunciation: /ˈjatə
 
/
informal

verb

[no object]
  • Talk incessantly; chatter: dear old Betty was yattering at me on Sunday
    More example sentences
    • They'd gone back to their room, to yatter about sex under the covers in dim light and comfort.
    • Since I had only spoken to him once all night, I knew exactly what he was yattering on about and so I reacted.
    • Probably I just realized I'd been yattering for a while, and stopped.

noun

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  • Incessant talk: there is no place like home for random yatter

Origin

early 19th century: imitative, perhaps suggested by yammer and chatter.

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