Definition of yatter in English:

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yatter

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

[mass noun]
Incessant talk: there is no place like home for random yatter

Origin

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

Words that rhyme with yatter

attar, batter, bespatter, chatter, clatter, flatter, hatter, Kenyatta, latter, matamata, matter, natter, patter, platter, ratter, regatta, satyr, scatter, shatter, smatter, spatter, splatter

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