blether verb
1 to talk nonsense 15-.
2 to gossip, chat: My mother was away down at the camps, blethering to some of the berry-pickers. noun
1 a chat, a conversation: We, your mother and I, will have a blether with them… la19-.
2 a person who talks foolishly or too much; a chatterbox: Ach, dinnae heed me, laird. I’m just an auld blether. [Don’t listen to me, I am just an old person who talks too much.] 19-. etymology: Scots; also in northern Modern English dialect; Old Norse blaðra; compare Norwegian bladra; attested by JS, SS, ET, BW and DW