Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Late 19th century; English Middle English (in the sense ‘to bubble’): imitative.
  • babble
  • chatter
  • gush
to speak in an excited manner; babble.
The baby couldn't communicate any way other than to burble.
Usage Over Time

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