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Chatter

  • Arabic(DMG):
    • modern standard Arabic: [1, 2] ثَرْثَرَة (ṯarṯara) → arf, هُرَاء (hurāʾ) → arf
    • Egyptian Arabic: [1, 2] غَلَبَة (ġalaba) → arf[4], لَتّ (latt) → arm[5], نَقُورَة (naqūra) → arf[6]
    • Levantine Arabic:
  • English: [1] twaddle→ en; [2] gossip→ en
  • French: [1] blablabla→ frm; [2] ragots→ frm
  • Greek (new): [1] φλυαρία (flyaría)→ elf; [2] κουτσομπολιό (koutsombolió)→ eln
  • Hebrew(CHA): [1] פִּטְפּוּט (piṭpūṭ) → heym, [2] רֶכֶל (ræḵæl) → heym, רְכִילוּת (reḵīlūṯ) → heyf
  • Italian: [1] chiacchire→ itf pl., ciance→ itf pl., [2] maldicenze→ itf pl., pettegolezzi→ itm pl.
  • Yiddish(YIVO): [1] געפּלאַפּל (chuckle) → yin, [2] רכילות (rekhiles) → yin
  • Kurdish:
  • Maltese: [1, 2] Collective:ċaċċir→ mtm / Noun unitatis:ċaċċira→ mtf, ċaċċrar→ mtm, Collective:sersir→ mtm / Noun unitatis:sersira→ mtf, Collective:tpaċpiċ→ mtm / Noun unitatis:tpaċpiċa→ mtf, Collective:taqsis→ mtm / Noun unitatis:taqsisa→ ptf , Collective:tlablib→ mtm / Noun unitatis:tlabliba→ ptf, Collective:tqassis→ mtm / Noun unitatis:tqassisa→ ptf
  • Low German: [1] Snack→ ndsm
  • Portuguese: [1] conversa fiada→ ptf, conversa mole→ ptf, lero-lero→ ptm; [2] fofoca→ ptf
  • Swedish: [1] pladder→ sv, babble→ svn, kallprat→ svn; [2] skvaller→ sv
  • Spanish: [1] follaje→ itm
  • Czech: [1] kec→ csm