blather (n.) Look up blather at Dictionary.com
"nonsense, foolish talk," 1787, blether, from blather (v.).
blather (v.) Look up blather at Dictionary.com
1520s, blether, Scottish, probably from a Scandinavian source such as Old Norse blaðra "mutter, wag the tongue," perhaps of imitative origin, or from Proto-Germanic *blodram "something inflated" (the source of bladder). Related: Blathered; blathering.