Words related to gab
gob (n.2) "mouth," 1540s, from Irish gob "mouth," and thus related to the other English noun gob (also see gobbet). Gob-stopper "type of large hard candy" is from 1928.
gabble (v.) "to talk noisily, rapidly, and incoherently," 1570s, frequentative of gab (v.), or else imitative. Related: Gabbled; gabbling. gabby (adj.) "garrulous, talkative," 1719, originally Scottish, from gab (n.) + -y (2). Related: Gabbiness.