burble [bur-buh l]
verb (used without object), burbled, burbling.
1. to make a bubbling sound; bubble.
2. to speak in an excited manner; babble.
3. a bubbling or gentle flow.
4. an excited flow of speech.
5. Aeronautics. the breakdown of smooth airflow around a wing at a high angle of attack.
Origin: 1275-1325; Middle English; perhaps variant of bubble
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