☺It basically means 'to jest or to mock' or 'to gape'. Here are some versions of it that I wouldn't want to be my future child's name. Well on second thought, Gabba Felton has a nice ring to it, right?
Old Norse (gabba)
North Frisian (gabben)
Middle Dutch (gabben)
Middle Low German (gabben)
☺If you say it with a phlegmy throat, you'd sound like a cross between Frankenstein and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Click here to listen to Frankenegger say gab!
☺I found out while browsing through a Spanish-English dictionary that the word labia pretty much means to have the gift of gab. I labia!
|The Gift of Gab, yall|
☺The Blarney Stone in Ireland is a block of stone in Blarney Castle that is said to endow whoever kisses it the gift of gab. I don't think kissing it is that hard.
☺Gabby is derived from the word gab, obviously. And it means that if an individual is gabby, the person is inclined to talk too much, especially about trivias.