MEANING: verb intr.: To argue over petty matters.

ETYMOLOGY: From Middle Dutch brabbelen (to quarrel or jabber). Earliest documented use: 1500.

BRIBBLE - a cloth tied loosely around Baby's neck to catch the drooling: a combination of "bib" and "dribble"

BRABIBLE - the Maidenform Handbook

BI-RABBLE - an undisciplined two-part group (like the US Congress)