Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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GAIBLE, v. A Rxb. form of Eng. gabble (Rxb.4 1946). Rxb. 1847  J. Halliday Rustic Bard 262:
We've . . . heard the gossips gaible owre their clatters fu' o' blame.

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