Gibberish is a generic term in English for talking that sounds like speech, but has no actual meaning (such as "ja sun tecumba tapar") or ("la bgud duyier jusrekd, oh mai!"). English is a West Germanic language originating in England and is the First language for most people in the United Kingdom, the United States Speech refers to the processes associated with the production and perception of Sounds used in Spoken language. This meaning has also been extended to meaningless text or gobbledygook, such as "the cats are eating my shmibbleboop, someone save the prostate gland from defibble nozzle sands". Gobbledygook or gobbledegook (sometimes shortened to gobbledegoo, gobbledeegook or other forms) is an English term used to describe nonsensical The common theme in gibberish statements is a lack of literal sense, which can also be described as a presence of nonsense. In the realm of computers, the displaying or printing of binary (non-text) data due to a fault in hardware and/or software is called gibberish (e. g. simulated by entering "TYPE C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CMD. EXE" or "cat /bin/sh"). It is also a "language" frequently used by teenagers that can be understood, in which the words are divided by syllables and the first sound is spoken, followed by "idiga", then the last sound.
A family of language games in English are sometimes referred to as "Gibberish". A language game (also called secret language or ludling) is a system of manipulating spoken words to render them incomprehensible to the untrained ear Gibberish is a language game similar to Pig Latin which is played in the United States. Comedian Sid Caesar was noted for what he called "double-talk", an ability to speak varieties of nonsense syllables that sounded (to Americans) as if he was speaking various foreign languages. Isaac Sidney "Sid" Caesar (born September 8, 1922) is an Emmy Award -winning American comic actor and writer known as the leading man
The term is first seen in English in the early 16th century . There are two common theories of origin for the term "gibberish". One says that the basis is in the old word "gibber" which is allied to "jabber". A word is a unit of Language that carries meaning and consists of one or more Morphemes which are linked more or less tightly together and has a Phonetic However, the use of "gibberish" is recorded before the use of "gibber", which weakens this theory. A second explanation says the word comes from the name of the eighth-century alchemist Jaber ibn Hayyan, who invented a strange terminology so that his works could not be understood by others, thus protecting himself against charges of heresy. The 8th century is the period from 701 to 800 in accordance with the Julian calendar in the Christian / Common Era. Alchemy a part of the Occult Tradition is both a philosophy and a practice with an ultimately unknown aim involving the improvement of the alchemist as well as the making of For the 12th century astronomer see Jabir ibn Aflah. For the anonymous 14th century Spanish alchemist see Pseudo-Geber. Terminology is the study of terms and their use Terms are Words and Compound words that are used in specific contexts Heresy is an introduced change to some system of belief especially a religion that conflicts with the previously established canon of that belief
In the "Sons of Arizona" storyline of the comic series "Y: The Last Man", Yorick Brown's compatriots Agent 355 and Dr. Y The Last Man is a Comic book series by Brian K Vaughan and Pia Guerra, about the only man to survive the mysterious simultaneous Y The Last Man is a Comic book series written by Brian K Vaughan and published by Vertigo Comics, about the sole survivor of Agent 355 was the Code name of a Spy during the American Revolution, thought to be part of the Culper Ring; her real identity is unknown Allison Mann communicate in Gibberish when not wishing to be understood. A woman the trio have encountered instantly recognizes the Gibberish, describing it to Yorick (who had been told it was Chinese) as "like Pig Latin that only girls know".