[late 14C+] to talk.
1. a gathering for talk; a spell of talking; a prolonged conference or conversation.
2. garrulous, unrestrained talk.
[19C] a chatterer, an idle talker.
[20C+] (US) a talker, esp. a convincing talker.
[1940s] (Aus.) a gossip.
[20C+] (Ulster) a talkative person.
see talk one’s head off under talk v.