[16C+] an ear .
[1980s] an ‘earful’, a sufficiency in being talked to, or in overhearing.
[1950s] (Aus.) talking effusively, preaching.
[late 19C–1930s] (Aus.) to cadge, to ask for a loan; thus lug-biter, a cadger; lug-biting, cadging.
[2000s] (N.Z.) a friendly chat.
[late 19C+] to borrow money.
[1950s] (Aus.) to nag.
[late 19C] to beg.
[1960s+] (US black) to confront someone either as to their character or actions, to criticize, both seriously and in fun.
[1900s] (US) to ask for or spend someone’s money.