Meaning of gabbit in English:

gabbit

Pronunciation /ˈɡabɪt/

adjective

Scottish
  • As the second element in parasynthetic compounds: having a mouth of the specified kind; especially having the specified way of speaking, as ill-gabbit, smooth-gabbit, sly-gabbit, etc.

    Recorded earliest in gash-gabbit ‘loquacious’: see etymology section at "gash-gabbit".

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Scottish Antiquary. From gab + -ed.