(ble-thir) dialect, chiefly scot.
~n. 1. person who chatters incessantly; one who babbles on and on.
~v. 2. to engage in conversation, long-winded or idle talk
1- ("That wee yin o' yours is an awfy blether gettin'")
2- ("Ah met yer granny doon the toun, we hud a richt guid blether the gither")
Por - ali - 12 de enero de 2006
a gathering of friends at a pub where drunken stories are exchanged
Thir isnae an embarrassment in the world that cannae be erased by a bit ay blether and a few bevvies.
Por Bmose 02 de agosto de 2006
a social gathering of which the sole purpose is to get drunk and bullshit with friends
This is not a formal gathering, more of an excuse to meet up and have a blether
Por the Chef 03 de marzo de 2005
to blaze

to get stoned

derived from tea time being at 4:20 at the blethering place...hence to blether

dude, lets blether.
Por seb and sho 10 de agosto de 2008
Fictitious word that is of no meaning to anyone except feminine men who wear blonde pirates wigs and seventies outfits.
Ya cannae blether aboot a word when nae one kens what it means
Por Robert the Bruce 05 de marzo de 2003

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