In the Book of Judith, Holofernes is depicted as a babbling drunkard.
The suggestion is that the river is speaking aloud, a comparison to the English expression 'a babbling brook'.
Around six months of age, a child will begin babbling, producing the speech sounds or handshapes of the languages used around them.
By THE banks of a babbling stream, not far from the heart of Hobart, there is an old Tasmanian schoolhouse.
The floor is concrete; there are the usual problems with sound when the room reaches a quorum of babbling diners.
Or about enclosed patios with babbling fountains and the sweet scent of Sevilla's famous oranges.
Thirteen years later, a demented woman shows up in a cemetery babbling about the death.
In 1925, while he was an undergraduate at Balliol College, Oxford, his first work, a poorly received volume of poetry titled Babbling April, was published.
He went up to Balliol College, Oxford, to study history, where, while an undergraduate, he published his first work in 1925—a poorly received volume of poetry, Babbling April.