Other Words for Jargon

Jargon Noun Synonyms
blether or also blather, chatter, babble, gibberish, jabber, gabble, gobbledegook or gobbledygook, prattle, patter, drivel, cackle, jabberwocky, twaddle, (stuff and) nonsense, rubbish, codswallop, balderdash, bunk, humbug, palaver, bavardage
When I questioned my bank manager about the fee, he just gave me a lot of jargon.

Jargon Verb Synonyms
cant, argot, parlance, idiom, vernacular,, patois, Creole, dialect, pidgin, lingo
In the jargon of philately, this is known as a 'first day cover'.

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Patter / Palaver

Jargon Aphasia

Science / Psychiatry / Jargon Aphasia: incoherent, meaningless, neologistic speech MORE

Articulate

Health / Pilates / Articulate: In exercise jargon, this means to differentiate the spinal column one vertebra at a time. MORE

Vita

Entertainment / Literature / Vita: The word vita has two common meanings in English scholarship. First, for medievalists, a vita is a medieval literary genre, one commonly called 'a saint's life' or a 'hagiography.' The saint's life is MORE

Breadstick

Entertainment / Tennis / Breadstick: Jargon for winning (or losing) a set 6-1, with the straight shape of the '1' being evoked supposedly by the straight shape of a breadstick. The term seems to be used relatively rarely. MORE

Fry

Entertainment / Tennis / Fry: Jargon for winning (or losing) a set 6-1, with the straight shape of the '1' being evoked supposedly by the straight shape of a potato fry. The term seems to be used relatively rarely. MORE

Aggro

Entertainment / Video Games / Aggro: Jargon, derived from the word 'aggravation' can be either a noun or a verb referring to the possibility of a computer-controlled character attacking a player. MORE

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