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blag, blague1v Talk idly, in a nonserious manner; gossip. See also LIME, OLD TALK. /blag/ (blaguer + E blague ‘pretentious falsehood; humbug; lies’) – gaff, >old talk
(from Lise Winer 2009, Dictionary of the English/Creole of Trinidad and Tobago)