Someone who likes to talk about other people’s private or personal business.
“Be careful what you say to him: he’s a bit of a gossip.”
Idle talk about someone’s private or personal matters, especially someone not present.
“According to the latest gossip, their relationship is on the rocks.”
“I have a juicy piece of gossip to share with you.”
Idle conversation in general.
A genre in contemporary media, usually focused on the personal affairs of celebrities.
“a gossip columnist”
“a gossip blog”
A sponsor; a godfather or godmother; the godparent of one’s child.
A familiar acquaintance.
Title used with the name of one’s child’s godparent or of a friend.
To talk about someone else’s private or personal business, especially in a manner that spreads the information.
“blab|dish the dirt|spill the tea|talk out of turn|tell tales out of school”
To talk idly.
“chat|chatter|chew the fat|chinwag|natter|prattle|shoot the breeze”
To stand godfather to; to provide godparents for.
To enjoy oneself during festivities, to make merry.