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There are not many variations of Gibberish in the English-speaking world. They use -itherg-, “thg”, -elag-, -itug-, -uthaga-, -uvug-, -idig-, -atheg- (th in then and the two vowels are pronounced with a schwa), and -adeg-. The dialects are given different names. Another form of gibberish known as allibi is spoken using the insertion -allib-.

“-idig- “-uddag-“, “-uvug-“, “-uthug-[edit]

These four dialects of Gibberish are spoken by adding the infix to each syllable after the onset. Example:

  • dog →didigog, duddagog, duvugog
  • cat →cidigat, cuddagat, cuvugat

When a syllable starts with more than one consonant, the infix is added after the onset consonants. Example:

  • creek →cridigeek, kruddageek, cruvugeek
  • strong →stridigong, struddagong, struvugong

When the syllable begins with a vowel, that vowel is used in place of the first i in the -ithieg- infix. Example:

  • all → idigall, uddagall, uvugall
  • eat → idigeat, uddageat, uvugeat

Words of more than one syllable repeat the rules for each syllable.

  • example →idigexidigampidigle, uddagex-uddagam-puddagle, uvugex-uvugam-puvugle
  • flower → flidigow-idiger, fluddagow-uddager, fluvugow-uvuger [2]
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