I have yet to hear the true tongues spoken. I have been in churches that practiced it, but no true occurrences ever manifested and as the one posted mentioned, there is no need of the tongues if all already speak the same language.The only thing I can judge is whether or not they interpreted their 'gibberish' or not, and if they or someone else did not interpret it, they were out of order.
That doesn't sound like gibberish to me but other gibberish is easy to spot. Unless practiced, no one can ever say the same "words" in order that they did before simply because many times it is simply made up on the spot. The Navajo naturally could say the same sentences since their language is a real language, regardless of pronunciation.Have you ever listened to the Navajo language? Utter gibberish. It most of the time does not 'sound' like a language. More like a collection of animalistic type grunts. If I heard it spoken in a church somewhere not knowing it was Navajo, I might be tempted to judge it as 'just gibberish'.
Yep, that's it alright...Since you spoke of the 'definition' of gibberish, you got my curiosity up, so I looked it up: