gat n : a gangster's pistol [syn: rod]
- A Gatling gun.
- Any type of gun, though usually in reference to a pistol.
A Gatling gun
- Finnish: gatling
Any type of gun
EtymologyLate Latin cattus
EtymologyFrom late Latin cattus
EtymologyFrom , from . Cognate with Old High German geiz (German Geisz), Old Norse geit (Swedish get), Gothic 𐌲𐌰𐌹𐍄𐍃; and with Latin haedus.
- English: goat
The word Gat can refer to:
- In Israel
- A narrow passage extending inland from a shore; a channel
- Gat (clothing), a traditional article of Korean clothing composed of a cylindrical black hat with wide rims
- Slang term for a handgun, derived from "Gatling gun"
- An honorary title from the Philippines usually accorded to great men or leaders
- A composition set to a cyclic rhythm in North Indian classical music
The acronym GAT can refer to:
- The General Achievement Test taken by Victorian students prior to completing their Victorian Certificate of Education
- The GAT automotive company formerly based in Estonia during the early 60's to late 80's
- The "Gifted and Talented" demographic in education
- Ground Armored Tank, a fictional vehicle from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars video game.
- GAT, the "Guidance Automation Toolkit", one of the pillars of the Microsoft "Software Factory" vision along with the DSLTools
gat in German: Gat
gat in Italian: GAT
gat in Hebrew: גת
gat in Dutch: Gat
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