Origin of gat; from Scand, as in Dan, Swed, Old Norse gat, an opening, passage, akin to Old English geat: see gate
Origin of gat; from Gat(ling gun)
Origin of gatProbably Dutch, from Middle Dutch.
Origin of gatShort for Gat(ling gun).
(third-person singular simple present gats, present participle gatting, simple past and past participle gatted)
From Gatling gun, after inventor Richard Gatling.
- (New Zealand, slang) A guitar
From guitar, by shortening
- (Scottish and Northern English, or archaic) simple past tense of get
- And Abraham gat up early in the morning (Genesis 1927)