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The word Gat most likely refers to one of the below.
- Gat air pistol, an old model of air pistol.
- Gat (hat), a traditional article of Korean clothing composed of a cylindrical black hat with wide rims
- Gat (landform), a deep, narrow water channel scoured by currents flowing back and forth
- Gat (music), a composition set to a cyclic rhythm in instrumental North Indian classical music
- Gat, a slang term for a handgun, derived from "Gatling gun", which can also refer to firearms more generally
- Gat, an honorary title from the Philippines usually accorded to great men or leaders
- gat, The ISO 639-3 code for the Kenati language
- Gat gun, a slang name for the invasive weed kudzu
- Khat, also known as gat, a plant that is chewed as a natural stimulant in the Near East and Africa
- Gat, Iran, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Gat, Israel, a kibbutz in modern Israel
- Gat Rimon, a moshav in central Israel
- Gát utca, a short quiet street off Haller utca in central Ferencváros, Budapest, Hungary
- Gath (city), also known as Gat, an ancient Philistine city mentioned in the Bible
- Fisherman’s Gat, a channel in the Thames Estuary
- Kiryat Gat, a city in modern Israel
- Veerse Gat, a sea channel between Walcheren and Noord-Beveland islands in Zeeland in the Netherlands
- Hat, Azerbaijan, also known as Gat, a village under the control of the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh Republic
- Gat, Croatia, a village near Belišće
- Gat Pangil, a chieftain in the area now known as Laguna Province, Philippines
- Gat Stires (1849-1933), a Major League Baseball right fielder
- Azar Gat (born 1959), an Israeli researcher and author on military history
- Eliahu Gat (1919–1987), an Israeli landscape painter
- György Gát (born 1947), a Hungarian television director and producer
The acronym GAT can refer to:
- GAT (aviation) General Air Traffic. All flights which are conducted in accordance with the rules and procedures of ICAO and/or the national civil aviation regulations and legislation.
- GAT (jeans), a clothing company specializing in jeans and shirts
- GAT automotive company, a company based in Estonia during the early 1960s to late 1980s
- GAT-X series or Gressorial Armament Tactical, a term for a Mobile Suit Gundam SEED mobile fictional weapon
- GAT-1, the GABA transporter 1, a human protein
- General Achievement Test, a test taken by students in Victoria, Australia prior to completing their Victorian Certificate of Education
- Gifted and Talented program, a demographic in education
- Global Academy of Technology, an engineering college in Bangalore, India
- Great Ape Trust, an ape sanctuary in Des Moines, Iowa in the United States
- Greek Air Transport, a Greek-flagged airline that operated domestic and international airline service from 1947 to 1951
- Ground Armored Tank, a fictional vehicle from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars video game
- Guidance Automation Toolkit, one of the pillars of the Microsoft "Software Factory" vision along with the DSLTools
- 8GAT, the British Rail Class 460 electrical multiple unit built by Alstom from 2000
- C7.GAT protein, a zinc finger protein based on the C7 protein
- Glycine N-phenylacetyltransferase, an enzyme
- "gat - Definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary". Retrieved 2008-04-17.
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