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Gato is a Spanish, Portuguese and Galician word for cat.
Gato may also refer to:
- Edgardo Obregón, football prodigy from Mexico, nicknamed "Gato"
- Gato Barbieri, Argentinean jazz tenor saxophonist and composer of the 1960s and 1970s
- Gastón Gaudio, Argentinian tennis player, nicknamed "El Gato"
- Reginald Ortiz III, former football player and kidnapper, nicknamed "El Gato"
- Orlando Melendez, Harlem Globetrotters basketball player, nicknamed "El Gato"
- Pat Tanaka, Hawaiian wrestler who has used the ring name "El Gato"
- Gato Eveready, Mexican professional wrestler, known as "El Gato"
Fiction and Media
- Anavel Gato, character in the anime Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory
- El Gato Negro refers to two comic-book characters featured in the Azteca Productions' Universe
- El Gato: Crime Mangler, comic by Michael Aushenker
- Hombre Gato ("Cat Man"), South American legend
- El Gato, main character in the novel Keeper by Mal Peet
- Poosy Gato, the resident cat in Gordo (comic strip)
- Gato is also nickname of Puss in Boots (Puss in Boots 2011)
- Gato (computer game)
- Gato, video-game character from Garou: Mark of the Wolves
- Gato, video game character from the Chrono Trigger series
- Gato class submarine
- USS Gato (SS-212), submarine used in World War II
- USS Gato (SSN-615), submarine used in the Cold War
- Gatos de Madrid, a rugby team founded in 2009 which represents the Community of Madrid in the Super Ibérica de Rugby league.
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