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Gator is another word for alligator.
Gator may also refer to:
People nicknamed Gator
- Mike Greenwell (born 1963), American Major League Baseball player nicknamed "The Gator"
- Ron Guidry (born 1950), American Major League Baseball pitcher
- Gator Hoskins (born 1991), American National Football League player
- Willis Jackson (saxophonist) (1932-1987), American jazz saxophonist
- Mark Rogowski (born 1966), professional skateboarder convicted for a 1991 murder
- Florida Gators, the University of Florida's athletic teams
- San Francisco State Gators, the athletics teams of San Francisco State University
- The athletics teams of Chapin School, an all-girls day school in Manhattan, New York
- Gator, a defensive technique in volleyball popularized by Danny Kinda - see Volleyball jargon
Arts and entertainment
- Gator (film), a 1976 action movie starring and directed by Burt Reynolds
- Gator (game), a swimming pool game
- Gabby Gator, an animated cartoon character, foe of Woody Woodpecker
- Gator, the title character of "Wally Gator", one of the segments from The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series television series
- Gator, a recurring character in Thomas & Friends
- KNGT, a radio station branded "Gator 99.5", licensed to Lake Charles, Louisiana
- Amphibious warfare ships, popularly known as "gators" or "gator freighters"
- GATOR mine system, a US system of air-dropped anti-tank and anti-personnel mines developed in the 1980s
- G/ATOR, or Ground Air Task Oriented Radar, a radar system in development by the United States Marine Corps
- John Deere Gator, a small utility vehicle
- Claria Corporation, formerly Gator Corporation, an Internet advertising company
- Gator, or Gator AdServ, a piece of adware or spyware
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