|Genus (gens) Rátót|
|Country||Kingdom of Hungary|
|Founder||Rathold and Oliver|
|Cadet branches||Feled branch
Rátót (Ráthold or Rátold) was the name of a gens (Latin for "clan"; nemzetség in Hungarian) in the Kingdom of Hungary. According to Simon of Kéza and other chroniclers, the ancestors of the clan were Italians from Caserta, Naples, by name Rathold and Oliver, who settled down in Hungary around 1097 during the reign of Coloman, King of Hungary. They came to Hungary alongside Felicia of Sicily.
The Lorántffy, Kakas de Kaza, Feledi, Putnoki, Jolsvai, Kakas, Gyulaffy, Elefánti, Paksi, Pásztói, Kaplai, Ráday and Tari families were originate from the Genus Rátót.
- Leustach, voivode of Transylvania (1176–c. 1196)
- Rathold, ispán of Somogy County (1203)
- Julius, judge royal (1219–1221; 1235–1239), voivode of Transylvania (1229–1231)
- Baldwin, master of the cupbearers (1233–1234; 1235–1238; 1247–1254)
- Reynold, ispán of Veszprém County (1237–1238)
- Dominic, master of the treasury (1238–1240), killed in the Battle of Muhi
- Norbert, ispán of Veszprém County (1246–1247)
- Matthias, archbishop of Esztergom (1239–1241), killed in the Battle of Muhi
- Roland, palatine (1248–1260; 1272–1273; 1273; 1274–1275), judge royal (1246–1248; 1277), ban of Slavonia (1261–1267; 1277)
- Baldwin, ispán of Zala County (1275–1276; 1276)
- Julius, master of the cupbearers (1275), judge royal (1278)
- Desiderius, ispán of Gömör (1290–1304) and Borsod Counties (1299–1308)
- "Porc" Stephen, master of the treasury (1291–1292), founder of the "Palatine branch"
- Nicholas, master of the cupbearers (1293–1296)
- Ladislaus, ban of Slavonia (1297)
- Roland, palatine (1298–1299; 1303–1307)
- Kakas, ispán of Bodrog and Tolna Counties (1300), killed in the Battle of Rozgony
- Dominic, palatine (1314–1320)
- (in Hungarian) Vajai, Szabolcs (1968): A magyar Roland-ének nyomában. Irodalomtörténeti Közlemények. 334–335.