See also: hnat, hnát, and hnať

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Etymology 1 edit

From Czech hnát.

Proper noun edit

Hnat (plural Hnats)

  1. A surname.

Etymology 2 edit

From the East Slavic given name, Ukrainian Гнат (Hnat) or Belarusian Ігнат (Ihnat).

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  1. A transliteration of the Ukrainian male given name Гнат (Hnat).

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Etymology edit

From Czech Hnát.

Proper noun edit

Hnat m or f (proper noun, surname, masculine genitive Hnats or (with an article) Hnat, feminine genitive Hnat, plural Hnats)

  1. a surname