See also: TATT, tätt, and tått

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Noun edit

tatt (plural tatts)

  1. (slang) Clipping of tattoo.
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Etymology 2 edit

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tatt (plural tatts)

  1. (UK, gambling, slang, archaic) A die, especially one that is loaded.
    • 1897, Frances Heath Freshfield, The Wrothams of Wrotham Court, page 73:
      "Oh," said Killigrew, "you had the wit not to give yourselves out for sharpers?"
      "Yes, sir; we used common dice; not tatts."
      "You'd best keep the tatts till he's drunk," said Killigrew drily, "for I think you'll find my lord has a head on his shoulders when he's sober."

Etymology 3 edit

Noun edit

tatt (plural tatts)

  1. Alternative form of tatty (kind of woven mat or screen)

Estonian edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Finnic *tatti.

Noun edit

tatt

  1. snot (nasal mucus)

Norwegian Bokmål edit

Verb edit

tatt

  1. past participle of ta
    [] for de ord som du gav mig, har jeg gitt dem, og de har tatt imot dem og kjent i sannhet at jeg er utgått fra dig, og de har trodd at du har utsendt mig.
    [] for the words which You gave Me I have given to them; and they received them and truly understood that I came forth from You, and they believed that You sent Me.

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tatt

  1. past participle of ta

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tatt

  1. (regional, colloquial, nonstandard) supine of ta
    Synonym: tagit (standard)