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1.
Go squat elsewhere.

Remove yourself from my seat.

A command to someone residing in your spot.
Bitch, absquatulate! You're in my seat, go squat over there!
by Sagegrl November 22, 2009
 
2.
pretentious abscond

A large, stupid word used primarily by liberal arts majors looking to flaunt the size of their dictionary. In the evolutionary tree that is the English language, absquatulates is at the dead-end of a parasite infested branch alongside grandeloquent, inveigle. and socialism.
The liberal arts major chose absquatulates as her email address because it was hard to type and vaguely reminiscent of the sound a duck makes as it's being beaten to death by a rubber chicken.
by george February 26, 2003
 
3.
1. To move off in a rush; to hurry away.

2. To die.

Created from the idea, "go off and squat somewhere," from Latin ab-, "away from" + excoactus, "to sit down" + -ulus, a diminitive suffix + -atus, implying "to do."
1. "Absquatulate, or I'll fry your be-hind."

2. "Go off and absquatulate, you miserable little creep."
by knightshade May 07, 2006
 
4.
To leave quickly or in a hurry; to take oneself off; to decamp; to depart.

Blended jocular mock-Latin word. Arose in America in the 19th century (about 1837). Probably made up of the following parts: The Latin adverb and prefix ab, "away (from)", (maybe taken from abscond), the suffix -ate (maybe taken from perambulate or undulate), and the middle portion, "squatul", which might be a derivation of to squat.
Let's make like an ape and absquatulate.
by madamnaughty October 09, 2009
 
5.
To get off my property, fool.
Il faut que tu pars maintenant.
"I have a shotgun. Absquatulate my premises immediately, for I am your Belladonna."
by [Dunbar]** November 21, 2003