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6.
(Pronounced Gay-toe) An abbreviation for Gatorade
Guy 1: Yo man when I go to the store should I pick up some Gato for during our intramural basketball game.

Guy 2: Ya dude
by gatoman71 June 16, 2011
 
1.
Cat in spanish...
Hola! Tengo un gato.
by pwnz0r September 19, 2003
 
2.
Translated from spanish, literally just means "cat"
Lalo: "EEEYYYY GGAAATTOOO!!!!"
Gato: (in response) "mmeeeowww!!"
by OG GATO December 14, 2007
 
3.
Spanish for 'cat'. At least in Argentina (can't speak for any other country) it is used:
1. For a female, meaning 'slut' or 'whore'.
2. Less commonly, males of a lower income (the "villeros") use it to call one another.
Mirá, mirá como saca culo! ¡Que gato! ("Look at her wriggling her butt! What a cat!")

"Que onda, gato?" ("What's up cat?")
by Ashlei Rachel August 13, 2011
 
4.
Spanish for cat. Best used by Martin Lawrence in Blue Streak.
Tengo un gato en mis pantalones = I have a cat in my pants.
by look_its_a_name May 21, 2005
 
5.
(n.) a term used by napoleonic complexive men with stumpy dinosauresque arms and pin-sized domes when referring to a female relative. Be warned, these men will also try to use Spanglish in their everyday conversations with women in an attempt to seem hip, worldly and intelligent - it's all a pathetic farse.
"So ya, my sister's coming in to town today. Love that gato. Maybe we could meet up contigo for some enticing fish tacos."
by Teddie Franklin Smallinsky III August 24, 2006
 
7.
(n.) a term used by napoleonic complexive men with stumpy dinosauresque arms and pin-sized domes when referring to a female relative. Be warned, these men will also try to use Spanglish in their everyday conversations with women in an attempt to seem hip, worldly and intelligent - it's all a pathetic farse.
"So ya, my sister's coming in to town today. Love that gato. Maybe we could meet up contigo for some enticing fish tacos."
by Teddie Franklin Smallinsky III August 23, 2006