really means "over to". Extensively used in the American Rural South.
I went overt Billy Jo's house fer a-while.
by Hallie December 09, 2003
In your face, obvious, open and observable.

Opposite of covert
"Though the two had been dating for a month, their parents were very concerned about the displays of overt affection."

"An overt lie"
by hanna_xu April 11, 2006
regional dialect for all right (all-vert...overt)
James:were goin to Venus tonight
Rubba Jack:overt...one
by Jumbo Jim December 11, 2006
Being distasteful, annoying, or just plain bad; All that which is not covert (ant.)
"Ew, that new Clay Aiken song is so clearly overt!"
by maanizza January 12, 2004
past tense of "over". Used extensively in the American Rural South.
I went overt Billy Jo's house for a while.
by Hallie December 08, 2003

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