Etcetera. Can be used to imply or inquire about the possibility of unknown or unspecified objects or activities.
Yinz goin' dahntahn anat? Literal translation: Are you all going to go downtown? Implied question: What are you going to do there?
by shef November 09, 2003
Anat is very strong willed individual. Some may interpret this as her being stubborn. She is known for being the life of the party and always has a large following suitors trying to win her heart. If you're lucky enough to be chosen by Anat, be ready for greatest, most enthralling experience of your life. The sex will be amazing, the conversations deep and the passion intense. Be weary though, for it is only a matter of time before Anat breaks your heart. For she is like a living a Greek tragedy and can never be satisfied.
I met this girl, Anat, last week and it was the most amazing week of my life. Now she won't return my calls and I'm here alone, heart broken and ruined.
by jedi bob April 04, 2010
Comes from "And That" when said in a sentence its shortened.
We just went to the beach anat!
by FFFFFFFN October 13, 2003
Expression used to finish a sentence, quote or when you are simply short of words.
Quote "DAMM, have a look at the arse on that!"
by malcolm duckett October 14, 2003
A fat ginger monkey who likes nothing better than to spend their time with their thumb up their ass.
Jesus, Rodneys is such a nat, when is he gonna get himself a life.
by Jonny Large Biscuits April 09, 2008
Abbreviation of "and that". Commonly used at the end of a sentence.
George is a real wanker anat.
by Stu October 14, 2003