Yorkshire slang for "something."
Can also, more specifically, mean "something like that."
by Jack August 5, 2003
I'll have to tie you to the dog or summat.
by Are-kun` December 13, 2006
some of that
I want summat
by Dani May 22, 2003
The top level, a peak, the top of a mountain, gathering of leaders
"There is a radar station on this mountain's summat".
by brainfreeze218 August 13, 2009
Slang for 'somewhat'.
It can be summat annoying but necessary.
by StephenSLR February 16, 2011
A word used to shorten the phrase, "Something like that".
John Doe said to his friend, "I think I will go catch a movie or summat."
by Rob Feind August 22, 2006
A phrase that has obtained popular use in areas of the UK containing northerners, chavs, or rural folk. It means "something or whatever", usually used in an inquisitive sense or as a dismissal of lack of knowledge following an observation. Irritating to hear for anyone who speaks real English.
D'you wanna come dahn 'ere 'n watch summint or summat?
He was blatherin' on 'bout jobs or summint or summat, don't really give a fook.
It shot roight over t'hill, loike an alien or summint or summat! Roight fooken frit me.
by Alroight May 24, 2013