Other Origin(s):Hebrew
Meaning:Kinsman, companion; Winepress
If you’re a lover of short, three-letter names but want something more unique than Tom, Zac, or Jon, then perhaps Gat could be a contender. An English boy’s name, Gat’s roots most likely lay in the last name Gatlin. It is thought to derive from the Old English term gædeling, which translates to “kinsman” or, in modern times, “companion.” Gat may also refer to the title Gath, which was one of the five royal Philistine cities in the Hebrew Bible and means “winepress.” Whether you want baby to connect to your faith or to be a good friend to all, Gat is a great inspiration.

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