hat, chapeau, lid(noun)
headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
an informal term for a person's role
"he took off his politician's hat and talked frankly"
put on or wear a hat
"He was unsuitably hatted"
furnish with a hat
A covering for the head, often in the approximate form of a cone or a cylinder closed at its top end, and sometimes having a brim and other decoration.
A particular role or capacity that a person might fill.
Any receptacle from which numbers/names are pulled out in a lottery.
The lottery or draw itself.
We're both in the hat, let's hope we come up against each other.
Origin: From hātan.
sing. pres. of Hote to be called. Cf
a covering for the head; esp., one with a crown and brim, made of various materials, and worn by men or women for protecting the head from the sun or weather, or for ornament
Origin: [AS. ht, htt; akin to Dan. hat, Sw. hatt, Icel. hattr a hat, httr hood, D. hoed hat, G. hut, OHG. huot, and prob. to L. cassis helmet. 13. Cf. Hood.]
A hat is a head covering. It can be worn for protection against the elements, for ceremonial or religious reasons, for safety, or as a fashion accessory. In the past, hats were an indicator of social status. In the military, they may denote nationality, branch of service, rank and/or regiment.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
hat, n. a covering for the head, generally with crown and brim: the dignity of a cardinal, so named from his red hat.—v.t. to provide with, or cover with, a hat.—ns. Hat′band, the ribbon round a hat, often a mourning-band; Hat′-box, a box in which a hat is carried; Hat′-peg, -rack, -rail, -stand, &c., a contrivance on which hats are hung.—adj. Hat′ted, covered with a hat.—ns. Hat′ter, one who makes or sells hats: a miner who works by himself; Hat′ting, giving a hat; Hat′-trick, any conjurer's trick with a hat: a House of Commons mode of securing a seat by placing one's hat on it: in cricket, the feat of a bowler who takes three wickets by three successive balls—deserving a new hat.—Chimney-pot, Cocked, and Crushed hat (see Chimney, Cock, Crush).—Hang up one's hat (see Hang); Mad as a hatter, completely insane: very angry; Pass round the hat, to beg for contributions, to take up a collection. [A.S. hæt, Dan. hat.]
The New Hacker's Dictionary
Common (spoken) name for the circumflex (‘^’, ASCII 1011110) character. See ASCII for other synonyms.
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British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'HAT' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3360
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'HAT' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1991
Rank popularity for the word 'HAT' in Nouns Frequency: #1119
The numerical value of HAT in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of HAT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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Translations for HAT
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- başlıq, şlyapa, papaqAzerbaijani
- капялюш, шапкаBelarusian
- barret, capellCatalan, Valencian
- het, diddosbenWelsh
- hat, kasketDanish
- Mütze, HutGerman
- πίλος, καπέλοGreek
- hoedWestern Frisian
- adScottish Gaelic
- टोप, टोपीHindi
- chapoHaitian Creole
- höfuðfat, hatturIcelandic
- ハット, 帽子Japanese
- бөрік, бас киім, қалпақKazakh
- 모자, 帽子Korean
- баш кийим, шапке, шляпа, калпакKyrgyz
- galerum, galerus, mitellaLatin
- HuttLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- skrybėlė, kepurėLithuanian
- mice, platmale, cepureLatvian
- шапка, капаMacedonian
- topi, توڤيMalay
- pet, hoedDutch
- hatt, lueNorwegian
- chʼahNavajo, Navaho
- kłobuk, kapeluszPolish
- головной убор, шапка, шляпаRussian
- клобук, šapka, klobuk, шешир, šešir, шапкаSerbo-Croatian
- තොප්පියSinhala, Sinhalese
- katibaSouthern Sotho
- mössa, hattSwedish
- chapeo, kofiaSwahili
- குல்லா, தொப்பிTamil
- şapka, başlıkTurkish
- шапка, капелюхUkrainian
- nón, mũVietnamese
- קאַפּעליוש, הוטYiddish
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