What Does Gyatt Mean?
Gyatt is an exclamation of admiration or appreciation. It is pronounced "geeyat" and is generally held to be an abbreviation of the word "goddamn." It is an alternative spelling of gyat, used to express even more excitement on the part of the sender.
Gyatt was typically used by young men when commenting on the physical attributes of a girl or woman. However, it is now much more widely used. For example:
- Gyatt! Check out the shawty by the bar!
- Gyatt! What a goal!
- Gyatt, that pizza was tasty!
There is some debate as to who originally coined the term and where it was first used, but it is now widely used on all social media platforms, especially YouTube and TikTok. During the summer of 2022, Gyatt went viral on TikTok, with many videos attracting lots of comments.
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When I write GYATT, I mean this:
Gyatt is an abbreviation of "goddamn."
Summary of Key Points"Exclamation of Admiration or Appreciation" is the most common definition for GYATT on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
|Definition:||Exclamation of Admiration or Appreciation|
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An Academic Look at GYATTGyatt is a slang term. Slang is informal language that consists of words, phrases, and uses of language that are often restricted to a specific context or a particular group of users. Slang is not typically used in formal or professional settings.
Grammatically, gyatt is an interjection. Interjections are words used to express feeling or sudden emotion. They can be standalone or used as part of a sentence (usually at the start). An interjection can end in an exclamation mark to express a particularly strong feeling or emotion, but these are often omitted in text speak.
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