spat

  1. petty quarrel
  2. a cloth covering (a legging) that provides covering for the instep and ankles
  3. a young oyster or other bivalve

Spat

• (n.) A kind of short cloth or leather gaiter worn over the upper part of the shoe and fastened beneath the instep; -- chiefly in pl. • (n.) A legging; a gaiter. • imp. of Spit. • (n.) A light blow with something flat. • (v. i. & t.) To emit spawn; to emit, as spawn. • (n.) A young oyster or other bivalve mollusk, ......
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spat

(from the article `oyster`) ...of some species are released into the water before fertilization by the sperm; the eggs of others are fertilized within the female. The young are ...
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spat

noun a young oyster or other bivalve
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Spat

[unit] The spat (symbol sp), from the Latin Spatium (`Space`) is a unit of solid angle. 1 spat is equal to 4π steradians of solid angle. As such, it is the solid angle of a sphere. The spat is also an obsolete unit of distance used in astronomy. It is equal to one billion kilometres (1 Tm or 1012 m). It is about 1.057×10-4 light-years or ...
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Spat

Spat imperfect of Spit . [ Obsolete or R.]
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Spat

Spat intransitive verb & t. To emit spawn; to emit, as spawn.
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Spat

Spat noun [ From the root of spit ; hence, literally, that which is ejected.] A young oyster or other bivalve mollusk, both before and after it first becomes adherent, or such young, collectively.
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Spat

Spat transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Spatted ; present participle & verbal noun Spatting .] To slap, as with the open hand; to clap together; as the hands. [ Local, U.S.] « Little Isabel leaped up and down, spatting...
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spat

a quarrel about petty points
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spat

a quarrel about petty points
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spat

an informal unit of distance formerly used by astronomers. The spat is equal to the terameter (Tm, or 1012 meters). This is equivalent to about 6.6846 astronomical units. The origin of this usage is not clear; 'spat' may be an acronym for 'space unit' or 'space-time'.
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Spat

Spat was 1950's British slang for a filter-tipped cigarette.
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Spat

The long hair around a pony's fetlock, often extends to cover the feet, particularly of Fells and Dales.
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Spat

The stage in a mollusc's lifecycle in which it goes from being free swimming to attaching itself to a substrate.
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Spat

The stage in a mollusc`s lifecycle in which it goes from being free swimming to attaching itself to a substrate.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20740

spat

[n] - a cloth covering (a legging) that provides covering for the instep and ankles 2. [n] - a young oyster or other bivalve 3. [v] - come down like raindrops 4. [v] - become permanently attached, as of mollusks or oysters 5. [v] - strike with a sound like that of falling rain 6. [v] - engage in a brief and petty quarrel ...
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