dat dat  /ˈdæt/


  • (n) a digital tape recording of sound


  1. Wipe dat smile offen his face! When the referee warned Baer for hitting low, he made a ludicrous bow.
  2. Dat tall tower reminds me of de Washin'ton monument; an' dat big ball reminds me.
  3. En dat in een westerse maatschappij.


  1. Who Dat? R.L. Thornton Freeway

    You see the name “R.L. Thornton” around Dallas a lot. He’s got not one, but two major rodways named after him, but who was the man behind the name? Find out in “Who Dat?”. …
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Nightcap TV

  2. Say Hello To The Porsche 911 GT3 And Its Bodacious Ass

    Welcome to Midnight Oil, where we keep you awake with pornographic images of cars that are sure to haunt your dreams. Some people say Porsche 911s are boring. I say pish tosh to them. Look at DAT ASSSSS. Luckily, friend of Jalopnik GF Williams knows just how great Porsches are and took this awesome pic. We're going to be featuring images from GF all week, so get ready for some truly pornographic ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Jalopnik

  3. Video: Miley Cyrus Twerks (Again) Onstage At House Of Blues

    You guys, Miley Cyrus loves to twerk. Like, she can't stop won't stop. After posting a video to her Facebook a few months ago of herself shakin' dat ass while rocking a unicorn onesie , she's now taken her act live: On Saturday night, she hopped onstage at a Juicy J concert at West Hollywood's House of Blues and just broke. It. Down. [ more › ]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: LAist


  1. "We played for so much more than ourselves - we played for our city," Brees said. "We played for the entire Gulf Coast region. We played for the entire 'Who Dat Nation.' "
    on Feb 7, 2010 By: Drew Brees Source: USA Today

  2. "That was my first time hearing it," said Hilliard, who now runs a regional energy services company based in Houma. "They were saying, 'Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say they're going to beat those 'Jacks.'"
    on Jan 12, 2010 By: Dalton Hilliard Source: NOLA.com

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