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Nat

Nat or NAT may refer to:

Contents

  • People 1
  • Entertainment 2
  • Society and culture 3
  • Commerce 4
  • Sports 5
  • Organizations 6
  • Science and technology 7
  • See also 8

People

  • Nat Wolff, lead singer for the TV series The Naked Brothers Band

"Nat" may be a diminutive for:

Entertainment

  • Nat (Wild Cards), a slang term from the novels referring to normal humans uninfected by the Wild Card virus
  • Nat Smurfling, a minor character in The Smurfs comics and animated series

Society and culture

  • Nat caste a nomadic Hindu caste found in North India
  • Nat (Muslim) a Muslim community found in North India
  • Nat (spirit), a Burmese spirit worshipped in Myanmar (Burma) in conjunction with Buddhism
  • National Actors Theatre, a company founded in 1991 by the late actor Tony Randall
  • North Atlantic Tracks, trans-Atlantic routes that stretch from the northeast of North America to the west of Ireland across the Atlantic Ocean

Commerce

Sports

  • Nat-trick (natural hat trick), when a player scores three goals consecutively in a single hockey game
  • National League of Major League Baseball, or a member team or player

Organizations

Science and technology

See also

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