- Abbreviation of Caterpillar. (Wiktionary)
“As an associate sponsor of the No. 31 Caterpillar Chevrolet, Cat Footwear hopes that the partnership between Caterpillar and Richard Childress will result in a winning season for Jeff Burton - and ultimately help get Cat® boots and shoes on the feet of even more racing fans.”
“The combination of the Celtic word "Cat" with the Saxon word "stane" may appear at first as an objection against the preceding idea of the origin and signification of the term Cat-stane.”
“And as far as general tastes in fic go, I used to be all slash all the time hence the username - Cat is short for my name, incidentally, and does not imply any sort of Oscar-style leanings on my part, but in the last couple of years I've been much more into reading and writing genfic.”
“For most people, the combo invites the label Cat Lady, says Christie Callan-Jones, a filmmaker.”
“Captain Cat is an old sailor and I'm sure he saved our ship somehow from destruction.”
“Mayday the Cat is the exception, being like family.”
“I think the movie version of "Cat" is non-sensical because who would say "No" to Liz Taylor and why?”
“Cat" is short for "catastrophe" and the bonds, mostly issued by insurance companies, give a far higher rate of return than any conventional corporate, bank or government investment.”
“For most people, the combo invites the label Cat Lady, says Christie Callan-Jones, a filmmaker. ”
“Elvis, the much-loved cat I had before I had the Evil Ninja Assassin Cat was a long-haired kitty.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Cat’.
Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
Some alternatives to calling it your 'stuff'.
I’m mostly thinking of fictional cats, and I hope to eventually import many (if not most) of the names from Wikipedia’s “List of Fictional Cats and Other Felines”. A few in their “List of actual ...
Looking for tweets for Cat.