Etymology
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splat (v.)

"to land with a smacking sound," 1897, probably of imitative origin. As a noun from 1958.

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Definitions of splat
1
splat (v.)
give off the sound of a bullet flattening on impact;
splat (v.)
split open and flatten for cooking;
splat fish over an open fire
splat (v.)
flatten on impact;
2
splat (n.)
a single splash;
he heard a splat as it hit the floor
splat (n.)
a slat of wood in the middle of the back of a straight chair;
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