Origin of prat
Examples from the Web for prat
Coming out of the house, Prat stumbled over something lying in the garden.
I added that we might have lived better if Prat had not left behind at the Peren Colony the sack of beans and the canned goods.
Prat's horse was the only animal that jumped it without either falling with its fore feet or hind feet into it.
Grau was outmatched as hopelessly and made as brave a fight as Prat at Iquique.
But Prat was slain, and many another good warrior lay dead where our line had been.King Olaf's Kinsman|Charles Whistler
British Dictionary definitions for prat
Word Origin for prat
Word Origin and History for prat
"buttock," 1560s, criminals' slang, of unknown origin. Later in U.S. criminal slang, "hip pocket" (1914), and in British slang "contemptible person" (1968).