The word chata can mean a lot of things, depending on the context in which it is used. It can be used to refer to someone who is talkative, or it could be a term of endearment. It can also be used to describe something that is attractive.
In Mexican slang, the name Chata means flat nose. It is a very common female name that is sometimes shortened to Chita or Chato.
It is derived from the Sanskrit word chada, which means light or splendor. It is also a form of the Latin word platus, which means flat. It is a common word in Spanish as well, and it can be used to describe something that is pretty or nice.
Other definitions of chata include:
- (F) A ceiling, awning, or canopy; a covering or overlay in general (of cloth, planks, chunam, etc); a tent. - (H) An air, way, cast, or character; a peculiar style or manner of speaking, thinking, or judging. - (F) A taste, tincture, or smack; a virtuous reflection.
The feminine name Chata is also spelled as Chada or Chaya. It can also be written in Egyptian hieroglyphs as tet-chad or t-chat. To see a hieroglyph of the name and learn about its meaning, visit the Chata Hieroglyphics page. To fingerspell the name Chata in American Sign Language, see the Chata ASL Fingerspelling Diagram page. You can also see the name Chata in nautical flags on the Chata Nautical Flags page.