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See also: fläta
- second-person singular present active imperative of flātō
Recorded since at least the 1960s, where it occurs in Haldo Gibson's slang dictionary. Probably derived from flat (“flat”), alluding to an unwomanly body shape.
- absolute singular definite and plural form of flat
Declension of flata
- Flata has previously been a highly offensive slur towards homosexual women, but has been used by the gay rights movement as a self-descriptive in order to reclaim and de-stigmatize the term. See also bög, "gay, fag, queer, poof".