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Definitions of gnat in various dictionaries:
noun - any of various small biting flies: midges
noun - (British usage) mosquito
Any of various small, biting, two-winged flies, such as a punkie or black fly.
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|Any of various small, biting, two-winged flies, such as a punkie or black fly.|
|a small two-winged fly that resembles a mosquito. Gnats include both biting and non-biting forms, and they typically form large swarms.|
|A small two-winged fly that resembles a mosquito. Gnats include both biting and non-biting forms, and they typically form large swarms.|
|any of various small biting flies: midges biting midges black flies sand flies|
|a very small flying insect that bites animals and people|
|a small flying insect that bites|
A gnat is any of many species of tiny flying insects in the dipterid suborder Nematocera, especially those in the families Mycetophilidae, Anisopodidae and Sciaridae. They can be both biting and non-biting. Most often they fly in large numbers, called clouds. "Gnat" is a loose descriptive category rather than a phylogenetic or other technical term, so there is no scientific consensus on what constitutes a gnat.|
* University of Kentucky entomologists consider only non-biting flies to be gnats, and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources of the University of NebraskaLincoln classifies fungus gnats and other non-biting flies as gnats. Certain universities also distinguish eye gnats: the Smithsonian Institution describes them as non-biting flies, no bigger than a few grains of salt, ... attracted to fluids secreted by your eyes.