EtymologyFrom hell + cat
- A violent person (esp. a woman).
ReferencesMerriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary: Tenth Edition (1997)
Hellcat can refer to the following:
- The F6F Hellcat was the primary United States Navy aircraft carrier fighter in the second half of World War II.
- The Grumman Hellcat, British name for the single-seat shipborne fighter above.
- The M18 Hellcat was a United States tank destroyer used in World War II.
- The Melling Hellcat is a supercar.
- Hellcat Records is a record label based in the U.S state of California.
- Hellcat (comics) is the code name of Patsy Walker, a fictional character in various comic books published by Marvel Comics.
- The Hellcat V medium fighter in the fictional universe of the Wing Commander computer game.
- "The Hellcat" - a nickname given to Mary Todd Lincoln.
- Hellcats are thorned, panther-like monstrosities in The Chronicles of Riddick
- Another name for the Giant Kitty from Making Fiends.
hellcat in Czech: Hellcat
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hellcat in Spanish: Hellcat
hellcat in Italian: Hellcat (disambigua)
hellcat in Japanese: ヘルキャット
hellcat in Polish: Hellcat
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