Aghati means: A Mongolian word from Iraq meaning “sir”, or sometimes “my friend”. (in Community Dictionary, added by Hemeralopia)
What else does Aghati mean?
- An Iraqi term that is used to address one another respectfully by Baghdadis. The term is originally used to address one another by older ‘Old people’. This word could be compared to the Spanish Amigo in Baghdadi. Aghati is able to be used in three places: at the beginning, middle or end of sentences. The phrase has become more popular in Iraqi youths as they use it to make jokes, banter, and signify mutual understanding. Aghaati is a synonym for the word. (in Community Dictionary, added by Elizabeth Wallace)