Where did that h/t come from? | Merriam-Webster
The Internet is not known for its good manners, but the barbarous hordes do not rule all. Along with the abundant anonymous nastiness there is also the genteel and unassuming abbreviation h/t (also styled HT or ht). It means "hat tip," and it harks back to a time when fedoras adorned not the heads of hipsters but those of fathers, husbands, brothers, and sons.
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