What Does GTOG Mean?

GTOG means "Got To Go." The abbreviation GTG means someone has to leave immediately. GTG implies a sense of urgency, suggesting they are already late.


Summary of Key Points

"Got to Go" is the most common definition for GTOG on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Got to Go
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Image for GTOG

When I write GTOG, I mean this:

meaning of GTOG
GTOG means someone has to leave.


Examples of GTOG in Sentences

Here are examples of GTOG being used in conversations:
  • Simon: I'm not saying your perfume is too strong. I'm just saying the canary was alive before you got here.
  • Kay: Ha ha. Anyway, I've GTOG, before I split my sides laughing.
  • Don: Can you give me a lift to the station?
  • Helen: Sorry. I've GTOG. I'm already late for the dentist.

An Academic Look at GTOG

GTOG is an abbreviation of the phrase "(I have) got to go." As it is pronounced using its individual letters (i.e., "Gee Tee Oh Gee"), GTOG is classified as an initialism abbreviation.

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "I'm in a hurry" or "must dash" instead of using GTOG.

Example of GTOG Used in a Text


See Also

G2F (Got To Fly) G2G (Got To Go) G2R (Got To Run) GGN (Gotta Go Now) GGOH (Gotta Get Outta Here) GR (Gotta Run) GTG (Got To Go) GTGG (Got To Get Going) GTOG (Got To Go) IGTG (I've Got To Go) N2G (Need To Go) LATERS ()