I thought katt was an "ett" word, probably because it ends in tt.
Why not a huge cat?
That'd be something more like jättestor, I think. Huge is bigger than big.
Doesnt this mean like "giant big"?
You can use jätte- before adjectives since it also means very
Stor would get -e ending when definite form show up. Am i missing sth?
"Den store katt".
-e is for definite forms only if they're masculine, afaik, but regardless, there's no definite in this sentence
No, not "Den store katt" , it would be, "Den stora katten."
You can can write 'store' instead of 'stora' in case of single masculine gender, but it is optional, not a common practice.
Den store mannen - The big man.
Alexander den Store - Alexander the Great.