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I haven't seen the name Mikat in any Arabic or Islamic sources. Are you sure it is the correct pronounciation?
Maybe you meant Mishkat which means niche, a shallow recess in a wall that, in the Quranic verse (24:35), contains a lantern, a picture would make it clear:
However I have only seen the name Mishkat for girls, not for boys.
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