qat

qat: see staff tree.
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Qat

QAT is an abbreviation for Quality and Testing
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qat

Evergreen shrub with white flowers belonging to the staff-tree family, native to Africa and Asia. The leaves are chewed as a mild narcotic drug in some Arab countries. Its use was banned in Somalia 1983. (Genus Catha edulis, family Celastraceae.)
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Qat

[deity] Qat (or Qet, Kpwet, Iqet, Ikpwet etc. – see below) is the principal god in the oral mythology of the Banks Islands, a small archipelago of northern Vanuatu, Melanesia. Although Qat was never formally worshipped as a deity, the folklore of these once animist populations traditionally referred, and still does, to Qat as the spirit t...
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qat

leaves chewed or brewed in tea as a stimulant
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