Definition for qat (2 of 2)
or khat, qat
Origin of kat
Examples from the Web for qat
But qat is alien, both in the West and in China, and that makes it an easy target.
Some presenters claim that qat is like heroin, a depressant.
The handout paints a dire picture, but the qat users of Guangzhou are successful businessmen.
Despite its illegal status, as long as there is a demand for qat, someone in hypercapitalist China will sell it.
The qat growers—Yemen's national narcotic and biggest cash crop—want water that doesn't exist.
Qat's chief friend is Marawa, a spider, or a Vui in the shape of a spider.
Qat killed the foe and revived his brothers, as the sons of Cronus came forth alive from their father's maw.
In the Melanesian myth, dawn is cut out of the body of night by Qat, armed with a knife of red obsidian.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1|Andrew Lang
Then Qat divided them into pairs and called each pair husband and wife.
He likewise worked at them six days, beat his drum, and made them live, just as Qat did.