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khat

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khat

noun \ˈkät\

Definition of KHAT

:  a shrub (Catha edulis) of the staff-tree family cultivated in the Middle East and Africa for its leaves and buds that are the source of a habituating stimulant when chewed or used as a tea; also :  its leaves and buds

Variants of KHAT

khat also qat or kat \ˈkät\

Origin of KHAT

Arabic qāt
First Known Use: 1858

khat

noun    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of KHAT

:  a shrub (Catha edulis) cultivated in the Middle East and Africa for its leaves and buds that are the source of a habituating stimulant when chewed or used as a tea

Variants of KHAT

khat also kat or qat or quat \ˈkät\

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