One of my favorite scrabble words because you don't need a "u" to use the "q".
(Law / Recreational Drugs) (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Plants) a variant spelling of khat
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kat or khat (kɑt)
the leaves of a SW Asian and African shrub, Catha edulis,
of the staff-tree family: chewed as a stimulant or made into a tea.
the shrub itself.
[1855–60; < Arabic qāt
Tomorrow's "q" word: quipper
The DH and I play "words that start with q" when we are on road trips.