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- proper n. A medieval English given name, short for Walter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Siamese temple or monastery.
- An obsolete or dialectal form of wot. See wit.
- Addicted to drinking; droughty.
- n. An old familiar name for a hare.
- n. A fellow.
- A dialectal form of wote for whote, a variant of hot.
- Certainly; indeed.
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The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog warns that increasing the number of tourists in Angkor Wat is bad for business
Angkor Wat is the most popular tourist site in Cambodia and is recognized as a World Heritage site.
He is called Wat, and he thinks himself a great charmer in the stables and kitchen.
Wat is this world turning in to or rather wat has it turned into????
He is called Wat and he thinks himself a great charmer in the stables and kitchen.
Straw in Wat Tyler, here raised, like Southey's drama, from the grave:
Southey's use of the phrase "inalienable freedom" in Wat Tyler is anachronistic.
Margie, her eyes fixed on Ginny's face, said Wat is dat?
Angkor Wat is certainly the most famous, the most photographed and the most visited, but a trip to Angkor is so much more that just that.
Contrary to popular belief, Angkor Wat is just one of the myriad temples that remain scattered throughout the jungle of Northwestern Cambodia, and not the city itself.