Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of yat.

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Examples

  • The people lived chiefly on holcus, and a narcotic called "jat," made by pounding the tender twigs of a tree of the same name.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • The 62-year-old 'jat' leader, representing the caste that comprises around 22 per cent of the state population, will be Haryana's 21st chief minister.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Why should this be a surprise after all Mccain cheated on his first wife with his second wife then they were both caught with their hands in the cookie jat during Keating 5!

    32,000 Americans sign the complaint against John McCain breaking his own campaign finance law

  • The people lived chiefly on holcus, and a narcotic called “jat,” made by pounding the tender twigs of a tree of the same name.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • He had no doubt that the Yuiqueru Aniolo-jat would be cooperative in all aspects of realigning the social order on Fluva.

    Drowning World

  • Yess, a clever one, that Aniolo-jat, the AAnn officer reflected.

    Drowning World

  • As the wily Aniolo-jat had already pointed out, Commonwealth money and goods were too important to risk losing.

    Drowning World

  • The more she struggled to reconcile Aniolo-jat's seductive words with what she felt to be right, the harder the veins in her ears throbbed.

    Drowning World

  • She tried to convince herself that Aniolo-jat was right, that the Sakuntala had on this day decided on the correct course of action to ensure their control of their world far into the future.

    Drowning World

  • Using his tongue, Aniolo-jat snapped off a piece of huim and chewed it as he and his companion made their way across the swinging viaduct.

    Drowning World

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  • Tribe, caste, sect.

    April 26, 2008