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A wat is a buddhist-temple in Thailand, Cambodia or Laos. The term is borrowed from Pali vatta "which goes on or is customary, i. e. duty, service, custom, ...

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Wat. A lightning talk by Gary Bernhardt from CodeMash 2012. The sarcasm in this talk does not represent anyone's actual opinion. For a more serious take on ...

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Wat definition, a Buddhist temple or monastery in Thailand or Cambodia. See more.

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Sep 14, 2011 ... Wat” is a variant of the English word “what” that is often used to express confusion or disgust, much like its better known acronym “WTF,” short ...

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The Web Accessibility Toolbar (WAT) has been developed to aid manual examination of web pages for a variety of aspects of accessibility. The toolbar provides ...

wat - Wiktionary

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From Middle Dutch wat, from Old Dutch wat, from Proto-Germanic *hwat, from Proto-Indo-European *kʷód, *kʷod, compare West Frisian wat, English what, ...