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A wat is a monastery temple in Cambodia, Thailand or Laos.
Wat or WAT may also refer to:
- Wat Tyler (1341–1381), leader of the English Peasants' Revolt
- Wat Tyler Cluverius, Jr. (1874–1952), U.S. Navy admiral
- Wat T. Cluverius IV (1934–2010), American diplomat
- Watkin Wat Jones (1917–1994), Welsh cricketer
- Walter Scott of Harden (c.1563 – 1629), Scottish Border Reiver, known as "Auld Wat",
- Walter Scott (footballer) (1899–1989), Australian rules footballer nicknamed "Wat"
- Aleksander Wat (1900–1967), Polish poet, writer and art theoretician
- WaT, a Japanese pop duo
- WAT (album), a music album by Slovenian industrial/techno music group Laibach
- Wat (food) an Eritrean and Ethiopian stew
- IAAF World Athletics Tour, a tour of international track and field meeting
- Woordeboek van die Afrikaanse Taal, the largest descriptive Afrikaans dictionary
- West Africa Time, a time zone used in western and west-central Africa
- White adipose tissue, fatty tissue used for energy storage
- IATA code for Waterford Airport
- National Rail code for London Waterloo station, London, England
- Wendover Arm Trust, a charitable body with the aim of restoring the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal, England
- Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA), (formerly Williamsburg Areat Transport (WAT))
- Windows Activation Technologies, an anti-piracy feature in Windows 7
- Without a Trace, a television show
- World Association Training
- WATS (disambiguation)
- Watt (disambiguation)
- Watts (disambiguation)
- Wot (disambiguation)
- What (disambiguation)
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